What up People, Hope you guys are good, you guys know me, if you guys are new to this profile am Nikhil Talwar a part-time Travel Blogger | DJ | Producer & a Hippie Soul, i run this blog Voyageurs from Delhi to spread travel knowledge as much as i can. So my last trip was i posted about Khir Ganga (Kheerganga) Trek | 11 Sep 2019, you should check it out on my Tripoto profile.
I have been to Jim Corbett National Park once on Oct2013 i was with my cousin group we have been to Rishikesh then visit Jim Corbett you can see the picture blog here Delhi | Rishikesh | Jim Corbett | Delhi we went on a day safari it was cost about 4k for six people we went to Ramnagar hired a Jeep Safari, it was a 4hr ride but haven't see the Tiger, So it was a good trip but It was Ok.
This time someone message me for the information of Jim Corbett how to stay inside the forest, brace yourself to read much exciting stuff here because i experience that i never experience before, because i saw tiger in front of our jeep but unfortunately i couldn't capture him into my lens, although i can share some of important information here that everyone's need.
To visit Corbett National Park, you need to make a booking 25-30 days prior to your visit! this clause is clearly stated on their website. So for all of you living in Delhi and other cities close to Corbett, don’t expect to visit the park if you haven’t planned your trip at least a month before. More importantly, carefully go through the website.
Day 1 : We started our journey from Delhi to Corbett National Park, "5 h 10 min (235.6 km) via NH9" most famous for being a tiger reserve, needs no introduction to the wildlife lovers. The park boasts of the increasing numbers of tigers in the recent years and also offers the Jungle Safari for the tourists to provide the chance to get a glimpse of this majestic king of the wild forest in its natural habitat. The Safari is the magnificent and the only way to get inside the tiger reserve area and enjoy the mesmerising view of the amazing landscape and wildlife of this area. The park is divided into the six ecotourism zones and the safari tours are organised in each zone by the zone administration of the forest.
Among the six safari zones, Bijrani zone (where we stay for a night) is considered as the best zone after the Dhikala zone to spot the tiger. The picturesque landscape of this zone, which consists of large grass fields known as Chaurs and dense Sal forest, plenty of waterholes and river streams is no less enchanting than the Dhikala zone. The chances of tiger spotting in this zone are almost similar to the Dhikala zone and the tiger sighting is reported often by the safari tourists. Along with the big cats like Bengal tigers and leopards, several types other animals like wild elephants, black bears as well as different types of deer and antelopes namely Chital, Sambar, Hog Deer are found in this zone. Also a perfect place for the birding, there are around 600 species of resident and migratory birds are seen here.