Tigers of Bardia

08/14/2020 through 12/28/2020
08/14/2020 through 12/31/2020
Intrepid Travel

Tigers of Bardia

Go in search for a Royal Bengal tiger on a four-day wildlife adventure in the southern foothills of Nepal. Bardia National Park is an unspoilt slice of wilderness and one of the best places in the world to spot these elusive beasts. Beginning in Nepal’s capital, Kathmandu, experience the colourful and welcoming Tharu people on a village visit, and spend time exploring the depths of Bardia for the myriad creatures that call this park home. With local expert guides guiding you in your expedition, let the sights and sounds of the forest lead you to discover tigers, rhinos, deer, elephants, kingfishers, and so much more. Your Tigers of Bardia Short Break Adventure is an expedition fit for the most seasoned wildlife warrior.

Activities

  • Bardia National Park – Safari
  • Bardia National Park – Safari
  • Bardia National Park – Walking Safari

Highlights

  • Bardia National Park is one of the best places in the world for spotting the elusive Royal Bengal tiger in the wild. Be taken on daily safaris in search of the unique wildlife of the region.
  • Keep your eye out for other wildlife that call this park home – Asian elephants, one-horned rhinos, deer, fresh-water dolphins, crocodiles, and rare birds like the kingfisher.
  • Bardia National Park, in Nepal’s southwest, is far from the usual tourist trail and remote enough to feel like you’re deep on a wildlife expedition.
  • Discover the local cultures of the region with a visit to a local Tharu village to learn about the way of life in this region of rural Nepal.

Itinerary

Day 1 Bardia National Park
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Day 2 Bardia National Park
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Day 3 Bardia National Park
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Day 4 Bardia National Park
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