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Created in Nepal’s western Terai region, initially with the aim of protecting tigers and their prey, Bardia National Park is also one of the last strongholds for the greater one-horned rhinoceros, which were translocated here from Chitwan.

Along with Bengal tigers and rhinos (which are notoriously elusive), the park is home to endangered animals such as elephant, swamp deer, black buck, gharial crocodile, marsh mugger and Gangetic river dolphin. Bardia is also home to some of the most threatened bird species in Nepal – Bengal florican and Sarus crane being the notable examples.

This serene patch of land preserves swathes of sal forest and grassy plains that run along the banks of the Karnali River and continue as far as the Siwalik Hills. Bardia has remained largely undisturbed thus conserving its tranquil natural environment.
 

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Key info

  • Ideal for viewing: Asian one-horned rhino, Gangetic river dolphin, gharial crocodile, marsh mugger crocodile, blackbuck
  • Where: Bardia District, Nepal

Wildlife trips

This wildlife location is featured in the following itinerary:

Nepal Wildlife

This two-week itinerary visits a trio of national parks in the low lying Terai region, along the border with Nepal’s southern neighbour, India. This area has some of the best locations in the entire subcontinent to see wildlife such as rhino, elephant and Gangetic river dolphin, not to mention prolific birdlife.

  • When to go: Oct-May
  • Duration inc. flights: 13 days
  • Price inc. flights: From £3,695 pp
  • Trip type: Tailor-made trip idea