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Visitor Instruction

Visitor Instructions : -

Welcome to EWCR. Since there is no network connectivity at EWCR, visitors are requested to inform their near & dear ones about the unavailability on mobile. However, important messages could be passed on through EWCR Nos. Weak singles do come and for proper signals you have to ascent some 300 meters.

  1. To go beyond the earmarked area for tourists inside the forest is not advisable and restricted.

  2. Any act detrimental to environment conservation, flora and fauna along with medicinal plants is restricted.

  3. Please do not make noise inside forest and at the camps. Use of mobile phone is restricted.

  4. Do not take any inflammable item that may cause fire incident in forest.

  5. To take weapons inside forest area is strictly prohibited and punishable as provisions in Wild Life Act.

  6. Use of search light in night and at the camping site is prohibited.

  7. Please do not disturb or chase wild animals for better look or an 'ultimate photograph'.

  8. Never come between a parent animal and its kids. It may be fatal in some cases.

  9. To feed wild animals is not allowed.

  10. Do not consume aerated drinks, alcohol, drugs or any other intoxicant and throw bottles in the wild.

  11. The guests are advised not to use pollutants such as detergents, in streams or springs while washing and bathing.

  12. The guests should respect people's privacy while taking photographs. Ask for prior permission before taking a photograph.

  13. Pick your garbage and polythene with you instead of throwing it here and there.

  14. Visitors should not be suffering from any bronchial diseases like asthma, hypertension, hemophilia or epilepsy to take part in the activities conducted and agree to accept any risks and resultant consequences thereof.

  15. Visitors also understand that the consumption of alcohol and / or psychotropic substances are not permitted and agree to be excluded from the event if found guilty.

  16. Visitors are advised to wear camouflaged clothes dark green / brown / black in colour as bright colour may attract animals around and not to use heavy perfumes.

  17. Remember you are guests of the wild animals and birds so respect their privacy.

  18. Maintain an observation diary and note your findings.

  19. Do not attempt to block the passage of a passing animal, particularly tiger, leopard and elephant. It could be fatal.

  20. Co-operate Forest Department in environment conservation activities following Forest Regulations.


Eco-tourism could be broadly defined as making as little environmental impact as possible and helping to sustain the indigenous populace, thereby encouraging the preservation of wildlife and habitats when visiting a place. Responsible Eco-tourism includes programs that minimize the adverse effects of traditional tourism on the natural environment and enhance the cultural integrity of local people.

Whether it's about a nature camp or organizing trekking trips towards the un-spoilt and inaccessible regions, one should always keep in mind not to create any mishap or disturbance in the life cycle of nature. Historical, biological and cultural conservation, preservation, sustainable development etc. are some of the fields closely related to Eco-Tourism. Read More..

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Arrival Rajaji Tiger Reserve. Board your waiting gypsy.

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