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Bardia National Park safari takes you on a wildlife tour of Nepal’s most remote and pristine wilderness area full of wild animals including rhinos, tigers, dolphins and vultures.
Located in southwestern Terai region, Bardia National Park is hemmed in by Chure hills on the North and Karnali River in the east. Once a hunting ground for the royal families of Nepal, today Bardia National Park is a nationally protected area for many rare and endangered species.
The park features savannah, riverine and deciduous forest. The Karnali-Babai river system supports a variety of ecosystems from wetlands and grasslands to lush tropical forests. The park is a prime habitat for rhinoceros, wild elephant, Bengal tiger, black buck, swamp deer, and Gangetic dolphin. Birds in the likes of Jungle Prinia, bush warbler, chestnut-capped babbler, sarus crane herons, egret, little pratincole are also found in the park.
The park has been conserved in active participation of ethnic Tharu community. The park has established a buffer zone and community forest in the periphery of the park.
Jungle activities in the park include jungle walk, bird watching, dolphin watching, boating and canoe ride in Babai and Karnali Rivers, visiting crocodile breeding centers etc. Visitors also can part in Tharu cultural programs, homestay facilities and museums.
Bardia National Park is accessible by direct flights from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj. Buses and private vehicles are also available in all major cities to take you to this enchanting place.
● Visit Bardia National Park which is home to rhinos, tigers, elephants, dolphins, musk deer etc.
● Enjoy the rich biodiversity of flora and fauna
● Visit Tharu museum and attend Tharu cultural program
● All hotels pick up/drop by private vehicle.
● Accommodation on twin sharing basis
● Full board meal ( Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)
● An experienced local licensed English-Speaking nature guide
● Round trip flight tickets from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj
● Jungle activities as mentioned in itinerary
● National park entrance fees
● All government and local taxes
● Nepal Visa Fee
● International airfare to and from Kathmandu
● Meals and accommodations in Kathmandu
● Any kind of refreshment beverages and alcohol.
● Travel and rescue insurance.
● Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle water etc.)
● Any extra costs resulting from cancellation, landslide, weather, political unrest or illness
● Tips for guide, drivers and supporting staff.
● Duffel/Rucksack bag/Suitcase
● Day bag.( Small handbag)
● Sports shoes or sandals.
● Sun Hat/cap
● Warm woolen cap (During winter)
● Jacket Gore tex/ fleece jacket (During winter)
● Pullover or warm sweeter (During winter)
● Eye glass
● Water bottle
● Flash or Torch light
● Camera and batteries.
Wake up early and have a warm breakfast. Today you will head to Bardia National park. You will catch a 40 minutes flight from Kathmandu airport to Nepalgunj. Arriving in Nepalgunj you will then take a private vehicle straight to Bardia National Park which takes about 3 hrs. Check in the local lodge and refresh yourself. In the afternoon, participate in the tharu cultural tour to explore Tharu village and their culture. Visit Tharu museum and Crocodile breeding center. Stay overnight in Bardia.
Today you will go for a full day walking safari to view Gangetic Dolphin- swimming possible. This is the best way to see wildlife and nature close up. Your guide can give you in-depth information on the habitats you pass through, details of the plant and animal life you encounter and will brief you on general tracking tips.
Today you will participate in a half day walking safari to explore the tiger territory. After walking safari you will continue your jungle adventure through a jeep.
After breakfast you will go bird watching and visit an elephant breeding center. After lunch, drive back to Nepalgunj to catch your flight to Kathmandu.