1 N Corbett
Sight of the turquoise sea from the sandy beach and snow-capped mountain range from the valley are mesmerizing, but at the same time very common in vacations. How about enjoying a short trip or a weekend in a different way? How about spending two nights in a wilderness area, taking jeep safaris searching for tigers and animals of other species? If wildlife excites and if you enjoy forest stay, then plan a weekend trip to Jim Corbett National Park. Located amidst dense greeneries in the Nainital district of North Indian state Uttarakhand, Jim Corbett National Park is the oldest national park in the country as well as one of the major ecotourism destinations. Home to over 450 different species of plants and diverse variety of animals, Jim Corbett National Park's prime attraction is the Corbett Tiger Reserve which is home to large Royal Bengal Tigers. The reserve is set amidst stunning landscapes and you can watch movements of wildlife. You can also see leopards, elephants, barking deer, chital, sambar deer, hog, jungle cats, Himalayan Black Beer, sloth, langur and many other amphibians and mammals. The vast greenery offers a nice ambience for a weekend trip amidst absolute serenity.
For a weekend trip you can start for Jim Corbett National Park from New Delhi on Friday morning and reach the spot by noon. You can rest there for a few hours, take shower and lunch and then go out for a jeep safari on the buffer zone of the national park in the afternoon. The evening and night in Jim Corbett National Park are exciting and full of smell of adventure. You can spend the whole night chatting with fellow travelers and keep your ears alert to hear barking of animals from the wild. Next morning you can start early for another jeep safari to selected areas of the tiger reserve where tourism is allowed. You will surely find herds of deer running here and there and langurs moving fast jumping from one tree to another. Catching glimpse of a tiger is a matter of luck, but even if you miss it, the safari would be enjoyable.
On the safari you will pass beautiful lakes, riverine belts and grasslands that are truly beautiful and serene. The best time for a weekend trip to Corbett National Park is winter when the days are bright and sunny. Winters are cold but you don't need to go out of your room really. If you are not an Indian and planning a trip to the country, try to incorporate Corbett National Park India in your itinerary. You and your camera lens will have a great time there.
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Shivam Choudhary, Chennai
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