Shey Phoksundo National Park from Kathmandu travel information
Shey Phoksundo National Park covers an area 3,555 sq. km; buffer zone 1349 sq. km spreads Dolpa and Mugu districts situated in the Trans Himalayan region of northwest Nepal. It is the largest national park of Nepal established in 1984 A.D highlights of the park are Kanjiroba Himal, Shey Monastery, Phoksundo Lake and Langu Gorge etc.
National Park provides habitat for endangered species of wild animals like snow leopard, grey wolf, musk deer, Tibetan sheep, Tibetan wild ass, Tibetan gazelle and antelope, and wild yak etc. Beside that it is the habitat of blue sheep, goral, great Tibetan sheep Himalayan tahr, leopard, jackal, and Himalayan black bear National park contains 286 spices of flora, 7 species of reptiles and 29 species of butterfly, 200 species of birds including Impeyan and cheer Pheasant, chough, raven, Tibetan snow cock, Tibetan twit, brown dipper, Himalayan griffon and lammergeyer etc are recorded.
This park is the perfect destination for trekking, hiking, climbing, botanical tour and bird watching etc. If you need more information about the best time to visit shey phoksundo travel information for Mugu district Nepal fell free to contact us.