Bardia National Park is the largest and undisturbed National Park in Nepal which has a stronghold of sal forests, grasslands, savannah, and riverine forests. Babai river surrounds the Bardiya National Park. Bardia National Park is home to some of the endangered species of wildlife such as Bengal tiger. A pleasant elephant ride to the jungle might offer a glimpse of them.
Ride through the silent jungle catching wildlife by surprise in the largest national park of Nepal in Bardiya or take nature walk under the guidance of expert naturalists with years of experience.
The park is surrounded by the indigenous ethnic groups of Tharu people who boast their own cultures, traditions, and language.