Serenity, Safari and Adventure

20 years experience in Jungle Safari, Since 1994

Accomodation

From unique traditional home to tent in garden, our different accommodation options will provide you with the most authentic experience possible and will always reflect the local character and spirit of your  stay with us.

Built just like a traditional house, the rooms are named after the animals you are likely to see in the national park. Charming, we provide all that you need for a comfortable stay. The decoration is simple, the rooms are functional and all the beds are supplied with mosquito nets. These aren’t needed for the cooler months between November and February though. In the local, traditional style, the walls are constructed from reed and bamboo, covered with a layer of mud and dung and topped with a traditional thatched roof.

 

STANDARD ROOM – IN THARU STYLE

Like a traditional house and simply decorated in a Tharu style, the rooms are spacious and privately located to ensure a quiet night of sleep. Our standard rooms give the authentic tharu feeling while sleeping under the thatched roof and enjoying the view of local surrounding fields while taking your shower. From this outside living area you can enjoy the view of the forest hideaway garden.

Content of room:

  • Sitting area
  • Table and Fan
  • Clothes Hanger
  • One  double and One single bed
  • Private bathroom with shower & washbasin.

 

 

DELUXE ROOM – IN THARU STYLE

Our deluxe rooms are large and privately set to ensure a peaceful setting in the forest. These rooms are newly constructed, semi concrete , well carpeted with the mixture of tharu and modern art. The rooms are installed with modern appliances and facilities to make your stay as comfortable as possible.

 

Content of room:

  • Sitting area
  • King size or two single size beds
  • Table and Fan
  • Clothes Hanger
  • Private bathroom with shower & washbasin.

 

Tharu Style Resort:

Known as ‘Tharu’, the indigenous people of the western lowlands of Nepal live in close harmony with nature. The local community depends on the forest and rivers for their survival and livelihood and still lives as they have done for generations. In keeping with this rural way of life, Forest Hideaway provides accommodation from budget to deluxe, in traditional clay and timber cottages with grass thatch roofing and indigenous décor.

The hotel contains a library, bar and restaurant offering a set buffet or appetizing a la carte menu. All this is situated within a beautiful garden.

Forest Hideaway Hotel & Cottages provides a relaxed setting from which to explore the pristine conservation area that is Bardia National Park.

Electricity has reached Bardia recently. We have added generator to produce electricity in case of power cut. Or guests are provided hot shower heated with solar system during the day and hot water bottle during the night.

WALKING SAFARI

Walking in allows you to explore the rich diversity of the jungle, grasslands and rivers. This is the best way to see wildlife and nature close up. Your guide can give you in-depth information on the habitats you pass through, details of the plant and animal life you encounter and will brief you on general tracking tips.

BIRD WATCHING TOUR

Explore the community forest, river habitats and open water areas to see the wide range of varieties of birds. Bird watching is best done on foot for the least disturbance, but you can take a jeep safari or drift down the Karnali River for sightings of the many river birds. Our well-trained guides can help identify the different varieties of resident and migratory birds encountered.

THARU CULTURAL PROGRAM

This essentially dances performed by local Tharu dance troupes and is a highlight of any visit to Forest Hideaway. You will see the colorful dances with traditional costumes and music.

FISHING TOUR

The Karnali River is one of the longest Himalayan river of mid-west Nepal famous for fishing game. A good habitat of great fish like the mahseer, you can go fishing with good fishing equipment. The best time for fishing is generally October to April.

FROM THE BLOG

This year I had my most amazing jungle safari in Nepal going around Bardia National Park as a part of market research, feasibility study and safari holidays.

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