Come to Nepal and join this fun safari in Bardia National Park with Across Himalaya! This safari is definitely the best way to explore Nepal and her natural beauty. Nothing you need to worry since Across Himalaya is dedicated to making your holiday in Nepal wonderful and the memories of your safari activities everlasting. No matter whether you are an adventure seeker or a nature lover, Nepal is the place for you.
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During this holiday, you will be staying at Bardia Eco Lodge. The accommodation is simple but comfortably furnished twin cottages. This lodge is a perfect place to live the Bardia experience.
After arrival briefing, you will have a cultural village tour and experience the true Tharu lifestyle as well as visit Tharu museum and crocodile breeding center. (This day program will be arranged according to your arrival time.)
You wake up early around 05:30 and go for Jeep safari. Afterward, you will return to the resort and have breakfast. After breakfast, you can relax and get ready for jungle trek to track tigers. You will enjoy this whole day jungle walk and have packed lunch inside the jungle around 13:00. You will explore the jungle till dawn and return to the resort before dark. Then, you can relax in Resort and dinner will be served at 20:00.
You wake up early around 05:30. After breakfast, you will go jungle walk for birdwatching and return to the resort before 11:45 to have lunch and departure.
You will enjoy a cultural village tour and experience the true Tharu lifestyle as well as visit Tharu museum.
Bardia National Park (968 square kilometers) is home to the endangered royal Bengal tiger and Asian famous one-horned rhinoceros. The national park is located in Bardia District, lying in Far West Nepal and bordered by Karnali river in the west and the Churia range in the north. The Babai River flows right through the park providing wild species with an excellent habitat. The best time to visit the park is during autumn, winter, and early summer when the weather is warm and dry.
The park is situated in Midwestern Nepal. It extends from the lowlands, which contain sal and riveting forests and grasslands, into the Siwalik Hills, which are covered in chir pine and stunted sal. Mammals living in the park include tiger, swamp deer, and the recently introduced Indian rhinoceros. The park is rich in lowland forest; birds include some Western specialties, such as the white-napped woodpecker. The best way to reach the park is via Nepalgung in Banke District. Nepalgung is connected easily accessible by air and road from Kathmandu.