Wildlife Safari , Corbett National Park
India, Uttarakhand

Info : Wildlife Safari

Corbett National Park, once the nobility’s favoured northern hunting ground, is nestled between the Himalayan foothills and the ancient Shivalik Hills, and was the first reserve to be established in 1936 as a national park. It is a green and lush region which extends over 1,300sq km, and is made up of grassland and forests. The Ramganga River bisects the forest and forms a reservoir at its centre. The park protects wild elephants, tigers and sloth bears, nearly 600 domestic and transitory birds, and remarkably rare reptiles.

Your jeep safari will take you deep into Corbett National Park, to discover the wildlife the park has to offer. Aside from your trek, you can explore on foot around with the buffer zone and visit to the "Jim Corbett Heritage Trail."

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Walking in the Himalayan foothills at Daramshala, breathtaking views over to the lowlands to the south and the never ending peaks to the north. Simply stunning!

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