Krishnasar Conservation Area : The only Blackbuck Conservation in World

Krishnasar Conservation Area

Krishnasar Conservation Area

Krishnasar Conservation Area is set up for the significant reason for securing the blackbuck. It was reported as a preservation territory in the year 2065 B.S. (2009 A.D.). In the mid 2030 B.C., Blackbuck was thought to be wiped out from the Bardiya National Park zone and entire Nepal. There had been an inquiry if this creature is still there in Banke and Bardiya region. In 2032 BS, in the woods of Khairi Panditpur, 9 blackbucks were spotted. At that point, constantly 2075, with joint endeavors, the check has expanded to 187. Subsequently, to additionally secure this creature, 10.25 kilometers of spiked metal encompasses the territory.

Krishnasar Conservation Area
Krishnasar Conservation Area



Covering a zone of 16.95 sq. km., Krishnasar Conservation Area is situated in the western marshes of Nepal. It lies in the Gulariya region of Bardiya locale.


Krishnasar Conservation zone has a tropical storm atmosphere. The climate stays dry from October to early April. The temperature during April to June increments to 45 degree Celsius.

The Blackbuck
Krishnasar Conservation Area


Arriving Krishnasar

Situated in the Terai area of Nepal, it isn’t exactly hard to arrive. We can take a trip to Nepalgunj. From that point around 3-4 hours of transport ride takes us to Bardiya. Guests going by transport from Kathmandu need to land at Khairapur and walk 500 meters by walking to arrive at the base camp.

Natural life and vegetation

Natural life and vegetation in Krishnasar

There are two sorts of woods here, Natural and Planted backwoods. The characteristic timberland is overwhelmed by Simal-Khair (Nombax ceiba-Acacia catechu) and the planted woodland is overwhelmed by Sissoo (Dalbergia sissoo). 109 types of plants are found in the blackbuck environment.

Besides, there are fourteen types of well evolved creature, twelve types of reptiles, and 64 types of fowl in the zone.

Krishnasar Conservation Area

Neighborhood Population at the cradle zone


For the neighborhood populace in the Krishnasar Conservation zone, the method of employment is domesticated animals cultivating. The blackbucks brush close by the neighborhood animals. The nearby inhabitants of Bechaipur and Tulsipur ensure just as use the network timberlands. Additionally, prior the greater part of the current blackbuck natural surroundings used to be private land.

Krishnasar Conservation Area

Activities and spots to Visit

Shooting and Photography

Blackbuck locating

Wilderness Walk


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