Tiger Safari Reopens in Corbett National Park

The most famous Corbett National Park is the dwelling place of India’s most endangered species Bengal tiger. If you are in search of a real adventurous tour, then you can only experience it in the dense forest of Corbett National Park. Jeep and elephant safari amidst the dark forest always be ready to make your tiger watching excitement double.


Considering well-being of tigers, Supreme Court had banned tourism in the tiger protected areas for certain months as it was affecting the habitat of this endangered species. Don’t be disappointed! For you people only Supreme Court has lifted on this ban so that you can go close to the wildness of the national park. Tiger watching is really an extraordinary experience, which no one would like to miss. But safari tour is only available in certain paths, where tiger spotting is guaranteed. Jim Corbett National Park also endorses Horse Safari, Bird Safari and Fishing safari, which are incredibly amazing. Photography of every movement of tigers and other wildlife will not be a great idea? Safari is a journey that provides you the opportunity to unfold the beauty of the national park.

Residing in resorts of Corbett National Park, you can easily catch the wonderful view of the dense forest early in the morning. Jeep safari early with experienced guide helps you out in exploring the woodland effortlessly. Safari is available for a specific time depending upon the season. You can visit Corbett National Park anytime throughout the year, but October to June is considered the best time to visit. These months, high temperature never comes in your way to irritate you in excursion. Book in advance, safari tour in Corbett National Park to get the first preference.

For more information about Corbett Park Safari, visit :-

http://www.corbettparkindia.com/things-do-corbett-safari.html

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