Rara National Park

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Rara National Park is a protected area in the Himalayas of Nepal and was established in 1976. Covering an area of 106 km2 (41 sq mi) in the Muguand Jumla districts, it is the country's smallest national park. Its main feature is Rara Lake at an altitude of 2,990 m (9,810 ft). The park was established to protect the unique flora and fauna of the Humla–Jumla Region of Nepal. The...
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CHITWAN

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Chitwan has a particularly rich flora and fauna. Nepal's first national park, the Chitwan National Park together with the adjacent Parsa Wildlife Reserve support a species diversity much higher than any other on the Indian subcontinent. Rare species include Bengal tiger, gharial, rhino, leopards, mugger crocodile, Indian rock python and several species of deer. The protected ar...
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SIRUBARI

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Sirubari Village Homestay The Sirubari Village Homestay program gives visitors a first hand experience of village life in Sirubari, a pristine Gurung village in Syangja district of Nepal. Throughout the year, the weather remains pleasant in this beautiful hamlet. From Pokhara, a short drive and walk across a picturesque landscape leads us to Sirubari. The inhabitants of   Siru...
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POKHARA

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After the occupation of Tibet by China in 1950 and the Indo-China war in 1962, the old trading route to India from Tibet through Pokhara became defunct. Today only few caravans from Mustang arrive in Bagar. In recent decades, Pokhara has become a major tourist destination, it is considered as tourism capital of Nepal. in South Asia mainly for adventure tourism and the base for ...
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GHANDRUK

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Ghandruk is a town and Village Development Committee in Kaski District in the Gandaki Zone of northern-central Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 4,748 persons living in 1,013 individual households. Ghandruk is a popular place for treks in the Annapurna range of Nepal, with  easy    trails and various accommodation possibilities. From Ghandruk t...
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