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%).

News, Safety

Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN)Like Page5 hrs ·  Trekker Missing in Everest Mr. James Griffin of Great Britain has gone missing from Everest trekking region since 2 November. He is reported to have arrived in Nepal on 29 October before beginning his Everest trek. His passport no. is 536538452. We would like to request our member … Continue reading “News, Safety”

Very Sad News! French tourist dies after falling down to River!

A French trekker aged 52 fell down to river and died on 23-Oct,nearby Tal village`s Suspension bridge (Tal-Dharapani). The dead body had sent to headquarters Chame,Manang with the help of tourist police and we trekking guide group for further investigation, postmortem. Still his 3 friends waiting for helicopter in Chame to take dead body to … Continue reading “Very Sad News! French tourist dies after falling down to River!”

What you need to know about Nepal’s Biggest Festival (Dashain)

Dashain is the grandest, longest and most auspicious festival in Nepal. Dashain is a time for family reunions, exchange of gifts and blessings, and elaborate pujas. The fifteen days of celebration occurs during the bright lunar fortnight ending on the day of the full moon. It’s celebrated in the month of Ashwin or Kartik (nepalese Calendar) which … Continue reading “What you need to know about Nepal’s Biggest Festival (Dashain)”

Tea house Trekking In Nepal

A Tea House is the combination of guest house, restaurant, and social hang out. Tea house Trek is one of the most popular styles of trekking in Nepal among both foreigners and locals. Most of the teahouses are owned, managed and inhabited by local families. Tea houses basically mean small hotels established along the trekking routes … Continue reading “Tea house Trekking In Nepal”