The Jim Corbett National Park in Nainital, Uttarakhand is the oldest national park in India. A popular ecotourism destination of India, this region boasts a variety of flora and fauna. It was established to protect the endangered Bengal tiger that became one of the key highlights of the park. Jeep Safari through the interiors of the jungle is the best way to get a close encounter with the wildlife. Sitting atop an open jeep, the wind blowing on the face, you will get to hear animal callings and sightings. Kalagarh Dam, located towards the south-west is the place to go for a bird watching tour, plenty of migratory waterfowl are spotted here. Corbett Falls is another attraction at a distance of 25 km from Ramnagar. There is also Garjiya Devi Temple on the bank of river Kosi, amidst the hilly terrains of Uttarakhand.
Whether you are an avid birdwatcher or a wildlife enthusiast, Corbett will let you be an explorer of both. Here you will feel the fresh air of nature and observe the wild in its very home. You may see a herd of elephants taking a stroll or a tiger looking for its next hunt. The sunrise and sunset are beautiful with sun rays filtered by the leaves.
You can experience all this and more on your Corbett tour, explore the best Corbett itineraries and do not forget to do the famous Corbett Safari - it’s an experience of a lifetime.