Kathmandu Valley and Bardiya National Park Tour-Cost, Distance, Itinerary, In Nepal

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Introduction To Kathmandu Valley and Bardia National Park Tour

The Kathmandu Valley and Bardiya National Park Tour is a cultural and nature tour combined. We go to places that have been designated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

A collection of architectural treasures, ancient traditions, and exquisite wood craftsmanship may be seen in Kathmandu Valley and Bardiya National Park Tour.

Then proceed to Bardia National Park, Nepal’s largest national park. The jungle activities in the Bardia tour include nature walks, elephant-back safaris, bird-watching, and boat safaris.

During your visit to Bardia National Park, you will also get to see the true Tharu culture of western Nepal.

Kathmandu Valley & Bardiya National Park Tour
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Kathmandu is a long way from Bardia. The sighting of wild Royal Bengal tigers, elephants, and rhinos is relatively easy. As a result, this is the ideal wildlife trip.

This vacation package is excellent for all types of travelers, including family groups, young solitary travelers, and couples.  Nature is always professional, and the tour guide is always present.

Highlights Of Kathmandu Valley and Bardia National Park Tour

The Kathmandu Valley and Bardiya National Park Tour
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  • Before drinking coffee in Kathmandu Durbar Square, climb the stairs to Swayambhunath, Kathmandu’s famous ‘Monkey Temple.’
  • Birdwatching, Jungle, and Nature Walk.
  • Bardia National Park offers jungle safaris.
  • Possibility of meeting a Royal Bengal Tiger and a one-horned rhinoceros.
  • Village tour, cultural program, boating and canoeing trip, and nature tour and visit to Crocodile Breeding Center.

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Overview Of Kathmandu Valley and Bardiya National Park Tour

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  • The Kathmandu Valley and Bardia National Park tour combine cultural visits with animal activities, Visits to UNESCO World Heritage Sites of our Kathmandu Valley and Bardiya National Park Tour.
  • We may see a vast assortment of architectural marvels, historical traditions, and superb woodwork here. A bit further out lies the hilltop town of Nagarkot, a favorite spot for seeing the sunrise and sunset over the Himalayas.
  • Following that, we go on a Bardia Jungle Safari, touring the sub-tropical forests of Bardia National Park, Nepal’s largest national park.
  • We participate in a variety of interesting jungle activities while here, including a nature walk, elephant-back safari, bird-watching, and boat safari.


We will be met at the Tribhuwan International Airport (TIA) in Kathmandu by a representative from Himalayan Glacier, who will transport us to our accommodation. We rest or go to the Himalayan Glacier's office after checking in. A welcome supper will be served by Himalayan Glacier in the evening. You will be served superb real Nepalese cuisine for supper, which will provide you with an introduction to Nepalese cuisine.

After breakfast, we embark on a guided tour of four of Kathmandu's UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The palaces of the ancient kings who ruled over the Kathmandu Kingdom can be found in Kathmandu Durbar Square. Pashupatinath Temple is one of the holiest Hindu pilgrimage places on the planet. In Kathmandu, we also visit well-known Buddhist stupas. Swayambhunath, in the heart of the city, is also known as Monkey Temple by visitors due to the enormous number of monkeys in the temple grounds. Bouddhanath is one of the world's largest stupas, as well as one of Kathmandu's holiest Buddhist pilgrimage and tourism destinations. Over 50 Tibetan gompas or monasteries can be found in the Boudhnath area. In Kathmandu, spend the night.

Patan Durbar Square, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is rich in ancient arts and architecture. We also go to Bhakatpur, an alluring city with a genuine indigenous way of life that has been kept over centuries of isolation from Kathmandu's rush and bustle. While at the main square, we can see the Nyata-Pola Temple, the Golden Gate, water spouts, and the 55 Window Palace, all of which combine to create a magical outdoor theater for visitors. In Bhaktapur, we also immerse ourselves in the authentic delicacy of the people. Then we go to Nagarkot, a Himalayan village famous for its sunrise and sunset vistas, and enjoy amazing sunset views in the Himalayas. Nagarkot is where you'll spend the night.

We get up early in the morning to see the dawn over the Himalayas. We drive to the Tribhuwan International Airport in Kathmandu after breakfast and fly to Nepalgunj in western Nepal. We drive to the Bardia National Park and check into our accommodation from there. We go on a tour of a traditional Tharu village after lunch. The Tharus are thought to be the first people to live in the local bush. We'll also go to the Bardia National Park visitor center and take a tour of the park's crocodile farm. Bardia National Park is where you'll spend the night.

After breakfast, we set off on foot into the woods. We'll be escorted by a naturalist and a porter. Asian elephants, one-horn rhinoceros, spotted deer, hog deer, barking deer, samber, swamp deer, black buck, wild boar, royal Bengal tiger, leopard, golden jackal, striped hyena, and other wild species live in the humid woods of Bardia. There are also towers (Machan) at various locations throughout the jungle where we can wait for unsuspecting wildlife to pass by. Our knowledgeable naturalist will assist us in tracking down the wildlife. After the forest excursion, we return to our resort for dinner and a traditional Tharu dance performance. The National Park is where you'll spend the night.

We drive for an hour after breakfast to Chisapani, a settlement on the Karnali River. On a Safari float, we begin our wildlife discovery tour, which is a relaxing way to see the rivers and wildlife of western Nepal. We will be accompanied by a trained guide who is well-suited to navigating the river's lack of rapids. We get to appreciate the lovely sub-tropical terrain as well as the abundant wildlife along the way. It will be an unforgettable experience to see wild creatures quenching their thirst in the wide Karnali River. The Karnali River is home to endangered Gharial crocodiles, marsh muggers, and Gangetic dolphins, so we won't be the only ones floating down it. This excursion is also ideal for birdwatching, as the Bardia National Park is home to a diverse range of resident and migratory birds. The day comes to a close with another Tharu ethnic dance performance. Bardia National Park is where you'll spend the night.

Following breakfast, we embarked on an exciting elephant-back safari. Aside from the fun, another advantage of an elephant-back safari is that you have a better chance of sighting wild creatures because they are less scared when you're riding on top of their gigantic friend. Furthermore, riding the elephant protects us from any potential wild animal threats. We may witness deer, languor monkeys, rhinos, and wild boars as the elephants migrate northwest. We return to Nepalgunj after the safari and fly to Kathmandu. In Kathmandu, spend the night.

Today is the last day of our Nepal adventure! About 3 hours before the scheduled departure, a representative from Himalayan Glacier will transport us to the airport.



  • -Private vehicle shuttles run between Nepalgunj/Ambasa and Bardia.
  • -Twin/double shared accommodation in a jungle resort in Bardia National Park.
  • -In Bardia, there are three breakfasts, two lunches, and three dinners.
  • -Transport in a luxurious private vehicle (s)
  • National park admission fees and taxes are paid by an English-speaking, qualified natural local guide.
  • -All forest activities are listed in the program in Bardia National Park.
  • -Private premium car transfer (arrival/departure).
  • -Local transportation is required and is provided by a private premium vehicle.
  • -In Kathmandu, stay in a standard hotel.


  • Bills for drinks and beverages at a bar.
  • -Fees for Nepalese visas, Flights within the United States and/or internationally
  • -Nepalgunj to Kathmandu / Pokhara flights and ground transfers
  • -If the trip is extended, there will be an additional charge.
  • -Personal travel insurance, and tipping your guide, and assistants are all things to consider.
  • -Insurance for travelers.
  • - All expenses incurred as a result of unavoidable occurrences such as flight cancellation, personal illness, strike, political unrest, etc.
How do I get from Kathmandu to Bardia National Park?

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From Kathmandu, there are daily buses to Mahendrenagar (alight at Ambassa). The bus ride takes roughly 15 hours and takes you through mountains and woods before passing through the mostly flat and rural Terai. Tickets start at 1200 Nepalese Rupees (about $17).

What is Bardia National Park famous for?

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Bardiya National Park, with an area of 968 square kilometers, is the largest national park in the lowland Terai. The park, which is located in Nepal’s Western Terai, was formed to safeguard representative ecosystems and conserve tiger and prey species habitat.

How many tigers are in Bardia National Park?

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WWF’s Tiger Survey in Bardia National Park According to a tiger monitoring research conducted in Nepal’s Terai Arc Landscape, there are 56 wild tigers in Bardia National Park, an increase of six from the national park’s 2013 estimate. The existence of breeding tigers and cubs in the protected region is a positive finding.

How far is it from Kathmandu to Royal Bardia National Park?

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Kathmandu and Royal Bardia National Park are 376 kilometers apart.

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