Corbett Tiger Reserve is one of the oldest and most famous national parks in India. The reserve covers an area of over 1,200 square kilometers and is home to a diverse range of wildlife, including the Bengal tiger, Asian elephant, Himalayan black bear, and several species of deer and birds. Named after the famous hunter-turned-conservationist Jim Corbett, the park was established in 1936 as India's first national park and was later declared a tiger reserve in 1973 as part of Project Tiger.
Corbett Tiger Reserve offers a wide range of activities, including jungle safaris, birdwatching, and nature walks. The park is also home to the Corbett Museum, which showcases the life and legacy of Jim Corbett. Corbett Tiger Reserve is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in wildlife and nature. With its stunning natural beauty, diverse wildlife, and rich history, it offers an unforgettable experience for visitors of all ages.
Day 1 : Arrival at camp followed by camp exploration and dinner with bonfire
Day 2 : Jungle Safari after breakfast followed by Jungle hike with swimming on Jungle stream and signature Bird watching post lunch. Bonfire with dinner
Day 3 : Departure post Breakfast