Amaltari in Nawalpur district is a famous destination for observing wildlife and Tharu and Bote culture. The village lies in Kawasoti Municipality-15. There are 212 houses of Tharu, Bote and Musahar castes in the village in buffer zone of Chitwan National Park.
Elephant safaris, jeep safaris, Ox safaris, boating in Narayani, Tharu Museum visit, fishing in the pond, bird watching can be enjoyed in the nearby community forest while staying at Baghkhor village. In addition, taste of Tharu and Bote communities dishes is offered and cultural programs are performed in the village.
More than half a dozen hotels and resorts have been opened in the village. A community homestay has been operating in Baghkhor since 19 May, 2013. There are 124 beds in 31 houses of Tharu and Bote communities. A separate building has been constructed to accommodate the guests. Guests are served local dishes, while the Tharu and Bote dances are performed at the community building in the evening. Handicrafts, wooden art of animals including rhinoceros and elephant including Anadi rice, turmeric, seasonal vegetables etc. are souvenir of Amaltari.
Kathmandu-Amaltari is 185 km takes 5 hours by bus. Or Kathmandu-Bharatpur is 18 minute flight. Bharatpur-Amaltari is 42 km. Amaltari 7 km south of Danda Bazaar via Kawasoti. Local buses are available from Danda Bazaar.