Jeep Safari in Uttarakhand

Uttarakhand Jeep Safari Packages

Duration Price
Rajaji National Park Safari from Dehradun5 hours
INR 5,500

Our very own little piece of heaven on earth, surrounded by the Himalayan range and sharing the border with the two countries of Nepal and China, it is famously known for being a Hindu pilgrimage site. With wonderful interconnected off beaten paths and beautiful inroads in and around the valleys, mountains and rivers, the adventure lovers can now enjoy this beautiful haven by taking a jeep safari tour in Uttarakhand. With the River Ganges flowing through it, Rishikesh, the major center for yoga, meditation and spirituality, beckons millions of visitors for a pilgrimage and now it is visited by thousands of tourists from abroad ever since it became popularized by Beatles’ visit in 1968.


With newfound love for spirituality by the Western world, people started visiting this holy place seeking solace, peace and finding oneself. But that’s not all that this beautiful place has to offer. By taking a jeep safari in Uttarakhand, the travelers can now marvel at the exotic beauty that this place has to offer up close and personal and discover the adventure and thrill the place has to offer and its wilderness in all its glory. There is the very famous Jim Corbett National park which is one of the biggest and oldest national parks in the country and which shelters the once almost on the verge of extinction- Royal Bengal Tigers.


You can stay at the Jungle Lodges of their famed Naina Devi Himalayan Bird Conservation Reserve or the Rajaji National Park and be one with nature and see the wildlife in its natural glory. Then there are these beautiful resorts nestled around the Jim Corbett and the Lansdowne area, one of their beatific hill stations. You can camp out at night besides the river stream and witness the sun, moon, stars and all the heavenly bodies mark their territory in the sky. There is just so much to do that you may have to plan your itinerary based on your interest.

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