A Corbett wildlife safari to the forests located on the Himalayan foothills on the banks of the River Ramganga in Uttaranchal, India with New Age Tours promises to be full of excitement and thrill.
The Corbett National Park happens to one of the finest wildlife sanctuaries in India and is a part of the Project tiger project of the Government of India. Named after the famous naturalist-photographer-hunter, Jim Corbett, the Corbett National Park is famous for providing a safe sanctuary to tigers apart from a host of other wild animals.
Marvel at the picturesque sight of elephant herds bathing on the Ramganga River, track tigers with the help of an experienced guide and feel the thrill of angling on the River Ramganga. Spot gharials and muggers near swampy areas and be enchanted at the striking natural beauty of the Corbett National Park. Trek along the hilly, riverain terrain and feel the thrill as you look across the deep ravines, spot wild animals and birds while you drink in the attractive natural beauty on your Corbett wildlife safari.
Commonly sighted animals at the Corbett National Park include leopards, fishing cat, tigers, jungle cats, dholes, Himalayan black bear, jackals et al.