Nepal is a geographically diverse country. Although many travelers associate the country with the Himalayas, a significant portion of Nepal’s territory is flat, including the Terai,  plains, and forests near the Indian border. With this ultimate guide to  Terai, discover a different side of Nepal, from national parks full of rhinos to the birthplace of  Buddha and wildlife. The Terai is a huge region that covers roughly a quarter of Nepal, extending over 13,000 square kilometers. While many of the destinations can be reached by bus from Kathmandu, the journey is long and not particularly comfortable. The majority of passengers prefer to fly to airports, then connect by vehicle or bus. It needs at least a week to tour the area due to travel issues, or more if you plan on visiting more than one of the sights. One of the best sights to visit in Terai is Bardiya National Park. Covering an area of 968 km2 (374 sq mi) it is the largest and most undisturbed national park in Nepal. It is a home to many different animals like One-horned rhinoceros, wild elephant, Bengal tiger, swamp deer, Gangetic dolphin, etc Bardiya National park is open throughout the year but the best time to visit this park is from February to July because you can see many animals in this season and the best part is you can be lucky to spot a Royal Bengal Tigers. For animal and environment lovers, there are a variety of Bardiya National Park Tour packages available. There are jeep safaris available, which allow visitors to travel deeper into the woods, where the chances of seeing a tiger are extremely high. Elephant safaris are available in addition to jeep safaris. It’s a very different sensation to ride atop the gorgeous animal and watch the fauna. Elephants at the Bardiya National Park are domesticated and well-trained. Adventure lovers can go on rafting on the Karnali river the lucky people can see dolphins while rafting. The Babai and Bheri river is famous for fishing people can find catfish and masher. Birdwatchers will love the Bardia National Park. The Bardiya National park is home to over 400 different bird species, which can be seen from September to April. Rafting expeditions along the riverbanks of Bardiya are another option to see birds. The Bengal florican and the Sarus crane are both endangered species that can be found here. Apart from the beauty of the national park, Bardiya gives a chance of engaging with the local tribe of Tharu. People can walk through the rice fields soaking in the serenity of this place or take bicycle tours to get around the place. Get to know about the different customs and traditions of the Tharu people and if visiting during a festive time, People are in for a treat Also, Tharu handicrafts make for great souvenirs. This is the beauty of the terai region of Nepal not only the Himalayas but the other part of the country are also so much beautiful people will enjoy them a lot. Not only Bardiya but there are many more places to explore in the Lower region.