Taj Safaris’ Meghauli Serai Jungle Lodge at Chitwan National Park – Part II

In my last post, I talked about my visit to Taj Safaris’ Meghauli Serai Jungle Lodge at Chitwan National Park. The post was just an introduction of the delightful Lodge and the Park.

Here I give you a glimpse of the interiors. How much care has gone into every detailing – the color of the Lodge, the artefacts, the landscape and everything else.

Local meets luxury at Meghauli Serai

From its 13 rooms that offer elevated views over the jungle-scape to the 16 independent villas, each with their own private plunge pools and the plush RaptiMahal 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.

Have a look at my pictures:


Bed In My Villa. Notice the painting on the wall done by local artist depicting village life !


Jewels worn by local ladies have been framed to adorn the walls !


A view of the Bath Outdoor Area


Look at the beautiful Lobby!


A Closer Look At The Artefacts inspired by local arts & crafts


Me happy in natural surroundings of The Lodge

Note : A joint venture between Taj Hotels, Resorts and Palaces and ‘&Beyond’ offers guests with the ultimate interpretive wildlife experience, based on a proven sustainable ecotourism model. & Beyond’s collaboration with Taj Hotels rests on decades of expertise in operating luxury jungle safari lodges offering unique wildlife experiences, coupled with legendary service in hospitality. The first lodge in this circuit, MahuaKothi, opened for guests on 1st November 2006; after which three more lodges were added to the portfolio, Baghvan—Pench National Park, PashanGarh – Panna National Park andBanjaarTola – Kanha National Park, which completed the tiger circuit on 18th February 2009.

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