‘Explore the in-depth of the country and it's Rural Life, Culture, Natural Phenomena, Endangered Flora or Fauna and in Search of New Areas’
Research Trip in Nepal, it’s not just a walk to pioneer new areas. But also leads to finding some rare species of plants, bird-life, and elusive endangered mammals. That is nearly extinct in this part of the world, various research trips with Namaste Nepal Trekking & Research Hub will be a rare and golden opportunity. A perfect and ideal activity for all travelers from naturalist, botanist, geologist to the historian or for animals and birds lovers.
Nepal offers many unknown, well-hidden places which are still undisturbed and remain its pristine wilderness as it were for thousands of years. You and we both together can find these lovely locations with time to enjoy the perfect balance of nature.
Why Research in Nepal?
A country of fascination, and one of the world's richest countries. In terms of great bio-diversity, Nepal is located in a unique geographical position and altitude variation.
Where elevation of the country varies from 60 m to the highest point on earth, Mt. Everest at 8,848 m. All within 150 km distance resulting in climatic changes from sub-tropical, cooler hills to the arctic zone of ice and glaciers.
Nepal is enriched with 2 % of all the flowering plants in the world; 8 % of the world's population of birds. Includes 4 % of mammals on earth; 11 of the world's 15 families of butterflies (more than 500 species). As well as 600 indigenous plant families; 319 species of exotic orchids, with more than 60 ethnic groups and 70 native spoken languages.
First of all, explore the indigenous and nearly forgotten tribes of Nepal mid-hills the Chepang and Rawati people. For hundreds of years living a nomadic life in search of food and nice shelter, living in a dense jungle surrounding.
At present living in their camps and making it to small settlements and villages, expert hunters and fishermen using primitive tools. As well good in craftsmanship on wooden for domestic useful items, an interesting tribe to explore their livelihood and culture.
The next best research in Nepal for Geologists, where one can find rare rocks and their formation with semi-precious stones. That has been embedded in high mountainous areas for millions of years. Where one can research the movement of glaciers, snow, and its fragile surroundings that lies above the earth's surface.
Research Trip in Nepal, also an educational field for botanists and zoologists alike, as the country offers great scientific studies. As well as research concerning several species of wild fauna and flora from the low land of Terai to higher mountains.
Besides, its indigenous plants and mammals Nepal offers more to explore and research its remote wilderness from Far Eastern to Western Himalayas.
Research Trip in Nepal is more of an exploration to new and rare areas, where few trekkers have ventured. With Namaste Nepal Trekking & Research Hub where interested travelers can join in on these wonderful walks in search of new virgin areas of Nepal.
Around the High Himalayas to the low lands of the Terai belt, there are various places well hidden, which need to be explored. This can be done, where you can accompany with Namaste Nepal expert guide and field staff to find a new exotic destination.