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Corbett National Park

State: Uttarakhamd, Northern India
Climate: Maximum Temperature 44 C; Minimum Temperature 1 C.
Time to visit: From November 15 to June 15
Area Covered: 1,200 sq-km


Corbett National Park was founded in 1936 after the well-known conservationist Jim corbett. Situated in the state of Uttarakhand, (INDIA) It create a center of attention of number of visitors from corner to corner every year. Its flowing rivers, fresh blue water and diverse flora & fauna are a visual pleasure to every nature enthusiast. And if you come about to be an animal follower, the Corbett Tiger Reserve is just the place made for you. It is not just the home of tiger as is generally believed, but also to elephants. Not only is this but there are numerous other mammals, reptiles and birds.

Wildlife
Corbett is mostly tiger state. On the border the leopard is also a regular site. The other main mammals are elephants. They can be seen moving in the region without restraint in herds and also as lone tuskers. Other animals in Corbett Tiger Reserve include hog deer, cheetal, sambhar, barking deer, wild boar, langur and the ghural (goat antlope) nilgai, Reptiles like the crocodile and the venomous king cobra, viper, python, krait and monitor lizard can also be seen in Corbett. For bird watchers Corbett Tiger Reserve offers a splendid delight. Peacock, pheasant, pigeon, owl, hornbill, lark, myna, magpie, partridge, crow, vulture, parakeet, thrush, kingfisher, duck, eagle, falcon, gull and several migrant birds.

Stay in the park
The guide shall make you stay at Ramnagar (Luxury Resorts). The accommodation within National Parks, Wildlife sanctuary and other protected areas will be in forest guest houses as available. There are Forest Rest houses at - Dhikala, Khinanauli, Sarpduli, Gairal, Sultan, Kanda, Dhela and Jhirna. Kanda is the uppermost point to stay in a forest guest house where Jim Corbett's entries are recorded in the Visitors book. This place offer additional excitement to those who have read his shikar stories.


Rajaji National Park

State: Uttarakhand Northern India
Climate: Maximum Temperature 40 C; Minimum Temperature 2 C.
Time to visit: From November 15 to June 15
Area Covered: 820.42 sq-km


Rajaji National Park is different for its immaculate picturesque beauty and well-off bio-diversity. Rajaji National Park is in the state of Uttarakhand and is located all along the hills and foothills of the Shivalik range in the Himalayan slopes and exhibits the Shivalik's tremendous ecosystem. Rajaji is one of northern India's major wildlife reserves - and one of the finest places to see the diverse fauna and flora of the terai region. The park named after the great freedom fighter Late Sri C. Raj Gopalacharya, popularly well-known as "Rajaji" was formed after fusion the three sanctuaries in the Western UP, shivaliks - Rajaji, Motichur and Chilla into a huge protected area in the year 1983. Rajaji National Park is a ecstasy for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts. The ecosystem of the park is adorned with elephants, tigers, leopards, deer and ghorals as its best known life forms. This area is the north Western Limit of the Asian Elephant.

The guide will make you meet van gujjars who have been living deep in the interiors of the jungles for ages. They were brought into these jungles by the Maharaja of Nahan hundreds of years ago as part of the dowry. As of today they are being evacuated from the wildlife parks as they are a risk to the ecological stability of the environment. Their rehabilitation program is in advancement under the administration of the central & state government.

Venturing into The Rajaji National Park
Through the guide you can reserve Elephant rides which are conducted every morning and evening. The Rides will take you from beginning to end the Rajaji National Park's splendid ecosystem which stretches across the Shivalik ranges right up till the start of the rolling Indo-Gangetic plains.

The varied topography represents vegetation of several distinct zones and forest types like Sal forests, Reverine forests, Board-leaved mixed forests, scrubland and grassland. In Rajaji you will see as many as 23 species of mammals and 315 birds species. The abundance of nature's bounties heaped in and around this park, beckon a large number of wildlife conservationists, nature lovers and environmentalists who visit this most awesome wilderness area. There is an impressive array of furred & feathered, docile & dangerous creatures, which wander freely in the park. The animals you will come across are - tigers, leopards, elephants, deer, jungle cat, wild boar, sloth bear & the mountain goat. The most prominent avian species include pea fowl, woodpeckers, pheasants, kingfishers and barbets, supplemented by a number of migratory species which make Rajaji National Park their home during the winter months.


Nanda Devi National Park

State: Uttarakhand, Northern India
Climate: Maximum Temperature 25.9C; Minimum Temperature -12.5 C.
Time to visit: April to October
Area Covered: 630 sq-km


One of the most spectacular wilderness areas in the Himalayas. The Nanda Devi National Park is one of the most spectacular wilderness areas in the Himalayas. It is overshadowed by the peak of Nanda Devi, which rises to over 7,800 m. Nanda Devi National Park was established in the year 1980. The first men on record to have reached this park, while yet in its pristine form, were the British Mountaineers Eric Shipton and BIll Tilman. The area had largely remained untouched till then, except for Tilman's successful attempt on Nanda Devi in the year 1936. However, since 1950 the increasing number of treaks & climbing expeditions to the area has to some extent affected the virgin characteristic of this place. Nanda Devi National Park is characterised by the unique mix of flora and fauna.

Venture into The Nanda Devi
To explore the park you have to go across on foot, for which special permits are mandatory. Before you begin, make sure that you have the permits to leisurely walk within the park. For any trip to the park, Joshimath serves as a key point. The rich flora and the lavish environment are extraordinary in this area. The main vegetation you will find here is of fir, birch, rhododendron, and juniper. As you go inside the sanctuary, you will come across further more dry environment and near the Nanda Devi Glacier the vegetation is almost nil. Starting from Ramani, the vegetation changes to alpine and the place is dominated by the juniper scrubs. The way progressively leads to the area with grasses, prone mosses, and lichens. As you pass through 312 floral species of which around 17 are considered rare you will meet several Fauna, just try to catch them in your cameras.

The Fauna
The fauna section of the park will present animals like bharal, Himalayan tahr, serow, goral, snow leopard, Himalayan black bear, brown bear, leopard, common langur, Himalayan musk deer and brown beer dominate the park area. There are nearly 80 species of birds in this area. Warblers, gresbreks, rose finches and ruby throat are commonly seen here.

Few Suggestion
Bring some winter clothes with yourself, if you are planning to visit in the winter season. Also carry some hiking and trekking shoes along with yourself. Get friendly to the local people; they would be of great help. Please do not try to disturb the local culture and the local atmosphere.


Valley of Flowers

State: Uttarakhand, Northern India
Climate: Maximum Temperature 25.9C; Minimum Temperature -12.5 C.
Time to visit: May to October
Area Covered: 87.5 sq-km


While on a journey to Mt. Kamet, Frank S. Smith, and English mountaineer discovered the valley of flowers. Full of life with beautiful, lively and vibrant colors, this park widen over an area of 87.5 kms has the largest collection of wild flowers species. Unseen from the probing eyes of evolution, this valley with area known to the population as the Bhyunder valley. Legend associates this valley with area from where Hanumanji of Ramayana collected 'Sanjeevani' herb to revive Lakshman. As though created by nature itself, the beauty of the park is enhanced by the Pushpawati river flowing in the area unnoticed by the towering Rataban peak in the background. More than 300 species of wild flowers like the Himalayan blue poppy, daisy, dianthus, calendula, white and yellow anemones flourish & swing with life during the monsoons.

Also inhabiting the place are the Himalayan black bears, musk deer, brown bears, snow leopards, thar, bharal, serow & a wonderful range of butterflies. A great number of nature lovers, environmentalists and tourists descend upon the valley every year. The valley can be visited only during the day and overnight stay is restricted.