Sagarmatha national park travel guide for tourism in Khumbu

Sagarmatha - Sagarmatha national park

Sagarmatha national park Nepal

The Sagarmatha national park is so heavenly because it is directly attached to the great Himalayas and its amazing landscapes. This national park is a highly prestigious place and is a protected zone protecting the heavenly areas of the Himalayan ranges and the highest point in the world the Mount Everest. Sagarmatha national park travel guide for tourism in Khumbu

World highest Sagarmatha national park has occupied an area of 1,148 sq. Kilometers; most of the land of Sagarmatha national park situated 3000m above sea level. Sagarmatha is full of rugged terrain with deep gorges, glaciers and huge rocks. Larger portions of this park are covered with mountain ranges and there are many steep places, this park is directly to the river basin of Dudh Kosi.

The park lands are divided into three portions which include the likes of barren lands which are acquire about 70% of the park, around 25% – 26% of the park is covered by grazing lands and the remaining lands are present in lower regions which are about 4% – 5% of the park is comprised by those lands which are forested. Suggested trip to explore Sagarmatha national park are listed here choose suitable trip to Sagarmatha Himalayas as per your desire and duration of holidays.

Trip to Everest, Sagarmatha national park

Everest base camp trek                                             Gokyo lakes trek
Everest, Gokyo, chola pass trek                            Renjo la pass trek
Island Peak climbing                                                Everest view trek
Jiri to Everest base camp trek                                Island peak trek
Everest Expedition                                                     Mera peak climbing
Cho oyu Expedition                                                    Lobuche peak climbing
Everest three pass trek                                              Manirimdu festival trek
Pumori expedition                                                      Ama dablam expedition
Makalu base camp trek                                             Kongma la pass trek
Dudh kunda trek                                                          Everest trekking

Everest base camp treks in Nepal
Everest base camp

The lower areas of the forest area of the park consist of vegetation like bamboo, blue pines, rhododendrons, birch, juniper and fir. The remaining regions of the park have vegetation’s which are small sized like mosses and lichens and as the height of the region increases vegetation tends to decrease and at higher levels there are least chances of vegetation growth.

Main attractions of Sagarmatha national park are highest peak Mt. Everest (8,848 m) and other high mountains like Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Pumori, Kangtega, Gyachung Kang, Thamserku etc. The Sagarmatha national park is home to over a hundred bird species which include the likes of yellow billed chough and the blood pheasant. Birdwatchers can have the best sightseeing experience while viewing rare bird species.

This park is also home to various other mammals like the snow leopard, musk dear, red panda, Himalayan wolves and various other important species. All of these animals are accustomed with the winter weather and the low oxygen content in the air and can survive throughout their lives without any changes.

The exotic location, the vast stretch of lands and the diverse collection of animals and birds add to the prestige of the park which give it a new dimension and a new name making it one of the best national parks for people around the globe, the Himalayan ranges adds to the value of the park and makes it one of the best places to go if you seek a natural outing.

Sagarmatha National Park is a storehouse of Himalayas natural resources well known natural world heritage site declared by UNESCO. If you need more information about climbing, trekking, tours and hiking national park fact fell free to contact us.