Experience one of the most popular Tiger Reserves of India - The Jim Corbett National Park sprawled over approx. 1200 Sq. Kms of dense Bio-diverse Forest rich in Flora and Fauna. A delight for photographers because of it’s beautiful landscapes, riverine eco-systems, wild life which includes the Himalayan Black Bear, Wild Boar, Leopard, Gharial (Crocodile), Elephants, Spotted Deer, Barking Deer, about 500 species of birds which makes it a favourite destination for Bird Watching and the list is endless.
Its proximity to Delhi makes Corbett Park a must-visit destination for residents and guests tempted to break away from the regular Golden Triangle of Delhi, Jaipur & Agra. Although the park has several Holiday Resorts / Hotels of various budgets outside the park but the charm of visiting Corbett is felt only when you are able to stay at the Forest Rest House at Dhikala and other forest rest houses inside the park. If you thought that wild life safaris was the only activity at Corbett then please note that the Riverine Eco-system of the River Ramganga is a haven for Anglers with the Mahseer and the Carp and the Goonch once in a while attacking the spinners and spoons. All this plus some add-ons like Rock Climbing, Rappelling, River Crossing, Day Treks make Corbett one of the most complete wildlife and nature friendly experiences just 5 Hours drive from Delhi.
Things that you might experience:
Spotting a Tiger / Leopard or at least hearing the Roar of the Majestic cat or if really unlucky then spotting the pug marks on the jungle trail.
You would definitely sight some spotted deer, barking deer, langoor etc.
Drive through the rough and dusty forest roads of the grasslands, cross river beds on 4WD open jeeps.
Photographers would be able to get some wonderful shots for their collection. Do not forget to carry your Binoculars.
Bird Watchers can handsomely add to their list.
Head off for a Guided Nature / Forest Walk with Naturalists.
Climb on to Elephant Backs for a stealthy stroll and peep into the neighbouring forests
Encounters with may be a band of monkeys or a vast herd (80-100 strong) of wild elephants
Experience the thrill in catching and then releasing the mighty Mahseer, one of the most aggressive sport fish.
There is so much more but…………
..Just the feel the greens and enjoy the experience of living in the wild.