National Parks & Wildlife Reserves

National Parks & Wildlife Reserves

Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP)
Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP)
Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP)

Estd. in 1986, under King Mahendra Trust for Nature Conservation. The project encompasses the entire Annapurna range, more than 7600 sq km. In an innovative approach to environmental protection, it was declared a “conservation area” instead of a national park. A large number of people live within the protected region, but traditional national park practices dictate that few, if any, people reside within park boundaries. In an effort to avoid any conflicts of interest, ACAP has sought the involvement of local people and has emphasized environmental education.

Bardia National Park
Bardia National Park
Bardia National Park

The Royal Bardia National park is situated on the eastern banks of the Karnali river about 400 Kms. West of Kathmandu. The park is Estd. In 1969 and 968 Sq. Kms have dry deciduous forest of mostly hardwood sal. The western end of the Bardia is bounded by numerous water ways of the Karnali River which have created many large and small gravel islands. These islands and much to the lower ground are covered by a mosaic of grassland and reverine forest of acacia sisam and the large buttressed silk cotton trees. In spring, the silk cotton blooms and the forest comes alive with scarlet flowers.

Bardia is the home of a wide variety of animals many of which live in and around. The open grasslands such as Baghora and Lamkoili are the best places to view animals. (more…)

Everest (Sagarmatha) National Park
Everest (Sagarmatha) National Park
Everest (Sagarmatha) National Park

The Sagarmatha National Park with its rugged mountains, glaciers, valleys and crowned by the highest peak on earth Mt. Everest at 8,848 meters lies in Northeast Nepal. The 1,148 sq. kilometers of Sagarmatha National Park extends across the region’s river areas and the famous Sherpas’ home front Khumbu. Forests of rhododendron, birch, blue pine, juniper and silver fir are found up to an altitude of 4,000 meters. Rare species of animals like the snow leopard, pandas; lynx are seen in the region. Rare bird varieties like snow cock, snow pigeon and different species of pheasant are also to be seen here. The park was declared a Natural Heritage Site in 1979.

Khaptad Nepal
Khaptad Nepal
Khaptad Nepal

Khaptad Nepal’s newest park area is in the middle hills of the far west of the country. The park estd. 1984 with 225 sq. km is situated in 3000 m height where the district of Bajhang, Bajura Doti and Achham meet. Khaptad is a plateau of grassland and forest cover at an elevation of about 3,000 meters. The mixed conifer and broad leaf forest are an excellent example of the vegetation that once covered much of west Nepal’s middle hills.

The forest consists of mixture of tall fir yew rhododendron oak dense strands of bamboo and smaller shrubs. This habitat provides good cover for bear, leopard barking and musk deer as well as birds like the lmpeyan koklas and kalij pheasants. (more…)

Koshi-Tappu Wildlife Reserve
Koshi-Tappu Wildlife Reserve
Koshi-Tappu Wildlife Reserve

Koshi Tappu wildlife Reserve lies on the flood plains of the Sapta Koshi in Saptari and Sunsari district of eastern Nepal. The Reserve covers 175 Sq. Kms and established in 1976. Rapid and complete inundation of the reserve to depths ranging from 10 to 300 cm. Occurs during the monsoon. The Sapta Koshi river also changes its course from one season to another. The vegetation is mainly tall Khar pater grassland with a few patches of Khair Sissoo scrub forest and deciduous mixed riverine forest.

The reserve offers important habitat for a variety of wildlife. The last surviving populations (about 100 individuals) of wild buffalo or Arna are found here. Other mammals occurring here are hog deer spotted deer and blue bull. (more…)

Langtang
Langtang
Langtang

Langtang is one of the most unspoiled national parks of Nepal. Situated North of Kathmandu, it is the most easily accessible highland sanctuary from the capital. Langtang cover’s 1,710 sq. km. Forming the upper catchments areas of two of Nepal’s largest river systems the Trishuli and Koshi. There is great altitudinal variation, starting at 1500m and ascending to the top of Mt. Langtang valley the holly lakes at Gosainkunda Helambu.

The deep gorges of Bhote Koshi and Langtang Khola are thickly forested with rhododendron oak maple and alder. In the lower Langtang Valley and below Gosainkunda is inhabited by the red panda a rare and threatened symbol of a healthy Himalayan ecosystem. (more…)

Makalu–Barun National Park
Makalu–Barun National Park
Makalu–Barun National Park

The park is situated in the Sankhuwasabha and Solukhumbu districts bordered by the Arun river on the east Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest) National park in the west the Nepal Tibet border on the north and Saune Danda on the south. The park covers 2,330 Sq. Kms situated in 2500-8000 m height.

Stepping up the slope are a series of vegetation zones starting with tropical sal forest below 1,000 m. elevation subtropical schema castanopsis forest at 1,00-2,000m. Fir birch rhododendron forest in the sub alpine (3,00-4,00m.) and herbs grasses and rhododendron juniper shrubs in the (more…)

Manaslu Conservation Area Project (MCAP)
Manaslu Conservation Area Project (MCAP)
Manaslu Conservation Area Project (MCAP)

The Manaslu area in Gorkha district is a classic setting to experience pristine mountain nature and culture. With proposed plans for conserving the heritage of the area, it is also an ideal place for village tourism. The area starts from 600- 8163 m. this is the home of 200 species of different plants, leopard, 20 species of birds, reptiles.

Parsa Wildlife Reserve
Parsa Wildlife Reserve
Parsa Wildlife Reserve

Parsa wildlife Reserve occupies parts of Chitwan Makawanpur Parsa and Bara districts in central Nepal. The reserve headquarters is situated at Adabar on the Hetauda Birgunj highway and Reserve covers 499 sq, Kms. and established in 1984.

The dominant landscape of the reserve the churiya hills ranging from 750 m to 950 m run east west of the reserve. The reserve has sub tropical monsoon climate. The forest types with Sal constituting 90% of the vegetation. (more…)

Rara National Park
Rara National Park
Rara National Park

Situated about 370 km. North west of Kathmandu. Rara is Nepal’s smallest and most scenic national park cover 106 sq. km Most of the park is at an altitude of about 3000 meters forested by conifers. The park was established in 1976 situate in 2990 m height and protects some of the most beautiful alpine and sub alpine ecosystems of the Himalayan.

The centerpiece is the pristine Lake Rara also known as Mahendra Tal (167 m. deep) the biggest lake in Nepal. The lake is surrounded by richly forested hills Chuchemara Danda at 4087 meters is the best vantage point to get stunning views of the lake and the thickly forested hillsides and the snowcapped peaks around it. (more…)

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