Unique Wild Resort - INTRODUCTION
About Unique Wild Resort, Worried about malaria? No,Chitwan was declared malaria-free in 1960.You will see another visage of Nepal in this unique wild world. Excitement rises high in its wilderness. Who knows, may be you are only the fortunate generation to see the last surviving Great Asian One Horned Rhinoceros ,elusive Royal Bengal Tiger, sloth bears, leopards, Gaur, Sambar, Spotted dee, the endangered Ghariala and Marsh Magar and rich bird life.To make your wildest dreams come true, awaits you in Chitwan National Park UNIQUE WILD RESORT with all comforts but in agreement with local tradition. Where hospitality is not a profession but a tradition. Thatched-roof bungalows have spacious twin-bedded rooms, attached bathroom with 24 hours running hot and cold water facilities. A temple-like roundhouse right in the front of bungalows serves as dinning hall. Our trained and experienced chef prepares for you delicious Nepali, Indian, Chinese and continental dishes. We use potash or chlorine-treated water for cooking. The roundhouse also offers a small but beautiful bar stocked with local and imported liquors.
More than a resort, we are a complete safari operation. You can track the animals from the top of our elephants or take jeep or go on foot with our skilled nature guide to explore the flora and fauna of Chitwan National Park. A traditional dug out canoe ride in search of Gharials and other aquatic life is simply great. Focus with your binoculars the amazing bird life of Chitwan. Chitwan is abundant with more than 460 different species of residential and migratory birds. Enjoy a cultural tour to the village of Tharu people, whose lifestyles has roots in an ethno-botany culture. This brings you back to human civilization of 100 years ago. You can take an elusive ox-cart ride to the elephant breeding farm where you will have opportunity to see how elephants mate, how pregnant females are nursed, how newly born babies are reared, trained and tamed.
People spend months in tranquil atmosphere of Chitwan but a minimum of 3-days stay is essential. Do include Chitwan National Park on your travel program to Nepal and do remember us there to make your trip success.
In the UNIQUE WILD RESORT, you will feel at home even though you are away from home. People say we are hospitable. But this is our nature.
Chitwan is within easy access. From Kathmandu or Pokhara you can drive 5 hours or take a rafting trip down Trishuli River concluding in Chitwan .For travelers entering Nepal overland from India via Sunauli.or Birganj or Kakabhitta, its better to stop at Chitwan instead making straight for Kathmandu .Chitwan is also accessible by a half-hour flight from Kathmandu.
WHAT TO BRING
Chitwan has a tropical monsoon climate with high humidity through out the year. In coldest winter (December -January), the temperature falls to 2 or 3 degree celsius at night and warm clothing is essential but surprisingly days are warm with temperatures ranging from 15 to 20 degree celsius. It is very hot and humid in May and June and one may feel like throwing clothes off. One should be very cautious with choice of colors of cloths. Green, blue or dark colored cloths (with long sleeves and full-length trousers) are recommended while you are in jungle safari excursions. Sun hats, sunglasses, sunscreen lotion, insect repellents, flashlights, and good walking shoes are other needs. In the rainy season July, August and September, a raincoat is a must. Binoculars and some reference books on Chitwan's flora and fauna will be an advantage.