Nepal is a beautiful Himalayan nation with its amazing natural splendors, diverse geography and culture along with the incredible flora and fauna. Nepal inhabits an amazing array of Wildlife Reserves and National Parks. Here, you will also find the hunting reserve permitted by the Government.
Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve has been set aside by the Government of Nepal as only hunting reserve in Nepal where only certain wild species are allowed for hunting. And this controlled hunting is allowed only in particular seasons and it requires game license which can be obtained through the Department of National Parks and Wildlife Reserve in Kathmandu. As it is a limited amount of hunting operations and operators that are able to cater for such tours, you better look into this beforehand if you want to be the part of Hunting Reserve Tour in Nepal.
World Sight Journeys organizes the Hunting Reserve Tour every year for the hunting aspirants from around the globe. And the only hunting reserve available for the controlled hunting in Nepal is Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve. Dhorpatan is also a sanctuary to some of the rarest and most endangered mammals including Tibetan Wolf, Snow Leopard, Himalayan Musk Deer, and Red Panda among others. Besides, Dhorpatan is also a home to an amazing array of rare bird species. That’s why Dhorpatan is also a striking destination for wildlife and bird enthusiasts. The hunting reserve is set on the area of 1325 square kilometers of the rolling terrain. Dhaulagiri I stands at the north of Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve. The elevation ranges from 2850m to 7000m and the entire reserve is divided into six blocks for hunting management.
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Protected Area Information
Name: Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve
Type: Hunting Reserve
Area (km2): 1325.00
The Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve is the only hunting reserve in Nepal. Established in 1987 it covers an area of 1,325 km2 in the Dhaulagiri Himal of western Nepal in the Rukum, Myagdi and Baglung Districts. In altitude it ranges from 2,850 to 5,500 m (9,350 to 18,000 ft).