Chitwan National Park Rules and Regulation

Chitwan National Park Rules and Regulation

Chitwan National Park Rules and Regulation


Nepal Governments Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation established in 2037 B.S (1975 A.D). This aims to protect wildlife and plants through the management of all Nepalese protected areas. Which include 12 National Parks, 1 Wildlife reserve, 6 Conservation Areas and 1 hunting reserve.  Additional, DNPWC has been doing an excellent job of supporting people living nearby as well as those living in the buffer zone. It promotes ecotourism and carries out surveys about flora and fauna; including an annual census of endangered animals like the Royal Bengal Tigers.

Here are the rules and regulations that DNPWC has set to the visitors.

Chitwan National Park Rules and Regulation to follow or things to remember

  • An entry fee of Rs. 2000 (Foreigner), Rs. 1000 (SAARC Nationals) and Rs.150 (Nepali) per visitors.
  • Valid entry permits are available from the National parks ticket counter at the Nepal Tourism Board, Bhrikuti Mandap, Kathmandu or Park entrance gate at Chitwan National Park.
  • The entry permit is non-refundable, non-transferable and is for a single entry only.
  • Entering the park without a permit is illegal. Park staff may request a license, so it is essential that tourists maintain their permits.
  • Get a special permit for documentary/filming from the Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation (DNPWC)
  • Documentary/filming fee of US$1500 (Foreigner) Rs.50,000 (SAARC Nationals) and Rs.10000 (Nepali)
  • The drone (UAV) fee is the same as the documentary/filming fee while using it for other purposes.
  • One has to pay an additional fee for an elephant ride, jeep drive, camping, boating, rafting.
  • Do not remove or harm plants and animals. All flora and fauna are fully protected and must not be disturbed.
  • Rubbish must be placed, buried or disposed of in designated areas.
  • No one should walk within the park between sunset and sunrise.
  • Do respect the cultural and religious sites.
  • Carry out non-biodegradable items such as batteries, plastic bags, and bottles.
  • A guide is a must for Jungle walks.




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