There are 2,532 species of vascular plants represented by 1,034 genera and 199 families in the protected sites. Some 130 endemic species are found in the protected sites. For ecology and vegetation purposes Nepal could be divided into four floristic regions i.e. (a) western (b) north-western (c) central, and (d) eastern, and bio-climatically these are broken down into twenty regions from humid tropical climate to the arid, alpine regions. But for the purpose of identifying Nepal’s flora for the special interest tourist, the following shows the zones from the point of view of altitude i.e. Tropical zone (below 1,000 m), Sub-tropical Zone (1,000 to 2,100 m), Temperate Zone (2,100 to 3,100 m), Sub-alpine Zone (3,100 to 4,100 m), the Alpine Zone (4,100 to 4,500 m), and the Alpine Steppe region. There are 399 endemic flowering plants in Nepal of which about 63% are from the High Mountains, 38% from the Mid Hills, and only 5% from the Tarai and Siwaliks. Similarly, the central region contains 66% of the total endemic species followed by western (32%) and eastern regions (29%).

Spending Winter Holidays in Nepal

Nepal known as paradise of Earth, wonderful natural beauty, abundance of wildlife and richness of culture and lifestyle. We have slogan “Nepal for all season”.  From the mid of December to mid-February are winter time in Nepal During the winter time low land of Nepal are also pretty cold and weather is foggy in the morning but … Continue reading “Spending Winter Holidays in Nepal”

People of Nepal and their culture

Nepalese citizens are also known as Gurkha or Gorkhali. Nepal’s population is about 25 millions. Nepal is a diverse and multi-ethnic country where, 69 different cultural, more than 90 languages and ethnicity. Mostly each ethnic group has their own unique costumes, speak their own languages or dialects, and follow their own religious practices. The majority … Continue reading “People of Nepal and their culture”

Trekking Safety in Nepal

Never take trekking safety lightly. Lighted up by the adrenalin rush caused by thoughts of adventure. We forget that while trekking is fun it is also very dangerous at times. Nepal is as beautiful as you can imagine. But also keep in mind that mother nature is unpredictable. In rural areas of Nepal, services are … Continue reading “Trekking Safety in Nepal”

Ghorepani Poon Hill – A trekking Destination

The Poon Hill Situated at the height of 3,210 meters. Breathtaking mountain scenery, the beautiful ethnic villages and many other factors justify the popularity of Ghorepani Poon hill treks. It also provides spectacular views of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Machhapuchhre and many other mountains. All these mountains are one of the world highest mountains with majestic unclimbed peak … Continue reading “Ghorepani Poon Hill – A trekking Destination”

Trek to Tilicho Lake

The Tilicho Lake (5200m) is the world highest lake situated in Trans Himalayan zone in Nepal. The trekking route is the combine of the Annapunra circuit trekking. Tilicho Lake is also widely well recognized as a holy spot mentioned in the Ramayan – a popular religious book of the Hindus. Hindu pilgrims and devotees from all over … Continue reading “Trek to Tilicho Lake”

Top 3 Base Camp Trek in Nepal

Nepal is one of the best trekking destination place in the whole world because, Nepal has Himalayan Paradise with world’s greatest Himalayas as well as Nepal also has many culture and customs that reflect the country’s diversity beautifully. Trekking in Nepal is also a very good way to get yourself acquired with the people’s lifestyle, … Continue reading “Top 3 Base Camp Trek in Nepal”

Jungle Safari in Nepal

Nepal has a total of 9 National Parks, 3 wildlife reserves, 6 conservation areas and 1 hunting reserve covering a total of 28,999 sq km which is 19.7 % of the country’s total land. Nepal are rich in different kind of flora and wildlife, birds, such as the rare great one horned rhinoceros, several species … Continue reading “Jungle Safari in Nepal”