Jamunkhadi Simsar

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Jamunkhadi Simsar
Gate to wetlands area
Gate to wetlands area
Jamunkhadi Simsar is located in Nepal
Jamunkhadi Simsar
Jamunkhadi Simsar
Jamunkhadi in map of Nepal
Coordinates: 26°31′N 87°28′E / 26.52°N 87.47°E / 26.52; 87.47Coordinates: 26°31′N 87°28′E / 26.52°N 87.47°E / 26.52; 87.47
country   Nepal
zoneMechi zone
DistrictJhapa District

The Jamunkhadi Simsar or Jamunkhadi Wetlands is a wetlands conservation project in the Kankai municipality of Jhapa District, in eastern Nepal.

It was created to be developed as a tourist destination in Wards 2 and 5 of Surunga VDC (which are now the Dandagau area of Kankai), within the community forest. It lies about a kilometer away from the East-West Highway and occupies an area of about 10 hectares of the 25-hectare community forest.[1] Originally, it included two ponds named after the rivers Ganga (Ganges) and Jamuna, but due to lack of protection, Ganga no longer exists and currently only Jamuna remains.

Jamuna pond is a tourist attraction.[2][3] There is boating and fishing on the pond. Wild animals such as the python, bear, sambar, and porcupine are protected in this area.

Tourism[edit]

Image of jamun pokhari simsar.JPG

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tourism Office Kakarvitta. "जामुनखाडी सिमसार क्षेत्र". Tourism Office Kakarvitta. Tourism Office Kakarvitta. Retrieved 27 January 2016.
  2. ^ "Jamunkadhi Simsar region". Birattourism.org.np. Archived from the original on 2015-01-02. Retrieved 2016-01-09.
  3. ^ [[[:ne:जामुनखाडी सिमसारक्षेत्र|जामुनखाडी सिमसारक्षेत्र]] "जामुनखाडी सिमसारक्षेत्र - विकिपीडिया"] Check |url= value (help). Ne.wikipedia.org (in Nepali). Retrieved 2016-01-09.

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