Rajaji National Park

Rajaji National park spreads over 820 sq. kilometers and home to over 400 species of birds and many reptiles including King Cobra. The park includes Rajaji, Motichur, and chilla wildlife sanctuaries which were amalgamated together to form Rajaji National Park in 1983, named after the late C. Rajagopalachari (first Goveneral General of India), a prominent leader of the Indian freedom struggle. The Ganga river bisects and flows through the national park for about a distance of 24 kilometers making water available for riparian ecosystem as well as to wild animals and plants. 

Vegetation of the Park has been classified broadly as Northern Tropical Moist Deciduous Forests and grouped in the following categories:

  1. Sal Forest
  2. Mixed Forest
  3. Riverine Forest
  4. Scrubland
  5. Grassland (savannah)
  6. Subtropical Pine Forest

The park is habitat for the Tiger, Panther, Goral, Barking deer, Sambar Deer, Wild Boar antelopes such as Nilgai and Asian Elephants. You'll be stunned to see the presence of biggest python race in India. Let those twigs, tiger footprints, and the tune of nature lead your incredible journey of wildlife exploration in Rajaji National Park.

Rajaji National Park is a home to more than 500 Elephants, Bears Himalayan Black and Sloth, more than 400 bird species, 250 Panthers, 12 Tigers and two kinds of makes Rajaji National Park a paradise of nature. There are over four hundred species of bird-like Oriental Pied Hornbill, Crested Kingfisher, and Crimson Sunbird is some of the habitats of the park. The Park is the ground where Himalayas into the Indian subcontinent. Rajaji National Park and the Wild Brook Retreat give all of you the fervor and invigoration of holidaying in the core of the Indian natural life. Exactly where all the activity is. In the lap of Nature at its most crude and where the law of the wilderness wins. Predators lurk the wild pathways, the deer call for enable, feathered creatures to screech in the skies and reptiles crawl over the earth.
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The park is located close to Dehli, making it a perfect weekend getaway for the backpackers. Let go off your weekend binge and live the adventure.

We at Wild Brook Retreat - Rajaji National Park, Uttarakhand, are dedicated to making your jungle adventure a magnificent journey filled with moments of astonishment. Our Jungle Safari package will serve your desire for jungle adventure at the best price.

Crested Kingfisher

Rajaji National park is home to more than 300 species bird, making bird-watching another great activity in the park. Get perfect lenses and binoculars for the right click.

Enjoy the tune of the true nature at Wild Brook Retreat - Rajaji National Park, Uttarakhand. Book your adventure now!

Tickets and Entries to Rajaji National Park

Cost of Gypsy: Rs.2000 from park gate

Vehicle Entry Charges: Rs.250/entry of vehicle for Indians and Rs.500 / entry of vehicle for foreigners. 

Cost of Guide: Rs.500 for general guide / Rs.700- Rs.1500  for experienced Bird and wild life guide.
*Service Charge and an administrative fee will be charged extra based on no. of persons 

Timings
The entry timings are within sunrise to sunset, two times a day.
Morning: 6 am to 9 am
Evening: 3 pm to 6 pm
Jeep Safari is organised in an open gipsy starting from park gate taking you through various parts of Rajaji National Park for about 3 Hrs in your hired private gypsy. 

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Sambhar and Panther at Rajaji nr
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