Jim Corbett Wildlife Sanctuary, Skiing at Auli

 

There are two types of holidays that are bound to please those who wish to spend quality time in India’s natural heritage. The first of these is in Jim Corbett Wildlife Sanctuary amidst the verdant forest, rivers, grassland and of course its denizens, the tigers and leopards, the elephants, wild boar, wild bear, crocodiles, snakes and deer and of course the hundreds of different species of birds.

What a beauty of natureThe best way to enjoy all these is by taking a safari. There is a range of safaris to pick from. Like: the elephant safari, the horse safari, the 4×4 safari, the bird safari for bird watchers, besides the angling safari for those who love angling. But before going for a safari, you need to find a good place to stay. To help you better, allow me to let you know that there are four of the finest resorts near Jim Corbett Wildlife Sanctuary such as the Corbett Hideaway, The River View Retreat, The Hideaway River Lodge and the Aranya Safari Resort. All you need to do is to avail their special schemes to enjoy special rates and enjoy your vacation at its best.

The other kind of memorable holiday in India can be an active one. You can enjoy the vacation skiing at Auli. Of course there are other active ways for spending your holiday as well and these include rafting and trekking besides hiking and walking in these beautiful mountains. But, skiing at Auli will bring out the wild side in you as you triumph over steep gradients and sometimes chart new paths as well. Skiing at Auli is comparable to the best such activity anywhere in the world. Adding to the thrills is the grand view of the nearby Himalayan peaks of Nanda Devi and Kamet as well as Mana Parvat and Dunagiri all peaks above 7000m.

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