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Bardiya National Park is a protected region that is located in the Bardiya district in the far western part of Nepal. It encompasses a total area of 968 square kilometers and is home to hundreds of different species of flora and animals. Due to the fact that it is Nepal's largest national park, it is certain to provide you with an incredible experience of going on a jungle safari.

In total, Bardia is home to over 839 kinds of plant life and approximately 642 types of animal life. There are over 125 different kinds of fish and 23 different species of reptiles and amphibians that call this region home thanks to the Karnali river system and its tributaries that flow through it. The Asian Elephant, the Bengal Tiger, and the one-horned rhinoceros are the most common and most endangered of these animals. Bardia National Park is very well known for these three animals in particular. The number of Bengal Tigers is also growing steadily thanks to the good work of the reserve centers. There are approximately 407 different kinds of birds that seek refuge in the sal forests of Bardiya, including peacocks, white-rumped vultures, and bar-headed geese. Those who enjoy watching birds may find their hobby to be especially gratifying in Bardiya due to the fact that it is home to the greatest diversity of avian species in all of Nepal, including migratory birds.

The Barasinghe deer, whose name literally translates to "one with 12 horns," is a magnificently beautiful animal known for its incredible branching antlers. You'll be greeted by Gangetic dolphins, which are river dolphins that live in freshwater, as you make your journey down the Karnali-Babai river system, which is located within the park, and you'll see crocodiles sunning themselves along the river bank. You may also get the opportunity to spot rare leopards, sloths, hyenas, musk deer, and other animals.

A true one-of-a-kind jungle safari experience can be had at Bardiya, which features approximately 70 percent forest coverage and the remaining 30 percent made up of a mixture of grassland and water. So join Accessible Adventure and get your jungle safari experience in Nepal going!



We will depart Kathmandu on the airplane which will take around one hour in order to arrive in Nepalgunj. In Kathmandu, our tour guides will transport you to the Tribhuvan International Airport. Following completion of the required procedures at the airport, you will join the flight to Nepalgunj. The flight lasts for around one hour in total. As soon as you have landed at Nepalgunj airport, a representative from the resort will be there waiting for you with a sign with your name. Following that, you will have a two-hour ride in a jeep. After you have arrived at Bardia, you should get some rest for a while. In the evening, we have the option of paying a visit to one of the local villages inhabited by the Tharu people. While there, not only will we be able to watch the traditional dances of the Tharu people, but we will also be able to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Bardiya Forest.

3 hr

Following the meal, we will go on an elephant ride in the jungle for many hours, during which time we will have ample possibilities to observe several species of flora, fauna, and vegetation. This activity will take place after we have finished eating. Aside from the fact that it is a lot of fun, going on an elephant safari is also advantageous since it increases your chances of sighting wild animals. This is because wild animals are less likely to be afraid of you when you are riding on top of their friendly mammoth. In addition to this, we are protected from any potential attacks made by the wild animals because we are riding on the elephant. . If you so choose, you can go for a walking safari in the jungle as well with an experienced jungle guide after the Elephant Safari is over.  After completing the Elephant Back ride without incident, we stop for lunch before continuing on to the Crocodile and Elephant Breeding centers. The smaller crocodile and elephant breeding centers in Bardia each have their own modest huts, and most of the stories are told verbally by the people who work at the centers. Our local experts will assist translate their incredible stories so you can better understand them. Towards the evening, we can enjoy and explore the scenic Tharu Village as well.

5 hr

Following breakfast, we have an hour-long trip to the village of Chisapani, which is situated on the banks of the Karnali River. We begin our wildlife discovery tour aboard a Safari raft, which is a relaxing way to enjoy the rivers and wildlife of western Nepal. Our itinerary includes stops at several different national parks. We will be accompanied by an experienced guide who is ideally suited for navigating the river, which does not have any rapids. During the course of the trip, we will have the opportunity to take in the stunning subtropical landscape as well as the diverse array of species. An unforgettable experience awaits those who venture to the wide Karnali River in hopes of spotting wild creatures as they quench their thirst in the water. If you must know, if we were to float down the Karnali River, we would not be the only ones doing so because the river is home to endangered species such as the Gharial crocodile, marsh mugger, and Gangetic dolphins. In addition, this excursion is ideal for birdwatching due to the fact that the Bardia National Park is home to a sizable population of both permanent residents and seasonal avian visitors 

The day ends with a Tharu cultural dance presentation in which you are welcome to participate in and enjoy your last day in Bardiya. 


After indulging in a delectable breakfast at the hotel, we will set off on our trek to the Karnali River so that we may once more observe the dolphins in their natural habitat. After spending some time observing dolphins along the Karnali River, we will get in our vehicle and drive to the Nepalgunj airport so that we can catch a flight back to Kathmandu. We will transfer you back to your hotel as soon as you touch down at Kathmandu's airport.

3-4 hr

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Cost Includes

  • Domestic airport transfers
  • Transfer from Nepalgang to Bardia and from Bardia to Nepalganj.
  • Domestic flight from Kathmandu to Nepalganj and Nepalganj to Kathmandu 
  • During the journey, a government-licensed English-speaking safari guide will accompany you.
  • All local permissions and admission costs
  • Jungle Safari by Jeep 
  • 3 nights’ accommodation at Babai Resort or similar 
  • Meals (3 breakfasts, 3 lunches, and 3 dinners)
  • All the jungle activities as per the itinerary
  • National park entrance fees
  • All government taxes & office service charge

Cost Excludes

  • Travel protection insurance (recommended). (For further information, see the travel insurance page.)
  • International flight tickets to and from Nepal. (See the foreign flights page for further information.)
  • You may easily get a visa upon arrival at Kathmandu's Tribhuvan International Airport (a Tourist Visa with Multiple Entries for 15 days can be purchased for US $ 30 or comparable foreign currencies). Similarly, Tourist
  • Visas with Multiple Entries for 30 and 90 days are available for the US $50 and $ 125, respectively. Please include two passport-sized photographs).
  • After returning from Chitwan, stay in Kathmandu.
  • Guide and driving tips (Tipping is expected)
  • Any other expenses which are not mentioned in the 'Price Include' section. 
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Accessible Adventure is a tour company that is very flexible and has a lot of experience. It focuses on quality adventures rather than a lot of them. For your paragliding trips in Kathmandu, we promise you safety, professionalism, and the best price. Did we tell you that we own a hotel in Kathmandu that can meet your needs? - Excellent knowledge of local culture and customs - Extensive knowledge of the flora and fauna in Bardiya National Park - Best Price Guaranteed - Hassle-free booking - Ethical tourism practices
The climate of Bardia National Park is considered to be subtropical monsoon because it is found in the Terai area of Nepal. The park has three distinct seasons: summer (March to June), monsoon (July to October), and winter (December to February). Each season lasts approximately three months (October to February). Visitors are welcome to come to Bardia National Area at any time during the year; however, the months of February through July and September through December are considered to be the finest times to explore the park. The months of February through July are the best time to go tiger-spotting since that's when the big cats come out to drink at the watering holes. However, during these months, you are forced to endure the scorching heat of the sun. The months of September through December are the best months to visit if you want to minimize your exposure to the sun.

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