Bardiya National Park covers 968 km2, making it the largest and most pristine protected area in Nepal. The park’s forest, grassland, and river ecosystems provide habitat for over 60 different mammal species (out of which 10 are considered endangered) and over 513 bird species. Bardiya National Park has one of the highest densities of tiger population, with 87 Bengal tigers roaming the park.
Go on safari to track the rhinoceros, Asian elephant, royal Bengal tiger, leopards, swamp deer, blackbuck, gharial crocodile, marsh mugger crocodile, and look out for the rare freshwater Ganges dolphins. An enchanting wilderness awaits, offering an unforgettable safari adventure amid pristine natural beauty.