It’s time to take a look beyond the jungle into the world of luxury at Barahi Jungle lodge.
Where is this luxury Barahi Jungle Lodge?
The natural Nepalese beauty exists from the moment you arrive.
Home, sweet, home on the river Rapti.
No plastics allowed at Barahi Jungle Lodge
The beauty of Barahi Jungle Lodge
The fine food and beverages at Barahi Jungle Lodge.
When you consider how far away you are, you’ll be truly surprised at the delicious culinary delights that come out of this kitchen. Now you will have to preorder your meals as the kitchen is teeny tiny and they do only cook to order. This reduces food wastage and ensures that the kitchen staff aren’t flustered, when there are many diners around. Now if you’re like me and forget to order food you will get a phone call from the Food & Beverage Manager double checking that you are felling ok and checking what you would like for your next meal.
I tried all the dishes on offer, the Nepalese, the Indian and the Western styled food. Including a vegetarian option. Each meal you have in the dining room is three courses – a soup, a main dish and a dessert. For someone who eats like a bird it’s a lot of food to get through. At no point was I ever left wanting more food, after I had eaten. As the food is cooked on demand for you there’s no issues if you are vegetarian, LOW FODMAP or coeliac. The team here can create you a wonderful meal no matter what your food issues might be.
Sadly I didn’t get to try the breakfast buffet as each morning my beautiful naturalist Anuja and I were out exploring and ate on the way. But seriously the food that they sent with us was some of the best I had in Nepal.
What to wear when you’re experiencing sensual luxury at the Barahi Jungle Lodge.
Nepal is a rather conservative country. With many of the staff being Tharu and Nepalese you’ll want to show a little bit of respect in your outfit choices. Just as importantly you will want to be comfortable. No matter what time of year you decide to visit the lodge you’ll be wanting:
A good pair of hiking boots for your Jungle walk.
A relaxing dress for time spent by the pool.
A soft shirt to cover up, just incase the mosquitoes decide to come and nibble on you late at night.
A large sunhat, cause no body has time for sunburn when relacing by the pool.
Sunglasses so you can see the tigers when you’re on a Jeep safari.
Should you stay at Barahi Jungle Lodge?
Yes. Don’t forget to let me know how much fun you had at the Barahi Jungle Lodge.
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