Jim Corbett national Park –
Jim Corbett National Park Old name is Hailey National Park in order to protect the endangered Bengal tiger. It is located in Nainital district and Pauri Garhwal district of Uttarakhand and was named after Jim Corbett, a well known hunter and naturalist. Jim Corbett safari is the most famous in all India ( to boast 13 tigers are kept there ).
JIM CORBETT NATIONAL PARK NEAREST AIRPORT
Patanagar airport is the nearest airport to Corbett, situated at a distance of 50 km from Corbett National Park. Situated at a distance of 60 km is the Ramanagar railway station that connects Corbett to various other cities like Delhi, Haridwar, Lucknow and Varanasi. From there your can easily Book a concierge service from the Roar resort , And they will pick you up.
PARFAIT, THE ROAR RESORT –
Review of best luxury hotel in Jim corbett – Parfait the Roar Resort
As Far as i Know, Delhi Goers always favour Boutique Hotels.
And recent entrants like Postcard Hotels have put them back in the limelight.
It’s easy to see why. If you’re a bunch of friends, or two couples or three, it provides privacy and intimacy in a space.
This Places have bedrooms to withdraw into and convivial Common yet exclusive Spaces in order Enjoy.
Each villa is unique and, therefore, memorable, unlike a hotel room, however nice. What’s not to like?
The Roar Resorts By Parfait provides a unique wilderness experience . This place is Situated in the vicinity of the lands of Tiger, at Jim Corbett National Park.
The Roar Resort combines the pleasure of leisure with the adventure of jungle. Most Importantly they render Nature walk, fascinating Indian food with a huge restaurant is available, and Room service is also available
Among one of the best luxury hotel For recreation they have various indoor games like Chess, Carom and a Massage chair. And Of course hospitality of Roarer’s ensure a truly memorable experience.
It offers you a peaceful, comfortable stay at the middle of Indian wilderness. It is the ideal place to just ” let it Go” . A ideal resting base for your adventures into Jim Corbett National Park..
Roar Resort is Located in the Sawaldey. Ramnagar.
Now if you are travelling from Delhi you will get a lot of private buses and local buses.
But this resort is situated at a little bit on the interior rather being on road, to avoid the noise and other Disturbances.
But don’t worry as soon as you make an appointment in the resort. They will provide you with a Drop and pick up from anywhere in Ramnagar.( felt a Relief).
- Wi-Fi Connectivity Only Reception Area (Chargeable) Room Amenities.
- Indoor & Outdoor Activities.
- Swimming Pool (Swimming Costume Mandatory).
- Wedding & Party Lawn.
- Room Service
- Multi cuisine Restaurant
- Indoor And Outdoor Game
- Huge Parking space
- Power Backup
- Doctor on call
- Welcome Drinks on Arrival (Non- Alcoholic)
- Child below 5 Years of age is complementary.
- 42” LED TV With Satellite television.
- Tea Coffee Maker
- Personal Sit out area.
- Top of the line Bath Amenities
- Complimentary 02 Mineral Water Bottle per day.
- In Room Temperature Control
Now, that was all about the Place i stayed. This was not a Sponsored Trip. Now lets back to things that i did while i was staying in Jim Corbett. Now the main attraction was Jim Corbett National Park safari.
WHICH IS THE BEST TIME TO VISIT JIM CORBETT NATIONAL PARK ?
With temperate weather, Corbett lets you visit the Park all year long, but the best time to visit Jim Corbett National Park is between November and February i.e, during the winter season when all the zones are open, and you can spot the most animals. Summers, though hot, isn’t unbearable.
HOW CAN I BOOK JIM CORBETT SAFARI
You can book online safari for a day safari to Jim Corbett National Park from the official forest department website. Go to ‘book day visit’ section and select zone and fill other details and book. This is the first step though, to book the permits.
Here are some of the snapshot of my Safari trip. Hope you enjoyed my writing . Share this with your family if they are planning to come to JIM CORBETT, INDIA