BARDIA NATIONAL PARK 4 nights/5days (Camping) Bardia national park is a place of pristine forest and wildlife out of the tourist track. The inhabitants of the Nepalese jungle: The royal Bengal tiger, the Asiatic Elephant, the one-horned rhinoceros, among others (deers, crocodiles, monkeys, birds…), which you may discover during jeep, elephants, floating or even walking safaris. Bardia is located 600km west of Katmandu in the heart of the Teraï plain which is inhabited by the Tharu ethnical group. They are warm and welcoming people with a very vivid, and complex culture close to nature. They are happy in advance to meet you.
Day 2 : Jeep and Elephant safari After an early breakfast, you will go in the national park in a jeep. This is a good excursion to discover the geography of the park and the different ecosystems. In some areas we can go down the car for small walks. After lunch, in the afternoon you will go on elephant back for a safari. Elephants are very adapted to go inside the vegetation and give good possibilities to get close to rhinos Dinner and night in the resort.
After breakfast, we drive one hour to Chisapani, over the Karnali Bridge where we have a typical lunch (with local fish) in typical restaurant. After lunch we begin the floating safari (on raft). There are no big rapids on the river and this excursion offers good opportunities for magnificent landscapes and birdlife among other animals. In the evening, we pitch the tents on a sandy beach (just across the river, outside NP) and we go in a very remote and authentic Tharu village for cultural dances and diner (A big must of the Bardia trip). After the program we go back to the tents where a big wood fire awaits us. Night in tents
Day 4 : Jungle walk (full day) After an early picnic breakfast, we will cross the river and go on foot in the national park for the day with a naturalist guide and a porter. There are good possibilities to see one horned rhino, wild asian elephants or Bengal tiger among other animals. Picnic lunch, Dinner and night in the resort.
We provide bagpacks, crampons, and maps.
Price Includes: Guide, assistants, 3 meals per day, afternoon tea & snacks, accommodation for the duration of the trek(2 persons per room).
However, during high season one room per two clients may not be always available. If this should happen we request our clients to be flexible and share a triple or room with four beds. Annapurna Park entry and TIMS fees, staff insurance, transport to and from the trailhead, two nights' accommodation pre and post the trek and a complimentary massage after the trek from Seeing Hands, a blind organization. (proud to introduce one of our product) and can supply 75 liters backpack for the main trekking stuff, light crampons, gaiters and trekking map.
Assistant - (maximum weight to carry is 10 kg for female assistant guide and 13 kg for male assistant guide).
Doesn't include: Soft beverages, air tickets & client insurance.
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BARDIA NATIONAL PARK
Difficulty level : easy
Sunday to Saturday 9.00am - 6.00pm