The Shuklaphanta National Park is now officially open to both domestic and international visitors.
All tourism activities in the national park, with the exception of elephant safaris, are now open, according to Chief Conservation Officer Dil Bahadur Purja Magar.
According to a representative for the national park, jungle safaris and forest walks, as well as rafting, camping, fishing, and other tourism activities, have resumed.
To avoid sickness, he said tourists must follow all health laws, including the use of facemasks and hand sanitizers. According to him, a nature guide is also essential for individuals who want to go on a jungle safari or a jungle walk.
The 305-square-kilometer-large national park is well-known for its swamp deer and pastureland.