Bardiya National Park offers the highest chances to spot a Bengal tiger in Nepal. Located in the remote western Terai region, Bardiya National counts more than 250 species of birds, including the endangered Bengal florican, Sarus Crane, and many species of parakeet, hornbill, and woodpecker. Other wild animals such as leopards, rhinoceros, elephants, five species of deer (swamp deer, spotted deer, barking deer, sambar deer), sloth bears, langurs, rhesus macaque, jackals, cobras, kraits, and pythons are also found. In addition, the Karnali River, which borders the westside of the park, is home to the endangered Gangetic river dolphins, gharials, marsh magar crocodiles, and mahseer fish. The best time to spot tigers in Bardiya National Park is between February and May.
Himalayan Vacation Treks and Expedition organizes tours to Bardiya National Park where unparalleled memories of tracking down wildlife in the most undisturbed and least visited jungle of Nepal are assured.