Rules of the Park

ACTIONS NOT ALLOWED INSIDE THE PARK

 

The Plan under Wildlife Preservation Act Northern Areas (1975) does not allow the following activities inside the Park:

 

  1. Entry into the Park without paying the Entry Fee
  2. Temporary or permanent residence
  3. Hunt, kill or capture or intend to hunt, kill or capture any wild animal
  4. Carry any fire arm, explosive or any other hunting weapon
  5. Introduce any pet or domestic animal
  6. Fire, cut, destroy, injure or damage to any tree, grass, bush or other vegetation types
  7. Cultivate or encroach land
  8. Pollute or contaminate any water resources in or flowing in to the Park
  9. Introduce any exotic animal or plant
  10. Pick any flower or remove any plant, stone or other natural object from the Park
  11. Write on, cut, carve or otherwise deface any building, monument, notice board, tree, rock or other object, whether natural or otherwise…
  12. Discard any litter, paper or waste etc.

 

Unless allowed by the Provincial Government of Gilgit-Baltistan for scientific purposes or for betterment of the Park

 

ACTIONS MAY BE ALLOWED INSIDE THE PARK AND ITS BUFFER ZONE

 

The Plan under Wildlife Preservation Act Northern Areas (1975) does allow the following actions to be exercised inside the Park as well as in its buffer zone, with object to improve the Park:

 

  1. Non consumptive resource use practices in specified zones to promote local economy (tourism promotion)
  2. Controlled grazing in declared grazing zones to support livelihood
  3. Ex-situ cultivation of medicinal plants to generative income for the Park communities
  4. Where feasible, initiate trophy hunting and sports angling/catch & release fishing to reward community for their contribution in conservation of Park resources
  5. Raise firewood plantations of native species on waste lands in the buffer zone
  6. Integrated agricultural development in buffer zone
  7. Income generation through fruit processing, packaging and marketing etc.
  8. Fodder cultivation on barren lands to promote stall feeding and,
  9. Livestock breed improvement to reduce pressure on pastures

 

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