Bardia Tour

"Initially named Royal Karnali Wildlife Reserve, Bardia National Park in Nepal took until 1988 to become a national park, and though not as popular as Chitwan, it is an important habitat for endangered species covering an area of 968km², and is accessible by air (1 hour) or road (516 km) from Kathmandu, with jungle walks, jeep safaris, and canoe rides being the main attractions"

Bardia Tour


Bardia National Park, located in Nepal, has a rich history as a former Royal hunting reserve. The park was originally named Royal Karnali Wildlife Reserve in 1976 and covered an area of only 368 km². However, in 1982 it was renamed as the Royal Bardia Wildlife Reserve and now includes the Babai River Valley. It wasn't until 1988 that it was granted National Park status, making it the second national park in Nepal, although it is not as popular as Chitwan National Park.

The main objective of Bardia National Park is to preserve and protect the endangered species of wildlife and birds in the region. As a result, the park provides an excellent habitat for various rare species, making it an important conservation area. The park now covers an area of 968km², offering a safe haven for many animals, including Bengal tigers, one-horned rhinoceroses, Asian elephants, and various species of deer and antelopes.

To reach the national park, visitors can take a one-hour flight or travel 516 km by road from Kathmandu. Once there, tourists can enjoy several exciting activities such as jungle walks, jeep safaris, and canoe rides. These activities provide a unique opportunity to observe the wildlife and experience the beauty of the park. Additionally, the park is known for its bird-watching opportunities, making it a popular destination for bird enthusiasts.

Overall, Bardia National Park is an important conservation area that provides a natural habitat for various rare species of wildlife and birds. With its rich history as a Royal hunting reserve, the park offers visitors a unique experience to witness the beauty of Nepal's wildlife and ecosystems.


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