Dolphin seen in Nepal is also known as susu, or gangetic dolphins.These dolphin belong to one of only three species of freshwater dolphins in the world and, like their cousins in the Amazon and Indus, are highly endangered. A small, isolated population survives in the far west of Nepal, downstream of the Chisapani gorge in the Karnali River. Before the 2008 flood, dolphins used to cavort openly in the outflow of the Koshi Barrage, less than a dozen kilometres from Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve; since then spottings have been less frequent, though three stranded dolphins were rescued by the army and released back into the Koshi in early 2009.
Bardiya National Park is diversified with a variety of life which includes at least 150 species of reptiles and fish, over 400 species of birds and around 48 different mammals and therefore is an excellent destination to spot endangered wildlife species.It is the largest and most undisturbed national parks with largest wilderness area located in the Terai region of Nepal.
Upon your arrival in Kathmandu our guide will pick you up and transfer in hotel. Overnight in hotel
After breakfast at the Hotel, we will cover popular places like Swyambhunath, Jalnarayan and Pashupatinath. After the lunch, in the after or late evening we will fly to Nepalgunj. Overnight at Hotel.
Next morning after breakfast we will drive to Tikapur and do jungle safari in the afternoon.
After the breakfast we will go for boating in Karnali River to see the gangetic river dolphin (optional rafting min 5 person
Early morning we will go for bird watching followed by tour to banana restaurant and in evening watching Tharu cultural programme
Tour Cost: USD 920$ per person
Tour Cost: INR 62500.00 per person
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