Bardiya National Park is the largest and most undisturbed national park located in the Terai region of Nepal. It was established in 1988 with an area of 968 square kilometers. It starts from the eastern bank of Karnali River and is bisected by Babai River in Bardiya district and at the northern part, the park is bound to the foot of Siwalik. The park is a sanctuary to at least 23 reptiles, over 407 species of birds, and around 53 different mammals and therefore is an excellent destination to spot endangered wildlife species mot importantly Dolphins.
Bardiya National Park protects one of the most unique freshwater Dolphins- Gangetic dolphins. This national park is a home to these intelligent mammals found only in Karnali river of Nepal. They are commonly known as “Susu” due to the particular sound they produce during respiration. Gangetic dolphins seasonally appear in the Karnali River (Longest River in Nepal). Grab this opportunity to spot Dolphins in Nepal with Dolphin watching Nepal tour.
2 - 14
300 m/ 984.3ft
This trip is perfect for those who want to experience the amazing wildlife adventure in Bardiya National Park and the endangered species of dolphin in Karnali River.
This is one of our most unique programs for endangered dolphins in Nepal. It’s a milestone program towards animal conservation and for the protection of Nepal wildlife.