From a son of a Postmaster in Mukteshwar, Edward James Corbett to hunter, tracker and conservationist author and a naturalist One can say Jim Corbett had seen it all. it was his efforts that led to the founding of our first national park called haley’s national park after then viceroy of Uttarakhand which was later named as Jim Corbett National Park in 1957 and was the first to come under project tiger which has led to the revival of the big cat in India.
Day 1 :- Early morning departure from Delhi and reach Kunkhet valley resort at afternoon. Welcome drink and fresh up, Lunch and briefing. Evening village tour with chance of meet and greet locals and spot some local birds with a naturalist. Bonfire and dinner with early to bed for tomorrow morning bridging.
Day 2 :- Early morning wake up call with tracking across Kosi river to hold PWD house to witness the lovely architectural techniques used during British era and old milestones late by the British government during their Raj in India with the naturalist to guide you and point out different kind of birds and various other small animals with ample time to take pictures and bask in the beauty of nature. Enjoy Jungle tea and cookies and return back to Resort. After breakfast the exclusions to Dance Academy his home now called as Corbett Museum and Corbett Heritage walk at Choti Haldwani giving a chance to see and enjoy local farming techniques and life of Corbett village, Savoring local cuisine at the community-run restaurant, Bird Watching, Nature Walks, Cycling, Kumaoni Folk Dance, Shadow Puppetry. After lunch return to Resort with a stopover at Corbett waterfall have a relaxing evening at Resort with bonfire and stories to share. optional Night Safari.
Day 3:- Departure from Kunkhet valley resort to Delhi after early morning Safari or a guided Trek by river to spot birds around the jungle after break fast checkout from Resort and stop at Dikhala museum to understand the topology of the Jungle and return back too your daily life with a the promise to come back to the heaven of jungles.