Rajaji National Park

Encounter wildness and collect memorable moments in Rajaji National Park, spread over 820 sq km in Saharanpur, Pauri Garhwal and Dehradun distrcts in Uttarakhand. India has extraordinary wildlife creatures. In north India, faunal diversity in the snow-clad Himalayan region can be seen in the form of uncommon and extraordinary species like-snow leopards, snow partridges, chukkor, ibex, Himalayan wolfs and Himalayan marmots. India as a nation is a heaven for wildlife lovers and Rajaji National Park is jewel of all national parks. All kind of animals, no matter how huge or small, wander in the profound and thick woods of India. India is having a large number of biosphere reserves or national parks. Rajaji National Park, established in the year 1983 by consolidating three sanctuaries named as Rajaji (1948), Motichur (1964) and Chilla (1977), is named after famous leader Sri C. Rajgopalachariya who was known as ‘Rajaji’. He was the first and last Governor General of free India and one of the prominent freedom fighter of Indian freedom struggle. It is home to the Asiatic Elephant and predators like tigers and leopards. Dense forest, rich bio-diversity and more than 400 species of birds serve as significant attractions for Rajaji National Park. The forest remains closed for visitors amid the monsoon, so one can just visit it between November and June.

It’s located in the foothills of Himalayan region called the Shivalik hills. It's an asylum for the nature lovers who enjoy the genuine wild life. It is situated between western Himalaya and central Himalaya. This Park has huge number of flying creature species like White-naped Woodpecker, Greater Scaup, Black-bellied Tern, Pallas' Fish Eagle, Great Hornbill, Scaly Thrush, Pale-footed Bush Warbler, Tytler's Leaf Warbler, Black-necked Stork, Northern Goshawk, Yellow-charged Blue Magpie, Snowy-browed Flycatcher, Rusty-flanked Treecreeper, Green Avadavat and Reed Bunting. Flora in Rajaji National Park is cuddled between the Indo-Gangetic fields and the Shivalik. Riverine woodland, broadleaved deciduous woods, prairies, scrub land and pine timberlands create wide variety of greenery at this park. It’s definitely a solace to be in the verdant wilderness of Rajaji National Park.

Spot primates like Hanuman Langur and Rhesus Macaque. Indian Hare and Indian Porcupine are found here. Reptiles in Rajaji incorporate Indian Cobra, Pythons, Common Karait, King Cobra, and Monitor Lizard. Large number of variety of avian gives a major visual treat to visitors. Peacock is found in affluence. Huge number of butterflies and little winged creatures are additionally seen that essentially add magnificence to this locale. The types of feathered creatures include Babbler, Rusty cheeked Scimitar, Chestnut-followed Starling, Golden-spectacled Warbler, Drongo Cuckoo, Red Jungle Fowl, Crested Kingfishers, Lineted Barbet, Brown Hawk-Owl, Great Hornbill, Slaty Headed Parakeets, Black Hooded Oriole, Finches, Khaleej Pheasant, Thrushes and some more.

Indian wildlife is the center of exploration activities where you come across the Indian wild animals and birds. Various adventure sports and activities also take place in assigned areas within Rajaji National Park. There you can find the ideal location for trekking and safaris. Get full experience of wildlife at this park. Elephant Safari in Rajaji is an extraordinary activity compared to other means to explore the striking timberland which is house of more than 500 wild elephants and large number of deer, jackals, wild boars, panthers and flying creatures. Jeep Safari is additionally accessible there to explore the natural life of backwoods. Jeep Safari is very safe and best way to explore the far-flung regions of the park. You can explore the unfathomable remoteness of this jungle through a jeep safari very easily.

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