October 15, 2022: The first hunting tourism of this year is started in Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve, Baglung Nepal. For hunting, foreign commercial hunters with Nepali helpers have started reaching the hunting block of the Dhorpatan hunting reserve.

Birendra Prasad Kandel, Chief Conservation Officer of Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve, informed that the Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation has allowed the hunting of eight blue sheep and five Hemitragus for the first hunting in October and November.

The Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve Office has sent its staff and hunters’ porters to the respective blocks for the necessary arrangements and guidance for the hunters. The department grants annual hunting permits for 20 blue sheep and 11 Hemitragus in two seasons every year.

The reserve area for hunting has been divided into seven blocks. Dhorpatan has become an attractive destination for foreigners for adventure travel and exciting hunting experiences.