Nepal is crowned by eight of the world's ten highest mountains. Its altitude ranges from near sea level to 8848 meters above it – the Mt. Everest. The wild variety produces an incredible range of ecosystems – from steamy jungles and terraced valleys, to forested hills, frozen peaks and elevated mountain deserts.
The Himalayas contain a wider range of vegetation within a smaller area than possibly anywhere else in the world. Over 6500 species of flowering plants appear in Nepal.|
Annapurna South at 7219 m, and Hiunchuli at 6441m
View over lake and Pokhara
Landscape and Rhino at Chitwan National Park
Crocodile Stream in Chitwan National Park
Fewa Lake and mountains