If you’ve already started planning a trip to the Jim Corbett National Park, don’t forget to book a stay at the Taj Corbett Resort & Spa, Uttarakhand, as you might end up spotting a Royal Bengal Tiger. By Tanvi Jain

 

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As per the annual tiger population estimation exercise by the state forest department, the Jim Corbett Tiger Reserve has recorded an increase in the number of tigers at 252 – the highest in the world. So, if you are planning to visit the national park anytime soon, book your stay at Taj Corbett Resort & Spa, Uttarakhand because you might be lucky to catch a sight of the magnificent Royal Bengal Tiger. 

The Corbett Tiger Reserve is not just known for having the maximum number of tigers amongst all other national parks in Indiabut also for its stunning scenery, grasslands, riverine and hilly terrain. Taj Corbett Resort & Spa, Uttarakhand located in the Kumaon district at the foothills of the Himalayas, gives its guests an opportunity to spot elephants, deer, leopards, sloth bears and the regions’ most famous resident, the Royal Bengal Tiger, on daily jeep safaris to the Jim Corbett National Park.  

 

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Spread across an area of 10 acres, on the banks of the River Kosi, the resort houses many deodars and sal trees. Coupled with wild species of the park, this makes it an apt choice for a luxurious getaway into the wild 

Apart from the wildlife, guests here can also indulge in Himalayan mountain drives, leisurely forest trails and overnight camping sessions at the resort while dining on authentic flavours of the Kumaon region. 

 

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With Taj, adventure seekers get a chance to stay in the lap of luxury; its opulent lodges and resorts are located at some of the most renowned National Parks across, Uttarakhand, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, hence providing immersive wildlife experiences based on sustainable eco-tourism models. 

Just over a five-hour drive from the national capital, the Jim Corbett National Park is a perfect road trip destination for some post-COVID-19 adventure. Shut since March due to the outbreak of novel Coronavirus, the park finally reopened last month with safety protocols in place such as advance online booking, mandatory RT-PCR test to be done 96 hours prior to the visit, etc.  

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