The wildlife tour will take you to see some of the globe's most exotic species, including the one-horned rhinoceros, the Royal Bengal Tiger, Sloth bears, leopards, Gaurs, Sambars, Spotted deer, Wild Water Buffalo, Wild Elephant, the endangered Gharial, and Mash crocodiles, Jackals, Python with other Snakes, and Gangetic Dolphin, as well as a huge proportion of migratory bird species.
This wildlife excursion is for wildlife enthusiasts and intrepid adventurers who are always on the lookout for new adventures. In the remoteness of Bardiya National Park, the excursion gives the opportunity to get the ultimate jungle safari experience.
Bardiya is Nepal's largest national park, and this tour is known better for tiger and other exotic animal encounters. Safari through this National Park's woodland will undoubtedly instill a sense of adventure and excitement. In a nutshell, Bardiya is a wilder counterpart of Chitwan National Park, which is another popular option in central Nepal. The Nepalgunj-Surkhet highway comprises part of the protected area's southern edge, although it severely disturbs it. The Geruwa, a tributary of the Karnali River, forms natural borders to human settlements in the west, and the Babai River forms natural bounds in the southeast.
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Bardiya National Park, formerly known as Royal Bardia National Park, is a protected area in Nepal that was created in 1988. It is the largest and most pristine national park in Nepal's Terai, covering 968 km2 (374 sq mi) and bordering the eastern bank of the Karnali River and bisected by the Babai River in the Bardiya District. The summit of the Siwalik Hills marks its northern boundary.
For 642 faunal species, the diverse plant types of forest and grassland provide ideal habitat. 125 species of fish have been documented in the Karnali-Babai river system, its minor tributaries, and myriads of oxbow lakes. The rivers are home to a tiny population of gharial. Apart from mugger crocodiles, there are 23 reptile and amphibian species found.
At least 53 mammals live in the Bardiya National Park, including rhinoceros, wild elephants, Bengal tigers, swamp deer, and Gangetic dolphins. In the summer of 2012, a rusty-spotted cat was observed for the first time. In the winter of 2017, a fishing cat was spotted in the Babai River valley.
There are currently 407 bird species on the park's checklists, including the Bengal florican, white-rumped vulture, peafowl, and bar-headed geese, which are emblematic of the area. Grey-crowned Prinia, jungle Prinia, pale-footed bush warbler, aberrant bush warbler, striated grassbird, golden-headed cisticola, and chestnut-capped babbler are found in the park's grasslands; Grey-crowned prinia, jungle prinia, pale-footed bush warbler, aberrant bush warbler, striated grassbird, golden-headed cisticola, and chestnut-capped babble
Bardiya National Park tour is one of Nepal's largest wildlife reserves, with a total area of 968 km2. It is located in the far southwest corner of the country, limited to the north by the middle highlands and to the west and south by the Karnali River. From 1976 to 1988, the Bardiya Reserve grew from 368 square kilometers to 968 square kilometers.
The Baridya trip gets you closer to Nepal's natural environment. 407 kinds of birds, as well as diverse flora and wildlife, coexist peacefully with the government's designation as a protected area.
Relax at one of the top-rated rainforest resorts constructed right in the National Park's core. They provide excellent service to visitors. A flight to Nepalgunj and a one-hour drive from the airport will get you to this unique conservation region of Nepal. In the National Park, popular activities include Jeep safaris, jungle hikes, rafting and canoeing, fishing, and bird viewing.
The cost of a trip of Bardia National Park tour is determined by the length of stay and activities. We provide forest safari trips in Bardia starting at $430 per person. The package covers the cost of the national park entrance fee, lodging, three daily meals, a cultural trip, and a wild safari.
March through June is the finest time to explore the Bardiya park. Though the temperatures are at their greatest (up to and surpassing 42°C), it's the ideal time of year to observe animals (particularly tigers) since the jungle's shortage of water pushes them to predictable watering spots, and long grass and other vegetation are at their lowest.
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This schedule is purely a reference, and we will comply with it as closely as possible. Sometimes, owing to weather, health issues, natural catastrophes, or other unpleasant events, your guide may opt to alter or omit the itinerary for your own safety. Your guide will assist you at any moment by offering information about the trek's conditions and safety.
Greetings from Kathmandu!! At Tribhuvan International Airport, an Asian heritage representative will greet you. When you arrive, our Tour Manager/Asian Heritage Representative will greet you outside customs and accompany you to the hotel. Arrive at the luxurious 4 star Hotel Yatri and check into your luxurious accommodation. Our specialist will assist you and go through your trip plans with you. There will be ample time to take a trip down Thamel's main street.
We'll take a flight to Nepalgunj today, and then we'll drive you to Bardiya National Park. At least 53 animals live in the Bardiya National Park, including rhinoceros, wild elephants, Bengal tigers, swamp deer, and Gangetic dolphins. Bardiya National Park, also known as Royal Bardia National Park, is a protected area in Nepal that was created in 1988. We'll travel to Bardiya National Park today. On the journey, you may take in the picturesque views of agricultural farms.
We'll embark on a tour of Tharu village and have a forest walk after seeing the Crocodile Breeding Center. Tharu village and cultural tour is a great way to learn about Tharu's life and culture. The indigenous Tharu dances are a highlight of every visit to Forest Hideaway. Colorful dances with traditional clothing and music will be performed.
Prepare to see a one-horned rhino, Asian elephant, Spotted Deer (Chital), Barking Deer, Hog Deer, Samber, Swamp Deer, Barasingha, Black Buck, Bull, Exotic Boar, Blue Cow (Nilgai), Royal Bengal Tiger, Wild Dog, Leopard, Striped Hyena, Golden Jackal, and a variety of other wild creatures.
After finishing the jungle safari, we'll go to the National Park's visitor center and then take a tour of the park. For the canoe excursion, we travel to the Karnali River. The magnificent Karnali bank provides a spectacular view of the Sun. You'll witness a variety of birds, and if you're lucky, you'll see dolphins in the Karnal River.
Today, we will travel to Nepalgunj early in the morning and fly back to Kathmandu. Later, you may take a trip down Thamel's main street and do souvenir shopping.
Today is your free day, and you may do whatever you want with it. If you haven't been to Kathmandu yet, we recommend seeing the world heritage site of Swayambhunath temple, also known as the monkey temple, Pashupatinath temple, and the ancient site of Kathmandu Durbar Square or Boudhanath Stupa.
Today is the last day of your journey. You will be advised and supported with your onward travel arrangements, and will be transferred to Kathmandu Tribhuvan International Airport by our private transportation approximately 3 hours prior to your departure schedule, and will fly back to your home/other travel destination.
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