Rock Climbing


To make conservation management of the country’s valuable but fast diminishing wildlife resources more effective, Government of Nepal has established The Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation. The aim of this department is to ensure more effective conservation and management of the country’s valuable wildlife resources and their habitats, and to establish national parks and reserves. In addition to its conservation role, it also has the responsibility of educating people on environmental problems and wildlife management. Within a decade of its existence, the office has been able to successfully establish seven national parks and three wildlife reserves with the necessary legislation, staff and infrastructure in areas representative of various ecosystems in the country.