Bardia National Park
Wildlife enthusiasts have a ton of opportunities at Bardiya National Park. The environment at Bardiya is completely intact and undisturbed, as it is a national park with very little human interference. The deep forests of Bardiya are home to several animal species like the Bengal Tiger, the biggest member of the cat family, the Asiatic Elephant, and the Indian Leopard.
The tour and safari through Bardiya National Park in Nepal are ideal excursions. The brief Royal Bardiya jungle adventure tour lasts only four days, yet it is jam-packed with incredible animal adventures in the steamy woods of Nepal's Bardia national park. While here, we participate in the native culture of the original residents near the forest and keep ourselves occupied with activities like nature walks, boat safaris, bird watching, and elephant-back safaris. Numerous natural species, including endangered and rare plants and animals, may be found in Bardiya National Park.
Bardiya National Park and Chitwan National Park are relatively comparable in the way they offer quite similar experiences. Bardiya National Park is more isolated and has higher possibilities of seeing uncommon animals than Chitwan National Park. The area is incredibly serene, and the forest strolls and safari provides an authentic vibe. Compared to Chitwan National Park, it has a smaller number of lodges and hotels, but there are still sufficient lodges to accommodate you. The largest tiger protection area Bardiya also has a small elephant birthing sanctuary and a crocodile breeding facility.
You may also view some of the rarest and most stunning birds soaring on the shores of the Karnali River in the morning if you float down the river. The boating can also lead you to locations where elephants, tigers, and numerous antelopes drink the water in the morning or even at dusk. You may also stroll to barren meadows to see the sunset over the Karnali River.
Area: 968 sq.km (374 sq.mi)
Established: 1988 AD
Attractions: Bardiya National park is well known for big cats like leopards and Bengal tigers.
Activities: Jungle Safari, Bird Watching, Locating Tiger Species, Elephant Back Riding
Vegetation: 839 plant species, Tropical Rainforest
Wildlife: Rusty-Spotted Cat, Swamp Deer, Fishing Cat, Royal Bengal Tiger, Gangetic Dolphin in Karnali River
Aquatic: 125 species of Fishes
Birds: 407 species of fledgling and 11 threatened species of birds such as Garganey, Mallard, Greylag Goose, Northern Shoveler, Knob-billed Duck
Reptiles and Amphibians: Mugger Crocodiles, Gharial, and 23 species of reptiles.