- 2 Night / 3 Days
- Safari : Jeep Safari, Canter Safari
Price - ON REQUEST
With the spectacular landscape highly rich in wildlife, the Jim Corbett National Park is most famous for being the pioneer in the save tiger project and having the first tiger reserve forest in India. Many thousands of tourists visit this national park every year in the quest of taking an adventurous forest safari and sighting a tiger in its natural habitat at a close distance. However, the visit to this delightful forest is not limited to the adrenaline rushing sight of a tiger, but also a paradise for the bird lovers as well. The various tourism zones of the Corbett National Park are the home to a wide variety of bird species which includes beautiful local birds as well as exotic migratory birds.
The Corbett Park provides shelter to more than 550 species of birds and known as one of the richest bird regions in India. The Birdlife International declared this park as the "Important Bird Area:" (IBA) for being the habitat to such large number of bird species. The few of the prominent bird species which includes Collared falconet, Great Hornbill, Great Slaty Woodpecker, Pallas's Fishing Eagle, Lineated Barbet, Spot-bellied Eagle Owl, Pin-tailed Green Pigeon, Red-headed Vulture, Racket-tailed Drongo, Broadbill, etc. are the real delight for the birdwatchers.
Our 3 days/ 2 nights Corbett Bird Watching tour package is specially crafted to quench the thirsty eyes of bird lovers. Our package offers you to visit the Corbett National Park and enjoy the sighting of the bird flocks and their chirping in the solitary environment of the park.
The trip presents an excellent opportunity of living amidst abundant greenery as you start your trip spending a night at a jungle lodge in Pangot. Further a bird trek to Bajun-Mangoli let you see good number of local as well as migratory birds. A halt near Corbett Falls brings the chance of rare sightings of fork tails and Ibisbill. Explore the region close to Kumeria or go for birding around Bijrani zone of Corbett.