Gaida Wildlife Camp - INTRODUCTION
Gaida Wildlife Camp borders the Rhino (our namesake) Zone in the central area of Royal Chitwan National Park. Guests on elephant-back safari quite often see as many as 10 to 15 rhinos. Gaida Lodge overlooks the river that serves as the parks natural boundary. Views from your bungalow window can include any of the mammals and birds that make their home in the park.
Reputed as one of the best managed Jungle Safari Resorts of Nepal, Gaida boasts of having two facilities; the Luxury Lodge and the outdoor Jungle Camp located within the central area of the park. Staffed by competent and dedicated professionals, Gaida offers an unusual setting and unique opportunity to observe wildlife from a close range.
Incentive Programs for tour groups, special interest tours, agencies and companies can be handled for up to 120 people. Please inquire for more information.
Flight - A 15 minute flight from Kathmandu to the Bharatpur airport in Chitwan followed by a drive of about 40 minutes is one of the popular ways to arrive at Gaida.
Road - A scenic and enjoyable access to Gaida is by road. The four hour country drive on the Prithvi Highway following the beautiful Trishuli river is a very rewarding experience. The drive through small villages, seeing people of diverse ethnic origins and terraced fields, presents an enchanting scene.
Raft - A raft trip of varying lengths on the Gandaki, Trishuli or Narayani rivers followed by a short drive escorted by Gaida representatives to the Gaida Jungle Lodge & Camp is another popular means to get the resort.