Exploring wildlife in Nepal; Bardiya National Park

Inside Bardiya National Park: The largest national park in Nepal spanning 374 sq miles in the Bardiya district of Southern Nepal. Rich in exotic and sub-tropical flora and fauna, Bardiya serves the ultimate purpose of wildlife jungle safaris, holidaying and cultural exploration of the native tribe.

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Southern plains or Terai region of Nepal is gifted with sub-tropical climate and highly fertile land. Also known as the Breadbasket of Nepal, you can find dense sub-tropical forests and vegetation laying throughout the region. Home of the Tharu tribe of people, the lifestyle is still very much traditional and dictated by ancient cultures.

Bardiya district is located at the western region of Terai, covering an area approx. of 2,025 km². It is mostly covered by wild vegetation. Today, many endangered animals are protected and bred inside the Bardiya National park. Bardiya wildlife safari is guaranteed to take you inside the covert hideouts of some of the most dangerous wild beasts of Nepal.



Bardiya National Park (formerly. Royal Bardia National Park) is a protected area established in 1988. Previously used as a hunting ground by the royals and hunting enthusiasts…

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