CNP receives over 51,000 visitors in first five months of current fiscal year

This undated image shows visitors riding elephants in Chitwan National Park. Photo: CNP

NAWALPUR: More than 51,000 people visited Chitwan National Park (CNP) in the first five months of the current fiscal year 2021/22 starting mid-July.

CNP’s information and assistant conservation officer Ganesh Prasad Tiwari said 51,304 visitors visited the national park over this period. According to him, the highest number of visitors was recorded in the Nepali month Kartik (mid-October to mid-November). As many as 21,506 visitors observed the national park in Kartik, followed by 19,580 in Mangsir (mid-November to mid-December).

Similarly, 5,835 people visited CNP in the month of Asoj, 2977 in the month of Bhadra and 1906 in the month of Shrawan.

CNP has collected revenue of Rs 12,995,150 as entry fees from the visitors so far, Tiwari said.


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