Gaida Wildlife Camp: "Go there for the jungle activities" Royal Chitwan Hotel Tip by josephescu
Royal Chitwan Hotels: 15 reviews and 25 photos
In practice, I’ve chosen one of the most visible Chitwan resorts on the internet – Gaida wildlife camp. Cosy cottages spread along narrow alleys in a park with nice views on the shores of a small river arm, friendly but excessively polite staff (but not at all pushy), delicious meals and quiet atmosphere.
2 nights meaning 2,5 days full of activities from sunrise to sunset, meals included, for 250 USD. You can also opt to extend your stay a few more days, if time allows.
Unique Qualities: I expected Chitwan and its resorts to be packed with tourists and some organised tours, so I reserved while back home. But to my personal comfort and probably to the one of the wildlife too, there were only very few tourists during Christmas 2006, so we could enjoy all those beauties only for ourselves, in a typically selfish manner.
With the tourist numbers so low, be sure to ask beforehand if there are any discounts, or accept and pay the price in full (as I did), and comfort yourself with the idea of a tax for the pollution you made a month before at home.
Comparison: about average
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