The Great Corbett Experience (03 Days: #767)

Established in 1936 as Hailey National Park in order to protect tigers and their habitat, Corbett National Park is India’s oldest national park. In the 1970s, it also became the first national park to come under the Project Tiger initiative. Corbett boasts a myriad of different landscapes – hills, rivers, lakes, marshy areas, grasslands, and dense forest. This variety of habitats offers you a wide assortment of animals, including Tiger, Asian Elephant, Sloth Bear, Indian Muntjac, Yellow-throated Martens, and many more. For birdwatchers, there are more than 500 species of birds seen, including Great Hornbill, Great Slaty Woodpecker, Lineated Barbet, Long-tailed Broadbill, Black Francolin, and much more. Combine this great animal and bird diversity with great views of the Kosi River, surrounding hilly forests, and the unique landscape and lifestyle of the region, and you have the chance to create great memories at a pioneering wildlife destination.

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Itinerary Overview

25 Dec 2019: Delhi to Corbett National Park
26 Dec 2019: Corbett National Park
27 Dec 2019: Corbett National Park to Delhi

Highlights

Nature and Wildlife
Jungle Safari
Tiger Sighting
Bird Watching
Photography
Delicious Cuisine
Quaint Accommodation

Accommodation

Inclusions

Services Included
-Accommodation for 02 Nights at Corbett National Park
-Meals as per itinerary
-Ground transportation for 03 Days
-Asian Adventures guide
-02 Wildlife Safaris at Corbett National Park
-02 scheduled walking safaris around Vanghat
-Evening Bonfire with Light Vegetarian snacks at Vanghat
-01 Porter to carry Lugguage (Maximum 15 Kgs) during the hiuke to and from Vanghat
-All applicable taxes

Services Not Included
-Optional Tours, tips, laundry, drinks, bottled water, Elephant ride
-Train Tickets, anything not mentioned in the ''Services Included''
-Any last moment safari price hike up by forest department