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.
|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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