CORBETT NATIONAL PARK & TIGER CAMP (www.tiger-camp.com)
The Resort is located on the edge of Corbett Tiger
Reserve, ideally situated to combine a safari with
a fishing trip to Riverine Woods. There are a number
of options for visiting the reserve and these are
outlined below. The links at the bottom of the page
will take you to websites on Project Tiger and Corbett.
1. Day Zone - Passes are issued
for a day, game is viewed from the jeep only, and
all within a specified visitor area.
2. Overnight Stays - A large variety
of accommodations exist within the park, with differing
costs and levels of comfort. These can be divided
Dhikala - A central complex in
the heart of the reserve, with bungalows and dormitory
accommodation, with readily available food and a
small commissary. Elephant rides into the surrounding
habitat start from here.
Forest Guest Houses - Situated
throughout the park are a number of these guest
houses, which have mediocre, but acceptable, facilities.
Their charm comes from the isolation and their position,
usually sited in areas that allow the wildlife to
be seen at close range. A trip to these guest houses
would require your own team.