NEED TO KNOW
The Tiger Tops reservation team is here to make your stay in Nepal and our Lodges as smooth and enjoyable as possible. Below you will find information and handy tips to assist you while preparing your stay. But please do not hesitate to contact our dedicated reservation team for further enquires. Let us prepare your personalized itinerary today.

 

 

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FAQ

Background to Nepal. Formerly a Himalayan Kingdom, today Nepal is officially recognised as a Federal Democratic Republic. Positioned between China and India, Nepal is divided geographically into three belts: the mountains, the hills and the flat Terai land. Read more about the climate, visas, vaccinations, currency, tippings and internet connections.

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ITINERARY

Tiger Tops have created sample itineraries for both Karnali and Tharu Lodges. Including elephant jungle safaris, forest walks, sunset strolls and of course time to relax, we will ensure you make the most of your time with us. Reservation and Lodge staff are here to help you plan the perfect trip and will design a customised itinerary to suit your needs.

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LOCATION

Each of our two properties lies within Nepal’s Terai belt – a strip of lowland running the width of the country in the south. Some points sit less than 100m above sea level! To capture a true jungle experience, our lodges are situated in, or close, to National Parks and wilderness reserves.

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GETTING HERE

Kathmandu has an international airport and is easily accessed via flights with Jet Airways, Qatar Airways, Emirates and Lufthansa. There is a network of regular domestic flights within Nepal taking guests to Chitwan, Bardia and Pokhara. Our reservations team are on hand to advise on daily timetables and the best options for your itinerary. Please be aware that schedules are liable to change at very short notice.

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WHAT TO PACK

The Tiger Tops team will provide all practical equipment that you need to take part in our activities (ie: tents for trekking, oars for rafting, saddles for elephants). All you will need to take care of is your personal equipment and clothing and we’d suggest the following as a guideline:

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