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Sagarmatha National Park in Nepal

Sagarmatha National Park is home to the highest peak in the world – Mt. Everest (8,848 m), Sagarmatha being the Nepali name for Everest. The area was designated a national park in 1976 and encompasses several other peaks all above 6,000 m. The park got recognition as a World Heritage Site in 1979.

With most of the park lying above 3,000 m, it is mostly rugged terrain made up of deep gorges, glaciers and massive rocks. The Park boasts of a wide variety of wildlife including more than 118 species of birds. While the forest is dominated by silver fir, birch, rhododendron and juniper trees, animals such as musk deer, the Himalayan tahr, the ghoral, the serow, the wolf, and the Himalayan black bear may be spotted by trekkers in this region.

For coming season there are many trekking and tour packages prepared in Nepal, there are main tour places, trekking routes and tour destination which mentioned here. In Nepal, whole of them for trekking Annapurna Region, Manaslu, Langtang, Gosaikunda, Manaslu, Kanchenjunga, Dhaulagiri, Upper Mustang, Dolpo, Upper Dolpo and Humla Trek. Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek is also very popular and Upper
Mustang Trek as well.

There are other trekking regions too which has many trekking routes and regions like
as Everest Base Camp Trek, 3 high passes trek, Gokyo Lake Trek, Everest View Trek and Langtang Valley Trek.

Except these trekking, other travel packages also available in Nepal. Nepal Package Tour, Exclusive Tour, World Heritage Tour, Seinior Citizen Holidays or Tour, Family Holidays and Best Nepal Tourare very popular and which includes all important travel parts of Nepal.

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