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Kasara resort is a harmonious blend of nature and modernity to offer simple luxury in a lush, natural setting in the exhilarating Chitwan National Park.

Guests can connect with the surroundings through a seamless blend of indoor and outdoor space. The use of natural wood, subtle shades and chic interior adds to the unique chic.

The Essence of Kasara

KASARA Resort, an oasis of simple luxury in nature. KASARA is located on the borders of Chitwan National park, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The essence of Kasara’s design is a blend of simple luxury in a lush and natural jungle environment. We are proud to be able to offer this unique choice in the Chitwan National Park area, the country’s most visited national park.
With that in mind, Kasara offers comfortably appointed rooms that are generous in size and experience, carefully prepared fresh food, a range of healthy activities in a tranquil and inspiring environment, meaningful interaction with local culture that provides knowledge; an experience that the guest can take way with them. And naturally, to continue the great tradition of safaris in our oldest national park, a true jungle experience with our expert naturalists on our elephants, canoes, and jeeps.

Chitwan National Park

Established in 1973, Chitwan National Park is Nepal’s first National Park. Located in south central Nepal in the Terai, Nepal’s subtropical lowlands, the park covers an area of 932 km2 . Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1983, the park proudly houses a rich variety of flora and fauna.

Chitwan National Park is one of the best places in the world to observe and study a wide array of rare bird species. In addition to an abundance of resident species, many types of migrating birds arrive at Kasara in the winter from places as far as Siberia and beyond.


Yogashala Meditation Hall
Souvenir shop
Ayurvedic Spa
The Jungle Café
Multicuisine Restaurant
Conference Hall
Watering Hole Bar
Swimming Pool

Weather & CLothing


Months Climate
Mar – May Warm weather with cool evenings
Jun – Sept Rainy and humid
Oct – Feb Cold nights and warm days



  • Light cotton trousers
  • Cotton shorts
  • Light cotton shirts
  • Cotton socks
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Sandals
  • Shower-proof rain jacket /windbreaker
  • Sunhat
  • Sunglasses


  • Woolen hat
  • Scarf and Gloves
  • Jackets
*Please avoid bright and flashy clothing while going on safaris. Practical Colors to wear while on the safaris are khaki, beige and bottle green in all seasons.


From Kathmandu to Chitwan (Bharatpur) : 139 KM
By land: 6 hrs | By air: 20 minutes
(Bharatpur Airport) From Bharatpur Airport to Kasara Resort 18km drive

139 KM

From Kathmandu to Chitwan (Bharatpur)

6 Hrs

By land

20 Min

By Air

139 KM

From Kathmandu to Chitwan (Bharatpur)
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