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Bardia National Park is about 400 kms west of Kathmandu. The park has not only tigers but rhinoceros, elephant, swamp deer, wild boar, monkeys and antelope.
More than 350 bird species live in the park.
Spot a tiger!
In Bardia National Park
My name is Khageswor Gautam and as your trekking guide, I can help you spot the wildlife you came all the way to Nepal to see! Click the images below to view photos from my guided hikes in Bardia National Park, Nepal:
"Gautum really knows his stuff. A friend and I went on a birdwatching tour and I don't think any bird escaped his attention. He definitely has eagle eyes and an incredible knowledge of all the species in the park and where to find them." -- Rachel Platt, April 2012
"I think Gautum was one of my favorite guides on this trip. You can tell that he's genuinely excited about his work in Bardia Park. Who wouldn't be? His knowledge of the area is extensive and detailed. He's very sociable, with a strong command of English and a personable character. This is a really great region to explore and you couldn't ask for better guidance than Gautam." -- Eric Leuschner, April 2012