Bardia National Park

“The ultimate Jungle Expedition: Wildlife encounters in Karnali”

Bardia National Park is a protected area located in the Terai region of Nepal, near the border with India. Covering an area of 968 square kilometers, Bardia is the largest and least explored national park in Nepal. The park is known for its diverse range of wildlife species, including tigers, leopards, wild elephants, rhinoceroses, deer, and a variety of bird species.

Bardia National Park is home to several endangered species, including the Bengal tiger and the greater one-horned rhinoceros. The park is also an important habitat for the Gangetic dolphin and several species of freshwater turtles.

Visitors to Bardia National Park can enjoy a variety of activities, including wildlife safaris, birdwatching, jungle walks, and rafting on the Karnali River. The park also offers cultural tours to nearby Tharu villages, where visitors can learn about the local customs and way of life.

Bardia National Park is a remote and relatively undeveloped destination, providing visitors with a unique and authentic wildlife experience in a natural and unspoiled environment.