India is home to some of the world's most magnificent wild lands and natural parks, as well as a plethora of bio-diversity and densely populated forests. The picturesque magnificence of the most stunning natural places and wild lands is well-known. These can simply be utilized to promote wildlife and natural tourism in the country.
Named after a great naturalist and conservationist Jim Corbett, and this picturesque National Park, located in the Himalayan foothills near the popular hill-station of Nainital, is famous for being home to the highest number of tigers of any Indian national park.
According to the reports, Harak Singh Rawat, Uttarakhand's Forest and Environment Minister, has stated that the Corbett and Rajaji tiger reserves will now be open to visitors all year. Garjia, Bijrani, Dhara-Jhirna, Dhela, and Pakhron, among the reserve's five ranges, will now be open for day visitors all year.
Planning a Trip to Corbett?
With this serene National Park reopening back again From 29th June,2021, who would want to miss planning a trip to one of the most famous National Parks.
If all you want to do for the weekend is visit Corbett National Park, then relax at one of Leisure Hotels Group's chill wildlife lodges. The Riverview Retreat is a wildlife resort with 90 well-appointed rooms, cottages, and villas situated across 9 acres on the banks of the Kosi River.
Wildlife and Nature Lovers out there, head out to visit this amazing National Park, but act responsibly following all the required norms, and we must be more cautious and considerate of distant areas when travelling during a pandemic.
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