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  Pakistan Reduction in Royalty Fee for the Year 2009


Ministry of Tourism 

Green Trust Tower, Blue Area,

Islamabad the October 15 , 2008 

NOTIFICATION 

No. 1(1)/2002-OP. In supersession of all previous notifications regarding announcement of concessions for Mountaineering, Ministry of Tourism, Government of Pakistan has decided to continue reduction in royalty fee during the calendar Year 2009 as per details given below: 

                                             i.   Zero royalty fee for peaks up to 6500-M.

                                           ii.  10% royalty fee on mountains situated in Chitral, Gilgit and Ghizer except on Spantik/Golden Peak.

                                          iii.    05% royalty fee on all peaks during winter season (December-February)

                                         iv.    50% discount on royalty fee  on all peaks except as mentioned in  (i) and (ii) above  as per following beak-up: 

S.No. Height of Mountain 50% Discounted Fee for the Year 2009(US$)
Full Team of 7 members Each Additional Member
1 K-2 (8611 – M) 6000 1000
2 8001 – 8500 – M 4500 750
3 7501 – 8000 – M 2000 250
4 7001 – 7500 -  M 1250 150
5 6501 -  7000 -  M 750 100

 (SHAUKAT ZAMAN)

Deputy Chief(F&S/OP)

Copy forwarded for information to: 

1)      The Director , Press Information Department,  Islamabad.

2)      The President Alpine Club of Pakistan, Islamabad.

3)      The Chairman PATO, Islamabad.

4)      The Chairman, TAAP, Karachi.

5)      All Tour Operators

6)      Mr. Waqas Ahmed,  Programmer/In-charge Website , Ministry of Tourism, Islamabad. 

(SHAUKAT ZAMAN)

Deputy Chief(F&S/OP)

 

 

 

 

 

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