Sagarmatha National Park, National Parks, Reserves

For stunning beauty and tranquility, come and visit a world heritage site that is truly unforgettable. Sagarmatha National Park is spectacular to say the least. You will not be disappointed by the surroundings of the national Park as it is situated in the eastern part of Nepal near to the Himalayas and the southern half of Mount Everest.

In July 1976 Sagarmatha National Park was formed and in 1979 UNESCO listed the park as a World Heritage Site. Sagarmatha National Park also lies to the northeast of Kathmandu and covers an area of 1,148 sq. km. of the Himalayan ecological zone.

As a visitor to Sagarmatha National Park you will appreciate the lovely green lush forest that allows you to breathe in its fresh pure scent of the woods. The forests consist of pine and hemlock trees. Also in the forests you will be pleased to see many other awesome trees such as the birch rhododendron and juniper trees. So bring along your loved ones to experience the true beauty and splendor of Sagarmatha National Park. Also truly magnificent is the gently flowing river waters giving you a feeling of peace and serenity.

There is much to see here in the Sagarmatha National Park, for instance, any bird lover will appreciate the magnificent bird habitat that the park has to offer. There are at least 118 species of birds that include Danphe Blood pheasant, the Red-billed chough and yellow-billed chough. What an awesome sight to watch these delicate creatures going about their daily business. So keep your ears open for their sweet song.

What is truly sad in this world today is to see the extinction of animal life. However, Sagarmatha National Park is home to a number of rare species that may never be seen again, such as the snow leopard and the panda. So come and take this opportunity to visit the park for an unforgettable experience. There are a number of rules and regulations in the Sagamatha National park that need to be followed. These regulations are put in place to protect the plants and the animals and it also allows everyone to have an enjoyable visit.

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