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Girwa river road Thakurdwara, Bardia, Bardia National Park 00977 Nepal
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Bardia Wildlife Resort is located on the bank of a tributary of the Karnali river, directly opposite Bardia National Park. We pride ourselves in giving our guests the complete Bardia wildlife experience. At our resort you’ll find an assortment of traditional Tharu-style cottages set amongst beautiful landscaped gardens designed to mirror the Bardia National Park and which provide much of the organic produce we use to cook delicious Nepali dishes all year round. The resort rests on the edge of a tributary of the Karnali river, only ten minutes walk from the park headquarters. The many birds that fly over our garden and the surprise visit from wild animals have almost changed our resort into a park itself. Our resort, established in 1994, prides itself on employing strictly local guides therefore keeping your experience genuine. The ten huts, set among a beautiful garden are furnished with comfortable single and twin beds, are decorated in traditional Tharu style have attached batroom
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Yoga classes
Bar / lounge
Bicycle rental
Bicycles available
Children's television networks
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Electric vehicle charging station
Parking garage
Secured parking
Street parking
Free internet
Breakfast available
Breakfast in the room
Kids' meals
Shuttle bus service
Car hire
Fax / photocopying
Baggage storage
Currency exchange
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor furniture
Sun terrace
Sun umbrellas
ATM on site
Private check-in / check-out
Laundry service
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Smoking rooms available
Bottled water
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English, French, Hindi


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Girwa river road Thakurdwara, Bardia, Bardia National Park 00977 Nepal
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Nepalganj Airport30 miSee all flights
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Saugat and his family were great hosts and very hospitable. The food was great, the accommodation was embedded in culture and tradition and the wildlife was fantastic. We saw plenty of Rhinos; playing, mating and roaming free... a few tigers and many other great species of wildlife
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land lord and land lady so genuine that i felt like being in a family in the evening around the bond fire eating telling story. sharing their life in a natural way. Room was great. I love hard mattress so was happy.In my trip to Nepal my two favourite places were Boddhanath in Katmandou and bardia wildlife resort.I really wanted to stay longer but I did not know I could cancel my rbnb. Went with Hira and laxmi on a couple of safari walk it was so good to be with women pampering you (I'm 68). wanted to go and walk in the surrounded villages where the people invite you for a cup of tea and you can feel how they live. I chose the wildlife resort because Hira was the first woman guide in the national park and I am a bit of a feminist.If in Nepal for three weeks on another trip i'll definitely stay 10 days at Bardia. The place and the people are so welcoming and treat you nice and cool.
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Staying here was one of the top experiences during my four months visit in Nepal. While being in jungle, the guides were professional. Indeed, they are crazy for tigers (crazy!), and other big animals, but at the same time into the entire rich ecology of Bardia. At the begining of my stay I stated I'm interested in birds. From then on they were spotting and explaining about different owls, owlets, eagles, king-fishers, hornbills, pigeons, drongos, oriols, and many others (and I had the impression that it excites them as much as it excited me). I did jungle walkings, jeep safaries and camping - all were good and worth doing. Regarding safety, I felt that the guides are ambitious but responsible, and know when to dare and when to back off. Generally speaking, the staff is in deep connection with nature - when otters appeared in the river section by the hotel, everyone went out to watch them, and in one morning the owner was telling about a leoperd that hunted a young pig in one of the neighbor houses. The atmosphere in the resort is good. First, garden is beautiful! Each day ends by the fire, drinking and sharing stories about the day or whatever. Twice guests introduced their own food at dinner, and staff got the needed groceries and helped cooking. It seemed to me that whatever need or a wish one of the guests had (special food, birthday party, atm, going to a specific lake etc), the owners regarded it as it was at least a wish of their own, and with a lovely and honest way. They are very experienced and humble, and whenever I consulted with them it was helpful. My room was convenient and pleasant. Regarding food, I mostly ate Dal Bhat, which was really really tasty (and slightly different every day).
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The staff in Bardia Wildlife Resort is really helpful and friendly. They adviced me properly on the divers activities in the Park according to my low budget. I spend five amazing days exploring the jungle on foot and spend a night in treehouse. Their guides are well trained and know perfectly the park and the habits of wild animals. The bungalows are clean with good bed and their surrounding is pleasant.
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+ I planned on staying 2 nights-in the end i was there for 5. super nice place and great people! the safari guide Baba is the loveliest human ever! The garden is super nice, you can chill in a hammock and enjoy the sounds of nature! - they had two big partys there from people who came from outside and i had to escape, because people got crazy and from 10am to 7pm it was just loud and annoying
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NepalMid-Western RegionBheri ZoneBardia National Park
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