Corbett Tourism : Things to Do in Corbett - Sterling Holidays

All About Corbett

Trekking

Trekking Walking inside the National Park is not allowed but you have the option to trek in the forest reserves around the National Park. Step into your trekking shoes and wear natural earth colours when you go trekking. Be prepared for the freezing cold in winters. Don't forget to take your binoculars along. Take care and avoid disturbing the natural habitat of the reserve. Avoid making noise.

Bird Watching

Bird Watching Corbett National Park is home to over 580 species of birds - a treat for birdwatchers. Most of the water birds are migrants and visit the National Park in winters. Some of the migrant birds are graylag, bareheaded goose, duck grepe, snipe, sandpiper, gull and wagtail. The resident birds are darters, cormorants, egrets, herons, the black-necked stork and the spur winged lapwings.

Elephant Safari

Elephant Safari Elephant safari provides a perfect opportunity to see the jungle in its full glory sitting royally on the back of an elephant. One will be able to see some mammal species like wild elephants, barking deer, ghoral, sambhar, rhesus monkey, wild boar, jackal, porcupine, langur, etc. The elephant also gives a better access to view the birds as you are stationed at a certain height.

Land safari

Land safari The tourist lodge of KMVN, Ramnagar offers jeeps on hire which you can use to enhance your safari experience. Once on your ride, you are guaranteed to glimpse upon the lush range of flora and the diversified wildlife in all its untouched and magnified glory.


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