Tiger Tops Jungle Lodge, situated 75 miles south west of Kathmandu, at an elevation of 450 feet above sea level, is in the heart of Chitwan National Park, a 500 square miles area of tall grassland and magnificent forests and wetlands. All the double rooms, many in tree-houses or private bungalows, are attractively furnished with solar shower, fan and lighting. The Gol Ghar (Round House) forms the centre of the lodge and contains the dining hall and lounge area. With its huge domed roof and central open hearth it will be your special place for relaxation. Nepalese and Western cuisines served and a fully stocked bar is open till the last guest retires to bed.
Activities at the Lodge and Tented Camp include safaris on elephant and by river boat, jungle walks, bird watching excursions, and expeditions by Land rover. Our renowned naturalists, (some of whom have over 30 years' experience), will introduce you to the fantastic array of flora and fauna in the Park. (They will be at hand all times to answer your questions.) The wildlife of Chitwan includes the endangered Greater One Horned rhinoceros, several species of deer, sloth bear, wild boar, fresh water dolphin, the marsh mugger and gharial crocodiles, over 450 species of birds, leopards and the elusive, Royal Bengal tiger.