Located in the foothills of the Himalayas is the majestic
Corbett National Park. Home to a variety of flora and fauna, Jim
Corbett National Park is famous for its wild population of
Tigers, Leopards and Elephants.
Jim Corbett National Park has a strong historical background,
which can be traced from the early 1800 when its forest were
private property of the rulers of the Terhi Garhwal.
Around the 1820's this part of the state was parted to the
British Rulers in return of the assistance provided during the
Gurkha invasion. The British exploited the timber potential of
Corbett National Park forest and mercilessly felled the forests
and plant 'TEAK' a precious hardwood, to fulfill the supply for
In 1858 the first step towards protection of Corbett National
Park forest was initiated by Major Ramseyin form of a
comprehensive plan, wherein farming and cattle intrusion were
banned in the lower Patlidun valley. The Forest Department took
control of the area and declared it as Reserve forest in 1879
under the forest act.
safari travel packages has five wildlife National Parks -
Rajaji National Park,
Jim Corbett national park,
Dudhwa national park,
Bandhavgarh national park &
Panna national park along with cultural &
palace tour of India that includes holy river Ganges at Varanasi,
Erotic Kamasutra Temples at Khajuraho and the Pink City - Jaipur
along with Taj Mahal at Agra.
You will visit the largest part of Indian wildlife by this
safari travel packages.
You will witness the
beauty of flora & fauna and renowned wildlife treasure of India.
In these five national parks you'll visit tiger, elephant,
Jungle Cat, The Goat-like Goral, Rhesus macaque, Himalayan yellow
throated marten, Monitor lizard, Indian hare, Himalayan black bear,
King cobra, Indian Porcupine, tiger, white tiger, leopard, wild dog, wolf, hyaena, caracal,
other smaller cats, Sloth bear, sambar, chital, chowsingha,
nilgai, chinkara, python, black buck, langur, elephant, chinkara,
wild boar, fox and jackal.
over 400 species of migratory birds including Swamp Partridge, Great
Slaty Woodpecker, Bengal Florican, plenty of painted storks, sarus
cranes, owls, barbets, woodpeckers, minivets and many more.