Sarapduli forest lodge
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Sarapduli forest lodge





Description

The southernmost ridge of Sarapduli Forest Lodge houses the Bijrani and Malani forest rest houses. As the tourists move on the northern side of the northern ridge, they would come across a road running through the reserve forest area. The southernmost ridge houses the rest houses of Loha Chaur, Rathuadab and Mundiapani, This forest road bounces from the Vatanvasa gate at the western extreme straight into the Durgadevi gate between Mohan and Marchula in the east.
This rest house lies on the Dhangarhi-Dhikala road. It is located downstream of Gairal on the flat southern bank of the Ramganga while the opposite northern bank rises steeply to a ridge. Movement of large mammals (tiger, elephant included) is quite high at Sarapduli. It is also a good place to see crocodiles and also good for birdwatching. It is preferred by wildlife lover as here one can spot movements of large mammals including tiger and elephants. 


Attractions

There is the list of hotels which offer photographs, brochures and several other types of promotional materials, as a result of which you will get through some of the best and real time options to spend your time in the Sarapduli area. You can go through the information updates on the accommodation from authorities of the park. It is also quite necessary that you confirm and check the reliable ways which would you meet along in the right way and in the right direction.


Facilities

The resort is accessed by Dhangarhi gate of the park. Wildlife enthusiasts might get disheartened with the fact that there are not many arrangement of vehicles taking them to the resort. Tourists need to make their own vehicle arrangement. Even, the resort doesn't serve any food, and wildlife travellers have to arrange their food. It is advised to bring foods from nearby forest resorts or lodges.


Prohibitions at Sarpduli FRH

Alcohol and non-vegetarian food not allowed. All your personal and non-biodegradable remains like tin cans, plastic, glass bottles, metal foils etc. should be put into a carry bag and you should dispose it off in a proper manner. Make sure that you check with the authorities on the restrictions. You should not be able to make any crossover to break the rules and regulations which affect the flora or fauna species of region.