Flora and Fauna in Nepal

Nepal treasures abundant species of flora and fauna due to the variation in climate, from tropical to arctic. There are no natural habitats in Nepal. Nepal has established numerous National park and reserves in order to protect it diverse fauna.
In terms of biodiversity, Nepal is one of the richest countries in the world. It is rightfully called Amazon of Asia due to the unique variety of species found in here. Nepal has more than 900 species of birds, which accounts to 8.9% of the total species of birds all around the world. It has 4.2 % of the world’s butterfly species and 3.96 percent of the world’s mammal species. Nepal holds two percent of the world’s orchids (more than 360 species), six percent of the world’s rhododendron species (national flower) and 250 species endemic to Nepal.
The endemic fauna are: Himalayan field mouse, spiny babbler, Nepali kalij, 14 herpetofauna, and six types of fishes.
Nepal's dense Terai jungles houses exotic animals like the Asiatic elephant, the one-horned rhinoceros and the Royal Bengal tiger among others. Wildlife like the leopard, monkey, langur, hyena, jackal, wild boar, antelope, wild cat, wolf, sloth bear, chital or spotted deer and barking deer can also be found in Nepal.

Quick Enquiry

  • Why Travel in Nepal?

    Nepal is country situated in the temperate region of the world surrounded by two countries India in the east, west and south and China in the north. Despite of being a small country Nepal treasures mountains, hills and the plain surface known as terai. Acquiring the 8 out of 10 highest peak of the world, Nepal has become the hotspot destination of mountaineers, rock climbers and people wanting adventures. The ten world heritage sites including the birth place of Lord Buddha, the famous temple of Hindus the Pashupatinath provides the composure and serenity to the visitors who prefers the peaceful places.

  • Why Travel with us?

    1. Touring variety as you desire.
    2. Concerns of safety and reliability.
    3. Experienced Guide.
    4. Small Groups while travelling.
    5. Modern accommodation at good hotel.
    6. Transportation according to your desire.
    7. Tailor made itinerary that can be customized.
    8. 24/7 customer service.
    9. Trip and tour that fits your budget.
    10. Valued customer satisfaction.
  • Client Reviews

    “A green, clean, small Happy country”

    Bhutan tour review Bhutan is a very beautiful country in the Himalayas and worth visiting with Family. People of Bhutan are very kind and happy people and tourist friendly nature.Climate is pleasant during April-May. Temples and monasteries are very beautiful and historical. Flora and fauna are great. Green and white (Snowclad) hills and clean rivers are really very attractive.  Only a co Read More

    Acharya Ramadas, From Pune, India