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October 3, 2021

Chitwan National Park resumes tourism activities

Jungle Safari in Chitwan park
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Chitwan: Chitwan National Park has started resumption of tourism-related activities with the abatement of Covid-19 cases in recent days.

The influx of tourists in the Chitwan National Park had dwindled and had almost come to a grinding halt, following stark fear of a second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic as this globally nefarious lethal contagion threatened human life anywhere, everywhere.

According to the park’s Chief Conservation Officer Ananth Baral, though the tourism activities inside the park, are closed every year during the rainy season, reopen as soon as the rains subside.

However, this year, the activities had remained closed owing to Covid-19, and now, the tourism activities have resumed. He further added that the jeep safari has begun after the road inside the park has been repaired.

Elephant safaris along with jeeps ride and jungle walks are also available at the community forest a the park.

Both domestic, as well as foreign tourists, can spend their nights in the tower-houses built inside the community forest. Similarly, boat rides take place on the Rapti river, which flows through the park.

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