Nepal-Tibet Trekking Pvt. Ltd.
P. O. ox: 23126, House No. 986 Lekhnathmarga,
Nayabazar - 16, Kathmandu, Nepal
Tel: +977 1 4390397, Mobile No. +977 9741016518, 9849884652
Fax: +977 1 4351997
In this modern era, hunting is prohibited but Nepal has been a favored ground for hunters. In the Himalayan region, controlled hunting is allowed with proper hunting license provided by the Department of National park and wildlife conservation in Kathmandu and there are a few hunting outfitters who can make arrangements.
For this activity , Nepal Government (The, then Nepal Government) has also set aside a hunting reserve at Dhorpatan as Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve (1,325 sq. km), situated on the southern Hanks of Mt. Dhaulagiri (8,167m) in districts of Baglung, Myagdi and Rukum in western Nepal. In this reserve, hunting of some species as all owed. Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve is one of the prime habits of blue sheep, a highly prized trophy animal, which is main target of hunters. Other game species are ghoral, serow, Himalayan thar, black bear, pheasant and partridge. End-angered species include red panda and cheer pheasant, mid-elevation include wild goat and sheep, in the Terai, deer are targeted, challenging, breathtaking, unparalleled, these words describe hunting in this region of the world. Hunting in the Himalayas of Nepal must truly rank as one of the pinnacles of achievements in the world of hunting. Hunting in this region full of the tree species as fir, pine, birch, rhododendron, hemlock, oak, juniper and spruce, really provides unparalleled experiences of hunting guided by some trained Sherpa guides. Besides hunting, Dhorpatan is also an attractive destination for trekkers and wildlife enthusiast as protection has enabled animal numbers to increase in this rarely visited area. Dhorpatan can be reached from Pokhara, tourist town, within 5 days of hike away or you can direct fly to Dolpa. The best time to visit Dhorpatan is February-April and August-October.