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Babai Valley (fishing and Camping) Tour

The Babai Valley is the poster-perfect part of the Bardia National Park which have pristine ecosystem remarkably rich in biodiversity. The valley is named after the Babai River, which flows from east to west and about 40 km inside the park then south to emerge into the terai at Parewaodar.

Babai valley is still virgin place for tourist destination, remains untamed and undeveloped. The secluded pockets of grasslands, riverine forests and a beautiful river provides a good habitat and corridor for several wildlife species such as Asian Elephant, tiger, one horned rhinoceros, Himalayan black bear, sloth bear, leopard, four-horned antelope, four species of deer (Samber, spotted, hog and barking deer), ghoral, reptiles, amphibians, mollusks, arthropods, Major aquatic fauna included two species of crocodiles- gharial and mugger and over 50 species of fish.

Over 250 species of birds have been recorded in the valley. Large Mahasheer, a game fish is considered an excellent catch in the Babai River. Its isolation and the pristine condition of its habitats. That's why rhinos from Chitwan were relocated here time to time.