Indian Unicorn Hunting – Pokhara, Nepal (unicorn in nepal, price of new unicorn in nepal)


A TripAdvisor™ TripWow video of a travel blog to Nepal, Nepal by TravelPod blogger Arikandcharis. See this TripWow and more at Indian Unicorn Hunting “The student strike ended so we were finally able to catch the early bus from Pokhara to Chitwan National Park. The bus station for Chitwan Park is a dusty lot in the middle of nowhere. Only a few buses arrive each day, but there is always an army of taxi and hotel touts ready to pounce. In fact, this was one of the most aggressive hotel tout scenes we’d seen. As the pros we are (ha!) we managed to break away and find a taxi willing to take us to our hotel of choice. One poor Chinese man had about 7 touts all yelling at him at the same time. He genuinely wanted to hear about each hotel but they would all yell at the same time so he’d spend 3 seconds listening to each person, which made it look like he was watching ping-pong as his attention bounced from one tout to the next. The town beside the park is very small (2 blocks of “downtown”) and very relaxed. The streets have more elephants, horses, and camels then cars. For lunch we decided to enjoy a plate of Tibetan momos and watch the elephants stroll by. After lunch we did the normal tour agency troll, checking to see who has the best deal. We came to Chitwan for one reason, to see wild One Horned Rhinos (aka Rhinocerous Unicorous) and ride an elephant. It seemed like a morning elephant safari would be the best option, so we booked one. At 7am the

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