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Karnali Zone

Karnali
कर्णाली अञ्चल
Zone
Country    Nepal
Region Mid-Western
Zone Karnali
Time zone Nepal Time (UTC+5:45)

Karnali (Nepali: कर्णाली अञ्चल   , is one of the fourteen zones located in the Mid-Western Development Region of Nepal. The headquarters of Karnali Zone is Jumla.

Karnali Zone is one of the poorest and most remote regions of Nepal, not very accessible by road yet. There are airfields in all districts except Kalikot which is connected seasonally by roadways to Jumla Airport.

Karnali Zone is the largest zone of Nepal, with two National Parks. Shey Phoksundo National Park Shey Phoksundo (with Phoksundo Lake-- the deepest lake of Nepal), famous for the Snow Leopard, is Nepal's largest Park with an area of 3,555 km². Rara National Park surrounds Rara Lake -- at 10.2 km², Nepal's largest lake -- known as the "Pearl of Nepal".

Karnali is divided into five districts:

District Type Headquarters
Dolpa Mountain Dunai
Humla Mountain Simikot
Jumla Mountain Jumla
Kalikot Mountain Manma
Mugu Mountain Gamgadhi


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