Named after the famous writer and the hunter of man-eater tigers Jim Corbett (one may as well call him the “Sherlock Holmes of the jungle”), this oldest national park in India is a haven to wild animals including the endangered Bengal tigers. It is the only national park where government offers forest lodges in the heart of the jungle with very good facilities for the tourists. Sprawling at the feet of Himalayas, Corbett National Park has the charm to attract you again and again to its deep recesses answering to the calls of the wild.
Open jeep and elephant safaris take you to the tiger trail after you have obtained the official permit to enter the park.
TIP: Try night halt at one of the forest lodges, especially the one at Dhikala to feel the thrill of the tigers prowling around at night. For the permits, safaris, accomodation and other travel arrangements contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org