Conservation Areas of Nepal


Find here some facts and information about conservation area of Nepal. We have posted here total number of Conservation Area of Nepal with short description. So, have closer look in this list of conservation area of Nepal with description.

Development is a dynamic process of positive change. It is related with socio-economic aspect. It is the systematic use of scientific and technical knowledge to meet specific objectives or requirements. Nothing is permanent: everything in our environment keeps changing.

We fulfill our needs by using the resources available in our environment. This results in changes. Constructive changes promote our living standard. Hence, development is also synonymously defined as economic development.

Conservation Areas of Nepal

It includes the conservation of natural environment and the sustainable use of natural resources through the integrated management plan. It strictly follows the principles of sustainable development of natural resources. The total area covered by the conservation area is 11327 sq, km.

Nepal is a country having various cultural and natural heritage. Temples, monasteries, rest houses,  inns,  etc are  our  religious heritage.   Language,  art,  dress,  the way of living,  etc  are  our  cultural  heritage. Himalayan     mountains,     mines,     rivers, waterfalls,  lakes, forests,  national  parks, wildlife   reserves,   etc   are   our   natural heritage.

All these religious, cultural and natural heritage are our national properties. Besides, the public road, bridges, electricity, chautara, etc are also our national properties. All the public properties which are under the ownership of the state/nation are the national heritage. UNESCO has included Chitwan National Park in the list of World Heritage Site in 1984 and Sagarmatha National Park in 1979 AD.

These conservation areas of Nepal are on the verge of destruction. They are the pride of our nation. Hence, it is our duty and responsibility to protect and preserve them. Preservation of our national conservation is the preservation of our identity, nationhood and the nation. It is the most valuable gift for our future generation.


1. Annapurna conservation area of Nepal

The park and conservation area are situated in the Sankhuwasabha and Solukhumbu Districts, bordered by the Aran River on the east, Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest) National Park on the west, the Nepal-Tibet border on the north and Saune Danda (ridge) to the south. It occupies an area of about 7629 sq. km. and established in 1992.

Annapurna Conservation Area is the only protected area of Nepal which is Strict Nature Reserve. There are some of the richest and most unique pockets of plants and animals in this conservation area. It includes the endangered red panda, musk deer, Himalayan black bear, Himalayan tahr, clouded leopard. Besides that we can watch there more substantial populations of ghoral, wild boar, barking deer, Himalayan mormot and weasel, common langur monkey and the serow.


2. Kanchenjunga Conservation Area of Nepal

This conservation area is simated in the northern part of Taplejung district in the Eastern Nepal. It covers an area of about 2035 It was established in 1997. The altitude of this conservation area varies from 1200m to 8586m.

Kanchenjunga Range Circuit, Himalayas Nepal
Kanchenjunga Range Circuit, Himalayas Nepal

It has Chilaune-katush forest, Oak forest, Pine forest and Rhododendron forest. Important wildlife of this conservation area are snow leopard, leopard, red panda, blue sheep, musk deer, grey wolf etc.

3. Manaslu conservation area of Nepal

It was gazetted in 1998. It covers an area of about 1663 It is situated in Gorkha and Manang districts. This conservation area has different types of medicinal plants. Important wildlife of this conservation area are snow leopard, Himalayan musk deer, Himalayan tahr, red panda etc.

Proposed protected areas in Nepal are Bankey Hunting Reserve (about, Bara Hunting Reserve (about 540 and Trijunga Hunting Reserve (about

There may be several historical monuments, cultural and   natural   heritages   around   our   house,  tole, community and village. We must preserve and promote them. We should observe our old temples, inn, stone tap, canal, hautara, rest house, forest, etc and take necessary action to protect them. If we do not preserve our forest, the wildlife and birds will be extinct from there. We cannot get valuable herbs.

Farmers cannot get firewood and fodder for their cattle. Forest helps to create rainfall. Our rivers may dry. There will be problems of drinking water and irrigation. The fertility of our cultivable land will be decreased. Similarly, there will be effects in whole eco-system.

There are several negative effects of destroying the forest in our day to day life. So we all should get together to protect and preserve the natural heritages located nearby our house. At the same time we should preserve and protect the historical and archaeological things located around our neighbourhood because they reflect our glorious art, architecture and culture.

Conservation Area of Nepal

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Jitendra Sahayogee

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