Just THE perfect spot to enjoy Bardia National Park and the surroudings. Gaulthier the owner is kind, attentive and knows a lot about the area. The food was great, freshly cooked and always tasty. The room was clean and very comfy (huge bathroom with running hot water).
We spend 2 days in the jungle and 2 days walking around the villages and learning about the Tharu culture. All for a very affordable price !
Thanks again Gaulthier and your team for your warm welcome and the quality of our stay with you !
Charline and Matt
An oasis of peace, good room and fantastic food. Going into the park ll bring you one of the best memory of your life. The owner Gauthier do his best to help you discover , those wonderfull village...A paradise out of our daily routine, nepal have a lot to offer you more than the usual tour. Bardia is a point
We stayed here for almost a week and it is the kind of place you want to spend more time. We had been to Nepal before and after we found out that very few people were visiting because of the fear of the earthquake damage, we decided to go again. Instead of trekking, for which we didn't have sufficient time and perhaps stamina as well, we decided to go to Bardia. It is an unspoiled place. we were drown by the wildlife and of course that is what we went for. We saw a tiger, which is a magnificent animal and an experience you never forget. We had enough time to make a lot of pretty good pictures. Although there are less rhino than tigers in Bardia, they are easier to spot. We saw 8 rhinos during our stay, including one at the river nearby the resort on our final evening there. There is every opportunity to go for different kind of activities. We chose to visit the blackbuck area. Unfortunately, it was a bad time for the dolphins, but that may very well be different some other time. The manager is well informed whether they are in the neighborhood.
Next to the wildlife, you get to know the Tharu people here. You might think like us that Nepali are Hindu or Buddhist people but in this part of the country, they have their own customs and habits. It is very interesting to get to meet this cultural part of Nepal. And the manager will make that happen for you.
The cabins are lovely and there is ample room to sit down in a beautiful garden with a cup of tea and a book in the garden on a hot afternoon. Things do get hot in Bardia but it is not humid, so it is bearable and the mornings and evenings are cooler.
I have to put this post! I stayed almost a week there and it was the best room, the best food and the most friendly people in all the accommodations i stayed in in Nepal. I visited the park and the villages around. The thing is, to enjoy it at the fullest you have to visit the villages and see how the people live. A few days living at the rhythm of the village. I had a wonderful time visiting a traditional home and cycling in the villages. Best place for me to get away from the hassle of towns and get to see something different. And it's so relaxing. The restaurant is great and airy +the banana with rum is a must eat. My room was elegant, the floor is made with mud. It feels great. Good bathroom too. I wish i had stayed there for my entire stay in Nepal.
Situated on the side of river bank with typical traditional Tharu style interior! Hat's off, made me feel like I was in the different world(heaven). Hygienic food, clean room, open bar, friendly staffs what else would u ask . Super place to be ...