High entrance fees

Minimum fee per person for a tourist to enter the site and see its special features. This does not include the cost of travelling to get there. "High" is defined as 50USD or above.

Connected Sites

Site Rationale Link
Aldabra Atoll 100 EUR (landing tax, May 2007)
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park 600 US dollar (1 day gorilla permit, 2017) (in the low season April, May and November you may pay $450).
Galapagos Islands 120 US dollar (100 US dollar conservation fee + 20 US dollar transit control ticket, 2017)
Kilimanjaro National Park 70 US dollar (daily charge, 2017)
Petra Petra: 90 JOD (126 $) on a day trip 50 JOD (70 $) for day entrance if you stay one night in Jordan. 55 JOD (77 $) for two days 1 JOD for Jordanians nationals
Rock Islands 50 USD (2017)
Sagarmatha National Park The Sagarmartha Park costs around US$12 to enter and has been made trekking "permit free" BUT permits to climb Everest cost for a solo expedition US $ 25,000, a two - member team US $ 40,000. a three - member US $ 48,000; a four - member team US $ 56,000; a team of five climbers for US $ 60,000; a six member team will be charged US $ 66,000
Serengeti 60 US dollar (daily charge, 2017)


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