Kathmandu Bardia Tour takes you on a week long tour in Bardia National Park. This tour consists of many natural wildlife aspects that let you travel around the Bardia National Park. This tour is prefe
Kathmandu Bardia Tour takes you on a week long tour in Bardia National Park. This tour consists of many natural wildlife aspects that let you travel around the Bardia National Park. This tour is preferable for those travelers who want to observe the wildlife and natural ecosystem in a very close and personal way. It’s a tour that will help you get closer with nature and the animals living in the lush green forests of Bardia National Park.
Our Kathmandu Bardia Tour commences at Kathmandu, where we spend a day exploring all the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Kathmandu that include- Pashupatinath, Boudhanath, Swayambhunath and vibrant Kathmandu Durbar Square. After the tour of Kathmandu, we take a flight to Nepalgunj located at far-western part of Nepal. And afterward we take a drive to Bardia National Park which is a heaven for a wide variety of wildlife, the Bardia National Park was originally formed to protect the various ecosystems found in the area, and to conserve tigers. The Park has become one of the finest in Nepal. Lush dense forests, savannah and riverine woodlands are home to an incredibly diverse range of flora and fauna. Endangered species such as Rhinoceros, Wild elephant, Tiger, Swamp deer, Gharial crocodile, Gangetic Dolphin, Bengal florican and the Sarus crane are all found here. More than 30 different mammals, over 300 species of resident and migratory birds and many reptiles and fishes have been found to be thriving here. Sal trees thickly forest it. In the park you will spend your days with jungle walks, elephant safari, jeep safari and boat riding. Bardia is also a popular destination for bird watching situated in the far west of Nepal. A boat ride on the slow moving in the river side of Karnali provides a plenty of opportunities to view a variety of birds like Ruddy shelduck, Darters, Brahmin Kites, Brown Headed Gulls, Cormorants, Oriental Pied Hornills, Night Heron and majestic peacocks, etc.
On arrival at Kathmandu, after clearing immigration and customs, step into the receiving area where your local tour guide will greet you and transfer you to your hotel for check-in.
Baudhanath Stupa. There is nowhere quite like Bodhnath. Asia’s largest stupa (temple) pulses with life as thousands of pilgrims gather daily to make a kora (ritual circumnavigation) of the dome, to spin the many prayer wheels, beneath the watchful eyes of the Buddha, which gazes out from the gilded central tower. You will see Tibetan monks in maroon robes and with shaved heads wander around the prayer flag–decked streets. You’re welcome to spin the prayer wheels, enjoy the view, or take a cup of local tea in one of the many cafes and watch the many people perform their prayers.
After breakfast drive to domastic airport fly to Nepaljung. It is nearest airport from Barida National park and from Nepalgunj we need to drive around 1 hours to reach Bardia National park.
Bardia National Park is a protected area in Nepal that was stablished in 1988 as a Royal Bardia National Park. Area of National Park is 968 km2 ( 374 sq mi). It is the largest and most undisturbed wilderness area of Nepal. Bardia is popular to see the Bengal Tiger and many more wild animals and birds
After breakfast you go to inside the jungle with local guide and he will bring you Tinkuna ( mid point of 2 rivers ) which is very popular place to see tigers and other many more animals.
DAY 05: Full Day Activities in Bardia National Park including Jeep Safari
In Jeep Safari Bardia National Park is as the best sport in Nepal to see Bengal Tigers in their Natural habitat. In jeep safari most change to go morning and sunset time jungle safari. Where might not only get change to see Tigers but one horns Rhino Hyenas, different types of deer wild board any many more birds as well
After breakfast drive back to Nepalgunj and fly back to Kathmandu
Half day sightseeing
Pashupati Temple.One of the most mesmerizing rituals at Pashupatinath Temple is the Pashupati Bagmati Aarati (a religious ritual which involves cleansing in the river, or in oil). Bagmati is the holy river which flows through the temple. The river divides the temple into two sides, with the main Pashupatinath Temple being on one side and the location of the Aarati is performed on the other.Bagmati has great importance in Hindu religion. It is believed that taking a holy bath on this river washes away sins.
Swyambhy Stupa (Monkey Temple)A journey up to the Buddhist temple and Unesco World Heritage Site of Swayambhunath is one of the definitive experiences of Kathmandu. Mobbed by monkeys and soaring above the city on a lofty hilltop, the ‘Monkey Temple’ is a fascinating, chaotic jumble of Buddhist and Hindu iconography. Even the 2015 earthquake failed to topple Kathmandu's best loved temple. You will see many monkeys who will continue to go about their business while you enjoy the views of the stupa. You can also walk up the 365 stone steps and be rewarded with a view of the whole Kathmandu Valley along with the monkeys.
Bhaktapur Durbar Square
After breakfast there will be a shorter drive to Bhaktapur Durbar Square. Bhaktapur, once the capital city of the Malla reign has remained one of the major attractions for tourists from the beginning of tourism activities in Nepal. Since the downfall of the Rana-Regime, Nepal has opened up to the outside world and has observed gradual growth in incoming cultural tourists. Many tourism entrepreneurs have established souvenir shops in Bhaktapur and it is a bustling, spiritual place. Enjoy the rustic shops, local Nepalese people and the magnificent temples surrounding you.
Patan Durbar Square is the ancient Royal Palace of Patan and faces on to a magnificent Durbar Square. This concentrated mass of temples is perhaps the most visually stunning display of Newari architecture to be seen in Nepal.
We will drive you to the airport as per your flight schedule. So today willbe a rest day;this is so that you can spend some time trying to figure out how to repack your bag with the multiple gifts and presents you’ve bought for your family (and yourself) back into your suitcase! This is the dilemma of those who visit Nepal. You might also like to have a final cup of local tea, and just take in a lovely long breath of the Nepali air as you say your farewells.