Rajaji National Park Stay

Rajaji national park night stay

Not a long way from Haridwar lies the Rajaji National Park. It is an illustration of prime elephant territory, settled between the mountains and the Ganges streaming close by. The Park never gets exposure or media consideration like the Corbett and Ranthambore National Parks. However, it also has its gems, some of which are not obliged to stay inside the Park limits. Rajaji has various entryways like Chilla and Motichur for particular distinctions in natural surroundings and creature populace. It is advised to visit every region once to get a feeling of the spot. At the same time if one is fortunate, he might get a chance to see a portion of more extraordinary occupants.

Rajaji and Corbett structure a passage where the elephants venture out from one to the next during straight seasons. Numerous elephants found in Corbett might have come from Rajaji. The elephant populace should be visible quite effectively, for instance, in Chilla, wandering in the undergrowth. What isn’t effectively spotted are its tigers.

In a country where the tiger is a significant draw, where individuals will crowd National Parks only for a brief look at it, the presence of a tiger in a National Park ups its allure quotient. The shortfall in the number of the tigers correspondingly brings down the turnout in the park. For example Sariska, where the number of guests dropped because it had lost its tigers to poaching and other reasons.

Rajaji has tigers. However, they are not in the same number that the Ranthambore and the Corbett have. Thus, seeing them in the park is an uncommon event. Nature makes up for this in its own unique manner, and the possibility of a panther without a trace of the tigers subsequently improves.

As the people who have invested energy in understanding the wildlife will affirm that panthers are tricky animals. Thus, their sightings are more uncommon and momentary rather than tiger sightings. Panthers are subsequently a significant draw for some in Rajaji. In everyday reality, where the more giant and grounded tiger rivals a panther for a similar prey base, the tiger likewise chases the panther. Tigers being more significant in size, are frequently known to kill panthers in their region. Consequently, from time to time, tigers and panthers are found in closeness. In this manner, the little tiger populace in Rajaji guarantees that the Leopards flourish nearby.

The guests to the Park usually identify Rajaji with its elephants and request to locate some. The drivers and the aides answer their benefactors likewise. They are known to cruise all over the roundabout track in a careless way, searching for only that one creature. It then turns into an issue of karma concerning what the visitor will see. Yet, perpetually the elephants or the omnipresent spotted deer show up. If at all, there is a sighting of a tiger, it is considered as an enormous reward. The most talented aides and drivers in any National Park will possess a great deal of tolerance and all close information on where certain animals can be found. It likewise implies that except if a guest finds a learned aide, it is the person who does his examination and discovery of creatures and birds.

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Finding a proficient aide in Rajaji will be an issue for those looking for birdlife. For those able to look in any case, the Park is a paradise for seeing Hornbills. Three types of Hornbills are found here, the Indian Gray Hornbill being the  most common. The Gray Hornbill is also sighted in metropolitan settings, and one can frequently see them zooming around in enormous cities like Delhi. Not such a large number of guests subsequently search for this bird inside Rajaji. The other two Hornbill species — the Oriental Pied Hornbill and the Great Hornbill — are tracked down in the forested regions, and Rajaji is probably the best spot to see them. The Great Hornbill is recorded as a weak animal category by IUCN. It is the state bird of Arunachal Pradesh and Kerala. The Oriental Pied Hornbill, then again, is located in more significant numbers in the Park. Looking for these two types of birds likely could merit an excursion to this National Park.

The Chilla side of Rajaji is likewise an excellent spot to see the Changeable Hawk Eagle and the Crested Serpent Eagle. These species are not the most uncommon hawks tracked down in the nation. The best sightings are frequently when these birds are found with a kill. They disregard human presence until individuals don’t get excessively close.

A well-known sanctuary is situated around Chilla because the spot sees a weighty convergence of local people visiting it frequently. The stream runs close by. This stretch of water, brimming with trash tossed by individuals, also hurled the intriguing Spotted Forktail, the Plumbeous Water Redstart, and the White covered Redstart. Well, people should be more careful with their trash and not litter it around.

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A Resort for night stay inside Rajaji National Park

The Forktail, a bashful and resigning bird, is challenging to see in ideal circumstances, and for it to be found so close to a human home was fascinating. In an impression of the sort of birds and creatures the normal guest needs to see, even the accomplished bird guides and drivers didn’t know about the Forktail or its importance when it was first brought up to them — and from that point forward they have been offering explicit excursions just to show this bird to experienced birders.

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A Cottage inside Rajaji National Park For Night Stay

The Chilla entryway of the Rajaji National Park is about 8 km from the Haridwar railroad station. Trains are, in this manner, practical choices to arrive at the National Park.

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Room View from Cottages inside Rajaji National Park

Rajaji National Park Forest Rest House Booking

Rajaji National Park has some forest rest houses also but they are hardly available for tourists. They are mainly for is  forest official and wildlife caretakers.

So, better options to stay overnight inside Rajaji National Park is the Resort in the pictures above. This rest house is as similar to a government forest rest house. It’s roof is quite high and during his stay one can feel the immense peace and wild life around.

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Tigers in Rajaji National park now together

Tigers and tigresses sent to Rajaji National Park a year ago from Corbett Tiger Reserve are now seen together. With the coming together of both, now there is a hope of increasing the tiger population in Rajaji National Park.

tigers in Rajaji National Park
tigers in Rajaji National Park

A tiger and a tigress were sent from Corbett last year in the Motichur-Dhaulkhand area of ​​Rajaji National Park. Both had gone in opposite directions and both have now met each other after a year. Both were seen together in the camera trap installed in Rajaji Park. Forest workers are happy about this. Now due to the meeting of both, there has been a possibility of increasing the population of tigers in this area of ​​Rajaji National Park. However, one tiger and two tigresses are yet to be sent from Corbett Park.

Let us inform you that the tiger was sent from Corbett National Park on 23 December 2020 and on 6 January 2021. Corbett Park veterinarian Dr. Dushyant Sharma told that the tigress has come together after a year. It is expected that now the tiger population will increase in this area of ​​Rajaji Park.

People Always ask this question that is their tigers also inside Rajaji national park. but the simple answer of this is year there are very few tigers and tigress inside Rajaji national park and they are hardly visible during jeep safari inside Rajaji national park.


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