Jim Corbett with Nainital Tour


Delhi- Corbett – Delhi

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  • Elephant Safari
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Corbett with Nainital Tour

Tucked within the state of Uttarakhand is that this natural heaven, that was established in 1936, Jim Corbett National Park. It had been then referred to as the Hailey parkland and was established with the aim of saving the vulnerable Panthers, tigers. Jim Corbett could be a nice weekend getaway from city. It’s a straightforward half dozen hours ride from the town and into the woods. Jim Corbett could be a lovely vacation place with lush inexperienced environment and a peaceful setting aloof from the town affairs. Bound areas of the park are receptive guests, whereas others are protected and have zero public interference. If one likes to be amidst nature, then this is often a good spot to go to on a protracted weekend.

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  1. Day 01 DELHI / CORBETT NATIONAL PARK (300 km, approx. 6 hours)

    Transfer to Corbett National Park which covers a total area of 500 square kilometers and extends along the banks of the Ramganga River, on the slopes of the majestic Himalayan range. Founded in 1936 with the name of "Hailey National Park" and subsequently became a hunting ground for the British, it was definitively named after Jim Corbett, legendary hunter, writer, and photographer who had a fundamental role in its constitution and organization for his maintenance. A splendid, intact and wild environment with its prairies and forests of sal and broad-leaved trees, which is why it was the first park in the country and the first natural reserve of the "tiger project". Created by the government in 1973, the program was intuitive to preserve the Indian national animal, the true protagonist of its wildlife, one of the most fascinating but at the same time also among the most vulnerable: habitat destruction and indiscriminate hunting. not only to skins and trophies but also to the preparation of questionable "miraculous" potions that made bones and organs very palatable, up until recently they were seriously threatening their survival, but, thanks to the success of the protection plan, many national parks they managed to preserve the big cat.

    From the initial 9 pilot parks it has grown to 29 in the space of a few years, with an area of 38,620 square kilometers, equal to 1.7% of the total Indian area. Among these, Corbett National Park which, thanks to its beauty and perfect state of conservation, offers an unforgettable experience to all lovers of nature, adventure and photography, is the best example of this, currently hosting the largest number of tigers. Of the territory. Accommodation in the comfortable lodge on the banks of the Kosi River and the first landing safari inside the park: this is the ideal environment for observing 557 types of birds - eagles, gigantic kingfisher, Himalayan bulbul, Indian robins, woodpeckers, wall men, hawks, buzzards, peacocks-elephants, macaques, otters, mongooses, jackals, deer and 25 reptiles.

    Obviously without forgetting the queen, the mighty tiger that will be possible to see with a pinch of good luck. Dinner and overnight at the lodge.


    Full day dedicated to safaris and walks in this piece of India, not surprisingly called by Mark Twin "the land of wonders": arrived at the destination in 1896, he described "Nothing has been left out by man and nature to make India the most extraordinary land that the sun traverses in its voyage," the author writes.”.

    And the nature of India is truly an extraordinary universe and no less spectacular is this park where you can travel by jeep and on the back of an elephant, a detail that makes the adventure much more exciting. Not only the fauna but also the flora is amazing here: 110 different species of trees, 51 of shrubs and 33 of bamboo have been catalogued. Under the banner of unusual sightings, the day passes by many quickly.


    After breakfast early in the morning a last elephant safari before returning to Delhi and subsequent transfer to the airport in time for the flight to reach the next destination.

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