Fresh waters flowing through the forest area, plethora of birds chirping on branches of the lush green trees and most importantly, love for the most beautiful yet very fierce, tiger, compel individuals and families to visit the park again and again. Packing bags to this stunning location is considered incomplete without superior quality and handy binoculars. After all, one needs to spot the tiger in action. This is why, tons of tourists head towards Ramnagar every year.
Significance Of Timing Your Visit
When you have made Jim Corbett safari booking, nothing can be more disheartening than not being able to spot a tiger during the whole course of safari ride. Going for elephant ride without considering the month and season will surely bring the pleasure of sightseeing but as far as sighting tiger is concerned, it remains doubted.
Getting most of this visit is not very difficult if individuals and groups plan in advance and gain knowledge about the determining factors.
How To Perfectly Plan Corbett Park Visit?
Insiders tell the whole game is of landing at the right place at right time. This park is spread over a vast area of 1318.54 square kilometer. Even if the buffer area which is approximately 520 square kilometer gets excluded, the remaining area is still too huge to spot a tiger.
Pondering how to reach the right spot to capture royal tigress playing with her cubs in their cameras? Well, key to experience the dangerous predator in action is in getting familiar with the factors such as zones and seasons.
Which Season Sees Most Tigers?
Most famous National Park of North India sees three main seasons, namely- winter season, summer season and monsoons. Wild life expedition experiences may vary vastly with the time one plans for their weekend getaway.
Winter Season- It stretches from month of October till February. During colder months, this park becomes paradise for birdwatchers. True birders try to reach in huge numbers every year for capturing the unseen and beautiful birds. Not only birds, one can also cherish the majestic Bengal tiger roaming around in the warm weather during the day. Even king of forest wants to get soaked in Sun.
Monsoon Season- People usually do not prefer visiting local park during July to September, leave alone the National Park. Uneven tracks, risk of landslides and soil erosion contribute majorly to the declining number of tourists during rainy season. But individuals and families who do not like crowds consider the perks of this season to plan their vacation. It will not be wrong to say that the beauty of this place is at its peak during the rainfall. As temperature drops, hormones not only induce romance in human beings but it seems animals too love rains. Monsoon times are the mating time of animals. Lucky tourists may get a sight of royal couple making love.
Summer Season- Months of March to June comprise of summer season in India. During this season, mercury rises and weather becomes too hot. The scorching heat and 40 degrees temperature makes the animals of park thirsty. It is considered to be the best visiting season as visitors get to see most of the animals dwelling in the park. Besides safari, many other thrilling activities like trekking and river rafting can also be done.
Families looking for luxurious stays can stay outside with majority of other travelers. Those who want to have surreal forest experience stay in the limited number of places inside the forest periphery.
Excitement of seeing a glimpse of tiger in quest to catch his prey might not let people sleep. The sight is really magical.