16 Jul 2019

National Parks in Nepal

Nepal is bit ahead to preserve more endangered species of flora and fauna than any other country in Asia. There are many National Parks and Conservation Areas in Nepal. Now, the protected areas in Nepal include 10 national parks, 3 wildlife reserves, one hunting reserve and 6 conservation areas and 11 buffer zones covering an area of 34,186.62 sq. km, that is, 23.23 percent of the total area of the country.

Phoksundo National Park

The shey phokwundo is one of the remotest national park in Nepal and one of the few areas protecting trans-Himasayan ecology. With diverse terrain and altitude variation, the park spreads


Parsa Wildlife Reserve

The Parsa Wildlife Reserve provided a rare opportunity to experience the nature and culture in Nepal’s lowland. The vegetation in the reserve is tropical and sub tropical mostly covered


Shivapuri National Park

The Shivapuri National Park (144 sq km) is the major watershed supplying drinking water to the capital city of Kathmandu. Lying in the transition zone between the subtropical and temperate


Rara National Park

Rara National Park is located in North-West Nepal about 371 km. air distance from Kathmandu. Most of the park, including Lake Rara, lies in the Mugu District; a small area in the Jumla


Sukla Phant Wildlife Reserve

Shukla Phant Wildlife Reserve is situated in the extreme south-west of Nepal. The name of the park is derived from the largest of these grasslands which is known as Sukla Phanta.