CHITWAN NATIONAL PARK
Meghauli Serai at a glance
- Chitwan supports one of the highest population of the endangered One Horned Rhinoceros in the Indian subcontinent
- Over 550 species of birds
- 68 species of mammals
- 126 species of fish
56 species of amphibians and reptiles
- Lodge is located on the banks of the River Rapti
- Excellent sightings of
Rhino and Gharial from the property
- Over 600 species of birds
- Wide choice of Jungle activities - elephant back
safaris, walking safaris, jeep safaris and canoeing on the Rapti river
- Taj trained hospitality staff and trained naturalists
Overlooking the core zone of the Chitwan National Park
Taj Safaris expands
their footprint, from the tiger heartland in Central India to the "Heart of the Jungle" in Nepal. The legendary Taj Safaris continues the wildlife journey
with its newest Jungle lodge in the iconic Chitwan National Park, Nepal.
About Meghauli Serai
Perched on the edge of the Rapti river and the world famous Chitwan National
Park, the riverside villas and river view rooms invite you to a serene getaway where the days are curated to thrill you with wildlife encounters and the
nights are full of carefully planned surprises.
Experience the legendary Taj Safaris hospitality with bush dinners around the crackling bonfire,
sundowners in the wilderness, romantic bath turn downs, relaxing massages after a day spent in the great outdoor with a dedicated nature guide who interprets
the wild ways of this enchanting land.
Explore the heart of the Jungle when you stay at the Presidential Suite, Rapti Mahal with spectacular views of
the Rapti River, Private viewing deck and plunge pool or the 16 Luxury Rapti Villas drenched in pastel hues, create a calming sanctuary in the heart of the
jungle. Each villa features spacious living areas with great views of the Rapti River and the National Park. With private plunge pools in every suite and
luxurious 5 fixture bathrooms adorned with traditional Nepalese stone spouts , you are tempted to while away your afternoon listening to the rhythm of the
Those looking for more contemporary stay options can opt for the impeccable Meghauli rooms with quirky rhino motifs that open up to
balconies overlooking the Himalayas and the Terai grasslands below.
About Chitwan National Park Chitwan or "Heart of the
jungle" is famous as one of the best wildlife-viewing national parks in Asia and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1984. Located in the Terai
lowlands of Nepal; a mere 20 minute flight from the Kathmandu international airport. The park is famous for its success in conservation of the rare and
endangered Greater One-horned Rhinoceros. From about 3000 animals of the species remaining in the wild; 605 are in Chitwan alone; affording excellent
photographic opportunities to visitors.
Meet this magnificent animal and a host of other creatures namely tiger, leopard, sloth bear and the unusual
looking Gharial (crocodile) which is endemic to the Indian subcontinent. An elephant back safari will reveal the beautiful Hog deer hidden away among the
Elephant grass: one of the tallest grass in the world standing at 4 meters! The excitement continues with a bird count of 543 making Chitwan National Park a
nature lovers' delight.