Sagarmatha National Park is the highest altitude protected park in the world ranging from 2000 meters to over 8000 meters. The world’s tallest mountain Mt. Everest (8848m) also lies in the territory of the Sagarmatha National park. In fact, the actual name of Mt. Everest is Mt. Sagarmatha. The total area of 1148 sq. km in the Solukhumbu district was recognized as National Park in 1976 and declared as a world heritage site in 1979.
Sagarmatha National Park is the amusing wild park one can ever find in the world full of varieties of rare floras and faunas along with the snowy peaks above 6000m in the surrounding. The trails of the protected area above 3000 meters are mostly rugged terrain full of deep gorges, glaciers, snow-covered peaks, and massive rocks with its ridge as a pathway. As the area elevates higher, the park boasts its wilderness with forests of pine, rhododendron, juniper trees, birch, and silver fir.
The wildlife freely roams in the protected area predominantly 118 species of the birds nesting and swirling, snow leopard, Himalayan Tahr, musk deer, grey wolf, Himalayan black bear, Himalayan Lyn, Himalayan Monal (Danphe), and dazzling pheasant. Apart from wildlife experiences, travelers also get an opportunity to explore the stunning views of Mt. Everest, Ama Dablam, and other peaks over 8000 meters. The Sagarmatha National Park Tour also includes adventurous activities such as hiking and camping at admirably beautiful locations such as Kala Patthar, Gokyo Lake, Dudh Koshi River, and Everest Base camp. The tour to Sagarmatha National Park is a complete experience of wildlife, nature, diverse terrain, adventure, and thrills.
Explore the Highest altitude-protected park.
Observe the rarest wildlife, terrestrials, and birds.
Hike to the Kala Patthar, the viewpoint of Mt. Everest.
Camp at Gokyo Lake and bank of the Dudh Koshi River.
Stroll through the dense forest of different plants and trees.
Enjoy the view of deep gorges, snow-clad peaks, waterfall, and swirling birds.