Tiger Camp Tour, Corbett National Park
Corbett Tiger Reserve - India's first national park where project tiger launched to save the lost species of tiger. It is the most beautiful and resourceful reserve area where we can watch the elusive tigers. People who want to explore the life of tigers, who have enough dare to meet the tiger at a distance of 6-7 feet in its open habitat or those who want to shoot the tiger with their camera instead of a gun, surely the Tiger Camp Corbett tour is designed for such daring people. During the tour you have to stay at the jungle resort or in the open tents to feel the real and extreme thrill of a jungle.
TIGER CAMP CORBETT
DURATION : ONLY 1 NIGHT - 02 DAYS
Arrive at Corbett jungle resort by noon. The adventure of jungle begins with a jeep safari through dense jungle of Dhikala. Drive for the lower jungle track of Sarpduli or Gairal region. Visit the Ramganga river that gives a sound opportunity for viewing the elusive and incredible tigers in their natural habitat and other wildlife of the jungle. Back to the jungle resort, take dinner and stretch your feet in the serene, enjoy a slide show on wild life and stay in the resort or open camps at nights.
Early morning after a bed tea go for the elephant safari through chauras the grasslands and dense forests. The elephant safari is the best mode for viewing Corbett wildlife. It is quite save and secure too. Come back to jungle lodge for taking breakfast and again drive for the watchtower overlooking the waterhole to watch the paradise of birds. Take lunch and a short rest on the same watchtower. After that, drive for Tiger Camp. Enjoy the en route nature landscapes. You have a great opportunity to watch this gigantic beast in an open space, to watch its activities, how they basking in the sun under the shade of shrubs, how they hunt their prey and tearing it into pieces to fulfil their appetites and many other unforgettable moments with the tiger.
The tiger camp Corbett gives you really an unforgettable and incredible experience of the wildlife. It time to say good-bye to your tiger friends, leave the Corbett for homes.