One of the protected areas of Nepal in Terai region of Nepal, offers you a great chance to explore the amazing wild life of this region , listed under endangered species. along with this you can also closely observe the living style of Tharu people, following their unique traditions, cutures, customs and norms.
Bardiya national Park Covers 968 sq. m of area, it was established in 1969 as a Royal Hunting Reserve, then it was 368 sq. m and later with the coverage of whole Babai Valley, it was named Chitwan National Park. Chitwan Nationall Park is 600 Km west of Kathmandy and in the mid-far western region in the eastern bank of Karnali River. In this national park more than 30 different mammals, over 300 species of resident and migratory birds and many reptiles and fishes have been sharing it as their home.
Also, Bardiya National Park is the most quiet and largest protected area of Terai region. This national park is covered with thick presence of Sal trees and grasses. Bardiya national park preserves some of the endangered species like rhinoceros, wild elephant, tigers, swamp deers, crododiles, gangetic dolphins and black bucks.
Elephant rise, jungle walk, bird watching, going to crocodile breeding center, going to visitor center, etc are some of the activities we do in Bardiya Jungle Safari.