Discover the Natioanl Park with our knowledgeable naturalists and unfold the mystery of the dense green froests. Rajaji National Park is spread over 820.42 Square kilometers and is home to over 30 of mammals and over 300 species of Birds. The park shelters Asian Elephants, Tiger, King Cobra, Panther, Bear, Chital, Sambar, Wild Boar, Kakar, Python, Monitor Lizard, Wild Cats and many more.
A great place to be with your loved and cherished ones. Far away from the mad rush of the city, the Forrest (Rajaji National Park) beckons you with a warm welcome by innocuous deer, while melodious music is played by the diverse avifauna, and the fluttery butterflies tantalize you with their colours. The nature is in its full abundance at the Forrest and so attracts a number of wild life conservationists, nature lovers and peace lovers the wildlife experience is rich with jeep safaris, elephant safaris, and bicycling, bird watching and night safaris.
Places of Tourist Interest
Rajaji National Park has many places which interest tourists and vacationers. Some of the famous places of tourist interest are:
One of the most Holy cities in India, Haridwar is located at close vicinity from Forrest (Rajaji National Park). It is also known as the Gateway to the Gods. Haridwar also connects the Chota Chardham Gangotri, Yumonotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath. The main attractions in the city are Har-Ki-Pauri, Chandi Devi, Bilwa Parvat, Vaishno Devi temple, Gurukul Kangadi University, Bharat Mata Temple, Maya Devi Temple, Bhimgoda, and Shanti Kunj.
Rishikesh is a very famous destination for all those who want to learn and delve deep into the practices of yoga. Rishikesh is the place where the discipline of Yoga has come into being. Apart from this, Rishikesh is also one of the major destinations which is known for white water rafting & the start for Himalayan trekking trails.
Dehradun is one of the oldest cities in India and the capital of the newly formed state of Uttarakhand. The major tourist attractions here are Tapkeshwar, Robbers' Cave, Tapovan, Malsi Deer Park, Forest Research Institute (FRI), and Kalsi Deer Park. A number of important institutions are also located in Dehradun.
It is one of the oldest hills stations of India. The main attractions in and around the city are the Mall, Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration, Wynberg Allen School, Gun Hill, Surkhanda Devi Temple, Nag Tibba, Dhanaulti, Chamba, Camel's Back Road, Kempty Fall, Hawa Ghar, and Colonel George Everest Estate.