Bardia National Park

The Bardia National Park covering the area of 968 sq km is the largest and most tranquil conserved area in the Terai region of Nepal is shelter to the endangered Royal Bengal Tiger and Nepal's famous one-horned rhinoceros. Most of the domestic and international tourists go to visit Bardia National park for Royal Bengali tiger and popular one-horned rhinoceros. One also can have a bliss of different activities like river rafting, jungle safari and fishing here.

Karnali  river Rafting & Bardia Jungle Safari,Fishing in Bardia National park Floras and Faunas such as sal (Shorea robusta) forest, and grassland and riverine forests are prime highlights of Bardia National Park. The presence of abundance and rare wildlife and the deep forest fascinates every tourist here.

Dominant wildlife here includes tigerelephant, rhinoceros, and five different species of deer. Two unique species of crocodile and some resident Gangetic dolphin are found in the Karnali River. The park hosts 30 different mammals and more than 250 species of birds.