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Royal Bardia National Park
The Royal Bardiya National
Park is situated in the lowland area of western Nepal, covering about 968
sq. kilometers of land with flora and fauna. This Park is also known as the
wildest and most undisturbed wilderness area in the Terai region. In 1969
this park was specially set aside as a royal hunting reserve and later it
was renamed as Karnali Wildlife Reserve. In 1982 it was renamed as the Royal
Bardiya National Park.
Commonly seen birds in the park are woodpeckers, dragons, herons, bulbuls, doves, egrets, parakeets, kingfishers, barbets, bee eaters, pigeons, storks, shellducks, sunbirds, babblers, flycatchers, redwattled lapwings and comb ducks. Some endangered birds like bangle florican, lesser florican, and different types of reptiles, amphibians, insects and butterflies are also found in the Park.
Royal Bardia National Park is 570 Kilometers far from Kathmandu and 90 kilometers from Nepalgunj Airport.
Hotel in Royal Bardiya National Park
Bardia Adventure Resorts