Bardiya National Park
The park has a surface of 968 square kilometers.
Flora and fauna
The park hosts tens of different mammals species and hundreds of different bird species.
The best season to visit the Bardiya park is from October to March. From April to June it is the hot season with temperatures up to 42°C. The rainy season is fromn July to September.
Eat and drink in town as much as you can. Some great tea shops in the 'centre' of town (ie the three all next door to each other) over the bridge. My personal favorite is the one on the right. Reputedly the best tea in town. All much of a muchness though. Dal Bhaat around 100Rs or so. Grab a plate of chaana, a chia and watch the village ramble by. Excellent.
Heading down the road towards the National Park entrance on the right(about 200metres from the shops above) next to the pharmacy and little book shop is another excellent tea shop. Buy one bowl of chola here and I guarantee you will come back at least twice daily for it. Tea, samosas, doughnuts et al also here. Look for the fire pit outside.
There are some resort which provide tourist accommodation. 1.Nepal wildlife resort-www.nepalwildlife.net best located resort. 2.Bardia Wildlife Resort "Paradise" 3.Tiger Top Karnali lodge. 4.Rhino lodge 5.Bardia cottage. 6.recy shade 7.forest hideaway.
Lodging Nepal Wildlife Resort:www.nepalwildlife.net,email@example.com,Tell:977-1-442-6642. Unique & Exclusive Nepal Wildlife Resort is situated of the south west Nepal at the best location at Bardia National Park on the bank of one of the tributaries of the Karnali River. It takes 5 minute walk from park headquarter. Nepal Wildlife Resort resides border with Bardia National Park. It is the only resort which actually overlooks the river and the National Park.Each room has it's own balcony with nice views .
Mr B's Place One of the best choices in Thakurdwara. Even if you decide not to stay here, absolutely stop by for a chat with Mr.B, then grab a coffee(its proper) or a spot of dinner. Ask about the story of Mae Ling - its a hell of a good one.