Hotel’s in Nepal’s Safari Park resumes operation

30th Nov, 2017 | Tourism Mail Crew

CHITWAN, Nov 30: The devastating flooding in Nepal’s Safari Park threw the operation of hotels out of track some months ago but now it is back to its track with all the hotels and the restaurants resuming their service.

All the restaurants and hotels undaunted by the floods in Rapti river have restored their service after the repairmen works of about 3 months.

With the restoration and the start of the season the number of tourists in the park has increased. Tourists arriving in the park are seen to be busy taking selfies, spend time on the embankments of rivers and the dusk.

“An estimated 300 million rupees has been spent to restore the infra and to start the operation,” Restaurant and Bar Association Nepal’s Regional President Gokarna Giri said.

The embankment of the Rapti river is the most favored and the busiest area in the Safari Park of Nepal. The flood some three months ago destroyed properties worth millions of Sauraha Beach Restaurant, Rapti Beach Restaurant, Sunset View Restaurant, Rapti Restaurant, Central Beach, Topten Restaurant, Tiffin House Restaurant and River Beach Restaurant.

There are about 60 Restaurants and 110 hotels in Sauraha.