The Himalayan National Park is situated in the Kullu region of Himachal Pradesh Indian State, It has wonderful Biodiversity with many different species making it their home. This is the Largest National Park in India and is spread about almost 1200 Sq Km.
This Park Conserves many species and also Flora and Fauna are most talked about in this Himalayan National Park. There are 375 Fauna Species and many others Like 31 Mammals, 181 Birds and etc.
As everyone is aware that the Himalayas are formed when India is a separate country 100 Million Years ago and when it collided with the Asian Sub Continent, Due to heavy Techtonic pressure between the Two Continents a Large Strech of Mountains with High Peaks and Altitude have been formed resulting int the Formation of Ice and Water Bodies.
There are specifically Living Beings that can withstand Cold Climate and Himalayan National Park houses all those species.
The Great Himalayan National Park was established in 1984 and spread around 1200 Sq Km and at an altitude of 1500 and 6000m. In the same year, it was notified by Himachal Pradesh Government.
This was granted World Heritage Site status by UNESCO in 2014 and Stated that it has “Outstanding Significance for Biodiversity Conservation”. Given based on Natural Category.
Best Season to Visit
To behold the best of climate and beautiful flora and fauna, March, April, May, June and Mid-September, October, and November are the best time to visit the Great Himalayan National Park in Himachal Pradesh. The Himalayan Eco-Tourism team organizes treks during these months
Entry Ticket Cost
For Indian Adults you need to take a permit for reaching Great Himalayan National Park, Entry Fee is 100rs, For Foreigners it is 400Rs. For Indian Students it is 50rs and for Foreign Students, it is 250 Rs.
Click below site for more details about how to reach Great Himalayan National Park
Covid 19 Restrictions
As of May 2021, Lock Down is going on in India, As Cases are increasing day by day. This Place is Temporarily Closed Now.