Ride through the silent jungle catching wildlife by surprise in the largest national park of Nepal in Bardiya. Take nature walks with eperienced naturalists with years of experience in Bardiya.
Go for white-water rafting on the Karnali the longest river in Nepal, where you can watch the Gangetic dolphins surface or gharials lazing in the sun. Meet the charming Rana Tharu and Dangora people of southern Nepal and learn about their colourful culture.
Safari in the pristine jungles of Bardiya are an unforgettable experience that will remain with you for a lifetime. The national park is home to countless species of mammals, reptiles and birds, some of which like the Bluebull are not found in Chitwan.
Bardiya National Park is one of the most pristine conservation areas in the Tarai and is home to the endangered Royal Bengal tiger and Nepal’s famous One-horned rhinoceros besides the many other mammals and reptiles. The park located in the far western district of Bardiya, is bordered by Karnali River in the west, the Churia range in the north, while the Babai River flows right through.