Bardia National Park
Bardia National Park is one of the largest national parks of Nepal that is situated in Terai covering an area of 968 sq. km. It is one of the most beautiful habitats for many animals. This national park is not so populated and is covered with Sal forests. The population in this region is much low compared to Chitwan National Park. Bardia National Park is not a commercial tourist spot like Chitwan National Park. A visit to Bardia National Park for a tourist can be a real adventure and jungle treks with few people around. One of the major positive things about Bardia National Park is that it has succeeded in increasing animal populations naturally. There are tigers, elephants, and rhinos and also a huge amount of deer, and wild cats.
Jungle Safari in Bardia National Park is the most thrilling and unique jungle safari since it is a habitat to tigers. It is considered one of the best places in the world to observe the tiger’s activities. You can explore the deep wilder jungle with an elephant. As you go through the jungle you can see different species of mammals, birds, reptiles and aquatic animals.
Trekking in Bardia National Park is a must for anyone who visits Nepal. You will have the most amazing walk among some of Earth’s most beautiful wildlife. Bardia is home to endangered animals like Bengal tiger, one-horned rhino and Asian elephant. The local guides will know these animals’ locations and can help tourists to observe them. It is best to travel in the morning or evening since it is too hot during midday.
Birds watching is one of the most famous attractions of Bardia National Park. Bardia National Park can be a more impressive destination that offers a great chance to see the most famous birds like dove, crane, sparrow, crow, vulture, myna, eagle and other different types. It has about 850 species of birds. There are also migratory birds that come from different countries to Nepal. So the bird watching tour is a worth tour for bird lovers and also for tourists that are interested in the different types of birds.
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