Baghmara Wildlife Resort : Hotel in Chitwan Nepal
Baghmara Wildlife Resort, famous hotel in Chitwan Nepal, is located on the banks of Budhi Rapti River in an isolated Northern vicinity of Chitwan National Park. The atmosphere is quiet and peaceful, where you can relax on your balcony, by the swimming pool, or at the terrace pub and bar. We host a variety of jungle activities within walking distances being conveniently located. Our personal guide will walk you through the program at your arrival. Hence, Baghmara Wildlife Resort will provide you with a perfect base from which to start your adventure in Chitwan National Park. We boast to be the first resort in Chitwan, Sauraha, which offers luxury accommodation with modern amenities. Probably the best hotel in Chitwan Nepal.
- Baghmara Wildlife Resort is a stone throw away from Chitwan National Park.
- Resort is located 0.1 meters from Park Entrance, Elephant Ride Spot and 0.2 meters from Canoe Start Point.
Chitwan National Park
Nepal’s largest National Park is situated 162 km south of Kathmandu in the lowlands of the inner Terai. It covers an area of 937 sq km. The park includes hilly areas covered by deciduous sal forest. One fifth of the park is made up of the floodplains of Narayani, Rapti and the Reurivers and is covered by dense tall elephant grass interspersed with riverine forests of silk, cotton, acacia, and sisam trees. This ecologicaly diverse area is a heaven of a wide variety of flora & fauna.
This is the last remaining home in Nepal for the Asian One-horned Rhino, rare Royal Bengal Tiger, leopard, varieties of deer, sloth bear, rhesus and langoor monkey, wild boar, blue cow, wild dogs, jackals, civets, mongoose, wild cats and snakes (Cobra, Krait and Viper.) The rivers and lakes are home for crocodiles (Marsh Magar and Gharial) and the extraordinary gangetic dolphins.
Late King Mahendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev had hunted Royal Bengal Tiger in this forest since then this forest is well known as Baghmara (Tiger Hunted) forest.
Chitwan is also a bird-watchers delight with more than four hundred migrants and local species birds recorded. There are cormorants, herons, egrets, storks, cranes, ducks, woodpeckers, hawks, osprey, falcons, kestrel, parakeets, ibis, kites, cuckoos, kingfishers, swallows, orioles, drongos, babblers, flycatchers, and many others.
- The park includes hilly areas covered by deciduous Sal forest.
- This is the last remaining home in Nepal for the Asian One-horned Rhino