Spread over twelve hectares, the lodge offers 35 deluxe boutique guest rooms, built as individual and two-in-one private villas. Each room opens to a private balcony from which the green canopies of Chitwan and waters of Rapti send a blissful aroma throughout the day.
Standalone cottages bear a whiff of austere Tharu Culture; our rooms speak volumes about our pledge to offer luxury in an ecological way! Each guest room features a décor with a blend of contemporary and traditional Nepali furnishings, indigenous elements such as used wood, bamboo, elephant grass and animal arts and crafts.
The lodge provides a multi-cuisine culinary experience enhanced with organically grown healthy products. We serve Continental and authentic Indo-Nepalese cuisines. We also welcome a la carte choices. The scrumptious taste of organic and assorted grains from home-grown fields and home-made pickles lingers on your taste buds.
The Tiger’s Den bar has been environed in a way that nature can be felt more closely and deeply. A very well equipped bar that serves a selection of spirits- aperitif, wines and liqueurs.
The evenings are filled with lively performances by the locals. Colorfully dressed Tharu girls and boys exhibit their culture through dance and music performances forming a rhythm that will get you shaking a leg with them. We also offer juggling and flaming performances upon request.
In-room services and amenities: Spacious bathroom with cubical shower room or bathtub; Private balconies with panoramic views of the river and National Park; Wildlife-inspired décor and artifacts; Daily HK service; Shaver outlet & adaptors; Laundry service; Individual climate controlled inverter air-conditioning & overhead fans; 32” LCD television with satellite connection
Elephant Briefing: Barahi Jungle Lodge has four pampered and obedient elephants. We try to get you acquainted with these gentle giants by sharing relevant information, helping you feed and mount them using techniques of a Mahout. You may also go for an Elephant Bathing Session.
Nature Walks: Early morning and evening nature walks into the Chitwan National Park, when our Naturalists proactively interpret the forests.
Canoeing: Narayani, Rapti and Reu River merge to form Narayani River a few kilometers away from Barahi Jungle Lodge. Set sail early morning to see gharials and pelicans go about their day.
Elephant Safari: The forest gets friendlier when you ride on an elephant. Naturalists and you together try to spot maximum possible birds and animals in the dense forests.
Cultural Performance: Tharu Dance is an eclectic way of expressing the significance of festivals, fields and a united community. They perform for you at the lodge in the evenings.
Bullock Cart Village Visit: Opt for a bullock cart ride to experience the life of locals in a village of Andrauli. This is a cultural trip emphasizing on the know-how of centuries old traditions and skills that simplify the life of Tharu people and how they have developed without disturbing the balance of nature and culture.
Jeep Safari: Our Naturalist would drive you into the core area of Chitwan National Park where you would get fair chances to spot various birds and animals in their natural habitat.