Package - Corbett (2 Nights & 3 Days)

Package - Corbett (2 Nights & 3 Days)

Market Price
Rs.5,000
Discount
20%
Destination
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Rs.4,200
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Overview

Corbett has been a haunt for tourists and wildlife lovers for a long time.In recent years the number of people coming here has increased dramatically presently every season more than 70000 visitors come to the park from India & abroad.
General Information :- 
385 - 1100 mtr above mean sea level. Tempratur - minimum 4degree in winter & 35-40degree in summer Getting There - 
By Road 280 Kms & 7 hrs approx. Delhi - Moradabad - kashipur - Ramnagar - Corbett By Rail:- The nearest railhead is Ramnagar
 
Inclusions
Welcome drink on arrival ( Non Alcoholic )
Cookies in the room Stay in Dlx Room/ Cottage on sharing basis.
6 Buffet Meals (2 breakfast, 2 lunch and 2 dinner)
Evening tea with cookies.
Complimentary use of Swimming Pool (SUMMER ONLY).
Bonfire in the evening (Winters only)
Watching Wild life movies in the evening ( once in the stay )
Free use of Games: Table Tennis, Badminton, Cricket, Chess, Carrom etc.
One Half Day Trekking (Forest).
Complimentary Two children up to 05 yrs with parent sharing
All Taxes.
The park has many gates through which one can enter. Some of the main entrance gates are as follows - Amdanda gate, located on the the south-east of the tiger reserve, around 3 kms from Ramnagar. This gate is preferred only for day visits and here tourist have the option for staying at Bijrani and Malani forest reserve homes. 
 
 
The second gate is Dhangarhi gate, located at a distance of 30 kms from Ramnagar. This gate too is on the south-east of the jungle and serve as the entrance for Sultan, Gairal, Sarapduli, Khinnanauli and Dhikala forest rest houses.  
 
Khara Gate is the next options located 20 kms from Ramnagar. The Durgadevi gate is located in the north-east boundary of the park and is the only gate from where elephant safaris are permitted multi times during the day. The Vatanvasa gate (north-west) and the Teria gate are there other two gates from where tourists can enter the national park. 
 
Best Time to Visit  
 
The best time to visit the park is during the months from Mid of November to mid of April. Winter can be very cold and during the monsoons months from mid of June till mid of November, the park remains closed. The Jim Corbett National Park is located at a distance of 19 kms from Ramnagar, 88 kms from Nainital and 263 kms from Delhi. 
 
 
Flora in Corbett National Park
 
The park serves as a natural habitat for a variety of floral attractions. The forested area is filled with Sal forests and khair-sissoo forests. Teaks, eucalyptus, silver oak and bottlebrush. Bamboos and various kinds of shrubs can also be found here. 
 
Fauna in Corbett National Park 
 
The Jim Corbett Wildlife hub is known all over the world for the tiger habitat. Beside, tourists can also sight Indian elephants, leopard, jungle cats, wild boar, jackal, ghoral, sloth bears. The reptile species that can be sighted here includes mugger, gharial, indian rock python, krait and Russell’s vipes. Avian species includes wagtail, kingfisher, jungle babbler, and many others ferocious animals. 
 
Safaris in Corbett National Park
 
Tourists visiting Jim Corbett National Park can enjoy two modes of safaris here - Elephant Safari and Horse safari. 
 
Horse safari is conducted by a private operator (www.corbettriverside.com). Tourists have the option for taking 3 days or 7 days horse safari. They charge Rs 5000 per person per day and accommodation and sightseeing are all included in the charges. 
 
 
 
Elephant Safari too can be enjoyed in Jim Corbett National Park. The charges of Elephant safari (2 hrs) is Rs 200 for Indians and Rs 350 per head for foreigners. Timings for Elephant safari is from 7:30am to 10:30am and 3pm to 5pm during winters and 6: 30 am to 09:30 am and 4pm to 6pm during summers.
 
Other Attractions in Jim Corbett 
 
Besides the safari, there are many other adventure activities that tourists can enjoy inside the national park. Trekking and fishing can be enjoyed while in the Jim Corbett National park. 
Fishing can be enjoyed in the rivers that flow inside the park - Ramganga, Kosi, Mandal and Kothri. Though one is advised to carry their own equipments, rods can be hired at Rs 500 per day per beat. 
 
Trekking too can be enjoyed. Though walking is not allowed inside the park, but tourists can enjoy trekking in the areas around the forest. If planning for a trekking indulgence, it is important that you carry gears and clothing that are suited for the climate. 
 
 
There is a village on the outskirts of Corbett National Park, Chhoti Haldwani (Kaladungi) where the legendry hunter gunned down. The bungalow of Corbett has been converted into a museum. All his personal items that he used when went after man-eaters like his caps, jackets, torches, walking sticks, medical kit and articles used during camping. All details of his hunting expeditions, rare pictures and letters are handle with care and available in Corbett museum.
 
However Mr. Jim Corbett was no longer with us, he was dead more than 50 years ago on 19 April 1955 in Nyeri, Kenya but the villagers of Kumaon division are still keeping the memories of the legend with care. For instance, the ‘chaupal’ (meeting place), which was used by Jim Corbett for meeting with the villagers is still there and the gun that he used for hunting, gifted to his assistant Sher Singh Negi before leaving for Kenya, now a day that gun is with Trilok Singh Negi who is son so Sher Singh Negi, is a proud possession of the villagers and is displayed before visitors.
 

 

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