Bardiya National Park Tour introduces travelers to the enchanting wilderness of Bardia National Park, a gem nestled in the western lowlands of Nepal. Bardiya National Park, also spelled Bardia, is a protected area in Nepal that was established in 1988 as Royal Bardia National Park.
The park is renowned for its thriving wildlife, including the elusive Bengal tiger, one-horned rhinoceros, Asian elephant, and a myriad of bird species. As a testament to its ecological significance, Bardia National Park is recognized as a conservation success story, with successful efforts to protect and preserve its rich biodiversity.
We offer this Bardia National Park Tour to provide an immersive and unforgettable experience for nature enthusiasts, wildlife lovers, and adventure seekers. This carefully crafted package offers a harmonious blend of thrilling wildlife safaris, cultural encounters with the local Tharu community, and exhilarating river rafting adventures along the Karnali River.
Apart from the stunning scenery and interesting wildlife, tourists will also be able to learn about the Tharu people's lively traditions by watching their traditional dances and learning about their rich cultural history. Bardia National Park Tour offers a chance to get away into wild nature and also to help protect the park's ecosystem.
- Encounter Bengal tigers, rhinoceroses, and elephants in Bardia's natural habitat.
- Explore a birdwatcher's paradise with over 450 bird species.
- Discover World War II remnants, adding historical depth to your tour.
- Enjoy river activities along the Karnali River, from boat safaris to fishing.
- Immerse yourself in Tharu culture with traditional dance and village visits.
- Experience the remote wilderness, away from crowded tourist destinations.
- Enjoy thrilling jeep safaris for a chance to spot elusive wildlife.
- Take guided nature walks and treks to intimately connect with the park's landscapes.
About Bardia National Park
Bardia National Park is situated in the western lowland region of Nepal, sharing its border with the Karnali River to the west. Located in the Bardiya District, the park covers an expansive area of approximately 968 square kilometers (374 square miles). Its strategic location in the Terai region, adjacent to the Himalayan foothills, makes it a prime destination for nature enthusiasts and wildlife lovers seeking an authentic wilderness experience.
Accessible by road and air, with the nearest airport being Nepalgunj, Bardia National Park offers a remote and pristine setting for those looking to explore the natural wonders of Nepal.
Bardia National Park stands as the largest and least disturbed wilderness area in the Terai, contributing significantly to the conservation of the region's diverse flora and fauna. Established in 1988, the park was initially created to protect the ecosystems and habitats essential for the survival of endangered species.
The vastness of Bardia allows for the preservation of a wide range of ecosystems, from riverine forests to grasslands, providing a critical refuge for numerous species that face threats elsewhere. Its size and relative isolation contribute to its significance as a stronghold for the conservation of biodiversity in Nepal.
Bardia National Park boasts an extraordinary diversity of wildlife, making it a haven for nature enthusiasts. The park is home to a thriving population of Bengal tigers, one-horned rhinoceroses, Asian elephants, and a variety of deer species. Avian enthusiasts will find joy in the park's rich birdlife, with over 400 species recorded, including the endangered Bengal florican.
The Karnali River, flowing through the park, adds to its unique charm, offering opportunities for riverine biodiversity. With its mosaic of ecosystems, Bardia National Park stands out as an unparalleled destination for those seeking an immersive experience in the natural wonders of Nepal.