The largest undisturbed wilderness in the country lies way out in the far western region of Nepal. With more accessible Chitwan becoming a mass-market, Bardia National Park on the western side is still widely undisturbed from the tourist movements. Encompassing area of 550 square kilometers, Bardia spans a greater range of habitats than Chitwan. The animal viewing is also much better than in Chitwan (there is a good change of spotting a majestic Bengal tiger) and it is much more unspoiled than Chitwan. Being 585 km by road from Kathmandu or 1 hrs flight to Nepalgunj and a three hour drive makes this place harder to reach. Many have said the exclusiveness of Bardia provides superior experience as compared to Chitwan. The park fauna includes elusive majestic Bengal tiger, endangered species small herd of elephants, swamp deer, spotted deer, wild boar which are in plentiful, sambar, hog deer, sloth beer, rhinos and leopard. There is plenty of fine accommodation available in Bardia.