Bardiya National Park Jungle Safari

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  • Duration 4 Days


Highlights of Bardiya National Park Jungle Safari Tour:

  1. Wildlife exploration in a less congested region
  2. Over 95% of visitors come to observe the Royal Bengal tiger and other wildlife.
  3. River rafting in the Bheri and Karnali
  4. Lodging located within the park
  5. View of the sunrise and sunset from the Karnali River
  6. Observing the Tharu culture and typical Terai living in Nepal.

Tour of Bardiya National Park: Overview

The Bardiya National Park jungle safari tour is intended for those who want to experience Nepal’s wildlife and culture. It has a 968 sq km size and is situated in Nepal’s far western region. Bardiya National Park is the Terai’s largest uninhabited wilderness. Because the area is less touristy, we have more opportunities to view wildlife and nature.

The unique park preserves 250 different species of birds, including the Royal Bengal tiger, the well-known one-horned rhinoceros of Asia, and some of the most fascinating and endangered reptiles. Other creatures present in the park include wild elephants, blackbucks, gharials, and swamp deer.

You can see the rare Genetic Dolphin in the Karnali River. You can take in the intriguing natural environment and cultural elements of this conservation area tour, and you’ll always remember those priceless views of Nepal.

As soon as you get there, the Bardiya National Park jungle safari tour begins. Enjoy cultural events, safari excursions, bird viewing, and other thrilling and exotic activities in Bardiya’s lush, natural forest. There are many unusual activities nearby, like tent camping and, if you can, rafting on the Karnali and Bheri rivers.

Western Terai’s native Tharu people are masters of improvisational culture and art. In the evening, you will watch people performing cultural dances. Tharu people make use of the local natural resources. Even dwellings are constructed from oven twigs and brush that have been heavily plastered with river mud and clay. Start exploring the natural wilderness and taking in diverse cultures and lifestyles.


Q: Which neighbourhood is Bardiya National Park located in?
Midwestern Nepal’s Lumbini Province is where Bardiya is located. It is located east of Kailali District in Sudurpashchim Province, south of Surkhet District in Karnali Province, and west of Banke District. It has a total area of 2025 square kilometres.

Q: Where is Bardiya National Park located?
Go to Nepalgunj from Kathmandu or Pokhara (50 minutes) by domestic flight. Daily departures. The most practical method is for us to pick you up in a jeep in Nepalgunj (2 hours drive). The bus takes 2.5 to 3 hours to get to Ambassa or Thakurdwara, although it only runs occasionally.

Q: Which river traverses Bardiya National Park Jungle Safari?
The Babai River runs through the park’s centre, and the Karnali River borders its western edge.


Day 1: Day One

11:00 am: Our team will pick you up from the airport in Nepalgunj and drive you towards the hotel.
1:00 pm: You can visit Tharu village after lunch to learn about their culture, way of life, and traditions. View the sunset from the riverbank in the evening.
8:30 pm: In-Hotel Dinner.

Day 2: Day Two

6:15 am: Get up and eat breakfast at the hotel.
7:00 am: Leaving for a Jeep Safari inside the National Park, where you can view rare crocodile species, several bird species, the Gharial, the Tiger, the jungle elephant, and many other wilder animals.
12:00 pm: Lunch.
3:00 pm: Visiting the Tharu Museum and the Crocodile Breeding Center.
8:00 pm: Hotel dinner.

Day 3: Day Three

7:00 am: Awake and have breakfast.
8:00 am: A half-day trek through the jungle with a guide.
12:00 pm: Lunch.
2:00 pm: Safari on an elephant and exploration of the tiger region
8:00 pm: Having dinner.

Day 4: Last Day

7:00 am: Wake up and breakfast.
8:00 am: Touring the Elephant Breading Center and viewing birds.
12:00 pm: After lunch, depart for a place like Kathmandu, Pokhara, Sunauli, or Birjung, among others.


  • Arrival and Departure arrangements.
  • Staying in a lodge.
  • Three meals and hot beverages.
  • All activities as outlined in the schedule. Entrance fees to national parks.
  • Nature admirer and advocate.


  • Personal costs, tipping.
  • Bar tabs.
  • The price of travelling to Bardiya (There are several ways).
  • Additional Bardiya activities include fishing, rafting, cannon riding, and Jeep safaris.


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trip facts
PRICE: On Request
TRIP START: Nepalgunj
TRIP END: Kathmandu
BEST MONTH: April Or May, October To Early March
ACCESSIBILITY: Flight and Land
MAX.Altitude: 1441 m.
TRIP GRADE: Easy to Moderate
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