Jeep / Elephant Safari Booking – Gorumara National Park

Gorumara National Park Online Safari Booking

Gorumara National Park boasts a rich history dating back to the early 1890s when it served as a reserve forest primarily for timber extraction purposes. However, as deforestation threatened the local ecosystem, the area was declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1949, aimed at safeguarding the diverse wildlife species residing within its borders. Initially established to protect the endangered Indian rhinoceros from rampant hunting, the sanctuary underwent expansion in the 1980s to encompass a broader array of wildlife species. Subsequently, in 1992, it attained the status of a national park. Derived from the local term “Goroom,” meaning “the land of high hills,” Gorumara National Park sits at the foothills of the Himalayas, providing a habitat for numerous indigenous tribes such as the Munda, Oraon, and Toto communities. Over the years, the park has played a pivotal role in conservation efforts, successfully reintroducing the Indian rhinoceros population to the area. It also shelters other endangered species including the Asian elephant and Indian bison. In recent times, the park has emerged as a prominent destination for ecotourism, with concerted efforts directed towards promoting sustainable tourism practices. Notably, Gorumara National Park contributes significantly to the conservation of the Eastern Himalayan biodiversity hotspot. Moreover, the park’s evolution has generated employment opportunities within surrounding rural settlements, particularly through eco-tourism initiatives, forest department engagement, and related endeavors.

Gorumara National Park Online Safari Booking

Jeep / Car Safari Price & Safari Zones

Park will be closed on every Thursday for Safari ride | If you wish to book elephant safari please give us a call @ 9088694714
Lataguri NIC / Murti SafariINR 4000 / – Jeep ( Maximum 6 Persons & 2 children (b/w – 1 to 5 years) are allowed in ONE Jeep)
Watch Tower SafariINR 4800 / – Seat ( Maximum 6 Persons & 2 children (b/w – 0 to 5 years) are allowed in ONE Jeep )
ZonesStart Point: Lataguri NIC ( For Medla ) | End Point: Lataguri NIC | Route Details : To Medla & Back
Start Point : Murti | End Point: Chapramari WT | Route Details : Murti- Chapramari Watch Tower
Start Point : Murti | End Point: Jatraprasd Watch Tower | Route Details : Murti forest Beat (Opposite Banani, WBFDCL)
Start Point : Murti | End Point: Chukchuki | Route Details : Murti to Chukchuki and back
Timings06:30 AM – 08.00 AM | 9.00 AM- 10.30 AM | 1.00 PM-2.30 PM | 3.30 PM-5.00 PM (Safari Timing Varies as Season Changes)
InclusionsPermission of Gorumara , Jeep, Driver, Permit and Guide Fee & Taxes.
* Pick & drop is not included from hotels.



safari experiences are accompanied by seasoned guides and forest guards who offer invaluable insights into the park’s diverse flora and fauna. The scheduling and availability of safaris may vary depending on seasonal and weather conditions, thus it’s advisable to verify with park authorities prior to booking.

Jeep Safari: Offering a popular means of park exploration, the Jeep safari enables visitors to traverse deeper into the forest compared to elephant safaris. These safaris occur twice daily, once in the morning and again in the afternoon, with a duration of approximately 1.5 to 2 hours.

Elephant Safari: Limited in availability, the Elephant Safari at Gorumara National Park begins and concludes at the Dhupjhora Elephant Camp. With three slots offered—two in the morning and one in the evening—participants embark on a journey through the park’s dense forests, crossing the Jaldhaka River. Each ride accommodates a maximum of two individuals along with a mahout.

Watchtowers: The Park has several watchtowers that offer stunning views of the park and its wildlife. These watch towers can be reached by jeep safari in Gorumara National Park. The popular watchtowers are -Chukchuk Watch, Chandrachur Watch Tower, Jatraprasad Watch Tower, Chapramari Watch Tower, Medla Watch Tower.

Birds Watching: The Park is home to over 200 species of birds, making it a paradise for birdwatchers. The dense forest of Gorumara houses various species of avifauna in abundance. The forest is ideal for bird watchers and photographers to spot and capture pictures of rare species of birds. Gorumara is also the abode of migratory birds.

Trekking: Trekking opportunities Gorumara National Park in Lataguri leads to Jayanti Mahakkal Caves, Near the Buxa Tiger Reserve.


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