Go Nepal, Kathmandu Nepal
The biodiversity of Nepal's Bardia National Park is well known. The Bardia National Park, formerly known as the Royal Bardia National Park, is a protected area in Nepal that was established in 1988. Bardia National Park, with an area of 968 km2 (374 m2), is the largest in Terai, located near the east coast of Karnali in the district of Bardia. The Royal Bardia National Park's Jungle Safari provides visitors with an exceptional understanding of nature. The park's distinct flora, fauna, and landscape, as well as the aboriginal culture of the buffer zone communities, are important draws for tourists on the jungle safari at Bardia National Park. The wilderness in Nepal's relatively unexplored deep jungles of the Bardia National Park is isolated, difficult, and offers a one-of-a-kind adventure for those who appreciate wildlife and nature.
At least 53 mammals, including 23 reptiles and amphibians, and 407 bird species can be found in the Bardia National Park. The park is home to endangered species such as the Royal Bengal Tiger, wild elephants, one-horned rhinoceros, marsh deer, and black buck. The gharial crocodile, marsh mugger crocodiles, and dolphin are all endangered species.Approximately 70% of the park is covered in forest, with a stable mix of grassland, savannah, and riverine forest. The diverse plant life in forest and grassland provides an ideal habitat for 642 faunal species. During your enjoyable visit to the park, you will have the opportunity to participate in an elephant safari, observe birds, raft down the Karnali River, visit local villages, enjoy the cultural program, and visit the crocodile breeding center. The wildlife tour in the National Park is full of excitement, adventure, and gratification.
Highlights of Bardia National Park:
1. Explore the most graceful activities of Tigers.
2. Explore the wilder jungle with Elephant.
3. Walk in the jungle and nature.
4. A true flavour of safari in the jungle.
5. Observe mammals, species of birds, and varieties of.
6. Jeep Safari into the Deep Jungle.
7. Rafting on the Karnali River.
8. Visit dolphins.
9. Visit to the crocodile breeding center.
10. Village Tour and Cultural Programme.
Day 1 : Arrival at Bardia National Park (300m/1000ft)
A representative of the Go Nepal will pick you up from the airport in Nepalgunj. The Bardia National Park is just 90 km away and a 2-hour drive from Nepalgunj. After checking into our resort, we visit an authentic village of Tharu. The Tharus are believed to be the original inhabitants of the local jungle area. We will also visit the Visitor Center of the Bardia National Park and tour its crocodile farm. Night in the Bardia National Park.
Day 2 : Bardia National Park: jungle safari, cultural exposure
After breakfast, we embark on foot in the woods. We will be accompanied by a nature guide and a porter. The breezy jungle of Bardia is home to many wild animals, including the Asian elephant, one horned rhinoceros, spotted deer, baying deer, hog deer, samber, swamp deer, black buck, wild boars, royal Bengal tigers, striped hyena and others. There are also towers (Machan) in different places in the jungle where we can wait for unsuspecting wild animals to pass us. Our experienced nature guide will help us track wildlife. After visiting the jungle, we return to our resort and enjoy a dinner and participate in the traditional dance Tharu. Night in the Bardia National Park.
Day 3 : Bardia National Park: float safari, bird-watching, cultural dance program
After breakfast, we will drive for an hour to Chisapani, a village on the banks of the Karnali River. We embarked on our wildlife safari, a fun way to discover the rivers and wildlife of western Nepal. We will be accompanied by a qualified guide, well adapted to the river maneuver without any rapids. Throughout the trip, we get to admire the beautiful subtropical landscape and abundant wildlife. Seeing wild animals quenching their thirst on the vast Karnali River will be an incredible experience. You must know here, we would not be the only ones floating on the Karnali River because it is home to Gharial crocodiles, swamp marshals and Gangetic dolphins. In addition, this trip is also conducive to bird watching, since there is a large number of resident and migratory birds in the Bardia National Park. We end the day with another Tharu cultural dance program. Night in the Bardia National Park.
Day 4 : Elephant-back Safari, final departure
After breakfast, we go out for an interesting elephant safari. Besides the fun, the elephant safari has another advantage: there are more chances to see wild animals because they are less scared when you are on top of your mammoth. In addition, riding the elephant also avoids the possible attacks of wild animals. Elephants generally head northwest and we can see deer, langoor monkeys, rhinoceros, and wild boar. After the safari, a our representative will drop you off at the Nepalgunj airport.
1. Because of the presence of tigers, a jungle safari in Bardia National Park is unlike any other.
2. Bardia National Park is a mix of dry forest with many cotton and silk trees, open grassland, and river islands.
3. The best time to visit Bardiya Park is between March and June. Though the temperatures are at their highest (up to and exceeding 42°C), it is the best time of year to see animals (especially tigers) because a lack of water in the jungle drives them to predictable watering holes, and tall grass and other foliage are at their lowest. July to September is the rainy season.
4. Bardia National Park is the Terai's largest national park and wilderness area, with excellent wildlife viewing opportunities.
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