It is not planned to impose an entry fee in the tourist-excursion area of the Krasnoyarsk “Stolby” reserve after it obtains the status of a national park, as the Director of the reserve Vyacheslav Scherbakov told to journalists. “As the “Stolby” reserve is transferred to the status of a national park, it is planned to keep free visits for the most part of tourists.
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The entry has always been free on the territory with such great number of visits, and while composing the new edition of the rules for charging fees from visitors, we will keep free entrance for the main part of the visitors”, as Shcherbakov said at a press conference. He specified that 27,000 people visited the tourist area of the reserve during one of the weekends last September. According to him, the status of the national park makes it possible to charge entrance fees, but, as a matter of principle, this will not be introduced in “Stolby”.
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Author: Anna Dorozhkina