About Hotel Parkside

Hotel Parkside at Sauraha (Chitwan National Park – Nepal)? Hotel Parkside is situated near the main entrance of the Chitwan National Park. It is run by a private family. Hotel Parkside is equipped with solar panels, all rooms are well furnished. Around the hotel is a nice, green garden.Hotel Parkside has a tranquil roof terrace with views overlooking the National Park, rice fields and beyond to the Annapurna range and

How to get there

From Kathmandu or Pokhara it is a 4 to 5 hour drive by tourist bus or local transportation, to the last bus stop Sauraha Bus Park where our hotel staff will wait for you. If you take public transportation to Tandi (Sauraha Chowk) our staff can pick you up from there as well and bring you to the hotel. Another option is a 25 minutes flight from Kathmandu to Bharatpur.

The Experiences

Culture Show Gain some insight into the traditional life of the Tharu people with this unique and very entertaining, professionally presented evening performance. Listen to Tharu songs, watch their dances, see their traditional costumes and be enthused by the rhythm of the drums. Amazing what these young men and women can do with sticks and fire! Stick Dance is means not only dancing but its have one history about this

Rooms

Standard Room

Deluxe Room
Super Deluxe Room

Our CSR Projects

Social Projects Hotel Parkside is not only doing business but is also doing its part to help society.? We are running or supporting different kinds of projects that help improve the standard of living for women, men and children around Chitwan National Park. Your stay at Hotel Parkside helps to support our community.   Thank you for your contribution to our village! Our projects Elephant Dung Paper Every elephant produces

Good people with good hearts

The hotel itself is quite big and the park is really worth a jungle walk! Be sure to bring mosquito repellent 🙂 the people there are very friendly and will happily play a game of badminton or volleyball with you, the guides know their stuff as they grew up in the jungle and the hotel is working together with several volunteering programs, trying to help their local community . These people want to help their fellow man and woman and many westerners could learn something from them!! Go here 🙂 i would advise bringing loads of pens for the local children

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Stayed: February 2018, traveled solo
Good people with good hearts