Kanchenjunga conservation area is in the border of India, China, and east Nepal. The conservation area covers almost 65% of the taplejung district and an area of 1650 km square. Kanchenjunga Conservation Area receives more rainfall from the summer monsoon than other parts of Nepal because it is located in the north of bay bangal. There are at least 2500 species of flowering plants and several endangered species here in the Kanchenjunga conservation area. It is said that the Kanchenjunga conservation area is also renowned of high peaks and glaciers. The protected area is covered with special mountain habitats as a tri-national peace park of China’s Tibet to the north and Sikkim, India, to the east.