Junglee Camp Rajaji Park
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Junglee Camp Rajaji Park is perched in the beautiful Shivalik Range of the Great Himalayas near Rishikesh (approx 21 kms). Being the simply rare Wild Camp in deep forest of Rajaji National Park , Junglee camp provides extreme feel of nature and wild and isolation and quite & calm atmosphere of forest makes it tremendously gorgeous to real wildlife lovers.
How to Reach Junglee Camp ( See Video )
The 9 Kms jungle drive up to the Junglee Camps is very attractive and gives perfect feeling of Jungle safari where you can spot any animal including Wild Elephant, Leopard and off course The Tiger . Though all vehicles can reach Junglee camp but as road is wild and rough it is suggested to go on SUV or Gypsy provided by us , We have option for parking of your vehicle in village Kaudiya which is located at entry point of forest, Our Gypsy will pick you from Kaudiya to Camp and will drop after stay.
One has to be alert to spot wildlife and one can see animals like Tiger, Leopard, Himalayan black bears, wild elephants, spotted deer , antelopes , Sambar Etc. The region where Junglee Camp is located has the maximum population density of leopards , mountain goat and Ghoral are also found in region .
Group Package Cost : Rs. 1600 Per
Person Per Night
Pick up & Drop by Open Gypsy (10 Kms ), Night Stay in camps with
attached washroom & electricity, All Meals , Evening bonfire with veg
snacks , Trekking, Games Etc.
Junglee Camp Rajaji National Park
At Junglee Camp we have 7 Tents for accommodation where we have Three big tents where two camps are air conditioned , Big tents have size of 12 feet / 15 feet and have attached toilets with running hot & cold water.
Dining provisions at Junglee Camp are made in hut style near kitchen and have sitting arrangements with table and meals could be provided in buffet style too, One can enjoy dinner while listening sounds of wild animals, Bonfire area is made in centre of camp , one can enjoy snacks while having bonfire, Junglee camp serves Veg & Non Veg, Indian , Chinese & continental food of prior information, Camp has direct supply of mineral water from natural water spring, We filter this water by candle filters before providing it for drinking. otherwise bottled water is procured for drinking and food preparation purposes. ample supply of bottled drinking water is also maintained at the camp.
Junglee Camp Rajaji National Park is easily accessible by road, rail and air. It is located very near to National Capital Delhi and is just 225 Kms from Delhi.
Road distances to Junglee Camp Rajaji Park :
Delhi- 225 km| Haridwar 25 km |Rishikesh 21 km |Jolly Grant Airport 32 km |Dehradun 58 km |Mussoorie - 90 km | Jim Corbett National Park - 245 km | Chandigarh 243 KM
From Delhi it is a easy five hours drive through Meerut-Muzaffar Nagar-Roorkee-Haridwar-Chila-Kaudiya-Bukandi ( Junglee Camp ).
The last stretch ( 9 Kms )of drive is rough and is is dense forested a dirt track and guests are recommended to reach camp well before sunset.
Fauna of Rajaji Tiger Reserve & Rajaji
|Tiger : Panthera
tigris tigris Which is known as Royal Bengal Tiger are
increasing at Rajaji National Park as Rajaji Park is
connected with Jim Corbett National Park and Tigers are
coming to Rajaji while finding new suitable territory ,
Rajaji National Park which is about to declared as Rajaji
Tiger Reserve has 32 Tigers according to camera traps , It
was said by Chief Wildlife Warden of Uttarakhand on world
Forestry Day , He Said Rajaji National Park has richest
density of Sambar deer which is favorite prey of Tiger and
who's alarm is known as " Call " and a surity of a Tiger.
||Wild Elephant :The
Asiatic Elephants who's zoological name is Elephas maximus ,
Asiatic Elephant is only living species of the genus "
Elephas ", Rajaji National Park has highest population of
Wild Elephants in whole Uttarakhand, There are 411 Wild
Elephants in Rajaji National Park.
|Leopard : Panthera
pardus is one of the big cats of genus Panthera, Leopard is
known as cleaver & has opportunistic hunting behavior, There
are many Leopards in Rajaji National Park but approx 20
Leopard's movement is in near by areas of Junglee Camp.
||Sloth Bear: who's
zoological name is Melursus ursinus , Rajaji National Park
is home for sloth bear and this nocturnal insectivorous
loves to eat termite , honeybee & honey , fruits
|Striped hyena :
Who's zoological name is Hyena hyena and known as near
threatened species by the IUCN , Striped Hyena is seen at
Rajaji National Park very rarely and is a monogamous animal
, Striped Hyena is nocturnal animal and comes in open after
dark and returns to deep forests before sunrise.
||Goral : who's
zoological name is Nemor haedus , these are mixture of Goat
& antelope, We can see Himalayan Goral at Rajaji National
Park , One can find Goral at hill side or on rocky forests
where Goral could be seen hunting salts from mountain rocks,
Goral is quite different from Goat & sheep as female Goral
has four functional teats as Goat & sheep have two
|Sambar : Who's
zoological name is Rusa unicolor has very dense population
at Rajaji National Park , Sambar is a large deer and
favorite prey of tiger , Sambar is known as hardy animal and
loves to live in dense forests and wood lands , Tiger's 60 %
hunting target is Sambar and It makes a call to alert other
animals after noticing Tiger presence and it keeps calling
and keep a watch on tiger , on other hand tiger can mimic
sambar call and attack on sambar.
||Cheetal : Chital
who's zoological name is Axis axis , Commonly known as
Spotted Deer is found in large quantity at Rajaji National
Park , Cheetal is found in herds and grasslands are favorite
areas of Spotted Deer. This is most beautiful deer among all
antelopes, Chitals are dependents on grass and shrubs and
like stay in dense forests, Chital can run at speed of 65
kms per hour.
|Jungle Cat : Who's
zoological name is Felis chaus and its a solitary animal
which is medium sized , these jungle cats take shelter at
tree holes, burrows or dense vegetations, These jungle cats
show same behavior like tiger about marking territory by
||Barking Deer :
Who's zoological name is Muntiacus muntjak , and also known
as Indian muntjac , As name suggests these deer make sound
when they see a predator similar to Dog Bark that's why
people call it Barking deer, these deer are omnivores and
eat grass , bushes , leaves and eggs of birds, at Rajaji
National Park these deer are called Kakar in local language.
|Jackal : ( Indian
Jackal ) who's zoological name is Canis aureus indicus , is
widely spread in Rajaji National Park and generally has
black & white fur , Generally jackals are living in packs ,
it helps them to kill deer or antelopes, some times some
jackals are thrown away from packs , in that case single
jackal attach themselves with some particular tigers and
stay in safe distance and survive on remains of tiger kill.
||Wild Boar : Who's
zoological name is Sus scrofa is also known as wild pig , is
found in large numbers at Rajaji National Park and least
concern by IUCN, Tiger , Wolf , Leopards are main predators
of wild Boar, Typically wild boars are living in sounders
who are female dominated, adults are solitary , Adults males