Tiger Tops Karnali Lodge

Bardia National Park

Nepal

Tiger Tops Karnali Lodge helped put Bardia National Park on the wildlife map many years ago and today continues to offer the same warm Nepalese hospitality in a beautiful setting, nature’s home to its array of creatures great and small. The lodge embraces a strong local identity in its design, adopting traditional building techniques and drawing inspiration from the local Tharu culture. Getting to observe and know the resident domesticated elephants - their daily routine and distinct personalities - and engaging with their mahouts is an experience not to be missed. The lodge has been cultivating and expanding its organic vegetable farm and is close to self-sufficiency, providing an abundant array of fresh fruit and vegetables for you to enjoy during your stay.
  • Jeep and river safari inside the National Park; nature walks; bird watching; organic farm visit; river rafting in Bheri or Karnali Rivers to spot the rare river dolphins; and golden mahseer angling.
  • There are 21 very comfortable en suite rooms, 9 signature rooms and 12 traditional rooms with a mixture of local Tharu and contemporary furnishings. 
  • The organic farm’s freshly harvested produce is used to cook up delicious Nepalese, South Asian and Mediterranean fusion cuisines. The bar will serve up some exotic cocktails. 
  • Open all through the year.
  • Nearest airport - Nepalgunj (90 km) 
    Nearest park gate - Bardia (4 km)
  • Children of all ages are welcome and the staff will take care of all the activity planning for them.  
  • From £39 From price based on lowest category room per night. Enquire direct to get full range of pricing and to book.
  • In-house lodge naturalist
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Wheelchair access
  • Wifi access

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Bardia National Park

You can saunter around the woodland forests, riverbanks and hills of the Bardia National Park perched on elephant back or enjoy the real privilege of walking with expert naturalists in this beautiful region, little visited in comparison with the better known Chitwan National Park nearer Kathmandu. Bardia, along with the adjoining Banke National Park, forms a continuous Protected Area network of over 2,231 square kilometres and is home to an increasing population of the Royal Bengal tiger Read more>>

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