Wildlife Safari at Jim Corbett

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Destination Covered : Corbett-delhi-dhikala

Jim Corbett National Park is the oldest national park established in 1936 to protect the endangered Bengal Tiger. It is located in Nainital district of Uttarakhand and is amongst the popular tourist attractions for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts. Wildlife safari at Jim Corbett offers its visitors a golden opportunity to see its splendid landscape and the diverse wildlife.

Day 01:- Arrival at New Delhi

Welcome to the Capital city. You will be received by the Indian Horizons representative and transferred to the pre-booked hotel. After some rest enjoy the sightseeing tour of Delhi that includes Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Qutub Minar, Humanyu’s Tomb etc. Delhi is also the best place for shopping. Visit some of the best street shopping places of the city like Sarojini Nagar, Lajpat Nagar, GK Market etc. Return back to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay.

Day 02:-New Delhi- Jim Corbett

Next morning after breakfast drive towards Jim Corbett which is at a distance of 270 Km from Delhi. Upon arrival, check into the pre-booked hotel/resort and take some rest. Later proceed to explore the surroundings covered with rich flora and fauna of the park under well- trained forest guards. Return back to the hotel/resort for dinner and overnight stay.

Day 03:- Jim Corbett Safari

Next morning after breakfast proceed for the exciting jeep safari with safari driver and naturalist guide in search of remarkable wildlife in Corbett for five different zones of the park namely Bijrani, Jhirna, Dhikala, Dhela and Durgadevi. All the five zones have a healthy population of tigers and wildlife sightings. After exploring scintillating flora and fauna of the park, return back to the hotel/resort for lunch. After some rest explore the other major attractions in and around the park that  include Garjia Temple, Sitabani Forest Reserve, Corbett Waterfall, Dhangarhi Museum, Bijrani Tourism Zone etc.  Enjoy the whole day in beautiful surroundings. Return back to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay.

Day 04:-Dhikala Sightseeing

It is believed that wildlife trip to India is incomplete if you have not visited Dhikala which is the nerve centre of wildlife activities in the Corbett National Park. After early breakfast proceed towards Dhikala. After some rest proceed for two hours elephant ride that will take you to the unrivalled wilderness area of Dhikala situated at the border of the Dun Valley from where the Ramganga flows to numerous channels. Dhikala Tourism Zone offers you an opportunity to discover a fascinating wildlife territory on earth.  Return back to the lodge for lunch and take some rest. Enjoy the evening jeep safari as well that provides a better chance to explore the forest more deeply and more closely. Return back to the hotel/resort for dinner and overnight stay.

Day 05:- Corbett Sightseeing

Next morning after breakfast proceed to visit Ramganga Reservoir which is a great place for avid birdwatchers. Upon arrival, explore the beautiful surroundings and variety of bird species of the place from the top of the observation tower. . During winters the place attracts many migratory bird species especially water birds from Europe and Central Asia. In the evening return back to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay.

Day 06:- Jim Corbett- New Delhi

On the last day of Wildlife Safari at Jim Corbett Tour, enjoy an early morning game at the Park. After breakfast proceed for the return journey to New Delhi.

With this, the exhilarating, fun-filled and adventurous Wildlife safari tour to Jim Corbett comes to an end that you will surely cherish throughout your life.

    Red Fort
    Jama Masjid
    Qutub Minar
    Humanyu’s Tomb
    Sarojini Nagar
    Lajpat Nagar
    GK Market
    Garjia Temple
    Sitabani Forest Reserve
    Corbett Waterfall
    Dhangarhi Museum
    Bijrani Tourism Zone


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