Tiger attack in Bardia Nepal : A Dutch tourist – Gerard Van Laar survived after tiger attack in Bardia National Park Nepal, when he and his Nepalese guide were hiking in Bardia Jungle on Saturday. He said, all of a sudden! the tiger was heading toward them, Laar was able to escape by climbing a tree but his guide was attacked and slightly injured as he ran away to draw the attention of the tiger. The tiger returned and circled the tree while Laar tried to stay as quite as possible about six meters above the ground. About 02 hours later the guide arrived back with the Elephant help and they shouted and used sticks to drive away the tiger. Bardia National Park is a protected forest west south part of Nepal, which is home to about 70 tigers. It is well-liked and receives thousands of visitors a years, but tiger attacks are rare.