Bardia Wildlife Safari

Bardia National Park in Nepal is Nepal’s lowland biggest wildlife buffer zone. A perfect home to famous endangered species like Royal Bengal Tiger, one-horned Rhinoceros, swamp Deer, Gharial, gangetic Dolphin and Black-Buck among others. Bardiya National Park is the wild animals paradise located in Nepal’s western plain lands, east of the Karnali River. Bardia Wildlife Safari is the life time experience.

Unique flora and fauna, beautiful landscape, adventurous wildlife activity and the culture of indigenous tribe (Tharu’s) are the major highlights of Jungle Safari at Bardiya National Park. Bardia National Park offers 50-50 chance of sighting the Royal Bengal Tiger. The dense sub-tropical forest, grasslands and wetlands make the park an ideal habitat for wild animals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, insects and butterflies that every wildlife lover dreams to explore.

Main Features of Bardia Wildlife Safari are:

  • Bardia Wildlife Safari is a lifelong experience.
  • Unique flora and fauna, beautiful scenery, indigenous tribe-Tharu culture are the major highlights.
  • Adventurous wildlife activities (sighting Royal Bengal Tiger and one-horned Rhinoceros).

How to reach Bardia National Park?

You can reach Nepalgunj from Kathmandu by bus or plane. The closest airport to Bardia National Park is Nepalgunj Airport in Banke County, Beri Zone, Nepal. You can reach Nepalgunj by domestic plane from Kathmandu or Pokhara. In the dry season, you can take a bus from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj and from Nepalgunj to Takludwara Park Headquarters.

Wildlife activities in Bardia National Park

Wildlife activities in the park include Jeep Drive, Nature Walk, Canoe Ride, Tharu Cultural Show, Dolphin Tour and Tiger Safari on the banks of the Babai River. Jeep drive is available on the main trail of the tour of Bardia National Park.

If you want to explore the wilderness of Nepal in a relatively peaceful and pristine place, Bardia National Park is the best protected area. Book a wildlife tour in a remote country in western Nepal. Wildlife lovers have a lot of charm.