Safari in Bardiya National Park

Safari in Bardiya National ParkBardiya National Park is the largest and most undisturbed wild area of the Terai, densely covered by Sal forests, reverie forests and grassland. Within its confines of 968 square kilometers, there are animals such the rhinoceros, wild elephant, tiger, swamp deer, black buck, Gharial, crocodile and Gangetic dolphin. Endangered birds include the Bengal Florican, Lesser Florican, Silver- eared Mesia, and Saras Crane. Over 30 different animals, 200 species of resident and migratory birds, including many reptiles and fish are found thriving in this wilderness.

Wildlife in Bardiya National Park: One horned Rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tiger, wild elephant, Different types of deer: spotted deer or Chittal, Hog deer, Samber, Swamp deer or Barasingha, wild boar, wild bison or Nilgai, wild dog, Golden Jackal, Stripped Hyena, monkeys, sloth bear, etc. fresh water Dolphins, Crocodile (Gharials & Magars)


Jungle walk: To see Sal forest, open grass land, mammals and birds, and to track Tiger through their foot prints with the help of trackers
Village walk: To see the village and life of Ethnic people Tharu.
Wait in Machan: To see Bird, wild animals, and Royal Bengal Tiger (if lucky)
Elephant ride Visit to River Karnali: To see fresh water Dolphins, crocodiles, and Bird watch
White water rafting through rapids, hillside forests, and deep jungle; Bird watching, sighting of Dolphins and crocodiles, etc. Cultural program from Tharus in their traditional colorful costumes. The variety includes famous stick dance and dance with guests.

Safari in Bardiya National Park 3 night/4 days

Day 01: Arrival and free time, evening Discover Tharu life, Tharu culture and Dinner
Day 02: Whole day walking safari to cover Baghaphanta Watching Tower, grassland, and wild elephant area
Day 03:
Exploration of Tiger Territory on foot and Elephant ride safari in afternoon
Day 04: Very early morning bird watching; after lunch depart. Extra day River rafting

How to go there?

Drive: 12 to 14 Hours by Private car or by local bus;
Fly to Nepalganj (90 minutes) and then 3 to 4 hour drive to Thakurdwar

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