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Bardia Jungle Safari is designed for those travelers who wish to visit Bardia National Park, Nepal. This day tour will take you to Tiger Tracking, Elephant Tracking, Jungle/Nature walk, Bird watching, Full day wild sightseeing, Jeep safari, Dolphin...more
We visited Bardia in May because this is one of the hottest months in this region and that would greatly improve our chances of seeing larger mammals as they come out in search of water. We were not disappointed.
We stayed at Mr B's place...More
Together with our guide Manmohan of Bardia Homestay we walked almost a full Day through this National Park. We saw Some crocodile, spotted Dear and birds. Manmohan knew them all by name and than showed them in a book. After a phone of a collegue...More
Bardiya National park is one of its best and very diverse in natural resource and wildlife. Jungle safari and stay locally in bardiya makes you feel a jungle can be a home. Very amazing place to be. Unexplored diversity will definitely leads you to create...More
Bardiya National park is more known to see Tiger in Nepal. It's almost sure to see Tiger if you happens to be here from various Tiger points. I had done Jeep Safari through the Jungle. Had to wait for 3 hours though to witness Tigers...More
This is an incredible experience. You are walking into this amazing park surrounded by all sort of wild animals. Watching wild life is always difficult and not always you can spot the great Nepali predators or wild elephants but it's always absolutely worth it
We did a one-day safari here in the monsoon season, which possibly isn't the best time of year to visit. Our road was washed away in places by the rains, but our drivers were very resourceful in finding alternative routes, even if it meant hacking...More
If you want full adventure and want to see the Royal Bengal tiger in front of your eyes then go to the jungle walk but not the Jeep or elephant safari. It's too much adventurous and too much fun. Just go through the dangerous wooden...More