4 May – 7 May 2020
18 May – 21 May 2020
Tucked in the foothills of Himalayas, the montane slopes are full of resplendent hues. Avian beauties of all sizes and shapes and colors can be found.
Activity Level Easy
Accomodation Type Cozy
4 May – 7 May 2020
18 May – 21 May 2020
If ever there was a jungle that would put Paradise to shame, this is it! With breathtaking landscapes of the great Shiwalik ranges, vast meadows straight out of a Hollywood country flick, dense woods and rivers meandering peacefully through the changing terrains, Corbett is a day dreamer’s fantasy! It wasn’t for nothing that its magnificence was awarded by making it India’s first national park in 1932. Named after the legendary Jim Corbett, the long dusty paths and the lush, green forests still echo the hushed footsteps of the great man! Jim Corbett lived in these mighty foothills of the Shiwaliks, he hunted and conserved and in the process paved the way for India’s conservation success! A few days in this rich land is sure to leave you more contented than ever. A drowsy feeling of bliss and tranquility creeps through your veins, ultimately putting you in a trance. And when you reach back home you realize the overwhelming power of nature. Corbett makes you a happier human being. The tour would be led by a GW Photo Mentor. The GW Photo Mentor would be mentoring the participants over time, both on and off the field and would help participants to make the most out of the available photo opportunities. With various interactive sessions and fun games we provide a perfect balance of indoor and outdoor activities.
- Food During Train & Road Travel.
- Internal Transfers via AC SUVs.
- Stay on Quadruple Sharing for 3 Nights at Jungle Resort.
- All Meals at Resort.
- Four Safaris in National Park.
- Gypsy, Guide & Forest Entry Charges.
- GW Wildlife and Photography Mentor.
- Lady Volunteer.
- Daily SMS Updates.
- Air Fare.
- Bottled Water in Train and Resort.
- Camera Fees.
- Extra Safaris.
- Laundry & Telephone Charges.
- Soft Drinks.
- Tips & Gratuities.
- All Applicable Taxes.
- Things Which are Not Mentioned in Inclusions.
Board the flight to Delhi. Arrival in Delhi and transfer to Ramnagar by AC Vehicle. Lunch en-route. Post check in, we will conduct an introductory session on Corbett. In the evening enjoy a short birding trail along the Kosi River.
Enjoy morning and evening safaris in Corbett. Corbett is well known for the ferocious master predator the Royal Bengal Tigers as well as the Asiatic Elephants. One can see other mammals such as the Barking Deer, Sambar Deer, Hog Deer, Spotted Deer, Sloth Bear, Indian Grey Mongoose, Otters and much more. Corbett is a haven for birding enthusiasts as well and one can find avian delights like Cheer, Koklas, Kalij Pheasant, Scaly-bellied Woodpecker, Long-billed Ground-thrush and much more. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner inclusive. Overnight at the resort.
Another day at this magnificent place. Enjoy morning and evening safari rides in the forest as you explore the magical lands of Corbett. Enjoy sessions on wildlife photography as well as interactive sessions on wildlife conservation. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and overnight at the resort.
Enjoy another nature trail early in the morning. Post a hearty breakfast subsequent checkout and leave for Delhi, lunch en-route. On arrival at Delhi, transfer to the airport to board the respective flight back home.
- Use Coupon Code GW2000, for group of 4 or more and save INR 2000.
We are already offering a Discount of INR 2000 for all bookings before 31st of December. If you book for a group of 4 or more then save additional INR 2000.
- What to expect when in Corbett?
India’s first national park, the main attraction here is the Tiger. Besides tigers, Corbett is home to the Asiatic Elephants. One can often see a herd of elephants walking through the forest or a lone tusker busy feeding on its favorite tree. Other herbivores like the Sambar, Spotted Deer, Barking Deer etc can be found. The bird life in Corbett is something to look out for as one can find raptors and variety of Himalayan birds in this forest. Birds like Blue Throated Barbet, Long Tailed Broadbill, Pin Tailed Green Pigeon, Kalij Pheasant, Pallas Fishing Eagle, Cinerous Vulture, etc can be seen. Corbett is a home to variety of aquatic birds and amphibians. If lucky, one can even spot the Otters near the river bank.
- Is there a train option to this location?
Yes, trains can be opted; however opting for a train journey might make you compromise on the typical itinerary.
Contact our travel consultants to figure out the best possible options.
- What is the usual sharing in vehicles & accommodation?
The accommodations are always on quadruple sharing basis unless otherwise opted for.
Safari vehicles as well as internal transit vehicles (such as SUVs) are usually shared between 6 people, unless indicated otherwise. Specific Photography Mentoring Tours have 4-in-a-vehicle. Exclusive jeeps can be reserved by a group after paying a surcharge.(group size less than 6)
- Is it safe?
Open jeep safaris & even nature trails conducted by us follow the highest safety standards, and we take all necessary precautions involved. We respect the wild animals and their comfort, and keep adequate distance while photographing them. However its worthy of noting, that being cautious goes a long way in preventing any mishaps.
- How is the climate in Corbett?
The temperature in summer reaches to 40 degrees Celsius. The mornings are hot but it get pleasant by the evenings. The temperature in winters may drop to a minimum of 1 degree Celsius. Traveling during both the seasons has its perks!
- Who all can be a part of this tour?
The jungle can be visited by anybody who is fond of wildlife or is a first timer. It is apt for anybody who wishes to experience this journey. Children of any age group, accompanied by adults can be a part of the safaris. For a detailed inquiry you can always ask our experts for advice.
- Benefits of travelling with Go Wild?
We pride in being experts in wildlife for over a decade and hence traveling with us is stress free, fun oriented, interactive and knowledge based. You will surely return home as a better wildlifer!
- What do I pack for my travel?
Apart from the season wise apparels, we recommend you to only wear comfortable clothes with colors that will go with the nature. Bright colors like red, orange, white, yellow etc are a strict no no. We will provide a detailed list of things to be carried before the tour.
- Can I get Veg/ Jain food?
Apart from the stays in Forest Rest Houses; food menu is usually tailor made according to the group. Veg food is available at all locations, and Jain food can be arranged for if informed at the time of booking.
- What is the usual batch size?
Usually the batch size varies from 10-16 campers per batch. With small batches and personal attention to every camper we are all set to provide you with the best experience!