It is one of the most popular national parks in Nepal for jungle safari, Bardia National Park has been successfully attracting thousands of visitors every year. The undisturbed wilderness your experience here will be astounding. Bardia Jungle Safari offers a greater range of habitats for that wildlife are on the verge of extinction. Bardia National Park is located in the Terai region of Nepal and is the abode of rare and endangered species of plants and animals. Occupying an area of 968 sq km, it is popularly known as the largest and the most serene and tranquil conserved area in the Tarai part of Chitwan and Bardia. It is the shelter for the endangered Royal Bengal Tiger and Nepal’s famous one-horned rhinoceros.
A visit to Bardia National Park offers a number of interesting and exciting activities such as River Rafting in Karnali, a jungle safari in Bardia National Park, fishing, and the like. A great variety of flora and fauna in the park, and picturesque grassland make Bardia National Park distinctive from other national park in Nepal.
Most significantly, the notable wildlife includes tiger, elephant, rhinoceros, and five different species of deer. Similarly, two unique species of crocodile and some resident Gangetic dolphins also are found in the Karnali River. The park hosts 30 different mammals and more than 250 species of birds. The creation of Banke National Park in 2010 borders Bardia and stretches over 550 sq km. collectively, both parks form the biggest tiger conservation area in Asia.