The highest national park in the world Sagarmatha national park provides trekking enthusiasts and mountain climbers with the out of the world experience. With the height of 3000m above sea level, the place is a heaven for every adventure lover. The national park is the home of scenic mountains, glaciers, snow-covered peaks dominated by the highest mountain range, Mount Everest. The jaw-dropping scenic beauty of the park has brought a drastic increase in tourism activity and this UNESCO World Heritage Site Has become the place for brave and crazy dare venture! The main attractions in the park, are the 7 peaks, each over 6,000m, of Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Thamserku, Nuptse, Amadablam, and Pumori. Where on one hand the higher zone of the park is barren, the lower zone of the national park has rich flora and fauna. The lower zone is well known for over 118 species of birds, rare species of mammals like snow leopard, musk deer, Himalayan black bear and the red panda. Yaks are the common site in the park. Tibetan Buddhist Sherpas are the villagers living in the park and their culture can easily be seen through the monasteries, prayer flags and the mani walls in the area. The park offers a lot to explore and is a perfect place to be for all mountain lovers. Tourists who have a never-ending quench for mountain will fall head over heels in love with beauty.

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