Bardiya National Park is a protected covering an area of 968 km2 (374 sq mi) it is the largest and most undisturbed wilderness area in western Nepal. The approximately 1500 have been resettled elsewhere making the natural reinforce in vegetation and key habitat for wildlife. 70% is of the forest, a combination of grassland, savannah, and river in the forest. The flora comprises 839 species and 642 faunal species.
Lakes are habitat for 125 confirmation species of fish and mugger crocodiles, 23 reptile, and amphibian species. We even get to see 53 mammals including rhinoceros, wild elephant, Bengal tiger, swamp deer, and Gangetic dolphin. Rhinos are commenced from Chitwan to Bardia National Park. Present checklists include 407 bird species, among them the Bengal florican, peafowl, white-rumped vulture, and bar-headed geese, which are symbolic of the park. Lesser Florican, silver-eared media, and Sarus crane.
Day 01: Free pleasure day/ rest day
Discover Tharu life and culture through our Tharu village and culture tour.
Visit Tharu Museum
Visit Crocodile Breeding Center
Day 02: Whole day walking safari to Baghauraphanta and Karnali river bank to explore wildlife.
Day 03: Exploration of Tiger territory ( Half day Walking).
Elephant back safari
Day 04: Whole day rafting in Karnali: birds, crocodile, and dolphin viewing.
Day 05: Early morning Bird watching followed by chance to relax or explore the surrounding village.
Visit Elephant Breeding Center.
Departure after lunch to Kathmandu and evening farewell dinner with Himalayan Nepal Trek.