Bardia National Park Nepal is the largest untouched wilderness in the Terai region of Nepal.The park protects 968 sq km of sal forest and whispering grassland, bordering the Geruwa and Karnali Rivers. The atmosphere is wonderfully tranquil and with the current slump in tourism, you may well have the whole place to yourself. There are estimated to be around 22 royal Bengal tigers and 100 one-horned rhinos at Bardia but these animals are elusive and sightings are rare. Other mammals in the park include grey langurs, rhesus macaques, leopards, civets, hyenas, sloth bears and barking, spotted, sambar and hog deer. Bardia also has more than 250 species of birds, including the endangered Bengal florican and sarus crane. Gharial and marsh mugger crocodiles and Gangetic dolphins are occasionally spotted on rafting and canoe trips along the Geruwa River. Be warned that Maoist rebels are active on the fringes of the national park. Visitor numbers have plummeted since the start of the insurgency and most people visit on organized tours, which only run when the army and rebels are observing a ceasefire. Nepal is not only known for trekking in snow-capped Himalayas but also a exquisite Jungle Safari through the pristine National parks.
Day 01: Arrive at Bardiya
Day 02: Proceed for Elephant ride/Crocodile breeding center
Day 03: Proceed for Jeep Safari/Tiger tracking and jungle walk
Day 04: Arrive at Kathmandu
- 3 Breakfast, Lunch , Dinner
- Accommodation on Cottage room
- Guide Fee < National Park Fee >
- Elephant ride ,Village tour ,Tharu museum ,elephant breeding center ,sunset view ,crocodile breeding center visit ,Jeep safari ,Tiger tracking and jungle walk .
Note : Transportation and extra activities and meals are not included .
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