World Rhino Day!

Today is World Rhinoceros Day – an opportunity to reflect upon conservation efforts and raise awareness about these magnificent jungle creatures. In recent years there has been an increase in the population of greater one-horned rhinos (also known as Indian rhinos) in Chitwan and Bardia National Parks, Nepal. Chitwan National Park in fact...

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Walking with Elephants (Day 2)

The morning began early at 3am, as it will for the next three weeks, to ensure the elephants are moved in maximum safety and comfort. Danbar, one of Tiger Tops longest working naturalists, explained how this enables the elephants to escape the heat and the traffic, while giving them time enough to rest, feed and bathe before dark. Once...

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Walking with Elephants (Day 1)

The Mesmerising Magic Begins Very few of us are as well acquainted with elephants as Kristjan and Tim Edwards, the two brothers of Nepal’s pioneer eco-tourism company, Tiger Tops. When us ordinary folk have the opportunity to do something extraordinary and follow Tim’s journey as he moves three elephants from Tiger Tops Jungle Lodge to...

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Envisioning. Growing. Eating.

Tiger Tops are excited to be expanding our sustainable organic farms at Karnali and Tharu Lodges, to become the first self-sufficient safari resort in Nepal. Headed by Australian Conservation Biologist, Soorya Koch, we are envisioning a large organic farm that will supply the produce for 80-120 guests and staff at Karnali. Our menus will...

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Handcrafted signature pieces to adorn Tiger Tops interiors

During the monsoon season, Tiger Tops has been making a fresh start. Led by Danish interior decorator, Mette Otzen, we have been renovating our lodges and designing unique handcrafted furniture and accessories to adorn the interiors. With a flare for incorporating local aesthetics with contemporary design, Mette has been working on a few...

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