In Nainital District, just 60 km away is Corbett National Park which is aptly called the land of roar, trumpet, and songs. (120 km) away set on the banks of the mighty Ram Ganga river is regarded as the heaven for Tigers as well as its prey including varieties of Deers, wild boars, and other lesser-known animals. If you want to track leopards then you can locate them in the hilly part of the Park. Elephants are one of the main attractions of the Corbett National Park. In the southern part of the Park, you can spot the Dole or Wild Dogs and Jackals. The Langurs can be spotted all over the Park. book Jeep Safari tour in Corbett National Park.
The green lush landscape of Jim Corbett National Park makes it a refreshing getaway and an excellent place to experience Jungle Safari.
Corbett National Park Records The World’s Largest Population of Tigers.
Wild Life Safari (Jeep Safari / Elephant Safari / Horse Safari) You can enjoy with a variety of Wildlife Safaris available at your disposal to explore this wonderful natural habitat. This includes Jeep Safari, Elephant Safari, Horse Safari and Bird Safari. Jeep Safari is the most convenient way to travel within the Corbett National Park can be very useful for Tiger tracking. You can also spot fish-eating Gharials and Marsh Crocodiles on the way. Wildlife enthusiasts can also choose the option of Elephant Safari for tracking Tigers. Following international appeal to save the world’s most magnificent beasts, Project Tiger was launched with the help of World Wildlife Fund on April 1st, 1973, making the Corbett National Park a heaven for the Tigers.
Timing of Safari in Corbett National Park
Morning – 6 A.M. to 10 A.M.
Evening – 2 P.M. to 6 P.M.
Please Note:- There are only TWO safaris that can be taken in a day
Please Note:- For Safari Entry is restricted ONLY to Petrol vehicles only. No Diesel
Jeep Safari In Corbett National Park:-
The jeep safari allows the wildlife enthusiast to cover large distances in the jungle in a short span of time, allowing tourists, wildlife lovers, and photographers to cover large tracts of the park in a day. Open jeep roofs allow for a good 360 degrees view of the wild jungle around, while the vehicle also provides ample security to the animal watchers.
Wildlife: The park embraces the picturesque broad flat valley consisting of vast Savannah and surrounded by hills drained by small rivers. Savannah woodland, bamboo brakes dry deciduous forests and Sissu-Khair forests provide a variety of vegetation and consequently habitats for different species of wildlife. The Ramganga river Elephant Herd In Corbet meandering its way through the park with some deep pools and foaming rapids forms the main water source. Good size patches of thick elephant grass growing along the river banks and moist localities provide ideal shelter to the tiger. The forests in the park mainly consist of Shisham, Sal & Chir.