Four Incredible Days at Nepal’s Premier Jungle National Park
Its early morning as you begin to walk into the dense jungles of Bardia National Park with your guide. Located in far western Nepal on the eastern banks of the magnificent Karnali River, the sounds of the park call you to a state of silence. Here you hear all of the jungle sounds as you are the guest in the animal’s native clime.
Bardia National Park is Nepal’s largest jungle park, covering 968 square kilometers. This land has been home to the Terai people for centuries as they have found ways to co-exist with the jungle animals.
Bardia is home of the incredibly beautiful Royal Bengal Tiger. Its numbers are rebounding in the park, pointing to one of the successful areas in the world where tiger populations are returning. Bardia is known as the best place to see these elusive cats anywhere in the world.
The park features many varieties of rare and endangered animals. Discover the fierce looking gharial crocodile with is long snout studded with wicked looking teeth. This prehistoric looking reptile isn’t interested in you: its dinner selection is fresh fish from the many rivers in the park. There are also the rare Indian One-Horned Rhinoceros, the second largest mammal in the park. The largest is the Indian elephant, which freely roams in herds. See baby elephants as well as two varieties of crocodiles up close.
There are plenty of jungle animals along with many exotic birds and butterflies. Bardia is rarely visited by travelers because of its remote location in western Nepal. Those who venture here are rewarded with an excellent jungle experience as you leave the crowds behind.
Trekking Explore Nepal is pleased to be able to offer you the amazing Bardia Jungle experience. During the day, explore the park then in the evening watch a Tharu cultural program to learn more about these jungle people.
This is a four day adventure to Bardia National Park. Spend three amazing nights as you explore all the park has to offer. Trekking Explore Nepal is your company that will bring you into the very heart of Asia’s premier jungle national park.