Chitwan National has officially restarted the tourism activities inside the park.
The park had shuttered the tourism activities at the beginning of the second of coronavirus to curb the spread of the virus.
Every year, the park stops its tourist activities during the monsoon. The internal tourism activities restart after the rains subside. However, as the activities were already hit due to the pandemic, the park decided to reopen during the monsoon itself.
All sorts of activities have been operationalized, said the park’s Chief Conservation Officer Ananath Baral says. These operationalized activities include external and internal park sightseeing.
Baral stated that the jeep safaris have begun as the roads inside the park have been fixed. One can also opt for elephant safaris, jeep rides, or even jungle walks available at the community forest next to the park.
Visitors can opt for night stays in the houses built in the community forest. In addition, interested tourists can opt for boat rides across the Rapti river which traverses the park.
The President of the Regional Hotel Association in Sauraha, Deepak Bhattarai, stated that tourists coming over to Sauraha could participate in all the activities at the national park.
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