Wild Trak Lodge, situated adjacent to Bardia National Park, is a place you can relax and refuel from your jungle and trekking adventures. Due to the close vicinity of the park to the lodge it is possible to see tigers, elephants and rhino right from the grounds.
It has been designed with inspiration from local Tharu construction and the rooms are luxuriously large with thick comfortable mattresses on the beds and large bathrooms with hot water. The rooms surround a large wildlife pond which brings the wildlife into you while you relaxing at the lodge. It aso has a large dining space with watch tower which views right into the national park.
At Wild Trak Lodge we pride ourselves in making our guests feel at home, offering traditional Nepali food such as Dal Bhat but also western style foods too. We cater for all dietary requirements and with enough notice we can arrange to have specific foods served to you with a smile! Most of our food is freshly grown at our lodge with all other foods being sourced locally. We are also happy to serve you a great range of soft drinks, juices, teas, coffees, beer and spirits. The rooms surround a large wildlife pond which brings the wildlife into you while you relaxing at the lodge.
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We offer the following:
- walking safari
- elephant safari
- jeep safari
- bird watching
- gangetic river dolphin
- black buck
- Tharu culture and village walk
- volunteering and Tharu homestay
- wildlife research
Interaktion mit Gästen
Your Hosts & Guides
Zoologist John Sparshatt, the founder of Wild Trak Adventure is an adventurer and photographer from Yorkshire, England who is well travelled, photographing amazing wild scenery and wildlife from around the globe. John is experienced in leading expeditions deep in the Amazon jungles of Ecuador and has organised treks in Africa, Asia and Europe. He is a general naturalist with a special interest in spiders and has a taste for adventure and excitement.
Highly experienced senior nature guide and co-founder of Wild Trak Adventure, Sitaram Chaudhary is local to Bardia and is of the local Tharu culture. He has guided in Bardia National Park for 15 years and is a specialist tracker with a passion for finding tigers. He is also a keen birdwatcher and regularly trains student guides in the park.
John and Sitaram first met in 2006 while John was exploring Nepal. They quickly became great friends and continued to work together, developing and building their knowledge of the country and its nature. Both their passion and knowledge brought them together which has culminated in them building Wild Trak Lodge so that they could show to other people what incredible delights Nepal has to offer.
Weitere wichtige Infos
The lodge has the below facilities availiable:
- 24 Hour Electricity
- Rooms have multiple power sockets which accept all types of plugs
- Hot water
- Mosquito nets and cooling fans in room
- Thick comfortable mattresses
- Western Style Toilets
- Extensive Plant & Wildlife Library
- Music system in dining hall
- Cable TV in dining hall
- Bicycle rental
- Camping & jungle equipment rental
- Camera equipment rental, including 400mm lens and 1.4 convertor, tripod, monopod and camera trapping equipment.
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