Please Wait...

Please Wait...

Kanchenjunga Conservation Area Featured

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.

Kanchenjunga Conservation Area

5.0 average based on (1) ratings

5 stars
4 stars
3 stars
2 stars
1 stars

User Reviews

no image
Rookie 8 ratings

A pristine conservation area in the Himalayas

(5/5) By N B on 23 January, 2020

Best time to go March - May and November - December

Your reaction about this review

Urgent Notice Regarding Travel Restriction Related to COVID-19

Considering the declaration of World Health Organization regarding the scale of COVID-19 spread as global pandemic, following the recommendations and counter measures to be taken by the countries to cope with the pandemic and assimilating the International Health Regulation (IHR) 2005, Protocols and Prescriptions; Government of Nepal has decided to enforce the following decisions, directions, and precautionary measures in supplantation of all the earlier notices issued on this subject. The provisions enlisted in this notice will come into effect from twelve hours midnight (Nepal Standard Time) on 14th March 2020 till - 30th April 2020.

More COVID-19 Advice