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Corbett Tiger Reserve

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Jim Corbett National Park, India
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Jeep safari is a best way to visit various parts of Jim Corbett National Park or Corbett Tiger Reserve Ramnagar, Uttarakhand, India.
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AlpaBharat P wrote a review Nov 2021
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One can have a good time, watching only birds and deers. Do not expect to see tigers at all. However the Guides will always tell you that the tigers were spotted "yesterday", but you wont get to see them. Enjoy the forest and the ride. Actually a waste of time
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Date of experience: November 2021
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Dhiraj P wrote a review Apr 2021
Navi Mumbai, India90 contributions19 helpful votes
Stayed at Jhirna FRH for 2 nights in one room with a family of 4 in April'21. This is located some 8 KM+ in from the Dhela gate. The accommodation is basic , has 2 rooms which can be booked online and another 2 offline reserved for the forest officials. The 2 rooms have a common area with sofa and charging points. Good for photographers , not so good if you are looking for comfortable stay. Fortunately , unlike Sultan FRH, the rooms have fan .. the bathroom is big. One room is good for 2 pax , can be cramped with more members and luggage. The attendants are on the job , they provide the food and housekeeping services. The food is available per pax , breakfast - 250 , Lunch - 300 , dinner - 300. Children under 11 - 50%. Driver - 100 each meal. About the FRH , once you step outside , it's bliss. There are training elephants in the campus, all nicely fenced. A lot of birds right within the campus. The safari experience is amazing , birding is great in the Jhirna range.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Satish wrote a review Jan 2021
New Delhi, India43 contributions6 helpful votes
I visited Corbett Tiger Reserve with my family and friends and was able to sight the Tiger twice (Bijrani and Dhela zone) along with other varied wildlife animals. We also sighted the herd of elephants with young calfs once in Bijrani zone and other time in Jhirna zone where we also saw a huge tusker (single tusk) leading the herd. Our bookings as usual was done by TravelGleam Wild (Sourabh Garg- 9958993316 , 9810606750) and their knowledge about Indian wildlife and season sightings update assisted us deciding the zones to visit in CTR. Thanks team for your insights and helping us creating some memories for life.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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PKB wrote a review Mar 2020
India37 contributions1 helpful vote
This is best national park for tiger, I am so lucky to many tiger. Saw lots of elephant in Jhirna Two Tiger in Dhikala Many birds and elephant, Deer in Dhela Really feel good, Very clean corbett.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Meijerink wrote a review Jan 2020
The Hague84 contributions34 helpful votes
We were in the north-western part of Corbett Tiger Reserve (Kalagargh Tiger Reserve), which is rather remote and therefore very quiet. We would see only one or two gypsy jeeps. It is a beatiful area, especially for bird lovers. The chances of seeing a tiger are small, although we were very fortunate to see one. We used the services of Amit n Shipra, a couple who own and run Landsdowne Cafe, but also own an extremely comfortable cottage near the forest, overlooking a river, which had a leopard prowling around at night! They organised several hikes, safaris, taught us many things, served great food and took great care of us (with little touches such as a hot water bottle during cold winter nights, picknicks in the park). Great experience~!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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