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Tiger Camp, Corbett

If you are planning to take a break in the foothills of the Himalayas and have decided to follow tiger trails and do some serious birding, the right place to visit is Corbett National Park.
Nestling in the foothills of the Himalayas , Corbett National Park has extremely varied topography and vegetation. This gives it a rich diversity of habitat and natural beauty. Flat valleys are interspersed with hilly ridges and the Park's rolling grasslands known as the 'Chaurs' provide visitors with an excellent view of the animals. The Ramganga River flows through the Park and little forest streams tumble through the ravines. While dense stands of Sal cloak the higher ridges, mixed deciduous forests are found throughout the park. There are over 110 varieties of trees, 51 species of shrubs and over 33 kinds of bamboo and grasses.

Corbett has a good tiger population. It was here that the "Project Tiger" was launched in 1973. Four species of deer - Hog deer, Sambhar, Spotted deer & Barking deer and other prey like wild boar, support the predators. Besides tiger, Corbett biosphere reserve is a haven for 50 mammals, 580 kinds of birds and 25 reptile species. The park has elephants, the Himalayan black bear in the higher elevations, sloth bear, variety of lesser cats and a large variety of avi-fauna. Along the banks of the Ramganga are the fish-eating crocodiles ( gharial ) and the mugger or marsh crocodile. The river is rich in the Mahseer - although angling is not permitted inside the National Park. Best time to visit is from November to June.If you are looking for a visit with a difference to the Corbett National Park you must stay at Tiger Camp

We take you through the wilds, we make you meet the local naturalists who have lived in harmony with the wilds, letting you experience the life in the jungles of terai. Of course we look after our basic requirements and provide comforts too

Tiger Camp is located on the periphery of Corbett National Park surrounded by thick jungles on one side and river Kosi on the other.

Tiger Camp offers deluxe cottages and rooms, superior rooms & standard cottages. All are with ensuite facilities. All cottages are air-conditioned. Each room / cottage is equipped with a double / twin bed, coffee table, chairs, clothes rack, air-conditioner etc. Each one has an attached western style toilet and a hot shower.

A ‘Gol Ghar’ dining hall that serves Indian, Continental and Chinese cuisine in buffet style. There is a stand-by generator for full power backup in case of electricity failure. Folk music and local performance can be arranged upon request for groups.

Our naturalists and jeep drivers are trained to guide you for birding walks, jungle visits for animal viewing and tiger-tracking. In the evening slide presentation is given to the guests to let them know about the flora and fauna of the park.

You can have your meals in the ‘Gol Ghar’ that serves a fixed menu at fixed times. The usual menu includes American breakfast, Indian lunch and Indian, bar-be-Que & Western dinner.

Between November and February, the day temperature average 24 degrees.Therefore, T-shirts, full length jeans, light trekking shoes, stockings and sun glasses will keep you comfortable. The night temperatures fluctuate between 3°C and 9°C and it is advisable to wear woollens.

Between March and June, the day temperature average 36°C. Summer wear and khakis will keep you comfortable. The night temperature fluctuates between 17°C and 24°C and it is advisable to get adequate clothing.

Sometimes, depending on the weather in the neighbouring hills, it rains in the afternoon and if you are out in the open an umbrella/rain cape comes in handy.

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