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Government of Nepal
Ministry of Forests and Environment
Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservations

Api Nampa Conservation Area Office

Darchula

Welcome to Api Nampa Conservation Area office

Considering the critical importance for biodiversity conservation in the northern part of Darchula district, the Government of Nepal declared Api Nampa Conservation Area (ANCA) on 12 July, 2010. The name of this conservation area is named after two famous Himalayas Api and Nampa. Api-Nampa Conservation Area office headquarter located Khalanga, Darchula. ANCA’s management is being performed under the Conservation Area Government Management Regulation 2057 BS. A Conservation Area represents human’s sublime idea of giving space and resource for the other species to live in an un-interfered manner. Establishment of Api Nampa Conservation Area is a good initiative to harmonize conservation and development in an integrated way. ANCA is located between 29° 30’ to 30° 15’ North Latitude and 80° 22’ to 81° 09’ East Longitude, in the Far-Western Development Region and characterized an ecologically diverged region of Nepal. Api Nampa Conservation Area occupies 1903 sq km of Darchula district varies in altitudes from 539 to 7132 meters.

Ganesh Paudel


Chief Conservation Officer ecopaudel@gmail.com 9858783545

Santa Bahadur Magar


Information Officer santjumagar@gmail.com 9858783546

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Meeting hall management program has been completed.

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Hirasat/ Thunuwa Building construction

According to approved program F.Y.2076/077, Thunuwa...

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Meeting Hall management program has been completed.

The Annual Program of this F/Y 2076/77 Meeting hall...

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