Bardia national park Nepal
Bardia national park is the largest protected area in plain land of the Himalayan country Nepal. National park covers an area of 968 sq. km. established in 1982 AD to protect the ecosystems. Bardia national park is famous for elephant back safari or jungle drive, bird watching and nature walk. National park is a shelter of several endangered species of animals including Bengal tiger, wild elephant, swamp deer, blackbuck, crocodile, Gangetic dolphin etc. Bardia is the best place to see Bengal tigers, wild elephants, freshwater dolphins and black buck antelopes. With lots of things to be viewed and experienced this place is indeed a haven for nature lovers and enthusiasts.
Tourism in Bardia National park
Karnali river rafting Bardia jungle safari
Bird watching tours Bheri river rafting
This National park is popular travel destination for bird watching also; there are over 250 species of birds like florican, giant hornbill, lesser florican, black and white stork, peafowl, herons, kingfishers, flycatchers, Silver-eared mesia, Sarus Crane and woodpeckers etc. Best season for bird watching in Bardia are in March and December. Bardia national park situated 585 km. south west of Kathmandu. An Exhilarating Jungle safari in Bardia National Park provides an excellent wilderness experience.
Flora, fauna, landscape and indigenous Tharu culture of buffer zone communities are main attraction of Bardia. Bardia Jungle safari tours tends to offer wilderness of natural, rich ecosystem which includes birds, water animals, mammals and reptiles of different types. The park’s highlight is royal Bengal tigers, which exist in the park’s dense forest. Jungle safari in Bardia Park can help the tourist to discover a natural beauty that has never been seen before. If you need more information to explore Bardia national park, tours and travel guide for tourism fell free to contact us.