Mumbai: Meghauli Serai – A Taj Safari Lodge at Chitwan National Park has been named one of Robb Report’s 2017 ‘Best of the Best’ winners. The 29th annual ‘Best of the Best’ Awards, spotlights more than 150 brands across the luxury sector, across the globe. Meghauli Serai has been selected as a winner of the Journeys category, in the Adventure Lodge subcategory, revealed in the June 2017 issue of Robb Report’s US edition.
Nestled on the banks of the Rapti river, Meghauli Serai offers spectacular views of the park across the river from its 30 rooms and suites. From its 13 well-appointed rooms that offer elevated views over the jungle-scape to the 16 independent villas each with their own private plunge pools and the plush Rapti Mahal presidential suite, the lodge takes local traditions to a luxurious setting. Meghauli Serai has incorporated local hues into its design and operations for truly sustainable touches. Renowned for its protection of one-horned rhinos, the Royal Bengal tiger and gharial, interpretive wildlife experiences allow guests to discover and enjoy the stunning natural beauty of Nepal. From jungle walks which give a whole new perspective on jungle life to Canoeing on the Rapti river or trekking through the awe-inspiring Himalayan foothills, this unique lodge has everything which will satisfy adventure-seekers.
“We are delighted to be recognized by Robb Report as one of the ‘Best of the Best’ in the world for luxury travel. The Taj group has a pioneering reputation for creating destinations and we are very proud that Taj Safaris’ Meghauli Serai at Chitwan National Park has made its mark in offering a unique experience; which is rooted in local wildlife and community. The spectacular setting of the lodge makes it a must visit destination for discovering Nepal’s rich natural heritage,” said Rohit Khosla, Sr. Vice President – Operations, Taj Hotels Palaces Resorts Safaris
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