Bardiya National Park
Bardiya National park (968 sq. km); is the largest and most undisturbed wilderness area in the Terai. Thickly covered with sal trees and carpeted with class and savannah, the park has the second largest tiger population after Chitwan National Park. Other wild animals that roam here are the one-horned rhino, wild elephant, swamp deer, black buck, antelope, Gharial crocodile, and gangetic dolphin. Endangered birds that make there home here include the Bengal florican and sarus crane. The Park headquarters is about a four hour drive from the town of Nepalgunj which is linked to the Kathmandu by road (531km) and by air 75 Minutes.
all accommodation, meals, jungle guide and all jungle activities as per standard package, park entrance fees, go and return land transportation private bus.
How to getting there?
Being 17 hours drive from Kathmandu, Getting to Bardiya National Park is the main drawback. Many people do not main extra Excitement taking local transportation - all you are in Nepal to gain new experience! Other prefers to spend the extra money on domestic flights (US$99.00 one way). However if you are looking for the "Middle road" this is the solution. Bardia National park does not have the same facilities you would fine in like Chitwan. However it is the jungle experience and insight into a different life style that is the main attraction. Local people use Ox and buffalo to plough the fields and grind the rice by hand (leg power actually!!).