Gaurishankar conservation area Nepal
The Gaurishankar conservation area is situated just below the Gaurishankar mountain, jugal himal range and is spread in area of 2179 sq km. It lies in Ramechhap, Dolakha, Sindhupalchwok district, encompasses 22 villages. Wild animals in this park include the Himalayan black bear, red panda, snow leopard, musk deer, rhesus macaw and blue sheep.
The birds found here include impeyan pheasant, shy drongo and red-billed blue magpie. Outfitters are familiar with the best approach to visiting conservation areas, as well as all of the native customs, traditions and how to treat both the local people and the environment with respect.
Tourism in Gaurishankar conservation area
Gaurishankar conservation project protected area in the Himalayas established in January 2010. It is rich in bio-diversity. A total of 16 varieties of vegetation have been identified in the area. 34 species of mammals, 14 snake species, 16 species of fish, 10 types of amphibians and 8 lizard and 235 species of birds have been recorded.
Sacred Kalinchock Bhagawati temples, Lapchi khang, Dolakha Bhimsen are the major pilgrimage of Gaurishankar area. Conservation area reach in the term of water resources there are Khimti, Bhotekoshi, Sunkoshi, and Tamakoshi Rivers the major hydro-power projects of Nepal. Tso rolpa glacial lakes, dorlambu glacier, Rolwaling valley are the famous spots for walking holidays.
Gaurishankar Conservation Area consisting of Sagarmatha national park in east, Langtang national park in west and the Tibetan region of China in the north. Main attractions of the conservation area are flora, fauna, Himalayan range, Mount Gaurishankar and natural landscape.
This area is the perfect destination for Adventure tours like trekking, rafting, climbing, mountaineering etc. Explorations in conservation areas require permit, as well as a nature guide to get pleasant and exciting experience. If you need more information about Gaurishankar conservation area travel guide fell free to contact us.