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One of the best thing of Sauraha is ' Chitwan Tharu Village' - Where Cultural meets with Wild Animals. - People Lifestyle. - Relationship between people and Wild Animals. - Cultural. - Festival. - Language. - Dress. - Marriage Ceremony. -Breeding...more
It is a village located at the edge of Chitwan National Park in Sauraha. You experience the very old village life style of the people here and their homes are also made of such structure. Most of the homes are made of sand. You must...More
I love their way of living, balancing nature and traditional habits of living. But things have changed, modernisation has badly affected the lifestyle of people. However, I love to go on a traditional cycle to explore Tharu Homes, meet them and learn about their culture....More
I went with my teenage sons. Our guide helped us understand the ethnic history of this area and the Tharu people. The museum was very basic but informative, and worth seeing if you're in the area with a little free time. Feels respectful to learn...More
My fiancee and I took a trip to the Tharu village while staying at the Sapana Lodge and had the opportunity to cook and eat a meal with a Tharu family (including their potent rice wine). This was a great experience and was followed up...More
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prakash1988, Owner at Chitwan Tharu Village, responded to this reviewResponded 16 May 2018
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We visited this village on the way to the river and I felt uncomfortable with the whole experience. The children wanted photos taken so they could see themselves and followed us through the village. The villagers seemed to get on with whatever they were doing...More
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Hi Jen, I have been to Chitwan twice, staying at a resort in Sauraha on one side of the Rapti River. Opposite is the National Park. I highly recommend Jungle Safari Resort and my wonderful guide Narayan Adhikari. Last... More
Hi Jen, I have been to Chitwan twice, staying at a resort in Sauraha on one side of the Rapti River. Opposite is the National Park. I highly recommend Jungle Safari Resort and my wonderful guide Narayan Adhikari. Last year's earthquake hit 30 mins after my arrival from Kathmandu and one day after I finished trekking in the Everest region. I was lucky.
I spent extra time here and bought gifts for my guides young children. I always take books and stories of Australian animals when I travel as gifts for children I meet along the way. I was surprised to find a small shop selling balls, pencils, books and some toys in Sauraha and I did buy things for the children. Such excitement when I invited them to choose a gift. You will have the most AMAZING time here and in the other places you are visiting.