Bardia National Park is located in the mid-western part of Nepal. It is a largest national park of this Himalayan nation that stretches 968 square kilometers.
If you wish to witness Royal Bengal Tiger then this is the perfect place as the site inhabits more than 100 of such endangered species. Moreover, Nepal is one of those 10 nations where you can observe this beautiful and majestic wild cat. Besides Royal Bengal Tiger, the park is well regarded for One-horned rhino. It is reported that more than 200 such rhinos roam here freely. Like the tiger, it is also listed as threatened species of this green planet.
Furthermore, the jungle of this low-land area of Nepal inhabits more than 23 species of aquatic animals like Mugger crocodile and Gigantic dolphin. Here you can see more than 53 species of mammals. In addition, you can also observe more than 400 species of birds here.
The Tharu village here is another attraction. They are one of the indigenous groups of Nepal who regard themselves as a jungle people and their god reside in the middle of the jungle. They have the unique cultural identity and their dance called Tharu Dance with sticks is quite a popular one.