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Annapurna Conservation Area

Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) is Nepal's first and the largest conservation area. It covers an area of 7,600 sq. kilometers and is located in mid-western Nepal. It is best reached from Pokhara. The area includes 1,226 species of plants, including 38 species of orchids, 9 species of rhododendron and many varieties of fish. It is home to wildlife such as blue sheep and snow leopards. Birds include the Impeyan pheasant, and there is a rare collection of butterflies and insects. Upper Mustang and other high altitude areas are best in summer while low-altitude areas are pleasant the year round.

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