Taj Meghauli Serai, a peaceful jungle lodge, perched on the edge of the world-famous Chitwan National Park, which boasts over 570 square miles of forests and is home to an amazing array of wildlife, elephants, leopards, rhinos, tigers and sloths. For those looking to be at the heart of the action, Taj Meghauli Sera is certainly the place to be, offering a wide range of exciting wildlife encounters. Accommodation is offered in a choice of spacious rooms, luxury villas and a spectacular Presidential Suite; every room is guaranteed to provide a serene getaway. After wildlife watching with a dedicated nature guide, guests can enjoy bush dinners around a bonfire, sundowners in the wilderness and relaxing massages to top off amazing days.
Location: Set on the banks of the Rapti River, the Taj Meghauli Serai offers beautiful, dramatic landscapes and some of the best wildlife-viewing opportunities in the world, making it a highly sought-after destination.
Service: Taj Safaris is renowned for offering their guests unique wildlife experiences coupled with outstanding personalized service, creating the feeling of living in nature’s lap.
History: Established back in 1973, Chitwan National Park was Nepal’s first national park and - thanks to its rich array of flora and fauna and the opportunity to see rare animals - it was granted the status of World Heritage Site 11 years later.
These lovely contemporary rooms open up to balconies overlooking the Himalayas and the Terai grasslands below.
Offering the best views of the Rapti River, staying in the luxurious presidential suite means enjoyment of the private deck and plunge Pool.
These luxury villas come with private plunge pools overlooking the Rapti River, creating a calm sanctuary in in the heart of the jungle.
Need a way to occupy the little ones while out on safari? The fun play area for children is the perfect way to keep them entertained and stimulated all day long.Children of all ages can also enjoy taking part in the Wild [email protected] programmes.
To kickstart the day, guests can pay a visit to the hotel's fitness center, a modern facility which offers the latest equipment for a truly invigorating workout in a serene setting.
When it’s time to relax, there is nowhere better than the Jiva Spa and massage rooms, offering ayurvedic massage, as well as many other indulgent spa treatments.
The hotel's sole kitchen abides by an "anywhere, anytime dining" philosophy, meaning dinner is dished up in all sorts of exciting settings - the middle of the jungle, for instance. Guests can sample a varied selection of Asian and European dishes from a menu inspired by Nepal's ethnic groups.
Dishes at Taj Meghauli Serai are crafted with ingredients plucked from both the hotel's own organic gardens and local farms, making each meal a celebration of the great outdoors. Dishes include fish, Sherpa lamb, and pizza topped with yak cheese and water buffalo meat.
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