Rajaji National Park

Price Range

150 - 5000.00




Multiply your learning journey by embracing an adventurous and fun ride and experience a wild day out at the Rajaji National Park. The park has been named after one of the most renowned and respected freedom fighters of the country C. Rajagopalachari, also known as Rajaji.

The Shivalik forests of Rajaji National Park was once a winter resort and became home for many tribes of Himalayas. It is abundant in the area scattered over 820 square kilometers, with its thriving wildlife sanctuary, flora and fauna, chilled breezy weather, and a perfect picnic spot for winter lovers.

This national park is considered as one of the amazing and well-maintained national parks in India, and has also received the tag of a Tiger Reserve.   





  • Sunday : 07:00 am to 05:30 pm
  • Monday : 07:00 am to 05:30 pm
  • Tuesday : 07:00 am to 05:30 pm
  • Wednesday : 07:00 am to 05:30 pm
  • Thursday : 07:00 am to 05:30 pm
  • Friday : 07:00 am to 05:30 pm
  • Saturday : 07:00 am to 05:30 pm

Timings are subject to change. You will be automatically booked into a time slot as part of the check out process. Please visit the official website to confirm the time slot before your visit.


How to Reach

  • By Road : Roadways well connect Rajaji National Park with neighboring cities such as Haridwar, Garhwal, and Dehradun via buses and cabs. The park is just 21 km and 43 km away from Dehradun and Haridwar respectively.
  • By Flight : The airport nearest to Rajaji National Park is located in Dehradun. The name of the Dehradun Airport is Jolly Grant Airport. You can easily board the bus or taxi from Jolly Grant Airport.
  • By Train : The railway station nearest to Rajaji National Park is Dehradun Railway Station. From Railway station, you can take a cab or bus to reach Rajaji National Park.


Ticket Pricing

  • Cost of Gypsy from Park Gate : Rs.2100
  • For Foreigners : Rs. 600
  • Vehicle Entry Charges : Rs. 250
  • Still cameras : Free for Indians Rs.50 for foreigners
  • Local Guide : Rs.300

Tourist Attractions

Treasure the nature – Discover the assets of nature that include flora and fauna, pine trees, grasslands, forests, spot wildlife, and unique ecosystem that you would not find it anywhere else. One of the popular places to watch an abundant variety of birds.

Safari Ride – Enjoy the most popular and impressive elephant safari (ride) in the national park. A perfect place to spot groups of elephants, roaming around freely. You will also find mountain goats in large numbers at this park.

Trek up the hills – Tourists also prefer outdoor treks and overnight camping near the park to witness the wonderful terrain of landscape. When you trek your way up, many birds are also sighted. Assan Barrage is considered a bird’s paradise, which is 26 km away and you can drive down from the Chilla canal until 40 km till the Motichur trail.

River Rafting – If you are looking for a thrilling and adventure then plan a day for Rafting on the river Ganges, situated in Dehradun.

Feast on the Local Food – There are plenty of restaurants near to the park to satiate your hunger that offers local cuisines and serve fresh meals just like home-cooked food. There are some good relaxing spots where you can sit and relax after a long tiring day. 

What is it famous for? 

The national park has diversified species and is a home of 49 species of fish, 28 snakes, 12 turtles and tortoises, and 9 lizards. This park has a combination of mixed forests, pine forests, grasslands, riverine forests and you will see massive vegetation of tropical and sub-tropical forests. Tourists from across the globe come to see many Himalayan endangered animals like elephants, tigers, leopards, and migratory birds that come during the winter season.

Is this place worth seeing? 

The swathe and stretch of the endless green jungles with a massive distinctive population of birds are the things to see for people traveling there. The most popular and impressive of all is the safari ride at the park. People from different regions come to this place to experience the natural environment and habitat with herds of frequently spotted animals at the National Park.

Would you recommend a guide?

You would not require any guide to tour inside the Rajaji National Park, as it is a self-explanatory tour and you can spot all the wildlife and flowers on your own.



Rajaji Tiger Reserve Cheela Zone, Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India

Rating & Reviews

Based on 140 reviews
Very Good
Bhavdeepsinh Jadeja
Bhavdeepsinh Jadeja
06/15/2019 23:02
Great place for adventure. Got full gang of homies? Best place to have fun. Got full family and want some good times? Great place to go. Although we couldn't see leopard and tiger due to high temperatures. And park will be closed in rainy season. I would suggest you should visit at morning to see all the wildlife. And yeah there were many elephants too. And btw theres only one tiger in whole sanctuary also there are deer and langoor.
Sanjeev Mehta
Sanjeev Mehta
12/24/2018 07:31
A must visit place for nature lovers from Haridwar. With abundance of flora & fauna. Beautiful landscapes too. Better to stay in Haridwar. As all entry gates are closer from here.
Jitender Sehgal
Jitender Sehgal
05/15/2019 18:05
Rajaji National Park is an Indian national park and Tiger Reserve that encompasses the Shivaliks near the foothills of the Himalayas. Rajaji National Park is an Indian National park. The park is spread over 820 kmand three districtsof UTTARAKHAND: HARIDWAR,  DEHRADUN and PAURI GARHWAL. In 1983, three wildlife sanctuaries in the area namely, CHILLA, Motichur and RAJAJI sanctuaries were merged into one.The Ganga and Song rivers flow through the park.
Dipti Mohanan
Dipti Mohanan
03/01/2020 14:56
A wonderful morning safari with Kundan as a guide helpfully pointing out the animals. Saw groups of sambar, cheetal herds, langurs, one barking deer, a couple of elephants, hornbills, a changeable hawk eagle (?) and many many peacocks. Did not see any of the big cats but our guide pointed out fresh tiger paw prints presumably in hot pursuit of a deer for breakfast. Definitely going back.
Shubham Kamboj
Shubham Kamboj
07/07/2019 14:59
best place for chill with family nd freinds....

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Rajaji National Park is named after a dignified and famous freedom fighter Rajagopalachari also known as Rajaji. It spreads over an area of 820.42 sq km.
The best time to visit either early in the morning or in the evening, as it gets hot in the afternoon.
Yes there are around 34 tigers in the park which including in Chilla and Dhaulkhand ranges of Rajaji National Park.
The tickets to the national park are available at the entry gate and are valid for the same day.
There are three ways to reach the park via air, train or by road. Haridwar is at a distance of 9 km which is the nearest railway station. Dehradun Jolly Grant Airport is at 33 km distance.Flights connect Dehradun to Delhi. Buses are available from Dehradun, Pauri and Kotdar to Haridwar and Rishikesh.
The distance from Rajaji National Park and Haridwar is around 30 km which can be easily covered within an hour.
River Ganga flows through Rajaji National Park.The Ganga and Song rivers flow through the park.
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