Nepal as a country best known for its mountains, the lowland Terai in the form of national parks and wildlife reserves, which remains as some of the finest wildlife and bird heaven not only on the subcontinent but also popular in the world.
Therefore your visit to Nepal will not be completed without a visit to Chitwan. The name Chitwan means "Heart of The Jungle", because of its dense forests and wild animals. Chitwan is not just the name of a national park but also of the Surrounding Dun Valley also known as Inner Terai and administrative district. Chitwan not just the wildlife but also famous for pilgrimage to Devghat at the confluence of Kali, Seti and Trishuli River where since ancient age hermitage have been coming to meditate. Many Hindu people think that Devghat is a great and holy place to end the life.
Eden jungle resort was established in 1986. It is located in Sauraha village nearby Government Elephant Stable and National Park Entrance. The resort is built in Chitwan's typical style and modern building equipped with all the modern facilities. Surrounding area is full of shady garden. We serve delicious continental, Indian, Chinese and Nepali food; most of the vegetables are grown in our own fully organic garden. Our clean standard rooms and 24 hours running hot water allow you to relax after a busy day in the park and nearby community forests.
Chitwan national park has long been one of the country treasures of natural wonders. The park is situated in south central Nepal, covering 932 sq. km. Chitwan valley consists of tropical and subtropical forests such as Sal forests, Riverine forests and Grassland. Sal forests cover 70 percent of the park. Sal leaves are used locally for plates in festivals and religious offerings. The area was known as "Four Mile Forest" and a hunting reserve for big game hunting until 1951. In 1963, the area south of the Rapti River was demarcated as rhinoceros sanctuary. The area was gazetted as the country's first national park in 1973. Recognizing its unique ecosystem of international significance, UNESCO declared Chitwan national park a world heritage site in 1984.
The park is home for more than 50 mammals' species, over 500 birds and 55 amphibians and reptiles. The endangered animals found in the park are: One Horned Rhinoceros, Gaur, Royal Bengal Tiger, Wild Elephant, Four horned Antelope, Pangolin, Golden Monitor lizard, Python etc. Birds include Bengal Florican, Giant Hornbill, Black Stork, White Stork etc.
Jungle Walk: you get best animals sightings on foot at your own pace. You will be able to appreciate the smaller attractions of the jungleRead More
Chitwan national park is known as a paradise for birds and birdwatchers. Chitwan valley records over 500 species of birds.Read More
Jeep Safari: a jeep safari is the fastest way to explore wide area of the park. A whole 4-hours drive takes about 45 km in the park passing throughRead More
Culture Dance: After a day, full of wild encounters, you will enjoy the culture evening with Tharu Folk songs and dance performance by the Tharu peopleRead More
Canoe trip: a float down to river by dugout canoe is the best way to see crocodiles basking at the river bank. It is also a relaxing way to watchRead More
Elephant Bath: On the middle of the day riding on the bare back of the elephant & go to the Rapti River. Swimming and washing them is great funRead More