A day with Tiger and Leopard in Bardia

A day with Tiger and Leopard in Bardia

A day with Tiger and Leopard in Bardia

In the heart of Nepal’s wilderness, where lush forests meet vast grasslands and serene rivers flow, lies the enchanting Bardia National Park. It is a realm of untamed beauty and biodiversity, where nature’s most extraordinary creatures roam free.

One fine morning, a group of adventurous souls arrived at the park’s entrance, eager to immerse themselves in the wonders of the wild. Among them was Christine, a passionate wildlife photographer, who had dreamt of encountering a tiger in its natural habitat. Her excitement knew no bounds as she joined the expedition led by Tiger Encounter, a renowned safari company known for its commitment to conservation and responsible tourism.

As the sun began to rise, the group set off on a private safari drive, guided by experienced wildlife enthusiasts. The jeeps rolled through different territories, each with its unique charm. Christine marveled at the diversity of landscapes, from dense forests where birds fluttered among the treetops to open grasslands where herds of deer grazed peacefully.

The anticipation grew with every passing moment. Christine’s heart raced, hoping to catch a glimpse of the elusive tiger. The guide, Manju, an expert tracker, shared fascinating stories of the park’s inhabitants, from the Royal Bengal tiger to the playful Asian elephants and the graceful One-horned rhinoceros.

After a delectable packed lunch, the adventure continued, and the group ventured deeper into the heart of the park. Suddenly, electric energy filled the air – Manju singnaled to the driver to slow down. There, camouflaged in the golden grass, was a majestic tiger, its striking stripes shimmering in the dappled sunlight.

Joining safari tour in Chitwan National Park

Gasps of awe and wonder echoed through the jeep as everyone beheld the magnificent creature. Christine’s camera clicked away, capturing this extraordinary moment in time. The tiger moved with a grace that spoke of untamed power, and the sight left the group spellbound.

But the wildlife spectacle didn’t end with the tiger. As they watched, a parade of other fascinating animals came into view. A family of playful langurs leaped from branch to branch, while a herd of elegant spotted deer grazed nearby. During the Jeep Safari near Lamkauli Fanta, she had the incredible opportunity to spot a leopard multiple times. Overhead, a pair of rare crested serpent eagles soared in the sky, keeping a watchful eye on the proceedings below.

The day passed in a blissful blur, filled with encounters with nature’s wonders. The sun began to set, casting a golden hue over the landscape, and the group reluctantly started their journey back to the park’s entrance.

As the safari came to a close, Christine couldn’t believe how fortunate she was to witness such a spectacle. Bardia had lived up to its reputation as the best place to see a tiger. The memories of this unforgettable experience would forever be etched in her heart.

Back at the camp, the group shared stories around a crackling bonfire, their hearts filled with gratitude for the day’s adventures. They knew they had experienced something truly magical – a day in the wild, surrounded by nature’s grandeur.

In the days that followed, Christine continued her journey through Nepal, but the memories of Bardia and its majestic tigers remained vivid in her mind. She knew that these moments were not just for her; they were a testament to the beauty of the natural world and a reminder of the importance of preserving it for generations to come.

So, Christine pledged to use her photography to raise awareness about wildlife conservation. She hoped that through her images, others would be inspired to cherish and protect the wilderness, ensuring that future generations could also revel in the splendor of a day with majestic tigers at Bardia National Park.

Mr. Lhakpa summarised his own experience of a day with Christine at Bardia National Park.

Tented Camp, Bardia

Which month is best for jungle safari?

In the arid months of March to May, as Bardia National Park’s foliage thins, a prime window emerges for a Jungle Safari. Presenting an ideal chance to glimpse tigers and affording photographers and tourists. A rare and exceptional opportunity to capture these majestic beings through their lenses.

Tiger Tracking in Bardia National Park Outline Itinerary:

  • 01:   Fly to Nepaljung (50 minutes) & Drive to Bardia National Park (2 hrs)
  • 02: Full-day private Jeep Safari inside Bardia National Park
  • 03: Full-day private Jungle walk, core areas of Tiger
  • 04:  Full Day Private Rafting (Wild animals, Birds & dolphin sightseeing) or Jeep Safari
  • 05:  Morning Village tour, departure

Tiger Tracking in Bardia National Park trip itineraries are customizable; according to your choice & the number of days you want to stay. Simply, Contact Us

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