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National Parks in Nepal

Come to Nepal and you will enjoy its magnificent and pristine nature. Whether you are a nature lover or not, Nepal's natural beauty will definitely impress you. One of the best places to experience all this natural beauty is by visiting one of the National Parks in Nepal. In total there are nine national parks waiting for you to be explored. Each park is unique in its own way and the landscapes vary from the low and plain Terai landscape to the World's Highest Peak, Mount Everest (Sagarmatha).

Cormorant enjoying the morning sun in Bardia National Park

Bardia National Park

Bardia National Park is located in Mid-Western Nepal and stretches from the Karnali Flood Plain, the Babai River Valley tot the Siwalki Range, with its highest peak (Sukarmala) at 1441 metres. Bardia is best know or its chances to spot the rare Bengal Tiger. » Read More

Elephant Safari in Chitwan National Park

Chitwan National Park

Chitwan National Park is by far Nepal's most popular National Park and is also Nepal's oldest National Park. Its popularity is due to its declaration as Unesco World Heritage Site and location. From Kathmandu and Pokhara Chitwan is easily reachable by road and forms a welcome break when travelling between these two major tourist hubs. » Read More

View on the Saipal Himalayan Range from Khaptad National Park

Khaptad National Park

One of Nepal's least known and visted National Parks is Khaptad National Park. Khaptad offers a thrilling landscape and is located in the remote west of Nepal. The park itself lies isolated and can only be reached by foot as there are no road connections close by. » Read More

Langtang National Park

Langtang National Park

The Langtang National Park is the oldest Himalayan national park of Nepal and lies just north of Kathmandu and stretches till the Tibetan border. Throughout the National Park there are three main trekking routes: Langtang Valley, Helambu and Gosainkunda Lake. The park is therefore often visited by trekking groups and individuals. » Read More

Lush Green Landscape in Makalu Barun National Park

Makalu Barun National Park

The Makalu Barun National Park is located in the North-Eastern Himalayas and borders the Sagarmatha National Park. This national park has the world's highest altitude range, with an altitude difference of over 8000 metres. Enjoy the thrivelling peaks such as Mount Makalu(8463 metres), Mount Chamlang(7319 metres)and Mera Peak (6654 metres) » Read More

View over Lake Rara, Rara National Park

Rara National Park

Rara National Park, Nepal's smallest national park and yet largest lake (10,8 km2) at an altitude of 2990 metres. The lake plays a predominant role in the landscape as well as snow-capped peaks such as Chuchemare Peak, Ruman Kand and Malika Kand.» Read More

Sagarmatha National Park

Sagarmatha National Park

The Sagarmatha National Park is located in the North-Eastern Himlayas and is most know by the highest peak in the world, Mount Everest(Sagarmatha, 8848 metres). The uniqueness of the landscape and environment have lead to a Unesco World Heritage Listing. » Read More

Phoksundo Lake

Shey-Phoksundo National Park

Shey Phoksundo is Nepal's largest national park and is located in the Trans-Himalayan region. The most significant landmark of the park is Phoksundo lake. Visit this park and have a chance to see the rare snow leopard and its prey, the blue sheep.» Read More

View on the Langtang Himalayan Range from the Shivapuri Peak

Shivapuri Nagarjun National Park

Nepal's most well accesible park and just 12 kilometres north of Kathmandu. Shivapuri National Park is the source of the holy Bagmati river used for religious purposes, but also a valulable source of drinking water. The highest peak of the park lies at 2732 metres and offers a good vantage point to gaze on the snowcapped Langtang Himalayas. » Read More