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  • Club House to Ram Jhula / NIM Beach
    Rs. 600 /- Per Person
    Distance : 09 Kms

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    Rs. 600 /- Per Person
    Distance : 09 Kms

  • Shivpuri to Ram Jhula / NIM Beach
    Rs. 1000 /- Per Person
    Distance : 15 Kms

  • Marine Drive to Shivpuri
    Rs. 600 /- Per Person
    Distance : 10 Kms

  • Marine Drive to Ram Jhula / NIM Beach
    Rs. 1500 /- Per Person
    Distance : 25 Kms

  • Kaudiyala to Shivpuri
    Rs. 1500 /- Per Person
    Distance : 20 Kms

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    Distance : 35 Kms

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    Cost @ 3200/- Per Person
    Distance : 34 Kms
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  • Rajaji National Park


    About Rajaji National Park

    The Park spans over an area of 820sq. Km which includes Rajaji, Motichur and Chilla wildlife sanctuaries, and parts of Dehradun,Siwalik and Lansdowne Forest Divisions. These three sanctuaries were amalgamated in 1983 to Rajaji National Park, named after the Late Raja Gopal Chariya.

    The majestic Ganges flows through the National Park for a distance of 24km, besides the innumerable streams and brooks making it rich and diverse. It offers ample opportunities to nature lovers to enjoy the captivating landscape and wildlife.


    Rajaji is thickly foliated predominantly by the Sal Forest and a number of other forest types which include the Western Gangetic Moist and Northern dry Deciduous and Khair-Sissoo forests. Low Alluvial Savannah Woodlands cover the drier southern margins of the park, in contrast to the Siwalik Chir-Pine on the high reaches of the hills.

    About Rajaji National Park there are no use of insecticides and pesticides in the whole retreat. We grow our own vegetables and over 14 herbs which undoubtedly are organic and used in the meals prepared for our guests.

    Jeep Safaris
    About Jeep Safari you want to explore the wilds of the remote areas or the dense ones, the option is to board a jeep. Why a Jeep safari? Well, it's the most secure way if you don't want to get scared when you hear the growl of a Lion or Tiger! More of all jeep safaris are the best way to get the inside look of the forest and its topography Enjoying Jeep Safari TripYou can enjoy the jeep safari tours available in the various wildlife sanctuaries in India.

    Some of the best ones are Rajaji National Park. You will get a whole new Jungle experience in these sanctuaries while moving about in a jeep.

    Flora in Rajaji National Park
    The Rajaji National Park is known for rich and varied flora making perfect haven for different species of animals and birds. It is known for excellent, varied and diverse ecosystem. There are six kinds of forests in the park – Sal Forest, Mixed Forest, Scrub Forest, Sub-tropical Pine Forest, Riverine Forest and Grassland.

    Fauna in Rajaji National Park
    The Rajaji National Park is known for rich and varied wildlife attractions and fauna. There are 23 species of mammals in the park. The park also possesses 315 species of birds. The park has largest population of elephants and a good number of tigers & leopards. The rich flora and fauna of this park attracts a large number of wildlife enthusiasts, eco-friends, nature lovers and wildlife conservationists.


    Major animals found in this park are Asian Elephant, Bengal Tiger, Leopard, Wild Cat, Indian Hare, Barking Deer, Sambar, Indian Langur, Sloth Bear, Jackal, Himalayan Yellow-throated marten, Goat-like Goral, etc. Commonly seen birds in the park are Pea Fowl, Kingfisher, Barbet, Pheasant, Woodpecker, etc supplemented by a number of migratory birds during the winter season. Reptiles found in the park are Common Cobra, King Cobra, Common Lizard, Monitor Lizard, Python, etc.

    Other Attractions in Rajaji
    Jeep Safari: Jeep Safari is the most convenient ways to explore the forests of Rajaji National Park. It is the way to feel the excitement of wildlife viewing and bird watching. Safaris are organized by the authorities of Rajaji National Park.

    Best Time to Visit Rajaji
    The ideal time to visit the Rajaji National Park is the periods between months of October to March.

    How to Get There
    Air : The nearest Airport is at Dehradun situated at only a few km from the northern boundary of the park.
    Rail : Haridwar and Dehradun are two convenient railway stations to arrive in Rajaji National Park.
    Road : The Park is easily accessible from town like Dehradun, Haridwar, Rishikesh and Delhi. Dehradun-Delhi Highway runs along the northern boundary of the park.