Visit The Classic Resort In Rajaji National Park

Rajaji national parkRajaji National Park of India is the result of the amalgamation of the wildlife sanctuaries of Rajaji, Chilla and Motichur. These sanctuaries were merged in 1983 and thereafter named after India’s first Governor General Dr Rajagopalachari better known as Rajaji. The park was finally established in 1984 and today it covers 820 sq km. Located in the lower Himalayan ranges; the park is interspersed with several streams and brooks that are perennial. To make it convenient for you to see this fine national park at leisure, the Rajaji National Park resorts also known as Forrest provides the best in culinary pleasures and living comforts for a memorable vacation.

Rajaji National Park of India is a dream destination for all lovers of nature and wildlife enthusiasts. In order to enjoy its diverse wildlife such as elephants and antelopes, mountain goats and carnivores that include tigers and leopards and wild cats, Rajaji National Park resorts arranges for both the elephant safari and jeep safari in india. In the verdant area you can also enjoy the simple pleasures of nature walks and wildlife photography as well as fishing, angling, white water rafting in the Ganges, bicycling and bird watching. For your dining pleasures the chef at Forrest will tickle your palate with cuisines such as Kumaoni, Continental and of course Indian. The freshness of the produce and the aroma will keep your memories of this national park alive long after you return to your busy life. Finally, there are some great offers at these resorts that offer a stay at the luxury cottage camp for a package cost for two for two nights. The package includes all meals as per plan. These offers are valid other than during selected weekends and include a welcome drink, fruit baskets and cookies on arrival, transfers, wild life movie, cycling trails, evening fun activities and 30% on extension night at Ganga Lahari.


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