Kasara Jungle Resort

Chitwan National Park

Nepal

Kasara Jungle Resort lies on the borders of Nepal’s Chitwan National Park and offers simple luxury in a lush jungle environment. Visitors can enjoy delectable fresh food, a variety of adventure activities, close interaction with local people and culture and a true jungle experience with our expert naturalists on our elephant, canoe and jeep safaris. A relaxing spa to re-energise and de-stress, or a morning yoga and meditation session can add to a therapeutic holiday experience. The exterior and interior décor of the resort is seamless with the natural environment, owing to the use of natural wood, local materials and subtle shades.
  • Elephant safaris; elephant experience; canoe rides; jungle walks; bird watching; Tharu cultural dance; ox cart village tour; visit to the crocodile breeding centre; jeep safari; cycling; private events; corporate retreats and conferences. The resort also organises a Wildlife and Nature Photography Contest. 
  • Kasara has 35 upscale deluxe rooms that provide bathroom with indoor and outdoor space and a private water garden courtyard. The two-family rooms are twostoried private residential areas each with a private plunge pool and balcony with a forest view
  • Guests can expect tasty food made from locally sourced produce. Kasara offers fine dining, a bar and lounge, 50 different labels of wine and a main café open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Kasara has an in-house farm, where organic fruits and vegetables are grown and sourced fresh to the kitchen. 
  • Open all through the year.
  • Nearest airport - Bharatpur Airport (19 km) 
    Nearest railhead - N/A 
    Nearest entry gate - Kasara Headquarter (15 minutes)
  • Children of all ages are welcome. Cookouts are organised for young guests. Provisions for children 4 years and below are complimentary without extra bed. Children between 5-12 years will be charged as per policy.
  • From £231 From price based on lowest category room per night. Enquire direct to get full range of pricing and to book.
  • In-house lodge naturalist
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Swimming pool
  • Wifi access

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Chitwan National Park

World famous as one of the first parks to see tigers regularly in the 1970’s, the rich biodiversity of Chitwan National Park has earned its status as a World Heritage Site as one of the last surviving examples of the natural ecosystems of the Terai region. It was the country’s first National Park declared in 1973 and also holds within its boundary a Ramsar Wetland site, the Beezashari Lake. It is a treasure trove for nature enthusiasts and an early pioneer in some of the best practices Read more>>

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