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All Nepal National Park Tours

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A National Park is a separate protected area where wild animals, birds, vegetation geographical area and landscapes are systematically managed under the administration of the National Government. National Parks are important for conservation of natural beauty, scenery and resources. In this area, no one is allowed to enter without permission. Animal hunting and cutting plants are strictly prohibited. Grazing of domestic animals and construction of houses are also not allowed.
In Nepal, there are

  • 10 National Parks
  • 3 Wildlife Reserves
  • 6 Conservation Areas
  • 1 Hunting Reserve

National Parks in Nepal

  • Chitwan National Park
  • Sagarmatha National Park
  • Langtang National Park
  • Rara National Park
  • Khaptad National Park
  • Shey Phoksundo National Park
  • Bardiya National Park
  • Makalu Barun National Park
  • ShivapuriNagarjunaNational Park
  • Banke National Park

Wildlife Reserves in Nepal

  • Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve
  • Parsa Wildlife Reserve
  • Shukla Phanta Wildlife Reserve

Conservation Areas in Nepal

  • Annapurna Conservation Area
  • Api Nampa Conservation Area
  • Gaurishankar Conservation Area
  • Kanchenjunga Conservation Area
  • Makalu-Barun Conservation Area
  • Manaslu Conservation Area

Hunting Reserve in Nepal

  • Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve

Chitwan National Park Facts

  • Established in 1973
  • Area 932 sq. km
  • First national park in Nepal
  • UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984
  • Situated in the Chitwan district, south of Central Region
  • 700 species of Wildlife
  • 43 species of mammals
  • 113 species of fish and crocodiles
  • 543 species of birds

Sagarmatha National ParkFacts

  • Established in 1976
  • Area 1148 sq. km
  • Famous for Bird Watching
  • Natural World Heritage Site in 1979
  • Situated in the Solukhumbu district, Eastern Everest Region
  • 118 species of birds 
  • Home of musk deer, snow leopard, Himalayan black bear, red panda etc.

Langtang National Park Facts

  • Established in 1976
  • Area 1710 sq. km
  • First Himalayan national park in Nepal
  • Situated in the Nuwakot, Rasuwa, Sindhupalchok districts, Central Himalayan Region
  • 700 species of Wildlife
  • Sacred Gosainkunda lake lies
  • High diversity of 18 vegetation types

Rara National Park Facts

  • Established in 1976
  • Area 106 sq. km
  • Smallest national park in Nepal
  • Situated in the Mugu and Jumla districts, north of Mid-western Region
  • 700 species of Wildlife
  • 51 species of mammals
  • 5 species of fish and reptiles
  • 241 species of birds 
  • Main feature – Rara Lake
  • Not a famous tourist destination due to lack of accomodation

Khaptad National Park Facts

  • Established in 1984
  • Area 225 sq. km
  • Named after a holy man Khaptad Baba
  • Situated in the Far-western Region
  • 567 species of flora
  • 23 species of mammals
  • 23 species of amphibians and reptiles
  • 287 species of birds 

Shey Phoksundo National Park Facts

  • Established in 1984
  • Area 3555 sq. km
  • Largest trans Himalayan national park in Nepal
  • Famous Phoksundo Lake deepest in Nepal
  • UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984
  • Situated in the Dolpa district, north of Mid-western Region
  • Extremely diversed flora
  • Endangered species – snow leopard, grey wold, musk deer, jackal, etc.
  • 6 species of reptiles
  • 29 species of butterflies
  • 200 species of birds 
  • Many Gompas and religious sites

Bardiya National Park Facts

  • Established in 1988
  • Area 968 sq. km
  • Former Royal BardiyaNational Park
  • Largest undisturbed national park
  • Situated in the Bardiya district, south of Mid-western Terai Region
  • 839 species of flora
  • 53 species of mammals
  • 125 species of fish
  • 23 species of reptiles
  • 407 species of birds 

Makalu Barun National Park Facts

  • Established in 1992
  • Area 1500 sq. km
  • Situated in the Solukhumbu and Sankhuwasabha districts, north Eastern Region
  • High diversity of forest types
  • 3128 species of flowering plants
  • 88 species of mammals
  • 78 species of fish
  • 440 species of birds
  • 315 species of butterflies
  • 43 species of reptiles
  • 16 species of amphibians

Shivapuri Nagarjuna National Park Facts

  • Established in 2002
  • Area 159 sq. km
  • Named after Shivapuri Peak (2732m)
  • Situated in the Kathmandu, Nuwakot and Sindhupalchowk districts, north of the Kathmandu valley
  • 2122 species of flora
  • 318 species of birds 
  • Indian leopard, jungle cat, wild boar, golden jackal etc.

Banke National Park Facts

  • Established in 2010
  • Area 550 sq. km
  • Tenth national park in Nepal
  • Situated in the Banke, Salyan and Dang districts, southern Mid-western Region

Wildlife Reserves

The Wildlife Reserves are the places where animals and birds are founds in a good number with full protection together with the in National environment. Such places are known as Wildlife reserves. People are not allowed to enter without prior permission, houses cannot be built, cattle for grazing cannot be taken, and nothing can be thrown in the river of reserves. Without prior permission from the Government, nobody is allowed to do any research work, hunting animals or birds, affecting plants. Even tourists too are not allowed to enter.

  • Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserves

It is 175 sq. km in its area and established in 1976. It lies on the floodplains of the saptapater grass land with Khayar - Sisoo forest, deciduous mixed riverine forest. The fauna includes wild buffalo or arna, hog deer, wild boar, spotted deer, blue bull, endangered crocodiles and gangeticdolphin, 280 species of birds including 20 species of ducks, many storks, egrets, herons and the endangered swamp loatridges and Bengal floricans.

  • Parsa Wildlife Reserves

Its area is 499 sq. km and is established in 1984. It lies in Chitwan, Makawanpur, Parsa and Bara District in central Nepal. The flora includes khayar, sisso, silk cotton tree etc. The fauna includes wild elephants, tiger, leopard sloth bear, gaur, blue bull, wild dog, sambar, chittal hog deer, barking deer, langur, striped hyena, jungle coat etc. There are about 300 species of birds like giant hornbill, beafowl, red jungle fowl, and wood peckers. Some common snakes are king cobra, common cobra, krait, rat snake and python.

  • Shukla Phanta Wildlife Reserves

It has an area of 155 sq. km and is established in 1975. It is situated in the southern part of far- western Nepal in Kanchanpur District. The Flora includes sale, asanasmall, karma, khayar, silo. Many species of grasses like impetrate cylindrical, saccharin heteroplogon etc. are also found. The fauna includes swamp deer, elephant, tiger hispid hare, blue bull, leopard, chital, hog deer and wild door. There are about 200 species of birds and snakes like cobra krait, rat, snake etc.