About 70% of the land of the Bardia National park is covered with Sal jungle, and the remaining 30% is a mixture of grassland and savannah forest. The park headquarters is located at Thakurdwara and surrounded by idyllic villages and fields inhabited by an indigenous ethnic group, the Tharu. The Bardia national park became a conservation area in 1976 AD and attained National park status in 1988 AD. Presently, a plan is going on to expand further to the north and eastwards. Conservation is a strong theme within Bardia and provides a home habitat for many species also provides an ideal environment for the study of wildlife in Nepal.
Bardia national park has more than thirty different mammals, over two hundred species of bird, and many snakes, lizards, and fish. Both resident and migratory birds are found within the park boundaries. Bardia National Park is home to 19 of Nepal’s 39 legally protected species, which include the One-horned Rhinoceros, wild Asian Elephant, Bengali Tiger, Swamp Deer, Black Buck Antelope, Gangetic Dolphin, and Gharial Crocodile. Endangered birds include the Bengal Florican, the Silver-eared Mesia, and the Sarus Crane are also in Bardia.
You can reach Bardia by flight from Kathmandu to Nepalganj as there are regular flights to Nepalgunj (nearest airport) from Kathmandu. Once you reach Nepalganj airport, our representative welcomes you and transfer you by private vehicle to the very scenic park.
Our Bardia Jungle safari tour is for 4 days that includes a flight from Kathmandu to Nepalganj and return. However, if you have limited time, then we can also arrange the tour for 3-days, and if you have more days, then We also offer a 5-days tour to Bardia national park. The Bardia jungle safari tour is the best-extended tour after some trekking in Nepal like Everest base camp trek or Langtang circuit trek.