Fishing in Nepal

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Nepal has got a fascinating fresh water fish fauna. Nepal, a Himalayan country, is blessed by nature with a network of water bodies, which comprises snow-fed rivers, torrential hill streams and placid lakes. On the basis of published literatures a checklist of 179 indigenous fish species has been compiled from Nepal by various authors.

We have so many places for fishing as per the connected itinerary for trekking a tour Nepal. Normally we can take to various places as following:

Kathmandu: Jawalakhel – zoo pond, Godawari fish farming (traught), Taudaha

Pokhara: Fewa Lake, Begnas Lake,

Namaste and welcome to the Himalayan Kingdom of Nepal. Nepal is still one of the few countries in the world where you can escape from the excesses of Western Civilization and yet where tourist amenities are sufficiently developed for your stay to be comfortable.

Outside Kathmandu, its teeming capital, Nepal is a land of remote mountain villages, whose people survive by growing their own food on the thousands of hill terraces that scale even the steepest slopes. Mechanized farming is unheard of here; the fields are ploughed by water-buffalo, the corn harvested and threshed by hand and ground by water mills. If you stay in a trekking lodge, your bread will likely as not be made from flour ground that day, your vegetables freshly harvested from the fields.

Since 1950, Nepal has been a unique meeting place for mountaineers from all over the world. Some have come to scale an unconquered peak, others to undertake scientific research in the high mountains. Today, Nepal sees tourists of many nationalities; some come to complete an energetic trek or high adrenaline rafting trip, others to enjoy the peace and cultural richness of Nepal’s lower slopes and valleys. You can visit villages that are ten days trek from the nearest road, or ones that can be reached in two hours.

Clear Sky Treks has, since its creation , been striving to open up the remote areas of Nepal to visitors, whilst providing them with the best possible value for money. A member of the Trekking Agents Association of Nepal, we are committed to trekking in a way that does no harm to the local environment. With camping groups we always carry kerosene, so that no local wood need be used to cook our food. Naturally, to maintain our high standards, we have a dedicated team of experienced staff, from the office managers who arrange your trip right down to the cooks that prepare your food!

 

 

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