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Corbett National Park




Report at Delhi airport Terminal 1 by 0430hrs. Proceed to Ramnagar by road in AC SUV. Breakfast en route. ETA at our guest house in Dhikala / Gairal by 1230hrs. Evening we will go for our first safari. Overnight at guest house Dhikala/Gairal.

DAY 2 & 3


Morning and Evening safaris at Dhikala - The grasslands or the chaurs as they are called are full of life and with the setting sun they just light up and one can expect lot of action in these chaurs. Our quest may lead us to some interesting sightings like that of the Yellow throated marten, the Monitor lizard, King Cobra, Elephants, leopards, hog deer, sambar, spotted deer, owls, eagles, butterflies, woodpeckers, vultures, pheasants and of course… The Tiger!! Overnight at Dhikala / Gairal



Today morning we will take a quick drive in the grasslands for one last time before we proceed for Ramnagar to board our train at 0930hrs to head back to Delhi. ETA Old Delhi Railway station by 1600hrs. Services rendered end here.


Regular Charges - Adult(15 & above) : Rs.35,000/- per person (last date for confirmation 5th April 2019).

Single Room Supplement Charges - Rs.8,000/-

Booking Amount - Rs.25,000/-  per person.

Charges Include

  1. Delhi – Ramnagar surface transport by AC SUV
  2. Ramnagar - Delhi train travel by AC Chair car.
  3. 3 night stay in Forest Dept. rest-houses on twin sharing (Basic Accommodation only)
  4. All meals (Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast) Ex-Ramnagar, except lunch and dinner on Day 4
  5. 6 Safaris in exclusive 4 x 4 vehicles with only 4 (excluding group leader) in a jeep
  6. All Park Entrance fees and permits for 6 safaris
  7. Globe-n-Beyond Expertise
  8. GST at 5%

Charges Exclude

  1. Air/Rail Passage Pune-Delhi-Pune
  2. Lunch and Dinner on Day 5
  3. Any kind of insurance
  4. Bottled Water and any kind of beverages purchased by the participant during travel or at the forest guest house Personal expenses such as telephone calls, Laundry, etc
  5. Any increase in Forest Dept. charges or levy of additional Govt. tax or charges
  6. Any additional expenses or charges arising due to circumstances or situations beyond the control of the organisers
  7. Anything not specifically mentioned in 'Charges Include'

Medical aid arrangements:

  • Basic medical help is available at Ramnagar
  • Group Leader will have a basic First Aid Kit.

How to register?

  • Kindly fill up the Registration Form.
  • Booking amount to be paid at the time of Registration.

Jim Corbett National Park, was initially established in 1936 as Hailey National Park which makes it the oldest national park in the country. It is the first place to have launched Project Tiger, an initiative by the Government of India to protect the endangered Bengal Tiger, inaugurated in 1973. The National Park is only a part of the much larger Corbett Tiger Reserve. It is located in Nainital, a district in the North Indian state of Uttarakhand.

Corbett, as it is often known, has become a widely popular destination. It's enormous variety of flora and fauna has made it a dream destination for tourists, wildlife enthusiasts, and photographers. The expansive 520 square kilometers of hills, river banks, marshes, grassy plains, and lakes make it a tourist destination even without the fauna. In recent times, the popularity of the national park had dramatically increased, as it is said to host more than 70 thousand visitors annually. The tiger has always had a close association with Corbett National Park - earlier through the writings of Jim Corbett and other shikaris and later because of the launch of Project Tiger, India's tiger conservation programme, initiated from the Park's soil on 1st April 1973.

Corbett is home to about 700 Asian elephants. They are part of the migratory population that also lives in Rajaji National Park. Earlier, there were much fewer elephants in Corbett but their population in the park has increased significantly in recent decades. Corbett has four species of deer viz. Chital, Sambar, Hog Deer and Barking Deer. They are the most frequently sighted large mammals in the Park. Other important mammals seen in Corbett are Leopard, Jackal, Wild Boar, Common Langur and Eurasian Otter. It is also home to reptiles viz. Gharial, Mugger, Burmese Rock Python, King Cobra to name a few. More than 500 species of birds, both local and migratory, have been recorded at the park along with 33 different species of reptiles as well.



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