We Organize the following wildlife activities:
Jungle Walk: Our jungle guide and wildlife tracker will take you to the jungle to point out the hidden life of the wildlife, where you can have wildlife experiences by walking safely, quietly, and leisurely through the forest as well as Riverside, where you are sure to see much wildlife, naturally scenery and have great photographic opportunities.
Bird Watching: In addition to the resident spaces, several migratory birds visit the park. Approximately over 400 species can be a sight in the park and buffer zone area that is why Bardia is a paradise of birds as well. Where your walk will be on a sunrise through the jungle and along the river bank.
Jungle Drive: To explore the vast area, is also the way to observe the wildlife. You can cover the big area, stop the jeep and walk to the animal possibilities area as well as see the various types of forests and natural beauty and scenery.
Wildlife Rafting: A full day’s wild rafting on the Karnali River is also the best way to observe the wildlife, which runs across the park. You will be stopped from time to time in the animal possibilities area and observe the wildlife were even not possible to reach by walk, elephant, and jeep. Rafting on great opportunities to sight the river birds, Asiatic Gangetic dolphin, crocodiles, insects, three big animals and much more living in the river system as well as a great fishing in the river.
Visit Black Buck Sanctuary: It is Nepal’s most endangered antelope and is found only in Bardia district. So, the park is actively engaged in conserving the last remaining population of blackbuck surviving at Khairapur in Bardia outside the park. The area is about 35 km south from Thakurdwara, park headquarters which is specially created for them to increase its number and protect the habitation
Fishing: Are you interested in fishing? Then why not try! Let’s head for the fishing. The Karnali and Babai River are famous for Mahasheer (Golden Mahasheer), a King of the fish. Once you catch, you feel to leave them back into the river of its beauty and feeling of its own world.
Camping: We organize a camping trip in community forests, which is a corridor for the wild animals. One can camp at the side of the Karnali River (a park boundary) with the enjoyable place without even a generator, electricity, no air conditions, no fans but with some nature wild mud, wild water, wildlife and feel the spirit of it. Sit, look and listen, you might see wild animals walking through, birds with melodious chirping, and much more.
Village Tour: A stroll through the typical local villages will be the rewarding experience. The Tharu ethnic groups are native to this area and are broadly divided into two groups namely Dangaha and Desauri. Where you can learn about their culture, daily lifestyle, traditions and much more. Your guide will be happy to tell you about these indigenous people. Traditionally they are subsistence farmers and practice their own tribal religious. Handicrafts made by the community members could be bought as souvenirs.
Culture Dance: The villages’ harbors multi-ethnic groups with diverse culture, in which Tharus are the major attractions for tourism. The first settlers of Bardia, Tharu will show you the dance with the story of their own history, culture, traditions, activities, believes like Hurdunguwa, traditional stick dance, and so on. At the end of the dance, the guests are invited to join the dancers.
Crocodile Breeding Center: There is a crocodile breeding center at the park headquarter for Gharial and Marsh mugger to increase its number, which includes two major sections-hatchery and rearing sections. Eggs required for the hatchery is collected from sandbanks of Geruwa and Babai river systems. After getting enough bigger, are replace into the Karnali and Babai River.
Visitor Center: The visitor center has established at the park headquarter to provide the information about the park, wildlife and its biodiversity, and local communities residing in the buffer zone.
Tharu Culture Museum: Tharus are the indigenous groups in Bardia district than other ethnic groups like Bhramin, Kshetri, and People of Mongoloid origin (Magar, Gurung, Tamang etc). So is standing to provide about their culture, living style, and much more. Its main purpose of establishing is to restore vanishing indigenous Tharu cultural heritage. This museum is decorated with needed all materials, like ornaments, foods, equipment, dress, mud made grain storage, husking machine, Tharus God etc. For this, you have to pay a little amount for a management of the museum.
Elephant Breeding Center ( Hattisar): Elephant breeding center is located about 3 km south of the park headquarters which is managed my park. The elephants are extensively used for patrolling and research activities. Since the Park Forest is inaccessible by vehicle during monsoon, the domestic elephant servers as the safest mode of transportation to cross flooded rivulets and move around water-logged areas. Elephants are also available to visitors for safari with a service fee.
Ox Cart Ride: For those who love the old ethnic traditional way of transportation, we have an ox cart. This will give you an experienced of the unique mode of transport while riding on the old dirt roads of the nearby Tharu village.
The additional we organize, which are not included in our standard package program. If you wish to make your stay longer in Bardia, then please choose the activities which are not mentioned below. Please ask your program in charge for.
- A tour to Blackbuck Sanctuary outside the park at Khairapur by jeep, bus, cycle or motorbike.
- Fishing in Karnali River / Babai River with our experienced fishing guide. Also, we organize for fishing in Bheri River.
3 Camping next to Park, in community forests which in joint in park’s border) in Karnali river bank.
- A bird watching tour to Ghodo-Ghodi Lake.
- A 2 Nights/ 3 Days camping tour to Sukhla phanta wildlife reserve.
- Telpani trek to Chuira hill- 3 nights/4 days.
- Tour to Khaptad National Park.
- We also organize 5 days Bheri rafting, 9 days Karnali rafting. Departure from the hotel.