India’s iconic Jim Corbett National Park records highest density of tigers in world
Mumbai: Luxury hotel brand Taj celebrated the increase in the number of tigers at Corbett Tiger Reserve at 252 tigers, according to the annual tiger population estimation exercise by the state forest department.
Guests atTaj Corbett Resort & Spa, Uttarakhandnow have a higher chance of sighting the Royal Bengal Tiger with the increase in numbers, making it the region with the highest tiger density in the world.
World-renowned Corbett Tiger Reserve, named after Sir Jim Corbett – a hunter turned naturalist and conservationist, is famous for having the most tigers amongst all of India's national parks as well as for its stunning scenery, grasslands, riverine and hilly terrain.
Taj Corbett Resort & Spa, Uttarakhand located in the fabled Kumaon district at the foothills of the Himalayas, is at the heart of the action where you can spot elephants, deer, leopards, sloth bears and the regions’ most famous resident, the Royal Bengal Tigers, on daily jeep safaris to the legendary Jim Corbett National Park.
Spread over 10 acres dotted with deodar and sal trees, the resort, on the banks of the river Kosi, promises a luxurious wildreness vacation. Apart from the wildlife, guests can indulge in Himalayan mountain drives, leisurely forest trails and overnight camping sessions at the resort while dining on authentic flavours of the Kumaon region.
Offering an experience for spotting tigers in their natural habitat,Tajoffers adventure seekers the perfect destinations with luxury lodges and resorts located at some of the most renowned National Parks in Uttarakhand, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh; providinginterpretive wildlife experiences based on sustainable eco-tourism models.
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