Bardia travel check list
What to Bring:
Binoculars, insect repellent, swimwear, sunhat, suncream, personal medicine, camera, camera batteries, memory cards etc., casual and comfortable clothes, walking shoes, sandals. We suggest that for all jungle activities the color of your clothes should blend with the natural surroundings, in order to lessen the disturbance of wildlife, therefore avoid any bold/bright colours. Long trousers and sleeves will help to protect you against scratches and ticks, especially on jungle walks.
During the winter months, November to February, sweaters and jackets are necessary in the morning and evening, and, during the wet, monsoon months a raincoat and strong shoes are essential.
Seasons and climate of Bardia:
Bardia has a sub-tropical monsoon climate with three distinct seasons - the hot, dry season from mid-February to mid-June, the wet monsoon season from mid-June to late September and the cool dry season from late September to mid-February. The average high temperature is 32.5 degrees celsius and the average low is 17.7 degrees celsius. The average rainfall is 1747.95mm.
Passport and Visa:
Whoever wants to visit Nepal must have a six month valid passport after their journey ends From Nepal. You can get the visa on arrival from the entry point according to immigration rules. The nearest immigration border offices to Bardia National Park are Nepaljung, Dhangadi and Mahendranagar. More information about rules and regulations can be found on the wbsite of the Nepali Immigration Office. Immigration of the government of Nepal.
Rhino Lodge Bardia accept foreign currencies as is permitted by the Nepalese government. We also accept credit cards so you don’t have to fret over money. We have an ATM machine near the national park gate where you can withdraw Nepali currency based on your requirements.