An area of 800 km2 the Rajaji National Park was formed by the junction of three sanctuaries: Chilla, Rajaji and Motichur. There are about 21 tigers in this vast area and a large population of leopards in the upper regions of the park. It is usually easier to spot the leopard in areas such as Chilla. The Tigers are difficult to identify because of the dense cover, which is located in the central areas of the Park, which are not open to tourists. Chilla, which is the area open to tourists, is probably the best place to see wildlife. It is also very scenic as it offers a view of the Ganges and the Himalayas in the north, with a large water tank for the birds. It is located close to the religious center of Haridwar at about 20 km to Rishikesh. Watchtowers are located above the water holes and taking a motorable areas around the park where wildlife can be observed. Herds of spotted deer are easy to spot. Other animals can be spotted in the wildlife sanctuary are wild boar, Sambhar deer, the langur gray, red monkey, barking deer, peacocks, quail, hornbills, hawks, falcons, vultures and other birds of prey.
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