Kathmandu | Tata-owned Taj Group has entered Nepal’s tourism sector as it has taken up management of a high-end luxury resort in Chitwan National Park. Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces has tied up with Chaudhary Group’s CG Hotels and Resorts owned by Nepalese billionaire Binod Chaudhary to start the Meghauli Safari resort.
The international standard jungle resort has been opened in the vicinity of thefamous Chitwan National Park wildlife sanctuary with CG Hotels investing USD 7 million in the project which started operations on April 1.
We have brought Meghauli Safari into operation with the hope that Nepal can attract high class international visitors, said Rahul Chaudhary, CEO, CG Hotels and Resorts. Chitwan, situated 150 kms southwest of Kathmandu, is Nepal’s leading tiger reserve where rare and endangered wildlife including one-horned rhinos, crocodiles and dolphins are found.
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