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Nepal, India to jointly count tigers Conservation officials of Nepal and India have agreed to conduct joint head count of Royal Bengal tigers inhabiting in protected areas in both Nepal and India, local press reported Tuesday. According to officials, the … Continue reading
A recent visitor laughingly pointed out he already had a wife and didn’t need another. We weren’t too sure what he meant until we realised he was a litle short-sighted. Whilst we dont supply visitors with a wife we do offer free … Continue reading
A news item earlier this year observed that camera traps had identified some 37 tigers in and around Bardia Park this year as opposed to only 18 oberved just two years ago. This represents a tremendous achievement by the Nepalese … Continue reading
The villagers and local Tharu population are some of the most welcoming people you could ever hope to meet. Within a single household you will find that traditional values hold firm. All members pool their resources, their labour, their time … Continue reading
One lady in a recent group tour, became very friendly wih some of the locals and took far too many photos. Here are a few of her happy photos, although the girl at the water pump doesnt look particularly happy.
Just a few photos of locals this week. From Bardia Eco Lodge we can arrange cultural tours to many places around Nepal, so dont think that Nepal is all about trekking, white water rafting and jungle safaris, its a lot … Continue reading
Of course, one of the things about running any kind of hospitality environment is that you are always striving to ensure that worktops and surfaces are just right. Hygiene and cleanliness are the key in any kitchen especially in humid … Continue reading
Ive included a few photos here, taken by a guest of local girls panning the river for grains of gold. Whilst the yield is small, its still an incredibly efficient pastime for some of the younger ones.
One of the most popular activities of guests is to take a jungle walk to explore the local wildlife and hopefully capture a few of those very special moments on camera. We have sunsets to die for here in Bardia, … Continue reading