The Tigers of Bardia
Nothing will prepare you for the extraordinary thrill of seeing a tiger in the wild!
Known for its vegetation and variety of mammals, reptiles and birds, Bardia National Park is a beautiful, unspoiled and undisturbed area in the Terai – and the perfect place to spot these elusive creatures.
About 70% of Bardia National Park is covered with grassland, savannah and riverine forest. The wide range of vegetation provides excellent habitat for a wide variety of wildlife including the endangered Royal Bengal tiger, Nepal’s famous one-horned rhinoceros, wild elephant, swamp deer, blackbuck, gharial crocodile and marsh-mugger crocodile. The exotic Gangetic dolphin is also sometimes seen in the River Karnali.
Read the blog ‘Exploring Bardia – Tigers in the Wild’ of our partner, Red Elephant Reps, to find out more about Bardia National Park and what to do there.