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Known as the Land of Trumpet and Roar the Corbett Tiger Reserve is the finest and oldest national park of India. Named after the hunter conservationist Jim Corbett this park is best representative of the Terai arc landscape one of the most suitable habitat for the tigers. The reserve has one of the highest densities of tigers and good population of elephants. The park is also among the few places where one can see gharials in the wild. The bird diversity of Corbett and its surroundings offer almost half of the number of bird species of India which is unmatched to any other park in India. Different altitudinal variations and vegetation types in the reserve provide an ideal and suitable habitat for the fauna of Gangetic plain, Terai, Central India and Himalaya.

The Lodge

Committed to responsible tourism, with active involvement of the local community, the retreat aims to minimise disturbance to its surroundings while providing its guests an exciting, educative and uplifting experience. Jim’s Jungle Retreat offers three accommodation styles, totalling 18 residences, designed with a focus on aesthetic, comfort and of capturing the area's history. These include jungle cottages and lodges borrowing from their architectural past - old forest bungalows and rest houses of the Raj era.

Activities

  • Safari with expert naturalist; bush dinner
  • Angling or sport fishing; nature and birding walk with expert naturalist
  • Gujjar village & local school visit and involvement in different community and conservation project.

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