Established in 1936 by hunter turned conservationist Jim Corbett, Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand has the distinction of being the first national park in India. The lush forests of Corbett are home to one of the most sought-after mammal species - the Royal Bengal Tigers. Besides Tigers, Corbett also plays host to Asiatic Elephant, Gaur, Sambar, Chital, Golden Jackal, and over 600 species of resident and migratory birds. Our naturalist guides will accompany you on the safaris to the park and help you find your target species to ensure a memorable experience for you.
Monsoon brings out the best of the untamed wilderness of Corbett National Park untamed wilderness. If you love spending time in nature, then a monsoon visit to Corbett is the perfect holiday for you. Not only do you get the amazing chance to see Bengal Tigers, Asiatic Elephants, and more, along with some great birdwatching, but also have the opportunity to reconnect with nature. Whether you visit with family, opt for a nature-centric workation, or are hardcore wildlife, Corbett has something special for you!
Meals: Lunch and Dinner
Accommodation: Tiger Camp or similar
Arrive in Delhi and drive to Corbett National Park (6 hrs drive). Corbett National Park is a forested wildlife sanctuary in Uttarakhand, that is rich in flora and fauna, and is known for its Tigers, Asian Elephants, and many more animals and birds. Upon arrival, check in at the resort. After lunch, go for a jeep safari to explore the habitats that support an amazing population of elephants in the western Himalayas. In the summer, Asian Elephants can be seen in herds of several hundred. Return to the resort in the evening.
Dinner and overnight stay.
Key Species: Royal Bengal Tigers, Indian Elephant, Yellow-throated Martens, Indian Muntjac, Indian Paradise Flycatcher (S), Crested Kingfisher (R), Himalayan Bulbul (R), Tawny Fish Owl (R), Great Hornbill (R), Changeable Hawk Eagle (R)
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Accommodation: Tiger Camp or Similar
The early morning start is the best time for animal and bird sightings, so you will head for a jungle safari. If possible, do have a quick friendly chat with your jeep driver and forest guide about elephants, tigers, and the forest in general. Their knowledge of the area is immense and unmatched. Return to the resort for breakfast.
Relax for a while and, after lunch, you have the evening free for local sightseeing on your own, or have a fruitful and enlightening discussion about conservation in the area with your tour leader and guide.
Dinner and overnight stay.
Key Species: Northern Goshawk (R), Red Jungle Fowl(R), Great hornbill (R), Himalayan Woodpecker (R), Rosefinch (R), Great Barbet (R), Spot-bellied Eagle Owl (R), Collared scops Owl (R), Blue Whistling thrush (R), Yellow-browed fantail (R), Steppe Eagle (R), Himalayan Griffon (R), Collared falconet (W), Crested Kingfisher (R)
After breakfast, check out from the resort and drive back to Delhi. Tour ends.
- Rich wildlife for photography
- Spectacular views of Himalayan foothills
- Kumaoni delicacies
- Quaint lodges
- Glimpse of beautiful Kumaoni lifestyle
- Accommodation on twin sharing basis in the hotels Meals as per the itinerary
- 02 Wildlife safari Permits and entry fee | All surface transfers by a private vehicle
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