Sagarmatha national park

The prime attraction of Sagarmatha National Park is Mount Everest – the highest peak of the world. It is home to two other eight thousanders – Lhotse and Cho Oyu – besides several other prominent peaks above 6,000 m.

Designated as a World Heritage Site in 1979, much of the 1,148 sq. km park lies above 3,000 m. The park is composed of rugged terrain with deep gorges, glaciers and huge rocks. The vegetation in the park changes from pine, hemlock, fir, juniper, birch, rhododendron and shrubs to alpine plants and then to bare rock and snow. It is home to the ghoral, tahr, serow and musk deer as well over 118 species of birds inhabits as the impeyan pheasant ( Danfe), blood pheasant, red-billed chough , yellow-billed chough, snow cock, snow pigeon, Himalayan griffon etc.

This area also provides warm Sherpa hospitality and has many monasteries and landmarks.

The best point to explore the area could be Gokyo village, Everest base camp, Lobuche, Kalapatthar, Chuking Valley and the Thame valley.

The best way to reach is a 30 minutes flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and a two days walk to Namche bazar.

Best season : October, November, march, april , may. December – February ( +5 degree)

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