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Chitwan national parks Tiger Tops Jungle lodge received its first guest in 1965. Since the opening of the property, and its angle on responsible tourism, countless lodges in the Indian subcontinent have been built. The Tiger Tops formula has developed national parks and kept ecosystems from diminishing entirely through sustainable, well managed tourism with a vital coalition to the park bodies.
Perched 1,000 feet above the Pokhara Valley with a spectacular Himalayan backdrop, Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge provides a perfect haven, the essence of tranquility. Ideal for guests pre- and post-trek, or for those wishing to take day walks exploring local communities, bird-watching, gentle exercise, or just to relax in a typical Nepalese rural setting.
Pokhara believe in tourism with a conscience and are pioneers of responsible conservation tourism. To validate our claims, we are independently verified by JUSTreport Verification Services UK
Tiger Tops Elephant Camp was the first privately owned establishment in Nepal to move its 12 resident elephants into chain free corrals. Partnering up with Elephant Aid International, the group have strategically placed the elephants in and around the site to bring more personal engagement to the great mammals. The group are looking to pave the way for elephant based tourism in the Indian subcontinent.
The model that founded eco tourism in the region. Closed by the government of Nepal in 2012, the lodge remains with skeleton staff on hand to keep the property in tip top condition. The owners are battling for the lease, but with Nepal’s political issues the situation is being dragged out. We are still hopeful that it will be reopened in the near future.
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