Hotel Rainforest

Sauraha, Chitwan District, Nepal | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located in Sauraha.
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Travel Blogs from Sauraha

Week 2: Pokhara & Chitwan Safari

A travel blog entry by danmottau on Jul 21, 2014

4 comments, 16 photos

... felt immediately sick to the stomach and turned the other way. I couldn't bring myself to take any photos of these beautiful animals in this environment. It was simply heart breaking. It also appeared that, when the riders felt no tourists were watching or around, they would hit the elephants in the neck and head dozens of times with bamboo sticks. No element of the operation was dedicated to elephant well-being and care. It was purely designed to cater to the needs of the ...

Weekend in Chitwan National Park

A travel blog entry by eacharron on Jun 30, 2014

12 comments, 10 photos

... pick up dirt, water, and grass and cover themselves with these. I read somewhere that these elephants cover their skin pores with dirt in order to prevent bug bites. Oh I forgot to mention that all of us had broke more than a sweat at this point, I mean sorry this may be gross but I'm not kidding when I say we were all sweating buckets everywhere, trying to be discreet since everyone was still a little new to each other. After watching these magnificent elephants we kept ...

Chitwan Safari

A travel blog entry by thepoonanns on May 17, 2014

17 photos

... of Sauraha. The town centre was dead, not a tourist in site yet so many places open for business, it actually was quite a sad sight to see. The night was spent watching a traditional 'Tharu' dance which I thought was going to be incredibly boring but turned out to be really interesting. There was an even split of male and female performers who demonstrated acts such as their harvesting or war dance. Really worthwhile watching, especially to see a 6ft man stay in a squat position for ...


A travel blog entry by diberry on Apr 18, 2014

22 photos

... tour, which was fine by me. It was nice to see all the elephants who were enjoying throwing dried mud all over themselves. I told my guide that I needed a pharmacy and he arranged for someone to take me there in a jeep which was great. I told the pharmacist that I’d had constant diarrhoea for a week and she got some antibiotics out of a box, gave me enough for 5 days plus some anti-inflammatories and off I went – all for 3! Hopefully they’ll kick in soon!


Birthplace of the Buddha

A travel blog entry by hannah.1991 on Mar 23, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... The place was decorated with coloured flags which represent the '5' elements - blue is the sky, white is water, green is the earth, red is fire and yellow is air. Whilst looking around a monk stopped me and tied some gold string around my wrist whilst chanting so now I am blessed! You are supposed to keep it on for 21 days for good luck. I could've stayed there all day but we had to get on to our next destination. It was several hours drive ...