Nepal's heritage is alive and dynamic. Shamanism, animism & Witch craft are still practiced in remote regions Temples, shrines monuments and monasteries are extremely active with devotees burning butter-lamps, singing hymns, chiming temple bells and playing drums.
World Heritage Sites (Natural):
1. Everest National Park (1148 Sq. Kms.)
2. Royal Chitawan National Park (923 Sq. Kms.)
World Heritage Site (Cultural):
6. Kathmandu Durbar Square
7. Patan Durbar Square
1. Royal Barida National Park (968 sq. Kms.)
2. Langtang National Park (1710 sq. Kms.)
3. Shey-Phoksundo National Park (355 sq. Kms.)
4. Rara National Park (106 sq. Kms.)
5. Khapted National Park (225 sq. Kms.)
6. Makalu-Barun National Park (2330 sq. Kms.)
1. Sukla Phanta Reserve (305 sq. Kms.)
2. Parsa Reserve (499 sq. Kms.)
3. Koshi-Tappu Reserve (175 sq. Kms.)
1. Annapurna (2600 sq. Kms.)
2. Makalu-Barun (2330 sq. Kms.)
Dhorpatan (1325 sq. Kms.)
This country harbors one of the world's best habitat for One horned rhino, Royal Bengal tiger, Show-Leopard, Clouded-Leopard, Red panda, Blue-sheep and long snouted fish eating Gharial. Other wildlife includes wild elephant, buffaloes, bisons, blue bell, Brown, bear, Sloth bear, Leopard, crocodiles and many varieties of cat, dog, deer and antelope families. And 840 different species of wetland, migratory and residential birds.
Tiger, Rhino, Snow Leopard, Clouded Leopard Red Panda, Brown Bear, Asamese Macaque, Gangetic Dolphin, Wolf, Wild Elephant, Giant horn-bill, Swamp deer, Wild yak, Nayan, Tibetan antelope, Black buck, Four horned antelope, Musk deer pigmy hog, Haspd hare, Pangolin, Gharial, Indian bustard, Saras Crane, Impean Pheasant, Python.