Rajaji National Park Uttarakhand – Reviews, Map & Safari

Rajaji National Park Information

The Rajaji national park has been created in 1983 by merging of three sanctuaries- Rajaji sanctuary (est. 1948) Motichur haven (est. 1964) and Chilla sanctuary (est. 1977) in the name of well-known statesman  Sri C. Rajgopalachari – The first and last Governor of separate Native India famously known as “Rajaji”. 

The national park is distributed over a place of 820.42 SQ. km. in three Districts- Haridwar, Dehradun and Pauri Garhwal of Uttarakhand.

Rajaji national park safari charges

Foreigners: Rs.600/visit
Indians: Rs.150/visit

The Rajaji national Park has got the biggest place comprising Shivalik Eco-system. The Shivalik pathway is 10 thousand years old and very loaded with the past. It’s past faunal continues to be consisting of about 50 varieties of hippos; one of them is existing nowadays.

The spectacular Ganges moves through the Rajaji National Park for a range of 24km, besides the numerous sources and streams making it wealthy and different. It provides adequate possibilities to characteristics fans have fun with the fascinating scenery and crazy animals.


Rajaji national park is heavily foliated primarily by the Sal Jungles and a number of other forest kinds such as the European Genetic Wet and north dry Deciduous and Khair-Sissoo forests. 

According to Tiger census 2011,the population of tiger is now increased to 1706 from 1404. this is a healthy sign for us.

Low Alluvial Savannah Jungles protect the drier southeast edges of the recreation place, contrary to the Shivalik Chir-Pine on the high gets two of the mountains.It is very rich in its flora and this makes it more interesting and beautiful national park among others. Many tourists love to visit here and the reason is rich flora and fauna.

The Rajaji national park is home to the Leopard, Himalayan Keep, Cheetal, deer, woofing deer, Sambar deer, crazy boar, antelopes such as the Nilgai, Goral , Jackal, Hyena, Forest Cat, Leopard Cat, Civets, Himalayan Yellow-Throated Marten, Sloth Holds, Pythons, Master Cobra, Typical Krait, Native Indian Cobra and the Observe Reptile and above All the Oriental Elephant. 

All these species lives together and administration is held by the government officials. This national park host more than 50,000 wildlife lovers in a year.These tourism lovers love to see the fauna of this beautiful national park. If you are planning to visit this place I suggest you the summer is the best time to visit here. 


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