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Where to see Tigers in Nepal

By Snow Cat Travel, Feb 2 2018 06:24PM



Where to go and where to stay if you really want to see a wild Tiger in Nepal


The lowland Terai region of Nepal close to the border with India, is starting to experience an increase in the tiger population, not least because of a well managed initiative to protect one of the greatest of big cats.


If you’ve never seen a wild Tiger, then let us tell you….it’s a thrill that you’ll remember for the rest of your life.


Not least because Tigers are very rare and are also a “seriously at risk species”.


They are mainly nocturnal…..they can see you in the dark, but you can’t see them!


Find out more about where you can see a tiger in Nepal on our WordPress blog here


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