Bardiya National Park Tour

Bardiya National Park Tour

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Bardiya National Park (968 sq. km) is another park and more chance to see west bengal tiger, situated in mid-western region of Nepal. The park is 575 km far from Kathmandu which was established to protect the ecosystems and conserve tigers and their prey species. In 1976, it was named as Royal Karnali Wildlife Reserve which was renamed as Bardiya Wildlife Reserve in 1982. Its current size was extended in 1984. The status of the National Park was given in 1988.

Bardiya national park has the greatest number of deer species. The main deer species in the park includes: Chital (spotted deer); Hog Deer; Sambar; Swamp Deer (Barasingha); and the reddish-colored Barking-Deer.

The big mammals in the park are: Gaur, the world’s largest wild oxen; Wild Boar; the Agile Sloth Bear; Blue Bull (Nilgai); and Himalayan Tahr. The two goat-antelope members also found in the park.

Rhesus Macaque; Languor; Monkey; Jackal; three species of cats; yellow-throated Marten; Mongoose and Indian Otter are the small mammals in the park.

There are two species of crocodiles in the Karnali, Girwa, and Babai River. They are the blunt-snouted Marsh Mugger and the fish-eating Gharial with its long thin snout. These crocodiles share the water with the fresh-water Gangetic Dolphins.

The most prominent fauna in the park are the over 300 resident and migratory species birds. Bird-watching lovers are recommended to visit the park in November or from February to April when migrant birds arrive, depart or pass through the park.

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