Bardia National Park

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Bardia national park situated at the far western part of Nepal is an untouched and adventurous destination to tour. This national park is popular for conservation of some of the extinct animals and plants. Bardia national park conserve royal Bengal tiger with one the largest territory. This conservation area is also equipped with huge river, also home for fresh water fish and dolphins.

Bardia national park is a beautiful place to tour. This park offers you with fascinating jungle view along with bird watching and other native cultural programs. The open grass land such as Bagahora and Lamkoii offers you the best view of greenery and wildlife. This park is also famous for its small herds of wild elephants which are rarely seen. The park also boasts a small population of the rare gharial, the marsh mugger crocodile and the Gangetic dolphin.

Day 01: Early morning after breakfast we drive for 10-12 hours from Kathmandu to Bardia national park. Evening drinks and dinner along with some native cultural program. Rest overnight.

Day 02: Today early in the morning after breakfast we go for an elephant rive around the forest. Along the ride you may see some of the most dangerous and conserve plants and animals. Enjoy the evening watching sunset and clattering of birds at the bank of river. Rest overnight.

Day 03: Today early morning tea with fascinating view of sunrise. Half day adventure around the park and then drive back to Kathmandu. Rest overnight.

Trip Fact

Destination: Bardia national park

Duration: 3 days

Trek type: cultural and jungle safari

Grade: easy

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