Duration : 02 Nights / 03 Days
Destination : Delhi – Jim Corbett National Park - Delhi
Ramnagar, with attractions like Jim Corbett National Park, Corbett Museum and Corbett Waterfalls, is a place that is visited by hordes of nature enthusiasts, avid photographers and adventure seekers. Best known for the conservation of Bengal tigers, Jim Corbett National Park is a home to various species of mammals and invertebrates. Natural beauty can be seen here in the form of sparkling water bodies, lush green fields and lofty hills. To soak in all the treasures of this place, one visit is simply not enough and thus, many come back year after year.
Visit the famous Corbett Waterfalls and Corbett Museum Go on a Jeep safari in Jim Corbett National Park Enjoy nature and wildlife photography
Day 01 : Arrive in Delhi | Drive to Jim Corbett National Park (272 km/approx. 7 hours)
After arrival in Ramnagar from Delhi by train or taxi, check-in at the hotel and rest for a while. Thereafter, visit Corbett Fall and Corbett Museum if time permits. Located at an elevation of about 60 feet, Corbett Waterfalls have a lustrous forest in the backdrop. The area surrounding this waterfall is most suitable for camping and picnics. On the other hand, Corbett Museum, which is the place where Jim Corbett – an eminent conservationist and naturalist stayed for sometime. Many of his belongings like fishing net, cap, books and gun are displayed here. Enjoy a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 02 : Jeep Safari in Jim Corbett National ParkMeals
Early in the morning, board the Jeep waiting for you outside the hotel and head towards the enchanting Corbett National Park. Nestled in Nainital and Pauri Garhwal districts of the state of Uttarakhand, this park was established in the year 1936 as Hailey National Park. In the year 1957, it was renamed as Jim Corbett National Park after Jim Corbett. This park boasts of being the oldest national park in India and is renowned for its rich biodiversity. Together with the adjoining Sonanadi Wildlife Sanctuary and Reserve Forest areas, this park forms one of the world's largest Tiger Reserve, spread across 1288 sq km.
Approximately 73% of park area is covered with dense moist deciduous forest, consisting mainly of sal, pipal, rohini and mango trees. This is a natural abode of Bengal tigers. Other than tigers, 50 species of mammals, 25 reptile species and 580 bird species can also be seen here. Some other species of animals that can spotted here include jungle cat, elephant, barking deer, hog deer, chital, Himalayan black bear, yellow-throated marten and langur.
After safari, return to the hotel and relish a delicious breakfast. You can spend the rest of the day at leisure, resting in the hotel room or enjoying a leisure walk in the green surroundings.
Have your dinner and stay overnight at the hotel.
Day 03 : Drive from Jim Corbett National Park to Delhi (280 km/approx. 7 hours)
Depart from Delhi : In the morning, enjoy a sumptuous breakfast and head towards Delhi for your onward journey. Tour Ends.
(Tour Services Ends)
Hotel accommodation as per the itinerary. Meal as per hotel plan All transfers and sightseeing as per the itinerary in an air-conditioned vehicle All toll taxes, parking fees and driver’s allowances All taxes (except government service tax) Transportation as per itinerary only (not available at disposal)The package does not
3.09 per cent government service tax All personal expenses, optional tours and extra meals Entrance fees at all monuments, National Parks and museums mentioned in the itinerary. Jungle Safaris / Jeep safaris at National Parks/Wildlife Sanctuaries. Services of Guides/Naturalist. Anything not mentioned under ‘Inclusions’ Tips, laundry and phone calls Services of the vehicle on leisure days and for sightseeing not included in the itinerary All alcoholic/aerated beverages, mineral water and starters Camera fees Medical and travel insurance
Important : we will provide an alternate or similar category of hotel in case the hotel mentioned in the package is overbooked.
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