ABOUT TIGER TOPS
Tiger Tops epitomizes luxury and safari-style travel in Nepal. Entwined within the eco- tourism development narrative of Nepal, Tiger Tops is renowned for being the pioneer conservation company. As a family business, our staff become an integral part of the team, as do our resident herd of elephants. Learn more about the Tiger Tops story by following the links below.
From day one over fifty years ago, Tiger Tops has been synonomous with conservation and over the years our core ethos of responsible tourism has stood us in good stead. We are a family-run business and many of our staff have been with us all their working lives. Promoting conservation awareness is top of our list and in tandem with this, all four of our properties strive to make the least possible impact on the surrounding environment. We want to ensure our legacy is sustainable and we know that education is key to this.READ MORE HERE >>
Nepal first opened to foreign visitors in 1951. Shortly afterwards, in the early Sixties, two Texan adventurers, Toddy Lee Wynne and Herb Klein, fell in love with Chitwan National Park and decided to build a small lodge on stilts which they named Tiger Tops. The first visitors arrived on elephant back in 1965 and by 1972 new owners, A.V.Jim Edwards and Dr Chuck McDougal, were at the helm.READ MORE HERE >>
Meet the staff
The staff at Tiger Tops is what makes our company the enduring success that it is today; No one has a more intimate knowledge of wildlife then our naturalists who were born, raised and trained amongst nature. Many of our staff have been with Tiger Tops for generations, their skills and understanding of the jungle and wildlife, passed down from their fathers and grandfathers. Now we invite you to meet our staff and read their incredible stories as one of the Tiger Tops family.READ MORE HERE >>