Nepal is a country known for its beautiful mountains, yet, the western lands of this elongated country that stretches east-west, provide a wholly different experience. Any visit to Nepal is incomplete without witnessing the beauty of the forests and rich wildlife found in many national parks of Nepal. And Bardiya is one of the best places in Nepal for the wildlife experience. Bardiya National Park was established in 1976 as a hunting reserve and in 1988, changed its status as a National Park. It provides a great wildlife experience with its rich flora and fauna. While Africa has its fame, a wildlife experience in Nepal will certainly stand out in many respects.
Less explored than other national parks and less explored by foreigners, Bardiya in western Nepal is relatively humid in the summer with peak temperatures reaching a little above 40°C. Compared to Kathmandu, in Bardiya the monsoon is intense, with pounding rain and diverse vegetation. The best time to visit here are the autumn months with gorgeous mountain views and lush vegetation providing you a complete forest experience.
Arrive at your resort and relax in the late afternoon. In the evening, discover the indigenous Tharu culture with a tour.
A full-day safari in the rich forests of Bardiya. In between, you can go to one of the mighty rivers of the west for a swim with Gangetic Dolphins or just to see them play. In the forests, too, you will have a chance to witness wild elephants and one-horned rhinoceros - the natives of the riverine forests.
Take a jeep safari for 3 hours through the forest to witness tigers and other animals. In the late afternoon, cruise upon an elephant’s back through the forest.
Get up early for bird-watching and explore the surrounding village. Later in the morning after lunch, depart to Kathmandu or Pokhara based on your plan.
As a government-registered trekking and travel company, we feel it is in our best interest to offer the best possible services to our national and international customers. While striving to maintain a high quality of service and competitiveness, we have put forward these conditions that will benefit you when you select to travel with us in Nepal. These conditions are applicable when you book with us directly.
For tours within Nepal and Bhutan, you should pay a non-refundable 20% of the total cost at the time of booking. For tours in Tibet, the booking cost is 50%; and the rest can be paid at our office in Nepal before starting the trek.
A travel insurance is mandatory in Nepal. And even if it is not by some authorities, we recommend that you have one. A comprehensive travel insurance package is required to cover medical expenses, emergency evacuations, accidents, cancellations, loss or theft of personal property such as electronic items and luggage, among others. Adventure White Mountain is not liable for the damage and loss of your personal effects.
Risk and Liabilities
We will notify you of any change in travel regulations in Nepal, Bhutan, and Tibet but we cannot be held responsible for unknown restrictions, disasters, adverse political activities, delay, accident and/or sickness. Costs incurred in such circumstances is your liability. A good way to do it is to mention it to your travel insurance company.
Change of Price
Adventure White Mountain reserves the right to make slight changes in price in terms of foreign currency exchange rates, economic inflation or government actions.
While last-minute booking is not available for Bhutan and Tibet, we can arrange it for treks in Nepal. With full payment, you can book with us just seven days ahead of the tour date.
If you want to cancel your trip, you should inform us in writing 14 days ahead of the tour date. The cancellation charge is USD 180; but if you do not wish to pay the cancellation charge, you can transfer the trip to a person of your choice. In case of Bhutan and Tibet, the cancellation charge is 20 to 50 percent and you should write to us at least 30 days ahead of the tour date.
Tours not Completed
Adventure White Mountain is not liable for refunds for tours not completed due to personal reasons. However, in situations of unforeseen circumstances such as disasters, political blockades and/or adverse weather conditions, we will arrange another trip for you instead.
If you want to postpone your trip, you should inform us in writing at least 30 days ahead of the tour date. The postpone charge is USD 120 and the rest is transferred at a later date. In case of Bhutan and Tibet, the postpone charge is 20 to 50 percent of the total.
Flight Delays & Cancellation
In many parts of Nepal flight delays are common; and in really bad weather, the flights are canceled altogether. For such days, you should carry extra money for accommodation and food.
If the above itinerary does not meet your needs, we can design individualized travel plans based on your preferences
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