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National Park "Land of the Leopard" in Primorye Reopened for Tourists after Quarantine
17.06.2020 16:11
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The National Park "Land of the Leopard" in the Khasansky district in the south-west of Primorye resumed excursions and the admission of visitors to the territory for hiking.

      Excursions and the admission of visitors to the territory for walking by groups of up to five people were resumed, subject to security measures. Guests are offered five options for ecological trails with excursions and an independent visit. The national park respects the social distance, measures have been taken to prevent queues when buying tickets. 

      Due to restrictions on entry into the Khasansky district, only local residents can visit the national park. 

      The Park was created in 2012 on an area of ​​282 thousand hectares in Primorye to preserve the rarest Far Eastern leopards. The wildlife of the national park is rich and diverse. Here, at the border of Russia, China and the DPRK, the maximum concentration of fauna in all of Northeast Asia was noted. Amur tigers and Far Eastern leopards live on the protected territory. Since March 28, the Government of Primorsky Krai suspended the operation of cafes, restaurants, night clubs, cinemas, fitness centers, ski slopes, boarding houses, rest houses, sanatoriums, and children's camps by order of the government of the Primorsky Territory.  



Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Land of the Leopard Russian National Parks Ecotourism   

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