Sagarmatha National Park is surrounded by the attractive Himalayas and dominated by Mt. Everest and listed as the Natural World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1979. Covering an area of 1,148 km² which is located in the Sol Khumbu District, it is the highest national park in the world.
It is the home of many endangered species of Nepal which includes Musk Deer, Himalayan Black Bear, Red Panda, and Snow Leopard and consists of 118 species of birds, including the Himalayan Monal, Blood pheasant, red-Billed Chough, and Yellow-billed Chough. It is also the major source of glaciers, providing fresh water. Similarly, it is also one of the main sources of attraction for tourists to visit Nepal.
Best time to visit Sagarmatha National Park
The best time to visit Sagarmatha National Park is between October and November or between March and May where you can see the Himalayas range clearly. Don’t come here from June to September month because of heavy rainfall which makes hiking and camping very risky and difficult.
If you are Mountain lover and not afraid of cold, then get ready for thrills, adventure and a chance to meet Snow leopard if you get lucky. The equipment, clothes, and documents will be provided by the agencies you book.