Sagarmatha National Park

Sagarmatha National Park is a famous park in Nepal located in the Solukhumbu (Everest trekking region), At an elevation ranging from 2300m – 8,848m from sea level circumscribes an area of 1148 km2 Sagarmatha National Park. Established in the year 1976 to become the 1st National Park of Nepal to be listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The main gateway to Everest Base Camp makes it one of the most visited national parks after Chitwan National Park and Annapurna National Park. This buffer zone roofs diverse ethnic groups to flora and fauna including the world's highest mountain peak- Mount Everest 8848 m and other snowy peaks.

Sagarmatha National Park offers varieties of flora-fauna that surround this area including the species of Pine, Juniper, Rhododendron (National flower), Hemlock, and so on. Species of Snow leopards, Musk deer, Red pandas, Himalayan daphne, and blood Pheasant escort this majestic trail.

Khumbu, Imja, Ngozumba, & Nangpa are some of the major glaciers enclosed within a zone of 1,619 households. Sagarmatha (Mt Everest) ( 8,848m), Lhotse (8,501m), Cho Oyu (8501m), and Nuptse( 7896m) are a few handfuls of peaks among 100s that warmly welcome their earthling through her breeze of blessings.