Jungle Safari in Bardia National Park
4 Days 3 Nights

Bardia Jungle Safari - Bardia situated 585 kms south west of Kathmandu, Bardia National Park, covering an area of 968 sq km, is the largest National park in the lowland area of Nepal as the Terai. With 8 types of ecosystems ranging in diversity from flood plains to dense forest, Bardia is an area not only of prime habitat for a wide variety of wildlife, but an area holding the key to the survival of many endangered species.

This is the best place to see tigers, wild elephants and a host of other rare and not-so-rare animals and birds. It is also the only place in Nepal to see freshwater dolphins and blackbuck antelopes.

Major Attractions:

- Various wild animals at their natural habitat like elephants, tigers, alligators etc.

- Diverse birds species makes it great destination for bird watching.

- Only place to host freshwater dolphins and blackbuck antelopes.

- Cultural reward especially of tharu culture. 

Day 01: Arrival and relax in Tharu rest room or beautiful garden. Discover Tharu life and culture through our Tharu village tour.

Day 02: Whole day walking safari to view Gangetic Dolphin-swimming if possible.

Day 03: Very early morning bird watching, followed by a chance to relax or explore the surrounding villages. Exploration of Tiger territory by foot. Elephant back safari or Jeep safari.

Day 04: Departure transfer to Airport or Bus Terminal or next destination.

What to bring?

Although the Terai can be cool during the winter, It can be stiflingly hot during the summer months. If you are headed there in winter, bring along a sweater or jacket. Summer months require cool clothes, good walking shoes, shady hat and sunscreen, Make sure your clothes are in colors-like brown and green-that help you blend into the background.

Carry along some mosquito repellant, anti-diarrhea tablets and antihistamines. Meanwhile, along with photo equipment, a pair of binoculars will prove invaluable. If you are closer to the monsoon months, carry some waterproof jackets and an extra pair of shoes. Just in case.

The Terai jungles are also famous for leeches that appear in the monsoon and are around for a few months after, Salt or a lighted cigarette will make them fall off, do not pull them off as the wound may get infected. Try an insect repellent to keep them away.

All Jungle Safari Activities such as Jungle walk, Elephant ride, Canoe trip, Jeep Safari, Bird watch, Tharu Village, Culture Dance All meals (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner) Twin sharing resort accommodation, Entrance Fee, Ground surface transportation by tourist bus facilities.

Extra flight Cost / Private Transportation not mentioned above.

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