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2 pax Rs.      

Duration : 01 NIGHTS/02 DAYS
TOUR (Rajaji National Park) :
  Day - 1

· Dep. from Delhi by Shatabdi at 6.30 AM 
· Arr. Hardwar at 11.00 AM. On Arrival, check in Tourist Rest House, Chilla. 
· After Fresh up, visit Raja-ji-National Park. 
· Activities : Elephant Safari 
· At evening visit Har-ki-pauri for Ganga Aarti (Special arrangements from  
  Skylark) 
· Dinner & Night Halt.

Day - 2

· After Breakfast, drive to Rishikesh. 
· Arr. Rishikesh and Transfer to Shivpuri for White Water Rafting. 
· Start Rafting from Shivpuri at 11.00 AM. 
· Arr. Rishikesh at 1.00 PM. Lunch at Rishikesh. 
· After Lunch visit Rishikesh & Hardwar Local Sight Seeing. 
· Dep from Hardwar at 6.00 PM by Shatabdi Exp. to Delhi. 
· Arr. Delhi at 10.30 PM. Tour Terminate.

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Duration : 2 Night / 3 Days
Package (Rajaji & Corbett National Park)

  Day - 1

Dep. from Delhi by Shatabdi at 6.30 AM
Arr. Hardwar at 11.00 AM. On Arrival, check in Tourist Rest House, Chilla.
After Freshup, visit Raja-ji-National Park.
Activities : Elephant Safari
At evening visit Har-ki-pauri for Ganga Aarti (Special arrangements from Skylark)
Dinner & Night Halt.

Day - 2

After early Breakfast, drive to Corbett National Park, Ramnagar.
Check in Hotel at Ramnagar.
After Lunch, visit Corbett Park. Dinner & Night Halt at Hotel.

Day - 3

After Breakfast, drive to Jungle Safari with Packed Lunch.
After Lunch, Dep. to Delhi. Drop at Railway Station / Airport.
Tour Terminate.

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(Chilla National Park)

Chilla, which is the region open to tourists, is probably the best for game viewing. It is also very scenic as it affords views of the mighty Ganga, as well as the Himalayas to the North, together with a large reservoir for water birds. It is located close to the religious center of Haridwar and is just about 20 km away from Rishikesh.

At Chilla proper, where the residential complex is located, in a large opening in thick Sal forests, there are two domesticated elephants, which can be used for game viewing rounds. These Elephant back safaris take one through bamboo thickets and elephant grass.

There are watchtowers located over water holes and jeepable tracks taking one to areas around the park where wildlife can be spotted as one drives along. Herds of the Spotted Deer are fairly common to spot. The other animals that can be spotted in the Chilla wildlife sanctuary are the wild boar, Sambhar Deer, the Grey Langur, the Red Rhesus Macaque, the Barking Deer, the Peacock, Quails, Hornbills, Hawks, Falcons, Vultures and many other birds of prey.

Lying in a 820 sq km swathe across the Shivaliks, at the foot of the Himalayas, the Rajaji National Park spreads across three districts of Uttaranchal- Haridwar, Dehradun and Pauri Garhwal. In 1983, the three wildlife sanctuaries of Rajaji, Motichur and Chilla were amalgamated into a single contiguous park consisting of several distinct vegetation zones. These include broadleaved deciduous forests, riverine vegetation, grasslands, and pine forests in the upper reaches.

Inhabiting these dense green jungles are an impressive array of creatures- furred and feathered, docile and dangerous. 23 species of mammals- including tigers, leopards, elephants, deer, jungle cat, wild boar and sloth bear- and 315 species of birds are found in Rajaji. The most prominent avian species include pea fowl, woodpeckers, pheasants, kingfishers and barbets, supplemented by a number of migratory species during the winter months. Besides that, the rivers which flow through the park harbour fish such as trout and mahseer.

Rajaji’s history of conservation has been rather rocky in the recent past. The park’s been besieged by a host of problems, ranging from soil erosion to poaching. Despite all these issues, Rajaji continues to be one of northern India’s major wildlife reserves- and one of the best places to see the fauna and flora of the terai.

 

Entry----Requirements
All visitors to Rajaji National Park need entry permits in order to be allowed into the park. Permits are available at each of the gates to the park, and cost Rs 30 for Indians and Rs 350 for foreigners. These permits are valid for three days; if you wish to stay longer, you’ll have to pay Rs 20 a day (if you’re Indian), Rs 175 per day if you’re not. Additional charges are levied for cameras and vehicles. Still cameras are free for Indians and Rs 50 for foreigners; vehicles are Rs 500 for both Indians and foreigners.

 

Access
One of the reasons for Rajaji’s popularity is that it’s conveniently situated for anybody coming from Delhi. The national capital is only 231 km from the park, and there are convenient overnight trains from Delhi to Haridwar and Dehradun, from where there are connecting buses to Rajaji. Similarly, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow, is linked by bus to Haridwar and Dehradun. From Rajaji, the nearest airport is Jolly Grant, at Dehradun, while the most convenient railheads are Haridwar and Dehradun. Both have railway connections to the rest of the country.

Rajaji is accessible through different gates; the Ramgarh Gate and Mohand Gate are within 25 km of Dehradun, while the Motichur, Ranipur and Chilla Gates are just about 9 km from Haridwar. Kunao Gate is 6 km from Rishikesh, and Laldhang gate is 25 km from Kotdwar.

Within the park, the only way of getting around, if you haven’t got your own vehicle, is by elephant. Elephant rides of about 2½ hours each are organized by the park authorities and cost between Rs 50 and 100 per person.

 

Best time to visit
Rajaji National Park is open to visitors between November and June. The months from December to March are usually the best time to visit, as the weather’s at its best. Beyond April, things start hotting up, though it never gets unbearably hot.

 

Accommodation
Within the Rajaji National Park are ten forest resthouses, at Beribara, Chilla, Ranipur, Dholkhand, Kunnao, Motichur, Kansrao, Satyanarain, Phandowala and Kasarodi. The resthouse at Dholkhand is currently not open to visitors, but the others charge approximately Rs 75-150 (for Indians) and Rs 225-450 (for foreigners). Chilla has, in addition, a tourist complex operated by the Garhwal Mandal Vikas Nigam.

The accommodation provided is fairly basic, and there are no catering facilities. You’ll have to bring your own food along, and do your own cooking- utensils and crockery are provided.

Staying outside the park, at hotels and tourist complexes in Haridwar, Rishikesh or Dehradun, is a good idea if you’d rather not rough it out. All three cities have a wide range of accommodation options, ranging from budget to mid-range and even luxury; and considering the close proximity of these towns to the park, it’s not too difficult getting to Rajaji for the day’s wildlife-watching.

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(Rajaji National Park)

Rajaji National Park is distinct for its pristine scenic beauty and rich bio- diversity.

 

Why Rajaji
Rajaji National Park in the state of Uttranchal is situated along the hills and foothills of Shivalik ranges in the Himalayan foothills and exhibits the Shivalik ecosystem. Rajaji is one of northern India’s major wildlife reserves - and one of the best places to see the fauna and flora of the terai region. The park named after the great freedom fighter Late Sri C. Rajgopalachari; popularly known as "Rajaji" was created after joining the three sanctuaries in the Western UP, Shivaliks - Rajaji, Motichur and Chilla into a large protected area in the year 1983. Rajaji National Park is a paradise for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts, the ecosystem of the park is adorned with elephants, tigers, leopards, deer and ghorals as its best known life forms This area is the North Western Limit of Asian elephants.

 

Key Factor
State : Uttaranchal
Climate : The climate is pleasant through out the year.
Minimum Temperature :13.1°C;
Maximum Temperature :38.9°C.
Summer : Max. 42°C; Winter : Min O°C.
Area : 820.42 sq km.
Travel Tips : Consult the Doctor before you leave for the trip. Get enough information about the place you are going to visit.
Best Time to Visit : 15th November to 15th June.
Nearest Town : Rishikesh (6 km).

 

Get There
Rajaji National park is accessible from many directions by road, rail and air. Bus services and overnight trains are available for Dehradun and Haridwar from Delhi and Lucknow. Elephants are available for wildlife viewing at Chilla and Dholkand. To explore the park take an Elephant ride.

International Airport : Indira Gandhi International Airport (231 km).
Airport : 38 km from Jolly Grant Airport
Railways: Haridwar (8 km) & Dehradun (24 km).
Road: The Park is easily accessible from Haridwar, Dehradun, Rishikesh, and Mussoorie.

 

Stay There
Rajaji National park area has several peaceful and tranquil accommodations. GMVN offers a Tourist Rest House with AC, Delux, Executive rooms and Dormotary facilities alongwith 6 Gujjar Huts,There are also 10 Forest Rest Houses in park, where visitors can stay. Tourist Rest House is adequately furnished for a comfortable stay. They offer perfect retreat for visitors. In addition there are many hotels and tourist complexes around Rajaji National Park at Haridwar, Rishikesh, Dehradun and Mussoorie.

 

Additional Punch
Uttaranchal is the Gateway to the Himalayas. Entire Uttaranchal is amazing. You can go to any part of Uttranchal and spend some time there relaxing. Go to Garhwal, Haridwar (8 km), Rishikesh (6 km) or Dehradun (24 km), the atmosphere of all these destinations are exhilarating and soothing. Uttranchal is a good health resort. If you are keen in practicing Yoga & Meditation or even go for Ayurvedic Treatment then visit Haridwar and Rishikesh.

 

Extend the Trip
You can visit New Delhi (231 km), the capital city of India. You can also go to Uttar Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh, both will provide something very different. Uttar Pradesh is the right place to know the India Way of Life. It also displays numerous historical and religious sights. If you want to relax in a peaceful surroundings then head towards, the Himachal Pradesh. Himachal is also a paradise for the adventure lovers.

 

Few Difficulties
You might not face too many difficulties. The terrain is rugged and challenging. Might not get your choice of food here. The winters are chilling. 

 

Few Suggestions
Don't get into any unknown or illegal activity. Do not disturb the local culture and local atmosphere. Try to be well informed about the routes and the place you are going to visit. Contact us when and where needed, while on a wildlife India Tour.

If you want more information on Wildlife India Tour then get back to us, whenever needed. Let us know your requirements, so that we can make your trip to India Wildlife completely exceptional and exciting. 

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GENERAL RULES
1
Tourist is advised is not to carry any precious items while in tour.
2
Tourist can enroll his/her names for the tours by paying initial advance. The balance amount must reach Delhi Office at least 5 days before scheduled departure of the tour without waiting for reminder from our side. If the full amount is not paid in the time the company reserves the right to cancel the bookings with consequent loss of deposit and apply the cancellation charges.
3
Tourist travel at their own risk. Neither the tour operator nor their representative or staff accept any liability or responsibility for an kind of risk, theft, delay, damages, loss, injury, accident, death etc. during their tour howsoever it might have caused.
4
The operator has also right to cancel at any time any or all the tours announced without assigning any reason whatsoever. In such case the operator's responsibility will be only to refund the amount by such passengers, without any compensation whatsoever.
5
The hotels are subject to change without prior notice.
6
The seats in the bus are allotted on "first comr first serverd basis" at the time of booking of the tour.
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If there is any loss or damage by any passengers to the property of the hotel, bus, tour, operator or any other concerned parties or person during the tour then such passengers have to compensate the concerned parties or person for the same immediately.
8
During sightseeing we will take the bus /car up to the point it is allowed or can be taken. There offer if any vehicle or other arrangements are to be made then the expenses should be paid by the passengers only.
9
Timings mentioned in the itinerary for the bus/car tour are only estimated time for the sake of knowledge. There are always chances of delay in arrival at the destination due to various reasons.
10
Refunds, if any, will be given after a periods of ten days from the date of claim. Refunds will be paid only by cheque and only against receipts.
11
Due to unavoidable circumstanmces, if there is aloes in the stay of hotel or sightseeing or missed then no refund will be granted to the passengers in this respect.
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If any passengers decide to break their journey after commencement of the tour, they can do so, but no refund for the balance periods of the tour will be granted to them and their all onwards journey arrangements will be the sole responsibility of such passengers only.
13
All disputes /legal claims subject to Delhi Jurisdiction only.
CANCELLATION RULES
1
20 Days or More days before departure of Tour 10% on Full amount
2
10 days before departure tour 25% on full amount.
3
06 days before departure of tour 40% on full amount.
4
Within 04 days before departure of tour :No Refund.