Gangotri national park Timings, Entry fees, Tour booking

This area was declared as the National park in 1989 with an area of 1553 Sq.Km.

This park is inhabited by Snow Leopard, Himalayan Thar, Black Bear, Brown Bear, Tiger, Impeyan Pheasant, blue sheep etc.

This park connects Kedarnath National Park and Govind National Park.

It is estimated that 15+ mammals and 150+ bird species were found in this park.

Opening Dates 16Apr – 14Nov
Closing Dates 15Nov- 15Apr

Gangotri national park Areas

Trekking Area Entry Allowed Tour operator
Gomukh 2 days Optional
Tapovan 3 days Mandatory
Nandanvan 3 days Mandatory
Sundervan 3 days Mandatory
Basu Ki Taal 3 days Mandatory
Raktvan 3 days Mandatory
Kedartaal 3 days Mandatory

Daily 150 members will be allowed inside the park.

Gangotri National Park Entry fees

  Indian Non-Indian
Entry fees for 3 days Rs.150 Rs.600
Extra day Rs.50 Rs.250
Still Camera (Non-Commercial) No Fee No Fee
Videography (Non-Commercial) No Fee No Fee
Still Camera (Commercial) Rs.500 Rs.1500
Video Camera (Commerical) Rs.500 Rs.1500

Instructions and Charges

  1. No fees are applicable for under 5 years.
  2. Indian Students with Valid Id card between 5 – 18 years will be charged with 1/4th ticket cost
  3. Charges remain the same for SAARC Countries.

Gangotri National Park Tent Charges

  Indian Non-Indian
Small Tent for 2 person Rs.50 Rs.100
Medium Tent for 4 members Rs.100 Rs.200
Kitchen Tent Rs.100 Rs.200
Tent Pitching Rs.50 Rs.100

Tent Pitching allowed at specific location. 10-15 Small tents will be allowed.

How to reach Gangotri national park?

By Air

  1. The nearest airport is at Dehradun which is 220 Km away.

By Train

  1. The nearest Railway station is at Dehradun which is 210 Km away.

By Road

  1. The nearest Bus station is at Dehradun.
  2. Private Taxis are available from Dehradun station.

For Gangotri national park details, Please call @ 93 93 93 9510

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