Hotel Global Pvt. Ltd.

 
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Hotel Global

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A short two minutes drive from Bharatpur airport and 5 minutes drive from Narayanghat city.

Hotel Global is perfect destination for foreigners, travellers and holiday seekers with luxurious accommodation and peaceful environment in the heart of Bharatpur, Chitwan. It has occupied more than 35 ropani land.

Hotel Facilities

All rooms are idividually air-conditioned, furnished, with service of telephone and T.V. with multichannel system and aa attached bathroom with a bath tub with hot and cold water facilities.

  1. Air Conditioned Restaurant and Bar
  2. Swimming Pool
  3. Air Conditioned Banquets, Conference Facilities
  4. Manicured Lawn for outdoor parties
  5. Laundry Service
  6. Travel Desk
  7. Vehicle on hire
  8. Doctor on call
  9. Digital Telephone for Internal and International calls
  10. Internet, E-mail and Computer available
  11. Jungle Safari
  12. Enough parking space.

About Nepal

About Nepal About Nepal About Nepal About Nepal

The Himalayan Kingdom of Nepal is situated along the southern slopes of the Himalayan mountain range. It is situated between the 26012' and 30027' latitude lines and the 800 4' and 880 12' longitude lines, between India and Tibet (the Peoples Republic of China). Spanning an area of 147,181 esq. it extends roughly 900 km east to west and 150-200 km from north to south.

Topographically the country varies from the world's deepest gorge 'Kali-Gandaki' to Mount Everest, the highest point on Earth. Nepal contains some of the most rugged and inaccessible mountainous terrain in the world; approximately 75 percent of the country is home to the Himalayas mountain range.

The North-East part of the country is crowned by 8 of the world's 10 highest mountains. The Terai belt, along the southern border, is Nepal's only area of flat, low land. Nepal's landscape compresses lush tropical and arctic tundra into an amazingly small space. The country can be roughly divided into 3 geographical regions, each with a distinctive natural and cultural flare. The local environment, people, economy, customs and culture vary widely throughout Nepal.

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Chitwan National Park

About Chitwan National Park About Chitwan National Park About Chitwan National Park

Formerly the Chitwan valley was well known over the world as one of the most famous places in Asia for wildlife, as it was covered with dense forest. There were a few scattered settlements of the ethnic Tharu people who were the original inhabitants and had some resistance to the deadly malaria. Between 1846 and 1950 Chitwan valley was completely wild, and well known as a hunting reserve of the Rana dynasty, as Jung Bahadur Rana had declared the Rhinoceros a royal game animal.

The Ranas used to invite the royalty and VIP's from different parts of the world, (Great Britain, USA and India) to take part in the hunting which was organized on a magnificent scale. Before 1950 the diverse habitats of Chitwan were less disturbed because of the presence of malaria. But all this changed in 1960 when the malaria eradication program came into effect. Two thirds of the forest was lost and mammals such as the swamp deer and water buffalo were completely wiped out, while the numbers of rhino and four-horned antelope were dramatically reduced. The settlers cleared the forest and starting farming the fertile land. The name Chitwan has several possible origins, but the most likely one is the junction of two Nepalese words 'Chit' or 'Chita' meaning the heart and 'wan' or 'ban' meaning the jungle...

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