What's common between a cricket test match, an intensely smoky single malt and Corbett National Park? Plenty actually - they can all test your patience, are acquired tastes and even so are strangely favored by the 'connoisseurs'.Though named after the legendary hunter turned conservationist Jim Corbett, strangely enough only one of the maneater tigers he shot, the Mohan Maneater, was from these forests. Blessed with gorgeous landscape including forests, rivers and hills outside the park, Corbett as a destination today is far bigger than the national park itself. Thanks to its proximity to Delhi & its natural beauty, tourists coming to Corbett are not limited to real wildlife lovers only, and there is a range of fun and adventure activities that can be enjoyed.Corbett is the only major tiger reserve to offer accommodation in forest rest houses inside the park. If you are not looking for luxury, staying inside is a great experience for wildlife and nature lovers. However, the number of rooms is very limited and they get sold out like hot cakes. The majority of visitors stay in resorts outside the park.Sightings of wildlife, including the tiger, are often more difficult here than in some other national parks - yet for any true wildlife lover who visits, it sooner or later becomes an addiction. So what makes it so special? Well, there's the stunning landscape, nestled between the Himalayan foothills and the Shivaliks, that is somehow more 'wild' than in most other parks. This wildness seems to rub off on the inhabitants of this paradise as well, with Corbett tigers and other wildlife still largely retaining their natural shyness of humans.
Check in: 21 Mar Check Out: 23 Mar
- All Transport in one vehicle (Toyota Innova or Mahindra Xylo - 4-5 people in each).
- Accommodation for all nights on twin/double sharing basis.
- 2 meals on each day (breakfast and dinner) at the hotel.