Monsoon Package - 20% Off
Book your stay at Wild Brook Retreat, Rajaji National Park, and avail 20% off on room with all meals
Rajaji National Park, Wild Brook Retreat is an Eco-lodge situated in Gohari range of Rajaji National Park, Uttarakhand, in the midst of the wonderful valley of Nalani in the foothills of Himalayas, and just 24 kilometres far from Haridwar. Encompassed by virgin timberlands and wild streams Wild Brook is a perfect weekend getaway from Delhi. It takes you a long way from civilization yet close enough for an easy access and great perspectives of wild rivulets, with a scenery of rich timberlands. We believe in bringing absolute eco-friendly atmosphere for our guest. The entire retreat is designed to provide maximum daylight inside the cottages and powered by solar energy. Our eco-lodge approach will provide a beautiful green retreat for you. The food served is like home cooked meals using locally available vegetables made by a local cook.
We offer a stay in eco-friendly cottages with solar power in the wilderness along a small stream as compared to small hutments in some resorts. We had established the first eco-lodge in Rajaji National Park to promote eco-tourism in Rajaji National Park, promoting employment by way of training to local youth. Our eco-cottages have fireplaces to keep you warm in winter and very high ceiling to keep the ambient temperature at bay at the time of extreme weather conditions. We also have lavish verandahs for sitting and spending your time bird watching and sipping your morning coffee, with a view of mountains and rivers. Our resplendent cottages and palatial elegance put us on par with the best of the nature resorts in Rajaji National Park. Our cottages come with a stunning river view and mountain view, which creates a magical aura of a blissful holiday in Rajaji National Park. Our impeccable cottages and facilities put us on par with the best of the resorts Rajaji National Park and experience life unlike anywhere!
Enjoy your wildest adventure with Wild Brook Retreat, Rajaji National Park.