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Bardia National Park Tour

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Highlights
    • Explore the Bardia National Park and experience solitude far away from usual hustle and bustle
    • Be an audience to the Tharu culture, their lifestyle, practices, and cultural dances
    • Opportunity to witness the majestic Royal Bengal Tiger and one-horned rhinoceros
    • Jungle safari on the back of an elephant
    • Observe the incredible biodiversity in the Bardia National Park

Bardia National Park, located in the mid-far western Terai, offers pristine environs and solitude in the Terai plains of Nepal. Bardia National Park Tour takes you to this secluded haven famed for being the residence of the Royal Bengal Tiger. You explore the national park which has the majority of the land covered with tropical forest and a mixture of grassland, savannah, and riverine vegetation’s. Jungle walks, jeep safari, elephant rides, visiting elephant breeding center, crocodile breeding center, Tharu museum, and boating/fishing are included in the Bardia National Park Tour.

At first, the area was designated as a wildlife reserve in 1976 and was later declared as a National Park in 1988. Extending to the areas of 968 sq. km, the national park is home to many rare mammals, reptiles, and bird species. The sightings of the popular Bengal tigers and one-horned rhinos are rare, yet, are said to be higher than that in Chitwan National Park. There are other mammals that include spotted, sambar, and hog deer, leopards, grey Langur, hyenas, civets, and sloth bear to name a few. Bardia is also famous for bird watching as it hosts over 250 species of birds, including endangered Bengal florican, lesser florican, and Sarus Crane. Gangetic dolphins, Gharial, and marsh mugger crocodiles and few species of water birds can also be spotted occasionally during the canoe ride along the Geruwa River. The tour is easy to undertake, and anyone with a normal physical condition can participate in it. Best season to visit the national park is between February-July as the months offer increased chances of seeing tigers which often come out to reach out for water. The average temperature during this period is of about 30°C.

 

Corporate Adventure Treks offers you with 4 nights 5 days tour to Bardia National Park, tailored according to your preference. The services of transportation and accommodation are excellent and the guides for the tour are also adapt to the park area to make your trip more enjoyable and authentic. To discuss further details on the packages for your trip, please contact us directly at +977-9851029803.

Itinerary

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Day 01: Fly from Kathmandu-Nepalgunj (1 Hr.) and Drive 3 Hrs. to Bardia National Park
  • 1 hours flight/ 3 hours drive
  • Racy Shade resort or Similar

Nepalgunj airport is the nearest airport to Bardia National Park. You will be received by our staff at the Nepalgunj airport and will be driven to the Bardia National Park in a 3-hour drive. You will be welcomed with light refreshment and briefing about program highlights by the guide follows the reception. Freshen up and rest for few hours. You will then visit the nearby Tharu village, Tharu museum, and Crocodile Breeding Center in the evening. Overnight stay at Bardia National Park.

Meals

Lunch+ Dinner

Day 02: Full day exploration of Bardia National Park
  • 5-8 hours
  • Racy Shade resort or Similar

Your morning starts with a wake-up call followed by breakfast. You will explore the national park on the back of an elephant. A guide will provide you with the information about details of the plants and animals on the jungle safari. You can expect to see numerous spotted and sambar deer, monkeys, Langur, and sloth bears on the national park excursion. Later in the evening, you will be an audience to a cultural Tharu stick dance reflecting the rich local culture. Overnight stay at Bardia National Park.

Meals

Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner

Day 03: Exploration of Bardia National Park
  • Fullday
  • Racy Shade resort or Similar

Today, the schedule includes early morning walk in the jungle to see the Bengal Tiger. There is a higher chance of spotting the tiger in Bardia than Chitwan. Keep your calm and wait patiently as directed by your guides. Also, you must be cautious at all times, maintain silence, and stay with your group to avoid dangers from wildlife. You will end your day with a sunset view along the river bank after a canoe boating in Geruwa River that is well-known for its sightings of Gangetic dolphin, exotic birds, and the Gharial crocodile. Overnight stay at Bardia National Park.

Meals

Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner

Day 04: Exploration of Bardia National Park
  • Racy Shade resort or Similar

Your morning starts early today for the bird watching in the community forest. The guide will take you along Karnali River for sightings of several endangered migratory and native birds. Some of the well-trained guides can even mimic those birds and call them to get a response. The pleasant sounds of the birds reverberate in the jungle offering wondrous moments to cherish the wildlife and nature. Overnight stay at Bardia National Park.

Meals

Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner

Day 05: Drive back to Nepalgunj and Fly back to Kathmandu

After your breakfast in the morning, you will drive back to Nepalgunj airport to catch a flight back to Kathmandu. Today, you will be traveling for half of your day so make sure you take proper rest before heading back to your routine tomorrow. In Kathmandu, you can head to the local streets and shop for gifts, mementos, and souvenirs. Overnight stay at a hotel in Kathmandu.

Meals

Breakfast

What's Included

  • Kathmandu to Nepalganj and return by flight.
  • All grounded transport from Nepalganj to Bardia and return Airport by private vehicle.
  • 4 Breakfast, 4 Lunch and 4 Dinner
  • English speaking, trained and experienced local tour guide during the safari sightseeing.
  • National park entrance fees
  • All jungle activities as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • All government and local taxes

What's Excluded

  • Accommodation with meal [Breakfast, Lunch and dinner] in kathmandu
  • Extra night accommodation if required
  • Alcoholic and non-alcoholic cold and hot drinks on trip.
  • Extra Safari activities if required
  • Items of personal nature, laundry expenses, tips
  • Medical insurance and emergency rescue evacuation if required.
  • Any extra expenses arising out of various/unforeseen situations like natural disasters, landslides, political disturbances, strikes, changes in government regulations.
  • Services not mentioned in the ‘Included’ section

Jungle Activities

In Bardia National park, the visitor can explore the pristine nature through different safari, searching for animals like the mighty tiger.

The best time to visit Bardia National Park is March to May (especially for tigers). October-November offer also some good wildlife possibilities. July-August are difficult months due to the heavy monsoon.

Don’t forget to bring: binoculars, insect repellent, hat, sun glasses, casual and comfortable clothes (brown or green but not with bright colors), good walking shoes, sandals…

Our guides are certified by the “National Trust for Nature Conservation of Nepal”. They are passionate native specialists dedicated to your security, your jungle experience, and your better understanding of the local ecosystem.

Safari on Foot

Along with a certified local jungle guide and his helper, you will walk until watching towers or lookouts (where you will have to hide and be silent) to admire the local fauna, flora and landscapes. If you are lucky, tigers, elephants, rhinoceroses, deers, monkeys, crocodiles and birds may show up. Don’t be afraid, all these animals are scared by people and none of them has human being on its menu.

Nepal is one of few countries to allow walking safaris on tiger territory. This system exists since more than 20 years and no tourist has ever been put in danger. Your jungle guides will keep away from you all potential dangerous situations.

Elephant Back Safari

The elephant is a good ecological option to go safely through dense vegetation where you cannot venture on foot. It is one of the best ways to approach rhinoceroses it is also a good occasion for great photos and interaction with the elephant.

In Nepal all domestic elephants are born in captivity and are not trained with the brutal « breaking » method you may see in other countries.

Floating Safari

There are no rapids on the holy river Karnali and its small streams. You will jump on our rubber raft and go down the river with our experienced boat dirver. On the boat, we will see beautiful landscapes and maybe some animals drinking. This excusrion is especially good for birds. If you are very lucky you may see the rare and endangered Ganga dolphin.

Jeep Safari

The jeep is great to explore the geography of the national park, witness the different kinds of habitats and explore remote areas that you can’t reach with other safaris. We can go down the vehicle and make little walks or stop in watching towers locally called “Machan” or hide in some promissing areas.

Tharu village visit

Nepal is a mosaic of different ethnical groups. In Bardia most of the people are Tharus. They have their own language, culture, folklore and way of life. We will take you on a visit to meet these people of the forest.

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