Jungle Safari

A jungle safari is one of the most coveted experiences to sight wild animals, birds, and exotic flora in a natural habitat. But there are certain rules and tips for jungle safari that one needs to keep in mind before and during the safari tour to ensure it's an enjoyable and safe experience

Why importance of jungle safari?

Jungle safaris are an exciting opportunity to explore wildlife in its natural environment but keep in mind that these animals are wild and must be treated with respect. To ensure the animals' and their habitats' well-being, responsible tourism is essential.

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Corbett National Park

The famous lines of Jim Corbett, who penned it in one of his books saying, “There are events in one’s life which, no matter how remote, never fade from memory”. If you want your tour filled with mystery and excitement, don’t wait for anything else; start your adventure right from the Corbett National Park. Sprawling over 600 square kilometers, the park embraces you with a fantastic world full of wildlife, an array of natural reserves, and birds. Photographers, keep your camera ready to click the unstoppable moments of the enchanting Royal Bengal Tigers, Leopards, Elephants, and many riverside sparrows. A lake within the park is like a heart for the wildlife where you can find grey Herons screaming off in the lake’s surface at the early light of the morning. Come with your friends and families to have fun in an open safari, which will drive you to the utmost ecstasy holding a Jim Corbett package with you.

The Jungle Safari in

Rajaji National Park

Its important to take permissions and tickets from the forest department before entering the premises of park. Jeep safaries are offered for 3 hrs each time in morning and evening from sunrise to sunset twice everyday inside park approximately in open jeeps through rugged terrain on unmetalled treks through "Raus" and over hills giving you opportunity to see wild life and birds in different habitats in Mundal,Mithawali,Khara and other ranges of park.

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