Ghodaghodi Lake known as Ghodaghodi Tal is a Ramsar site located in Ghodaghodi municipality of the Kailali District of Mahakali Zone Sudurpaschim Pradesh (Province No.7) Nepal. It covers an area of 25.63 sq.Km.It is the wetland lake area with a depth of 13 ft and surface elevation of 205 m. The lake was enlisted in designated as a world heritage site on August 13, 2003. Ghodaghodi Tal is a freshwater lake filled with a variety of aquatic plants like lotus. The lake is rich in natural biodiversity and is mainly a bird conservation area.
Ghodaghodi Lake Area consists of more than 14 mini ponds and lakes and forests distributed around the lakes. The area is the inhabitant of more than 30 mammal species and 140 bird species including many endangered species. More than 470 plant species are found in the Ghodaghodi Lake Area including aquatic plants and many endangered species of plants.
There are altogether 9 Ramsar sites in Nepal including Ghodaghodi Lake.
Ghodaghodi Lake Area
Beeshazari and Associated Lakes
Gosaikunda and Associated Lakes
Gokyo and Associated Lakes
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