The serene blend of artistic modernity in perfect harmony with nature in the aesthetics of Kasara allows you to rejuvenate and relax.
Kasara is more than your usual jungle resort. Situated at Pathihani in Chitwan, adjacent to the Community Buffer Zone and Chitwan National Park, this retreat is a lot closer to nature than you think. Its close proximity to the surrounding nature and the earthy ambience of the place itself give you a sense of calmness and excitement the moment you enter its premises.
The lush green landscaping and gravel path leads you to an impressive spacious lobby facing a water body where you are greeted with warm smiles, a refreshing drink, a wet towel, and keys to your villas.
There are 35 deluxe villas, each with a comfortable king-sized or twin sharing bed and a small private water garden. The lobby's roof and a portion of the bathroom in each villa are open. There are two family villas, each with three bedrooms, its own plunge pool, and a kitchen.
The décor is stylish but minimalistic and contemporary, in tune with the natural surroundings and reminding you of their proximity to nature. The bathroom space complements the natural beauty aesthetically. The rooms are large and well-appointed with modern amenities. Interestingly, there are no televisions in any of the villas because the resort wants its guests to focus solely on the natural surroundings.
Kasara's accommodations provide everything you need for a comfortable stay—a comforting space where you can relax and rejuvenate while also ensuring that after the most exciting jungle activities, you can return to a very comfortable bed and a good night's sleep.
Kasara offers a variety of ways for the adventurer in you to immerse yourself in an authentic wildlife experience. The naturalists at the resort, who are all experts at spotting animals, lead Jeep safaris, bird watching, and jungle walks. They will not only point out sun-bathing gharials but also tell you the names and characteristics of Chakhewa and other birds just a few metres away from the endangered animals.
You can also go canoeing if you want to get closer to the crocodiles. Evenings can be spent learning about Tharu culture through village walks, cycling, and cultural events. One of the best aspects of the resort is that most of the staff is local, giving you the added benefit of learning about their customs.
After all the excitement, you can return to the resort for a spa or massage to relax and calm yourself. After an exciting day in the wilderness, a session with their trained massage therapist will help you rejuvenate. Kasara also has a meditation hall surrounded by lush greenery where you can meditate and soak in the refreshing vibe of the surroundings, which can aid in your well-being.
Kasara's culinary experience is another highlight, with a spectacular range of continental, Pan-Asian, and Nepali dishes available in buffets and on an à la carte menu to suit every taste. You can savour the variety of tasty delicacies prepared by Kasara’s chef and his kitchen team while admiring the tranquil view of lush gardens and the pool, trade stories, and meeting guests from different regions of the world.
The bar above the dining hall serves the best wines and drinks, putting you in the perfect mood to share the day's adventures. The bar has a nice view of the surrounding community forest and is an excellent place to watch the sunset over an eventful day with sundowners and Good Company.
The serene blend of artistic modernity in perfect harmony with nature in the aesthetics of Kasara allows you to rejuvenate and relax. Here, you can spend time closer to nature and reflect on fulfilling your inner happiness.
Visit Kasara for a closer experience of the wonders of the natural world.