Duration: 3 days

Starts At: Kathmandu

Grade: Easy

Accommodation: Lodge

Transport: Plane, Jeep, Bus

Altitude: 1360m.

Ends At: Kathmandu

Group Size: Min 2 pax

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Overview

Bardia national park tour takes you to one of the wildest national parks in Nepal. If you have time and want to get an intense untamed jungle experience amidst the vast wilderness, Bardia National Park is the place to be. Ride through the sound serenity of the Bardia Jungle, exploring the wildlife and vegetation in the largest national park of Nepal. Take deep nature walks accompanied by an experienced naturalist.

Undergo white water rafting on Karnali, the longest river in Nepal, where you get to watch the gharials lazing in the sun or the exotic Gangetic dolphins which can be seen sometimes along the surface. Go for a bumpy elephant ride or sport fishing in Babai or Karnali River which is a habitat for 125 recorded species of fishes like golden mahseer.

Explore the countryside and meet the friendly indigenous ethnic group of Tharu and Dangora people, and learn about their colorful culture who have their own unique language, customs, and traditions. You can join the locals with farming, dancing, and cooking and taste the typical local cuisines. And of course, you are always welcome to celebrate the Nepalese festival with your families.

Our 3 days Bardia national park tour starts with a 40 minutes flight from Kathmandu and a few hours on the road thereafter gets you to the Bardia National Park in west Nepal, near to Nepal-India Border. Once the royal hunting ground for the monarch, Bardia is now the coherent protected area, protecting 968 km2 of savannah, grassland, sal, and riverine forest that is home to endangered Royal Bengal Tiger, Asiatic Elephant, and Great One-horned rhinoceros.

Besides, this large undistributed pristine park hosts the shelter to 30 species of mammals, more than 250 species of birds, and several varieties of reptiles that roam freely, some of which are not found in Chitwan. There are more sightings of tigers here than in other national parks which attracts the visitors most. One can traverse through the park for hours on end and not encounter another person.

Some of the other animals found here are swamp deer, blackbuck, leopards, and monkeys’ marsh-muggers. Birds found here include lesser florican, Bengal florican, silver-eared, Sarus crane and Mesia. If you are lucky, you can see rhinos bathing on the river or even spot a tiger.

The Maoist movement of the 1990s greatly suffered the Park. Lodges were down, tourism dried up, and the wildlife was hit hard by poaching, the rhino population in particular. But, the good news is that this loss is now being upturned.

The best time of the year you can visit Bardia National Park is from the beginning month of February till the end of May, and from mid-September till mid-December. Temperatures vary between 25 up to 37 degrees during these months and animals will move to the river and waterholes to drink which gives you better chances to spot the Tiger. 

From mid-December onwards till the end of January, the weather sometimes gets foggyThe monsoon brings sticky and hot days which start in June and last till the end of August. The rising levels in the river can make access to the park difficult.

Activities in the park include a jeep safari, elephant rides, rafting, bird watching, and sport fishing accompanied by a naturalist. Hiring a guide is compulsory as the Park entrance tickets.

There are several safari lodges in Bardiya, which provide the visitors’ excellent accommodations and facilities who opt to enjoy wildlife activities. Bardiya is also accessible by road, only a two-hour drive away passing through Nepalgunj. Nepal’s Bardia National Park will give you a memorable experience that lasts a lifetime. Ready for discovering Bardia?

We have another alternative 3 days Chitwan National Park Tour program.

Itinerary

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Our Journey to Bardia National Park begins with an hour of flight to Nepalgunj. Once landing, you can already feel the increase in temperature, as Nepalgunj is amongst the hottest area in Nepal.

We will be promptly picked up by a hotel representative and be shifted to a hotel. It takes around 2 hrs from Nepalgunj for us to reach this entry to the Bardia National Park.

You will be briefed by the guide about the programs ahead. In the afternoon, we will visit the Tharu villages nearly, and explore their culture and lifestyle.

Today we will set out to explore the wilderness and wildlife of Bardia. We wake up early in the morning and freshen up and finish with our morning routine. Then it’s time for some yummy Breakfast!

We go for an exciting and bumpy elephant ride in the Bardia National Park. Probably the best way to explore the forest with the best views. There is a high chance to encounter several kinds of wildlife roaming around in the park. There is a high possibility to spot the One-horned rhino, Asiatic Elephant, Barking Deer, Spotted Deer, Samber, Hog Deer(Chital), Swamp Deer, Nilgai, Buck, Bull, Wild Boar, Wild Dog, Leopard, Golden Jackal, Striped Hyena, many other animals, and the big attraction there: The Royal Bengal Tiger.

Completing the elephant ride, we will then head towards the visitor center in the National park followed by a visit to a crocodile breeding center and a museum that exhibits the indigenous Tharu culture. We will then take a break to have our Lunch in the Park. We rest for some moment, then have a peaceful guided jungle walk with a naturalist. We head towards the tower in the jungle to have an aerial view of the forest and its wildlife.

In the evening we will attain an exceptional Tharu Culture and enjoy a delicious typical Nepalese cuisine and end our day.

After our regular morning routine and a delicious breakfast, We set off towards the beautiful riverbank of Karnali River with the backdrop of an amazing forest scene. If we’re lucky, then we get to see the dolphins surfacing in the Karnali River. We can take some beautiful pictures, savor the lavish scenery and return to the hotel to enjoy our lunch.

With the beautiful experience and awesome time close to nature, we bid goodbye we head to the Nepalgunj airport and again have an hour flight to Kathmandu.

Trip Includes:

  • All the essential ground transfers by private vehicles.
  • Domestic flights.
  • 2 nights of accommodation with the meal on full board basis
  • All jungle and tour activities.
  • National park entry permit fees.
  • Professional English speaking guide for the tour.

Trip Exclude:

  • Kathmandu hotel accommodations.
  • Alcoholic beverages, mineral bottled water, and any other personal nature expenses.
  • Tips for guide and drivers.

Price and date

This trip is available at an any time of the year. Just let us know your travel date.

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Duration: 3 days

Starts At: Kathmandu

Grade: Easy

Accommodation: Lodge

Transport: Plane, Jeep, Bus

Altitude: 1360m.

Ends At: Kathmandu

Group Size: Min 2 pax

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Overview

Bardia national park tour takes you to one of the wildest national parks in Nepal. If you have time and want to get an intense untamed jungle experience amidst the vast wilderness, Bardia National Park is the place to be. Ride through the sound serenity of the Bardia Jungle, exploring the wildlife and vegetation in the largest national park of Nepal. Take deep nature walks accompanied by an experienced naturalist.

Undergo white water rafting on Karnali, the longest river in Nepal, where you get to watch the gharials lazing in the sun or the exotic Gangetic dolphins which can be seen sometimes along the surface. Go for a bumpy elephant ride or sport fishing in Babai or Karnali River which is a habitat for 125 recorded species of fishes like golden mahseer.

Explore the countryside and meet the friendly indigenous ethnic group of Tharu and Dangora people, and learn about their colorful culture who have their own unique language, customs, and traditions. You can join the locals with farming, dancing, and cooking and taste the typical local cuisines. And of course, you are always welcome to celebrate the Nepalese festival with your families.

Our 3 days Bardia national park tour starts with a 40 minutes flight from Kathmandu and a few hours on the road thereafter gets you to the Bardia National Park in west Nepal, near to Nepal-India Border. Once the royal hunting ground for the monarch, Bardia is now the coherent protected area, protecting 968 km2 of savannah, grassland, sal, and riverine forest that is home to endangered Royal Bengal Tiger, Asiatic Elephant, and Great One-horned rhinoceros.

Besides, this large undistributed pristine park hosts the shelter to 30 species of mammals, more than 250 species of birds, and several varieties of reptiles that roam freely, some of which are not found in Chitwan. There are more sightings of tigers here than in other national parks which attracts the visitors most. One can traverse through the park for hours on end and not encounter another person.

Some of the other animals found here are swamp deer, blackbuck, leopards, and monkeys’ marsh-muggers. Birds found here include lesser florican, Bengal florican, silver-eared, Sarus crane and Mesia. If you are lucky, you can see rhinos bathing on the river or even spot a tiger.

The Maoist movement of the 1990s greatly suffered the Park. Lodges were down, tourism dried up, and the wildlife was hit hard by poaching, the rhino population in particular. But, the good news is that this loss is now being upturned.

The best time of the year you can visit Bardia National Park is from the beginning month of February till the end of May, and from mid-September till mid-December. Temperatures vary between 25 up to 37 degrees during these months and animals will move to the river and waterholes to drink which gives you better chances to spot the Tiger. 

From mid-December onwards till the end of January, the weather sometimes gets foggyThe monsoon brings sticky and hot days which start in June and last till the end of August. The rising levels in the river can make access to the park difficult.

Activities in the park include a jeep safari, elephant rides, rafting, bird watching, and sport fishing accompanied by a naturalist. Hiring a guide is compulsory as the Park entrance tickets.

There are several safari lodges in Bardiya, which provide the visitors’ excellent accommodations and facilities who opt to enjoy wildlife activities. Bardiya is also accessible by road, only a two-hour drive away passing through Nepalgunj. Nepal’s Bardia National Park will give you a memorable experience that lasts a lifetime. Ready for discovering Bardia?

We have another alternative 3 days Chitwan National Park Tour program.

Itinerary

Expand All

Our Journey to Bardia National Park begins with an hour of flight to Nepalgunj. Once landing, you can already feel the increase in temperature, as Nepalgunj is amongst the hottest area in Nepal.

We will be promptly picked up by a hotel representative and be shifted to a hotel. It takes around 2 hrs from Nepalgunj for us to reach this entry to the Bardia National Park.

You will be briefed by the guide about the programs ahead. In the afternoon, we will visit the Tharu villages nearly, and explore their culture and lifestyle.

Today we will set out to explore the wilderness and wildlife of Bardia. We wake up early in the morning and freshen up and finish with our morning routine. Then it’s time for some yummy Breakfast!

We go for an exciting and bumpy elephant ride in the Bardia National Park. Probably the best way to explore the forest with the best views. There is a high chance to encounter several kinds of wildlife roaming around in the park. There is a high possibility to spot the One-horned rhino, Asiatic Elephant, Barking Deer, Spotted Deer, Samber, Hog Deer(Chital), Swamp Deer, Nilgai, Buck, Bull, Wild Boar, Wild Dog, Leopard, Golden Jackal, Striped Hyena, many other animals, and the big attraction there: The Royal Bengal Tiger.

Completing the elephant ride, we will then head towards the visitor center in the National park followed by a visit to a crocodile breeding center and a museum that exhibits the indigenous Tharu culture. We will then take a break to have our Lunch in the Park. We rest for some moment, then have a peaceful guided jungle walk with a naturalist. We head towards the tower in the jungle to have an aerial view of the forest and its wildlife.

In the evening we will attain an exceptional Tharu Culture and enjoy a delicious typical Nepalese cuisine and end our day.

After our regular morning routine and a delicious breakfast, We set off towards the beautiful riverbank of Karnali River with the backdrop of an amazing forest scene. If we’re lucky, then we get to see the dolphins surfacing in the Karnali River. We can take some beautiful pictures, savor the lavish scenery and return to the hotel to enjoy our lunch.

With the beautiful experience and awesome time close to nature, we bid goodbye we head to the Nepalgunj airport and again have an hour flight to Kathmandu.

Trip Includes:

  • All the essential ground transfers by private vehicles.
  • Domestic flights.
  • 2 nights of accommodation with the meal on full board basis
  • All jungle and tour activities.
  • National park entry permit fees.
  • Professional English speaking guide for the tour.

Trip Exclude:

  • Kathmandu hotel accommodations.
  • Alcoholic beverages, mineral bottled water, and any other personal nature expenses.
  • Tips for guide and drivers.

Price and date

This trip is available at an any time of the year. Just let us know your travel date.

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