5 Reasons to experience the Monsoon at Taj Safari Meghauli Serai
India, 18 June 2019: In the heart of the famous Chitwan National Park, tucked away in the wilderness of Nepal, the Monsoon is nothing short of a magical experience at Taj Safari’s Meghauli Serai, a luxurious hidden jungle resort overlooking River Rapti. While there’s never a bad time to head for a family trip to one of the best Wildlife viewing National Parks in Asia, here are 5 reasons for doing so this Monsoon:
Located in the heart of the Chitwan National Park, this gorgeous yet rustic retreat offers a luxurious base for launching a visit into the wildlife. It makes for the perfect birders’ paradise, the park is also famous for its success in conservation of the rare Greater One-horned Rhinoceros. Monsoon brings out the refreshing side of the park with wild animals meandering near the borderline of the enclosure.
2. A Local Luxe Affair:
This beautiful lodge on the banks of the meandering Rapti River offers the Taj group’s signature luxury amid the splendor of Nepal’s most famous jungle reserve. Private, isolated and specially designed for wildlife enthusiasts, this resort offers 1 luxurious Presidential Suite, 16 independent villas with private plunge pools, and 13 contemporary rooms, where guests are often treated to stunning sightings while they enjoy a dip in the resort’s shimmering infinity pool or sip cocktails at the outdoor restaurant overlooking the water.
3. Rapti River:
The onset of monsoon transforms River Rapti into a beholding sight. The rippling waters of the river set a spectacular sight from the villas of Meghauli Serai. Canoeing through the river Rapti is a must when in Chitwan.
4. Jeep and Walking Jungle Safaris:
Chitwan National Park is home to the Great Hornbill, Ruddy Shelduck, and approximately 68 species of mammals. Opt for a jeep or walking safari with their trained naturalists and witness elephants, one horned rhinoceros, spotted and hog deer and many other exotic animals in their monsoon glory. These jeep and walking safaris provide the most exquisite jungle experiences as they wade you through the heart of the jungle.
5. Chitwan National Park –
UNESCO World Heritage Site: A dramatic landscape of dense Sal groves, thick grasslands and meandering water bodies, Chitwan is Nepal’s first national park. It is a world heritage site and home to 120 Bengal tigers, sloth bears, leopards, elephants and one-horned rhinos. Meghauli Serai is the sole lodge in all Chitwan that allows its guests to walk inside the forest!
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Meghauli Serai resort owned by CG Hospitality and managed by Taj Safari limited is a luxurious hidden jungle resort overlooks river Rapti to face Chitwan National Park in central Nepal. The Park, a world heritage site, is one of the best wildlife viewing national parks in Asia. Taj Safari Meghauli Serai has been awarded as the Best Wildlife Resort/Hotel in Nepal and Best Wildlife Resort/Hotel in South Asia in South Asian Travel Awards 2018.