Night Stay available at following properties

For the people those want to feel jungle sense with basic amenities. Love to feel the real experience of Camp. Rajaji Wild Trail is perfect Nature camp. Near to Jungle and river Ganga is flowing just on walking distance.
Total Camps : 8
Full Capacity: 16-24 (on double/triple sharing)
Parking: Avialable
Kids friendly: Yes

For the people those want to feel jungle sense with more amenities. Rajaji Retreat is reside in between Ganga Canel and
Ganga river stream.
Total Cottages : 6
Full Capacity: 12-18 (on double/triple sharing)
Parking: Avialable
Kids friendly: Yes
   
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If you wish to see wild life near to you like Spotted deers, swamp deer, barking deers in your premises in the morning and evening time. Some time elephant, leopard call will sure needed your attention, Jhilmil Jheel FRH area is good for nature and peace loving people. Don't worry all area is electrically fenced and all Forest staff is just near to you. Jhilmil Cottages and Camps are good for night stay. Cottages has attached wash room with other modern amenities while Camp has proper bedding only and wash room is just 20 feet to you to experience nature during this. :)
Good for those people really nature lover and comfortable with jungle basic facilities not much demanding.
Total Cottages : 2
Full Capacity: 4 (on double sharing)
Parking: Avialable
Kids friendly: Not suggessted
Total Camps : 4
Full Capacity: 8 (on double sharing)
Parking: Avialable
Kids friendly: Not suggessted
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Rajaji Tiger Reserve-Famous for Asian Elephant and Tigers

More than 50 species of mammals including the highly endangered Asian Elephant and Tiger found in the Park. Besides tiger, leopard, Himalayan Black bear, sloth bear, Civet, Marten, Jackal, Hyena etc, it is estimated that there are more than 350 Asian elephants in the park. Goral (Mountain Goat) - a characteristic mammals of the lower Himalayas abound in the precipitous slopes of the Shivalik hills. Three species of deer - Sambhar, Spotted Deer (Cheetal) and Barking Deer (Kakar) and animals like Wild Boar, Neel Gai. Langoor, Black Napped Hare, Jungle cat etc are also found.

Over 300 species of birds are reported from Rajaji Tiger Reserve, making it an important birding area in the Country. Of these, about 90 species are migrants, which include Pochards, Gulls, Mallards, Teals and Shellducks that visit the water bodies of Bhimgora and Virbhadra Barrage and wetlands of river Ganga. The resident Birds include Pea Fowl, Jungle Fowl, different Parakeets, Woodpeckers, Kingfishers, Thrushes, Warblers, Barbets and Finches etc. Great Pied Hornbill occupies a place of pride among the different Hornbills found in the Park.

Rajaji teems with wildlife. It harbours one of the most diverse ranges of wildlife habitats. Forests of Rajaji include the Moist Shivalik Sal Forest, Moist Mixed Deciduous Forest, Northern Dry Mixed Deciduous and Khair-Sissoo forests in the Southern Slopes, Low Alluviaval Savannah woodlands cover the drier southern margis of the Park. The higher reaches of the Shivalik hills are swathered in Chir-Pine Forest.

Rajaji Tiger Reserve now become Rajaji Tiger Reserve dated on 20th April, 2015. Know More...

The Biodiversity of Rajaji

Bio-diversity of Rajaji Tiger Reserve

Rajaji Tiger Reserve is now has been finally notified as National Park status in September 2012. The two government prestigious wildlife conservation projects - The Project Elephant and The Project Tiger has now approved. It has got now all privileges and function of National Park

The Park itself is composed of three components: Rajaji founded in 1948; Motichur founded in 1936; and Chilla founded in 1977. They Spread over 820 sq. km. and were togethered named Rajaji Tiger Reserve in 1983

Rajaji Tiger Reserve is situated in the foothills of the Shivalik Range of Himalayas. Most of the land is covered by Sal forests.

A significant part of the Haridwar Range Reserve Forest runs contiguously with Chilla's southern and south-eastern boundaries. While this gives animals some extra space, it causes jurisdiction headaches, and the park authorities have set in motion a plan to attach Haridwar Forest in Rajaji.


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To experience Bio-diversity of Rajaji Tiger Reserve, email at : info@rajajitigerreserve.co.in

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