Bardia national Park
Bardia national Park
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Bardia national Park situated in western Terai of Nepal is one of the largest undisturbed parks in the region. The park is the home for many endangered animals, reptiles and birds including the elusive Tiger. Some years ago several one-horned rhinos were Tran located here from Chitwan. Over the years Bardia has also been a good place for tiger viewing – an opportunity to look at rare events experienced elsewhere. Recently sightings of a group of wild elephants have further enhanced the wildlife experience possible in this beautiful and unspoiled sanctuary. The Bardia Lodge and Tented Camp provide comfortable accommodation and outings in this unique park set on the banks of the Karnali River. A stay in this park can be combined with raft trip down the Karnali and Bheri rivers or with a trek to Dolpo, Rara Lake or Humla in far western Nepal.


Day 01 : Meeting upon arrival at Kathmandu International airport by our representative, transfer to hotel.
Day 02 : Departure to Bardia, arrival at Hotel and Cultural tour to a Tharu village and visit Elephant breeding center.
Day 03 : Jungle trek (Chance to see the barking dear, bear, blue cow, rhinos and might be Royal Bengal tiger).
Day 04 : A trek to Karnali River to see Dolphins and Elephant Safari.
Day 05 : Wild sight seeing rafting at Karnali River.
Day 06 : Bird watching and back to Kathmandu.
Day 07 : Transfer to airport and departure on your own destination.