Nepal Safari park scraps additional tax levy on tourists
13th Nov, 2017 | Tourism Mail Crew
CHITWAN, Nov. 13: The Chitwan National Park of Nepal has scrapped the tax levying on the tourists and the vehicles that passes through the territory.
“The decision made by the cabinet has been implemented from now,” the Chief Conservation Officer of the Safari Park Ramchandra Kandel said.
Before the implementation of the decision the National park has been levying 11.30 rupees tax from the Motorcycle and Bullock Carts. The Buses, Cars, Jeeps, Tractors, Lorry that passes through the park weighting up to 5 tons have to pay the tax of 57 rupees but in lack of allocated moneys they have been paying 15 and 60 rupees to the tax toll offices set in various places.