The Bardiya National Park is Nepal’s largest protected area in the plains. The Royal Bengal Tiger and the One-horned Rhino can be found in the national park. Karnali Wildlife Reserve was established in 1976 AD (2032 BS). Furthermore, on December 5, 1988, the Nepalese government granted it the status of national park. The park originally encompassed 327 square kilometers, but with the addition of 180 square kilometers of mid-land in 2010 AD, it now covers a total size of 507 square kilometers. IUCN category II applies to Bardia National Park, while category IV applies to its buffer zone.
- Take the Bardia National Park Safari
- Trek through the wilderness
- Go rafting and fishing
- Explore the countryside
- Spot exotic birds