Go Wild in Corbett National Park
Corbett National Park equates to beauty, and this goes during the monsoons too. The drizzles sopping the flowers, fauna, and the cheerful inhabitants, alongside the natural & man-made formations, exposed the greenery and coated an earthy portrait of the state. It is situated in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand and is the oldest national park in India. Corbett is the king of all.
The park surrounds 488 unique species of plants and a wide range of wild beasts such as Elephants, Tigers, Chital, Sambar Deer, Nilgai, Gharial, King Cobra, Muntjac, wild boar, Hedgehog, common Musk Shrew, Flying fox, Indian Pangolin. Apart from this, bird lovers can have also exotic sightings with around 600 different species of birds. The forest fit ins to all exquisiteness and its sightseers never get disappointed.
Corbett’s all safari zones are travel-worthy and buffer and core zones both are must-visit and the source of exploration.
Jhirna: A good blend of dense wood and grassy territory creates a brilliant bird viewing. You have the opportunity to view Great Hornbill and apart from this, you can view sloth bears and wild elephants, and a tiger as well.
Bijrani: This mixed forest never fails to impress you. It maintains an assortment of herbivores. The strong connectivity is there for making Bijrani excellent tiger spotting terrain.
Dhikala: Dhikal zone is quite enriching with the overnight stay opportunity. It has a good range of staying options in the forest lodge. Dhikala zone is the only zone where a wide range of terrain is offered. You have to book this zone prior.
Durga Devi: Bird watchers will love this zone and you got to have a fishing break. This zone is a favorite for most tourists.
Corbett National Park has many highlights to its credit. Traveling here makes sense and is a big add-on to your livelihood.