Jim Corbett Tour

Durations :- 3 Nights / 4 Days
Destinations :- Delhi - Corbett National Park

The Corbett Tiger Reserve is the best place to catch some of the best views of the magnificent predator. Summer is the best time to watch them when they flock to the water edges. Other than tigers, different species of deer can be seen in the reserve. The Sloth Bear, Himalayan Black Bear, Jackal, Indian Grey Mongoose, Common Otter, Porcupine, are the other wildlife species found in the park. An interesting way to explore the grasslands would be on the elephant, with the mahout (elephant rider) helping you explore the park to the fullest. Other than animals, there are over 580 species of birds and various reptiles, including the long-nosed crocodile, and a few species of turtles and tortoises. The Indian python and viper, along with the king cobra can also be spotted in the park. If you are looking to explore the park more conveniently, hire a jeep from Ramnagar. Get the services of a tour guide, who is adept at recognizing warning notes from other animals and knowing the habits of animals. You must merge as much as you can with the natural surroundings.

Day - 1 : Delhi - Corbett National Park

A long drive initiating from Delhi to Corbett National Park, will take nearly 6 hours on the road early in the pleasant morning session. We arrive at the campsite by noon, latest. After devouring lunch, we drive on for Dhangarhi gate for entry to the Dhikala Tourism area. This visit is followed by dropping anchorage at the all important interpretation center. Once the destination of our choice is reached, then one can choose to be enthralled by a Jeep safari deep cutting through the dense and sylvan thickets of Jim Corbett Park. The Safari trip will also enable you to embark on a lower jungle track along the treacherous Ramganga river, escorted by an expert guide. The group will cross the river at the Gethia Rao bridge for all to be headed for the Kanda Range, where Jim Corbett famously terminated the notorious Kanda man-eater. Arrival takes place at the main tourist complex, Dhikala to be followed by a checking in of the tourists. Relaxation can be the staple of the next session, with the interlude culminating in passionate indulgence in a wildlife photography session. Dinner and overnight stay, follow suit once darkness envelops all and sundry.

Day - 2: Corbett National Park

An early morning Elephant safari happens to the next day's kicking off engagement through the open and expansive grasslands and dense forests on a secret and well preserved route. Elephant safari is the best modus operandi for wildlife viewing in the Corbet National Park. One can return back to the hotel complex for breakfast and then again drive by jeep to the scenic lake area to catch the spectacle of Marsh crocodiles relishing in a strongly out sun. Jhirnajhali can be the next destination for savoring the famous long hosed Gharial -the fish eating crocodile. One can return to have lunch and a well earned rest or choose to spend the afternoon on a watchtower holding sway over a nearby waterhole. Take an exciting and adrenaline pumping drive through the memorable and adventure inducing Khinanauli range to get hold of the most charming and natural wildlife spectacles and tigers in Jim Corbett. Then one has to return to the tourist complex in the evening. The night can be deftly utilized to entertain one self with entertaining movie shows.

Day - 3: Corbett National Park

After arriving at the camp in the Corbet park one can launch oneself into an afternoon jeep safari to Bijrani for tiger watching which is by no means is a mean task to be accomplished in the wild environs of the park. All this activity is followed by an overnight stay in the sylvan resort.

Day - 4: Corbett National Park / Delhi

One can drive towards Bhuvankhal in the morning to be regaled by the mesmerizing sunrise and the snow covered peaks of the central Himalayas. This experience is followed by a journey back to the campsite for lunch.