The Bardia National Park is Nepal's one of the best protected areas in the Terai. The park is home to the endangered Royal Bengal tiger and Asian famous one-horned rhinoceros. The national park is located Bardiya district lying in Far-Western Nepal and is bordered by River Karnali in the west, the Churia range in the north. The Babai River flows right through the park providing wild species with an excellent habitat. The varied geographical factors together with the thick cover of Sal, savannah forests and grasslands is home to 30 different mammals, more than 250 species of birds, and several varieties of reptiles and aquatic species. Some of common animals found in the park are wild elephant, swamp deer, blackbuck, gharial crocodile and mugger crocodile.
The exotic Gangetic Dolphin can be spotted in the Karnali River. Birds include endangered varieties of Bengal florican, lesser florican, silver-eared mesia and sarus crane. The best time to visit the park is autumn, winter and early summer when the weather is warm and dry. The best way to reach the Royal Bardia National Park is via Nepalgunj in Banke district. Nepalgunj is connected easily accessible by air and road from Kathmandu and other in the west.
Day 01 : Welcome drinks and briefing about the programmers.
Day 02 : Breakfast Visit to crocodile breeding center and tharu village. Jungle drive whole day with packed lunch. Dinner and overnight Lodge.
Day 03 : Breakfast. Jungle Walk/Dugout canoe ride. Elephant back safari. Western Nepal tharu dance. Overnight at lodge.
Day 04 : Whole day jungle walk with packed lunch, Walk to see Rhino, Elephant's and Tiger, and other wild life. Overnight at lodge.
Day 05: Departure to final destination.
Arrival in International Airport and Departure
Personal travel Insurance.
Lunch & dinner in Kathmandu.
Emergency Rescue evacuation.
Personal expenses/Bar bills.
Tipping for staff.