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Apply For Entering the Ecological Conservation Areas

Applying for Park Entry Permit

The conservation areas of the National Park system are regions having abundant natural resources and also fragile terrains and ecosystems. All of the mountain trails of Shei-Pa National Park belong to the conservation areas, and to enter these areas must apply the Park Entry Permit and Mountain Entry Permit.
 
The park entry application procedure is exclusively done electronically on the application website. While you are filling in the electronic application form, use the draft function to save your progress. You can check the bed availability before you arrange your itinerary. Moreover, applicants have to submit the application between 7 to 30 days in advance according to the regulation. You can contact us via this email  mail(e-mail to:spnppermit@gmail.com).
Park Entry Application website : https://npm.cpami.gov.tw/en/
Noted that :
① You should fill in applicant's ID in order to save & retrieve your draft.
② Retrieve/Modify your drafts at the【Application modification/Cancel application】
page : https://npm.cpami.gov.tw/en/apply_2.aspx
Last Update Date:2017-06-01
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