Nanda Devi national park Timings, Entry fees, Tour booking

This park is inhabited by Snow leopard, Blue Sheep, Black and Brown bear,
Himalayan musk deer etc This park was established in 1982 and as the UNESCO site in the year 1988. This biosphere stretches over an are of 2237 Sq. Km and is located at an altitude of 7817 mt above the Sea level.

This park is situated around the mount Nandi Devi which is the second Highest peak in India.

Included as the UNESCO biosphere reserve in the year 2004.

It is said that Nanda Devi is an incarnation of Goddess Parvati or Sister of Parvati.

Nanda Devi national park Opening Dates

Opening Dates 1May – 31Oct
Closed Dates 1Nov- 30Apr

National Park Entry Permit

Group Size 5 max
No.of Groups/ day 2
Max No.Of Groups/ week 4
Age Restriction Above 14 years
Tour Guide Mandatory with each Group

Nanda Devi national park Trekking

Trekking Starting Point: Lata Village which is 278 Km from Rishikesh.

Trekking restricted from 1983 to protect biodiversity. Now it is opened with limited entry access.

No.of Days required for Trekking: 5

Entry fees and Best Time to visit

Best Time to visit: May-Oct. As the park remains open for 6 months.

Entry No.of Day Ticket Cost
Indian Adult 3 Rs.50
Non-Indian Adult 3 Rs.150
Additional Day (Indian) 3 Rs.50
Additional day (Non-Indian) 3 Rs.150

Safari

Restricted Trekking activity allowed by Foot with registered Tour Guide.

Advance booking required for the entry pass.

How to reach Nanda Devi national park?

By Air

  1. The nearest airport is at Jolly Grant Dehradun which is 295 Km away.

By Train

  1. The nearest Railway station is at Rishikesh which is 276 Km away.

By Road

  1. Private Taxi available from Dehradun and Rishikesh Stations.

For Nanda Devi national park , Please call @ 93 93 93 9510

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