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Bardia National Park

Bardia National ParkThe Bardia National Park is situated on the eastern banks of the Karnali River, about 400-km west of Kathmandu. The park is 968 sq. km in area and extends from the Churia hills southward to the gentle slopes of the 'Bhabhar'. The western end of the Bardia is bounded by numerous waterways of the Karnali River, which have created many large and small gravel islands. A mosaic of grassland and forest of Acacia, Sisam and the large Buttrersed silk cotton trees cover these islands and much to the lower ground. Bardia is the home of a wide variety of animals, many of which live in and around the National Park. Spotted deer, Black buck, Hog deer, Samber deer, Wild boar, Swamp deer, two species of Monkeys, Wild elephants, Crocodile, Dolphin and Blue bull are found here. More than 350 species of birds have been recorded in Bardia, truly a bird watcher's paradise.

Suggested Program: 4 Days/ 3 Nights

What to bring :-To help you obtain the most from your visit we suggest you bring: - Walking shoes, rubber sandals, modest swim wear, sun hat, sun lotion, insect repellent, personal medicines, torch, binoculars, extra video batteries (there is no electricity in Bardia) and camera films.