November 26, Solukhumbu: Revenue collection at Sagarmatha National Park Office Namche Solukhumbu has increased by 95 percent. Compared to the first four months of the last Fiscal Year, it has increased by 95.80 percent in the corresponding period of the current Fiscal Year.
According to Bishnu Rokay, information officer of the park, in the first four months of the last fiscal year, only Rs. 516,350 was collected from the tourist entry fee, Rs.18,306 from the non-timber forest produce sales fee, and Rs 1,650 was collected from fines. However, in the current Fiscal Year, the revenue collection has increased significantly from the previous year due to tourism activities from the very beginning
In the first four months of the current Fiscal Year, Rs. 1,228,300 from Tourist Entrance Fee, Rs. 7,778 from non-timber forest produce (stone ballast sand) fee, Rs. 45 thousand from fine, Rs. 4 lakh 92 thousand from the guide entrance fee, and Rs. 30,650 from the porter entrance fee is collected according to the Chief Conservation Officer of the park Bhumiraj Upadhyaya.
Similarly, Rs. 312,300 from the camping fee and From other titles, Rs. 112,805 is collected. A total of Rs. 112,111,533 is collected.