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Govt indecision leaves jungle resorts at Chitwan National Park, Nepal in lurch

24/08/2009 14:37

The Nepal government is yet to take a decision regarding the renewal of licences at the jungle resorts in Chitwan National Park, Nepal. The national park, which was established in 1973, covers an area of 932 sq km and is situated in the sub tropical inner Terai lowlands.


With the tourist season around the corner, there is a dilemma whether to accept the bookings for new season or reject it.

According to a report in, the jungle resorts were all set to receive tourists during the peak season of September, but they have had to cancel their reservations. Tiger Tops Jungle Lodge in the national park, which provides environmentally responsible and sustainable conservation tourism, receives about 1000 tourists each year.


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