Rajaji National Park
Rajaji is where the action is. In the lap of Nature at its raw best and where the law of the jungle prevails. Predators prowl the wild pathways, the deer call for help, birds shriek in the skies and reptiles slither across the earth. And lording all of them is the mighty Indian Elephant.
Spread over Pauri Garhwal, Dehradun and Saharanpur districts of Uttarakhand, the Rajaji National Park is covered with diverse forest types ranging from semi-evergreen and deciduous and from mixed broad leaved to terai grasslands. The 820 sq kms of Rajaji is also blessed with the river Ganges which flows through the park for 24 kilometers, besides innumerable streams and wild brooks.
This rich habitat is home to over 500 elephants, 12 tigers and 250 panthers which are supported by a healthy prey base including spotted deer, sambhar, wild boar, barking deer, goral and bears. In fact, the park is central to the conservation drive to protect elephants in India – Project Elephant.
What’s more, Rajaji is also the first staging ground for migratory birds which make the long haul across the mighty Himalayas into the Indian subcontinent.
All this makes Rajaji the ideal retreat for all the excitement and exhilaration of bonding with an exciting set of fellow Jungli CEOs.