Corbett National Park situated in the foothills of the Himalayas in Uttarakhand in India, is the first and most famous national wildlife park for tiger reserve project of India. This national park has become a famous tourist site for the wildlife lovers. The park acts as a protected area for the critically endangered Bengal tiger , the secure survival of which is the main objective of Project Tiger, an Indian wildlife protection initiative.An Eco-tourism destination, Corbett Park offers tourists a explicit range of flora and fauna to ponder upon. The different habitat types of Corbett Park i.e. Mountains, Sal forests, Grasslands, Sissoo forests, and rivers have their distinct assemblage of plants. It has more than 600 species of trees, herbs, shrubs, bamboos etc. which makes this wildlife heritage a must visit.
The park boasts of a wide range of plant and animal species ranging from leopards, tigers, Himalayan Black bears, Indian Grey Mongoose, Crocodiles, sloth etc. Come and explore nature’s best part that highlights the true Indian wildlife through astonishing jungle safaris.
Honeymoon is the traditional trip taken by newlyweds to celebrate their marriage with seclusion. Favorably, Honeymoons are often celebrated in places that are secluded or otherwise considered special and romantic. Thus, when it comes to nature, what can be a better place than a wild life sanctuary to feel the pulse of nature and for adventurous honeymoon? Corbett Reserve has the explicit ranges of flora and fauna and so it is being distinguished.If both of you you have decided to go Corbett for your honeymoon, you are going to examine a thrilling experience by glimpse of leopards, tigers, Crocodiles. Corbett houses around 600 tree species, 50 species of mammals, 585 bird species and 20 reptile species, which makes this wildlife heritage a must visit. The tiger roars are calling you for a majestic view of India’s precious predators. There are several resorts and hotel accommodations available in and around the vicinity of Jim Corbett National Park. To have enthusiastic honeymoon, Come and explore nature’s best part that highlights the true Indian wildlife through amazing jungle safaris.
Things to consider
The park is closed partially during the period of monsoon.
Summer season is the best time for sighting of animals while best time for Bird watching is winter season. It is also the preferred season for the sighting of tiger.
Best Season: November to June
Summers: March to June
Winters: October – February
Monsoons: July - September