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Bardiya National park

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Jungle safari in Bardiya National park is a unique jungle safari because of tigers inhabitant. It is the most famous National park to explore the tiger’s activities not only in Nepal but all over the world.

Bardiya National Park situated in the southwestern Terai Region of Nepal in the Bardiya District. It covers approximately 1000 sq. km of area. Bardia National Park lies in the remote undisturbed wild area of Terai where traveler visits less in comparison with Chitwan National Park.

Bardiya National Park is a mixture of dry forest with lots of cotton and silk trees, open grassland and island-filled rivers. Bardia National Park is home to many different animals and more than 250 species of birds. The national park is full of creatures like the fish eagle, crested serpent eagle, goshawk and animals like tiger, blackbuck antelopes, wild elephant and many more. The renowned river Karnali which lies in the western border is home to the rare marsh mugger crocodile, the Gangetic dolphin, and the masher game fish.

bardiya National park

Bardiya is an important wildlife conservation area that suffers from rustling. On the other hand, Bardia has had achievement in growing animal populations naturally.

Ride through the quite wilderness getting untamed life of guard the biggest national park of Nepal in Bardiya or take nature stroll under the direction of a master naturalist with long stretches of understanding. join it with wilderness boating in the longest stream of Nepal. Karnali where you could even spot dolphins or Gharial one a day of reckoning. Hats more meet the beguiling Rana Tharu and dangora individual of southern Nepal to find out about their way of life.

An outing to Bardia is sure to remain in your memory as a stand out amongst the most continuing encounters in Nepal. This wilderness in the southwestern parts of Nepal is an hour’s flight away with the mind-boggling.

The assortment of well-evolved creatures reptiles and flying creatures Bardia national park is likewise a standout amongst the most undisturbed secured territories in the Terai and is home to the jeopardized royal Bengal tiger and Nepal tiger and Nepal’s popular one-horned rhinoceros. The recreation center situated in the far western of Bardiya is circumscribed by River Karnali in the west, The churia Range runs in the north while the river Babai streams directly through.

The recreation center offers the chance of angling at river Karnali and river Babai. The best time to visit is fall, winter, and late spring when the climate is warm and dry. Bardiya can be come to by street can be headed to a few safaris holds up in bardiya give magnificent settlements and offices to visitors to appreciate natural life exercise. The closest urban communities from here are  Nepalgunj and Mahendranagar stop.

Things to do at Bardiya National Park

-Explore the most graceful animal Tigers activities live.

-Explore the deep wilder Jungle with elephants.

-A Real taste of Jungle safari.

-Observe 30 different mammals, more than 250 species of birds, and varieties of reptiles and aquatic animals with one horn Rhinos.

-Jeep Safari into the Deep Jungle.

– Visit Thakurdwara Temple and other

-Observe the Tharu Culture Museum.

-Observe the Crocodile breeding center.

– stay at Homestay and can taste Tharu traditional food.

– Observe Tharu Cultural Programs.

Tharu cultural program at dalla village homestay

How to get Bardiya National park. ?

-50-60 minutes Flight from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj and drive to Bardiya National park, 2 hours driving.

-11 to 12  hours driving from Kathmandu to Bardiya National park, Can get Delux, Metro Buses every day morning and evening from Gongabu Buspark Kathmandu.

 


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  • Srijana

    February 2, 2020

    Is there any flight for bardiya national park? Can you give information if it is available from ktm or pokhara?

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  • ปั้มไลค์

    May 22, 2020

    Like!! Thank you for publishing this awesome article.

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