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Per Peson Rs. 1,750 - Rs. 3,499

Jim Corbett National Park

Jim Corbett National park, established in 1936 with the name Hailey park and renamed as Ramganga park in 1952, got its gift name in 1957 once James John Corbett, the renowned naturalist and lensman. Jim corbett park is India's first National park and positively the foremost enticing Park in India. The Park is placed within the foothills of the chain, within the thick of lush foliage and uneven mountains with variable heights, starting from concerning 1300 feet to almost 4000 feet. It's believed that the place, largely lying on the banks of Ramaganga watercourse, has prospered an ancient civilization.The prime magnetism of tourists and wild life enthusiasts to the present Park is that the majestic read of Tiger with all its wildness, this park is a natural surroundings of the rare species of Tigers that face extinction. The headquarters of Project Tiger, Ramnagar could be a sensible place to remain.
The Corbett National Park is a just a 5-hour road trip away from Delhi NCR and a quick, fresh and fantastic weekend getaway. I have been to Corbett with friends and family 9 times till now, and to be honest, not for a single moment have I felt the need not to visit. The beautiful forest area in the Nainital region has never failed to surprise me, thanks to the wonderful lush surroundings, their warm, charming hospitality, and their delicious Kumaoni food! Even if the food is not Kumoani, any cuisine prepared in that region is cooked from the heart and garnished with love. Some of the restaurants in Corbett have won my heart over for their sheer quality of food. The décor, ambience, and taste of food – everything boils down to make a perfect experience in the jungle. So, next time you’re in Corbett Tiger Reserve, do keep a look out for these top 5 restaurants that have honestly filled me up with a lot of happiness over all these years.
The Corbett National Park is just a 5-hour road trip away from Delhi NCR and a quick, fresh and fantastic weekend getaway. I have been to Corbett with friends and family 9 times till now, and to be honest, not for a single moment have I felt the need not to visit. The beautiful forest area in the Nainital region has never failed to surprise me, thanks to the wonderful lush surroundings, their warm, charming hospitality, and their delicious Kumaoni food! Even if the food is not Kumoani, any cuisine prepared in that region is cooked from the heart and garnished with love.
Amroj Sandhu
Mr Barlow first took me to flaunt the flora inside Aahana's vast premise. I was touched by his childlike enthusiasm when he spoke about the trees and their usefulness to our ecosystem. Initially a barren, agricultural land, this eco resort, Aahana, is getting reforested every day, attracting hundreds of butterflies and birds to the fresh, lush property. I was happy to see how they've smartly planted natural mosquito repellent plants like Lemongrass and Citronella, and in the process, significantly pared down the use of insecticides and pesticides. Not just that, but centrally located within the property is a growing organic kitchen garden. Mr Barlow said, "We have our own spices and exotic vegetable garden which also produces various medicinal plants and herbs that are used for treatments and therapies in our own spa." And to me, that was really fascinating.
I had no plans for a jungle safari this time and contemplated on leaving those poor, wild creatures to their own disposal. It also meant I would find some good time to sleep through the day. At breakfast, I met Romesh Barlow, Aahana's chief naturalist and author of the book Alarm Call from the Wilderness, and two minutes into a conversation with him, I was sold! I had to take a safari once again, but this would be different. I would have an expert guiding me through the forest. Mr Romesh Barlow observed me refusing a straw and gulping down the remaining portion of water in my glass to not let it go to waste. He said, "Let me show you around, you would probably like it." And seeing his eyes lit up, I agreed.