Exotic flora and fauna are still to be found in Nepal central Himalayan destinations. Thanks to the state for declaring national Park and nature conservation areas to rich Himalayan ecological region where still rich Himalayan eco systems are available. ETE develops and plans adventure eco holiday tours in and around those nature protected areas in remote areas of Nepal where rich natural inventories are to see and feel wilderness soul. The eco-system with their habitats is fragile so that we have planned and developed our eco holiday inventories with eco friendly methods by innovative ways.Kanchenjungha
Our adventure eco holiday trips are perfectly designated inside Makalu – Barun National Park lays north east remote nook of Nepal. Unique Himalayan ecological bio-diversity and eco system are the main properties of our adventure eco holiday trips in this area.
Makalu (Makalungma in local Limbu language (8463m) is the 5th highest mountain in the world and is located 22 km (14 miles) east of Mt. Everest, on the border between Nepal and Tibet. It is an isolated peak whose shape is a four sided pyramid. Makalu has two notable subsidiary peaks. Kangchungtse (Makalu II 7678m) lies about 3 km north-north west of the main summit. Raising about 5 km (3.1 miles) north-north east of the main summit across a broad plateau and connected to Kangchungtse by narrow 72 m saddle, is Chomo Lonzo (7804m) The name of the mountain was probably taken from the Shanskrit word Maha-Kala which means Big Black and is a by name of Shiva – one of the most important gods of Hinduism. The mountain has another name in local dialect Kumbhakarna – the giant.Manaslu
Manaslu (also known as Kutang) is the eight highest mountains in the world and is located in the Manshiri Himal, part of Nepalese Himalayas, in the west-central part of Nepal. Its meaning is “Mountain of the Spirit” comes from the Sanskrit word. Manas (soul). It was first climbed on May 9, 1956 by Toshio Imanishi and Gyaljen Norbu. As British consider Everest their mountain, Manaslu has always been a Japanese mountain.
Manaslu trek (Circuit): 177km (110 miles), the route was historically well known salt trading route through bank of Budhigandaki River.Dolpo and Dhorpatan
The region is historically divided into 4 valleys, Chharka (good growing place, Tarap (auspicious excellent), Panzang/Tinje (abode of monks) and Nankhong/Saldang (inner most place). The valleys south of the watershed drain into the Bheri River.
In 842, Tibet fell apart, and Dolpo fell under the kingdom of Purang. Purang and Dolpo became temporarily part of the kingdom of Guge in 10th centaury but soon become separate again when king Skyid Ide Mye Ma Mgon divided Guge among his three sons. For some time between the 15th century and the 16th century, Dolpo was temporarily independent and ruled by king from the Ra Nag dynasty. In 1769 the Gorkha conquered Kathmandu and established the kingdom and Nepal which would soon reach more or less the country’s modern extent. In 1789 Nepal swallowed the Lo kingdom and with it Dolpo. The kingdom’s attempt to werst nominal sunzerainty over Tibet from China ended in a massive Chinese intervention that left Nepal paying Tibet to China.
Shey Phoksundo National Park, situated in the trans Himalayan region of north west Nepal, the largest national park in Nepal, diverse terrain and altitude variation support a broad range of wildlife and vegetation. Geographically landmark of park are the Himalayan peaks in the north, lake Phoksundo in the southern region.
Dhorpatan (1325kmï€‡): Only an area in Nepal, where licensed/controlled hunting is permitted. Begins 3000m reaches as high as 7000m. Trees like fir, pine, birch, rhododendron, hemlock, oak, juniper and spurce are available in the reserve. Blue sheep, the abundant in the reserve, pheasant and partridges is viable numbers for hunting (?). Other animals found here are leopards, ghoral, serrow, Himalayan Tahr, Himalayan black bear, barking deer, wild boar, rhesus, macaque, langur and mouse hare. Endangered animals in the reserve are musk deer, wolf, red panda, cheer pheasant and Danphe.
Jumla, Rara Lake and Mugu Valley
Eco friendly planned and developed adventure eco holiday tours around Jumla, Rara Lake with Upper Mugu Valley provide you ample opportunity to see the rich Himalayan ecological systems in the far western north part of Nepal. Rara National Park is the representative sample of the region’s flora and fauna. Sprawled over Mugu and Jumla districts, the heart of the peak is the country’s biggest lake. Lake Rara from where the park gets its name. The lake is as deep as 167m as some places and drains into the river Mugu Karnali via Nijar Khola. The park is mainly covered with coniferous forest while the area around lake is dominated by blue pine.
Simikot - Limi Valley
Simikot is a mountainous town elevation 2910 m in the Himalayas of North West Nepal, near the border with the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) of China. It is administrative headquarter of Humla District in Karnali zone of Nepal.
Eco-friendly Trekking agency always operate trips in a good and honest manner. The kind man Mr. Bal Krishna Lamsal is ready to help you any way he can. I entered only for free information in this company. He treated me very well. He helps you only arranging you trekking permit to an entire expedition will e handled swiftly and fairly!View More >>
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