Sagarmatha National Park
The home to the highest peak (Mount Everest) of the world Sagarmatha National Park was established in 1976. In 1979, Sagarmatha National Park became the first National park of Nepal which was enlisted in the UNESCO world heritage site. The altitude range of Sagarmatha National Park is from 2845m (9334ft.) at Monjo village to 8848m (29029ft.) at the top of Mount Everest.
In Nepali Everest is called Sagarmatha, that is how this national park is named as Sagarmatha by the name of everest in Local language.
The outstanding features at Sagarmatha National Park such as Mount Everest(8848m), and other peaks, deep gorge, longest glaciers khumbu has made Sagarmatha National Park most beautiful masterpiece of nature all around the world. The outstanding landscape, rich flora and fauna, wildlife, birds, culture, tradition, Wide range of Mountain peaks can make everyone satisfied.
The most beautiful scene of nature, wide mountain peaks and local sherpa’s culture, tradition and lifestyle has made the trekking to everest a most popular thing to do at the sagarmatha National Park. The famous Gokyo lake and Dudh Koshi river are major first sight attraction at Sagarmatha National Park. If you are planning for adventure trekking trip in everest region, to explore local community and to see wide snow-capped mountain ranges then Sagarmatha National Park can be a satisfactory place for you to explore and collect heavy experience.
|Visa requirements||Sagarmatha National Park has an entrance fee of Rs. 25 for Nepal citizens, Rs. 1500 per person per entry for SAARC citizen and Rs. 3000 per person per entry for foreign citizen. Apart from national park you are obliged to pay local government authority for entering the national park of Sagarmatha.|