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Bardia National Park
Bardia National Park
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Bardia National Park is located in Nepal’s western plain lands, east of the Karnali River, covering an area of 968 sq.km. It is the largest and most undisturbed protected area in the Terai, home to many endangered species including tiger, wild elephant, rhinoceros, swamp deer, blackbuck, gharial crocodile, marsh mugger crocodile and Gangetic dolphin. The enchanting birds found here are Bengal florican, lesser florican, Silver-eared mesia and Sarus Crane. The national park is full of open grasslands and glades ‘making it an ideal place for game-viewing.

This park is famous for elephant safari or jungle drive. During jungle safari or elephant safari you will come across small herds of wild elephants. You will see rhinoceros also in the park. Here you can gain an experience of your life time. While doing the jungle safari you can observe 30 different mammals, more than 250 species of birds, and varieties of reptiles and aquatic animals.

For pleasurable sight-seeing you should be in Sukarmala from where you can see the panoramic view of Surkhet valley and the elongating plains of the Terai. Here you will have the opportunity of for fishing masher, a large game fish.
Highlights of Safari
» Explore the Bardia National Park
» Elephant Safari
» Jeep Drive
» Elephant Herd
» Observe 30 different mammals and 250 species of birds
» Discover the unique tradition and culture
Activities can be done
» Tiger Tracking
» Elephant Tracking
» Jungle/Nature Walk
» Bird Watching
» Full Day Wild Sightseeing
» Rafting at Karnali River
» Jeep Safari
» Dolphine Sightseeing
» Camping & Hiking
» Fishing
» Study Tour
» Cultural Tour
» Nature Tour
» Visit to Crocodile Breeding Center
» Village Tour
» Cultural Programme



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