Nepal is also one of few places on earth where hunting is allowed legally.
Throughout the year, Nepal receives few hunters who come here for the game of hunting animals like deer. If you are into hunting, you can come to Nepal for hunting as license for hunting is often given on a first come first serve basis. The hunting activity is controlled by Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation and only limited number of animals is allowed to be killed.
Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve spread in an area of1,325 sq. km is the only reserve opened for hunting in Nepal. Saddling between Baglung, Myagdi and Rukum districts in western Nepal, Dhorpata is home to blue sheep which is a highly prized trophy animal. Besides Blue Sheep, hunters are also allowed to hunt Ghoral, Himalayan thar, Serow black bear, partridge and Pheasant.
The best time to visit Dhorpatan for hunting is February-April and August-October.
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