Rara National Park Rules and Regulation
May 22, 2019
Nepal Government Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation established in 2037 B.S (1975 A.D). It has dedicated to the conservation of wildlife and vegetation by handling all protected areas in Nepal. This including 12 National Parks, 1 Wildlife Reserve, 6 Conservation Areas, and one Hunting Reserve.
Besides this, DNPWC has been doing an excellent job in supporting people living nearby as well as those living in the buffer zone. Promote ecotourism and carry 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.
National Park Regulations to follow or things to remember (Rara National Park)
- An entry fee of Rs. 3000 (Foreigner), Rs. 1500 (SAARC Nationals), Rs.100 (Nepali) and an additional 13% VAT must be paid at the designated ticket counter.
- Valid entry permits are available from the National parks ticket counter at the Nepal Tourism Board, Bhrikuti Mandap, Kathmandu or Park entrance gate at Talcha, Bhulbhule, Gorusaina, and Lamachaur.
- The entry permit is non-refundable, non-transferable and is for a single entry only.
- Entering the park without a permit is illegal.
- Get a special permit for documentary/filming from the Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation (DNPWC)
- Do not injure or kill animals and uproot plants. All flora and fauna are completely protected and should not be disturbed.
- Your private waste must be carried or removed
- No one should walk within the park between sunset and sunrise.
- Do respect the cultural and religious sites.
- Inside National park, camping must be done in specific places.
- Carry out non-biodegradable items such as batteries, plastic bags, and bottles.
- Never trek alone, hire a local guide if you can’t find a companion.
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