26th Wildlife Week

26th Wildlife Week

Animals and Birds Found in Sagarmatha National Park

The main specialties of Sagarmatha National Park is that we can see endangered animals and birds .

44th Establishment day

४४ औं वार्षिक उत्सव

Status and Habitat preference study of Red Panda in SNP

Birds of SNP and its BZ

In order to update the existing information on birds of SNP and its BZ, the bird survey was carried out during November-December, 2015. Mackinnon’s list and direct count methods were used to survey the birds. The survey has recorded three new species of birds from the study area viz. Black-necked Grebe (Podiceps nigricollis), Maroon-backed Accentor (Prunella immaculata) and Tibetan Serin (Serinus thibetanus). Thus, there are 219 species of birds belonging to 32 families recorded so far in SNP and its BZ.

Trees of Sagarmatha National Park

57 species of trees identified in SNP and its BZ.

Musk deer count report 2018

Musk deer count was conducted in Sagarmatha National Park in 2018 as an approved activities of Fiscal year 2074/75. Two Species of Musk deer (Muscus Chrysogaster and Muscus fuscus) were identified with 52 live sightings.

Annual Report 2076/77

Fiscal year 2076/77 annual report of Sagarmatha National Park Office comprising all programs implemented during the period.

27th Wildlife Week

27th Wildlife Week (बैशाख १ देखि ७)

विश्व सिमसार दिवस २०७९

"आजको आवश्यकता सिमसारको पुनर्स्थापना" भन्ने मूल नारा रहेको विश्व सिमसार दिवस २०७९ को आवसरमा सगरमाथा राष्ट्रिय निकुञ्ज कार्यालयले नाम्चे देखि ठमो स्थित ठेसो खोला सम्म सरसफाई गरी सम्पन्न गरेको थियो |

Welcome to Sagarmatha National Park

Sagarmatha National Park extends over an area of 1,148 square kilometers of the Himalayan ecological zone in Khumbu region of Nepal. The Park includes the upper catchments areas of the Dudhkoshi and Bhotehoshi Rivers and is largely composed of rugged terrain and gorges of the high Himalayas, ranging from 2,845m at Monjo to the top of the world's highest peak- Sagarmatha at 8,848m above the sea level. Other peaks above 6,000m are Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Thamserku, Nuptse, Amadablam and Pumori. The famed Sherpa people, whose lives are interwoven with the teachings of Buddhism, live in the region. The renowned Tengboche and other monasteries are common gathering places to celebrate religious festivals such as Dumje and Mane Rumdu. Tengboche, Thame, Khumjung and Pangboche are some other famous monasteries of this region. For its superlative natural characteristics, UNESCO has enlisted SNP as a World Heritage Site in 1979.

Bhumiraj Upadhyaya
Chief Conservation Officer

Annual Report 2076/77

Annual report of fiscal year 2076/77 comprising all programs implemented during the fiscal year 2076/77.

Musk deer report 2018

Musk deer count was conducted in Sagarmatha National Park as an approved activity of fiscal year 2074/75. During the transect line survey of 15 days’ time in SNP, altogether 52 direct observations, 5 killed and 1366 pellets of musk deer were found. Two species of musk deer (Moschus fuscas and Moschus chrysogaster) were recorded (as of morphology and body fur coloration) during the survey by direct counts.

Trees of Sagarmatha National Park

Study on identification of tree species in Sagarmatha National Park and its buffer zone was carried out in 2019. Field visit, herbarium sample collection and study of national and international herbarium specimen were the method applied for tree identification in SNP and its BZ. All together 57 tree species were identified from the study.

Sagarmatha National Park

Sagarmatha National Park was established in 19 July 1976


Mount Everest

Everest.mountain which lies in Sagarmatha National Park.Every year many mountaineers come from all over the globe to climb this world highest peak of altitude 8,848.80 m (29,030 ft), Every one knows that first of all Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay climbed Mount Everest in 1953 AD.

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About Us

Sagarmatha National Park was established in 19 July 1976, covering an area of 1148 km2 in Solukhumbu district in Eastern Development Region of Nepal.

Contact Us

  • snp.namche@gmail.com
  • +977-38-540114
  • +977-38-540395
  • Namche Bazaar, Solukhumbu, Nepal