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 Entry tickets ,Jungle safaris, guides and Stay in cottages  in Rajaji National Park located near Delhi are available. Spreads in 820.20 Sq.Km.on both sides of river Ganges in three districts of  Uttarakhand. Rajaji National Park  is a very rich bio-diversity National park which is  well connected by train, road and air from all big cities .

Wild life weekend Getaway from Delhi - Meerut - Muzzarfar Nagar - Dehradun - Chandigarh

More than 500 Elephants, 12 Tigers, 250 Panthers and good prey base including Spotted Deer, Sambhar, Wild Boar, Barking deer, Goral Two kinds of Bears Himalayan Black and Sloth, and over 400 bird species makes Rajaji National Park a perfect wild life and bird watching destination.

Easy access of Rajaji National Park from Delhi by trains like Shatabdi, Jan Shatabdi and Mussourie Express( check www.irctc.co.in / www.indianrail.gov.in ) - By Road 200 Km through a highway and By flight to Jolly Grant Airport from Delhi  55 minutes.

The sole objective to make this web site www.rajajinationalpark.co.in is to popularize this bio diversity rich park located in the eco-tonal zone formed due to merger of Shivalik and Himalayan mountain ranges. The Rajaji National Park is bisected by the river Ganges and also fed by numerous Wild Brook s forming its life line.

This web site is conceived and developed by Manoj Kulshreshtha who has been documenting birds, animals and flora of Rajaji National Park from the year 2003 and has been working for wild life conservation for many years.

   


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