Corbett is the northern most extend of the Asian Elephant @ Nanak Dhingra
Tiger crossing the Ramganga @ Nanak Dhingra
Herd of elephants walking towards the Dhikala reservoir @ Nanak Dhingra
Sal forests near Dhikala @ Aditya Singh
Ramganga river is the lifeline of the reserve @ Aditya Singh
Long-tailed Broadbill @ Aditya Singh
White-crested Laughing thrush @ Aditya Singh
Highlights: Wildlife safaris by open 4 WD & on elephant back, overnight stay in the heart of India’s oldest national park, over 500 species of birds.
This is an exciting extension that could be added to any of your tours in India
Located in the central Himalayan foothills, Corbett Tiger Reserve is without doubt the richest wildlife reserve in Northern India. It supports high tiger density and is also the northernmost extent of the Asian Elephant. Leopards are the second largest predator here, while lesser predators include Jungle and Leopard Cat, Golden Jackal and Yellow-throated Marten.
The abundant prey base includes Spotted Deer, Sambar, Hog Deer and Muntjac, while on steep slopes you’ll find the elusive Goral – a goat antelope. The Ramganga river is home to the endemic Gharial (fish eating crocodile), Muggers (march crocodiles) and Common Otters.
A virtual haven for birders, Corbett hosts over 500 species of resident and migratory birds. The rich bird life includes species like Pallas’s and Lesser Fish Eagle, Brown and Tawny Fish Owl, Nepal Wren Babbler, Collared Falconet, Hodgson’s Bushchat, Rusty-cheeked Scimitar Babbler, Pin-tailed Green Pigeon, Great Slaty Woodpecker, Long tailed Broadbill, White tailed Rubuthroat, Great Hornbill, Wallcreeper, Brown Dipper, Little, Slaty-backed and Spotted Forktail to name a few.
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- Region: Kumaon foothills of Uttarakhand
- Duration: 04 Days/03 Nights by road
- Park visited: Corbett
- Route: Delhi – Corbett – Delhi
- Departures: Daily Mid-November to June