A classy permanent camp in a blissful and very remote jungle/river setting on the banks of the beautiful Seti River. Theoretically, you could get here by means of a 4WD vehicle on a very rough jungle track. Each of the safari-style tents has proper beds, a verandah, and is en suite (ish). There's a restaurant/bar area, and with the sounds of the jungle to keep you company, it's quite the experience sitting by the camp fire at night and appreciating the solitude, but with comfort! So, really, the way to get here is by rafting down the Seti River, and what a beautiful rafting experience it is too. From the put-in point, it is mostly pleasant flat water paddling through a very remote landscape, where colourful kingfishers can be spotted, followed by a little excitement with some rapids just before you reach camp. Continue rafting down the Seti, where after another section of rapids the road is reached, and from here you can be in Chitwan later the same day. It certainly beats travelling to Chitwan by road!