Bardia National Park is the largest and protected national park of Nepal covering an area of 374 square miles. At the foot of the Siwalik Hills, the park is bordered by the Karnali River on its eastern side, while the Babai River flows through the national park.
The area is well preserved by department of national park and wildlife conservations of Nepal, the main purpose being preservation of endangered or declining species.
The park provides shelter to 125 species of fish, 23 species of reptiles and amphibians, 407 species of birds and 53 species of mammals.
Among the most common species that you will come across are one horned rhinoceros, monkeys, royal Bengal tigers, swamp deers, wild elephants, crocodiles, water buffalos, dolphins including several reptiles.
Approximately 70% of the park is covered in forest that has a balanced mixture of grasslands, savannas and riverine forests. In total, 839 species of flora and 642 species of fauna can be found while visiting the park.
The flora and fauna of the park are noted for their abundance and diversity. The nature lovers will be amazed at the number of species that exist in the park.
The vegetation in the park is noted for its fine range of aromatic foliage, a wide range of diverse flowers, shrubs, & trees noted for its diversity. The park also has earned the praise of many nature lovers because of its aesthetic appeal and ecological functions. It is a very good place for strolling and enjoying the beauty of nature.
There are several jungle safari options in the park to visit for their recreational pursuits.
Bardia is also famous for the Tharu community. Their culture and tradition are unique and draw the attention of travelers inside and outside the country. Tharu dance is really very engaging and the steps are catchy so you can also join them too.
For lively experience with rare animals like bengal tigers and one-horned rhinos, and a unique experience of wilderness in the deep woods, Bardia National Park tour of 6 days has it all. For more information and any questions and queries, please feel free to email us.