There are certain rules and regulations of the Chitwan National Park that the visitors of the park are supposed to follow in order to visit the park. The regulations of the park are outlined here below:
- An entry fee of NRs. 1500/- (Foreigners), NRs. 750/- (SAARC), and NRs. 100/- (Nepalese) per person has to be paid at the Park's Entrance Gate.
- Flora and Fauna of the park are fully protected and must not be disturbed at any cost.
- Do not purchase illegal animal or plant products. The purchase of illegal animal or plant product may bring you to the legal prosecution.
- The visitors of the park must respect the religious and cultural sites all around the park.
- The visitors are required to place the trash in the rubbish bins and should care about the cleanlliness.
- The visitors are strictly prohibited to walk within the park between sunset and sunrise.
Annual Bulletin 2067 / 68
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March 16, 2014
To download the press release issued on the occasion of first birth of a vulture in the Vulture Breeding Center, please CLICK HERE.
March 03, 2014
To download the press release issued by the Department of National Park and Wildlife Conservation on Rhino Zero Poaching: 365 Days and World Wildlife Day, please CLICK HERE.
July 29, 2013
The number of wild tigers living in Nepal has increased by 63% to 198 since 2009, a government survey has shown. more>>>
Aug 28, 2014
Rhino population up.
MAY 05 2015
Rhino population has increased by 111 and reached 645 in the country.The Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation announced this organising a press meeting here at Sauraha, Chitwan today. More>>>>