Trophy Hunting in Nepal, Nepal Himalayas call “Roof of the world” more than 14 highest mountain peaks in the world, including the world highest peak Mt. Everest (8848m, 29029 feet) The Great Himalayan Trail contain 240 peaks over 20000 feet with the country. Tourism is one of the most important industries in Nepal because of Nature and geographical diversity. Nepal has three different ecological zones Terai is lowland forest where we find Royal Bengal Tiger, Leopard, Sloth Bears, One horn Rhinos, Water Buffalos, and Sambar, swamp deer, chital (Axis deer) hog deer, wild boar, Nilgai, blackbuck also four-horned antelope. The mid zone is the home of the snow leopard, clouded leopard, snow leopard, golden cat, Himalayan black bear, Serow, Ghoral, barking deer, musk deer, and muntjac.Also Himalayan Tahr, serow, goral, wild yak, snow leopard. In 1991 the Government of Nepal closed hunting all the species except Blue Sheep, Himalayan Tahr, muntjac and wild boar. Hunting is continuing in some of the majestic Mountain Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve. Blue sheep and Himalayan Tahr are the main hunting species. Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve is an only hunting reserve in Nepal which is international hunter and outfitter want to visit once in their lifetime. Helicopter charter is available anytime to speed up the assent to the high mountain hunt, but for the purist, who wants a physical challenge and enjoy the scenic beauty of the mountains. Nepalese outfitters still offer the trekking version of the hunt. Which involve a trek 4-5 days to the high country. Nepal Himalayan hunt is done in spring and fall no other continent inspires the imagination of the mountain hunter as Nepal dose.