Bardiya National Park is situated in the mid-far western Tarai, eastern banks of the Karnali River, about 400km from Kathmandu Valley. The park covers 968 sq. km and extends from the Chure hills southward to the gentle slopes of the Bhabhar Pardesh. Bardiya National Park is home to different endangered animals, endangered birds, and different kinds of mammals. About 70% of the park is covered dominantly with Sal forest with a balance of mixture of grassland and savanna forest.
During Bardiya National Park tour visitors can see the different kinds of endangered animals such as rhinoceros, West Bengal tiger, wild elephant, swamp deer, black buck, Gharial, marsh mugger, and crocodile. Similarly in Bardiya National Park visitors can see some endangered species of birds such as the Bengal florican, silver-eared mesia, sarus crane, and lesser florican. In the same way, visitors in Bardia national parks can see the different species of mammals such as rhesus monkey, langur monkey, jungle cat, large and small Indian civets, common leopard, fishing cat, palm civet, wild dog, hyena, jackal, otter, sloth bear, porcupine, blue cow, bandicoots, hog deer, barking deer, and wild boar.
There are several ways to visit Bardiya National Park such as elephant back safari, jeep drive, and jungle walk. Elephant back safari is the best way to visit and see the dangerous wildlife through your bare eyes. Elephant back riding takes you to the inner part of the Bardiya National Park where you will encounter various wild animals. This is one of the lively and thrilling wildlife experiences that will knock you all over your life.
If you are in a hurry and want to visit all areas of Bardiya National Park zip safari is the best for you. Through zip safari, you can visit Bardiya National Park and see the important animals and bird species of the park. A jungle walk is best for watching beautiful species of birds in Bardiya National Park. Bardiya National Park tour can be combined with other interesting activities such as rafting in the Karnali River, Tharu’s village tour, and participating in the cultural program performed by the Tharu people.
Highlights of the tour Different kinds of endangered animals such as rhinoceros, West Bengal tiger, wild elephant, swamp deer, black buck, Gharial, marsh mugger and crocodile, different species of endangered birds such as Bengal florican, silver eared mesia, sarus crane and lesser florican, different species of mammals such as langur monkey, rhesus monkey, common leopard, jungle cat, fishing cat, large and small Indian civets, palm civet, hyena, wild dog, jackal, sloth bear, otter, porcupine, blue cow, and wild boar, crocodile breeding center, Tharu villages and cultural program.