Bardiya National Park is one of the most pristine conservation areas in the Terai and is home to the endangered Royal Bengal tiger and Nepal's famous One-horned rhinoceros besides the many other mammals and reptiles. The park located in the far western district of Bardiya, is bordered by Karnali River in the west, the Churia range in the north, while the Babai River flows right through. The national park is covered in vast Sal forests, riverine jungles and tall elephant grass, making it an ideal habitat for all kinds os species that roam freely. The park hosts 30 different mammals, more than 250 species of birds, and several varieties of reptiles and water animals. There are more sightings of tigers here than in other national parks which attracts visitors who come repeatedly to catch a glimpse of the elusive animal.
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