Visit Jim Corbett National Park for Astonishing Wildlife

Jim Corbett National Park in India is a well known tiger sanctuary in the Kumaon region of northern India. The quiet thick forests of this park are home to a large number of wildlife, extending from tigers to elephants, foxes, jackals, cobra, pythons and many more. Also, there is a wide species of birds and reptiles. The intimidating wilderness that incorporates one tenth of prairies, transforms into a heaven when you select a best staying place during your visit.

Corbett National Park

There are various staying place in Corbett National Park but among all of them Riverview Retreat resort offered a comfortable and memorable stay. The Riverview Retreat resort is spread in broad areas, safely enclosed and well maintained.There is fully air conditioned cottages that offers you all the ultra modern amenities. Each cottage has a separate area for sleeping along with drawing rooms and small kitchenette besides attached toilet & bath with twenty four hours running hot & cold water. In addition, the resort provides various recreational facilities like spa, swimming pool, a library, indoor games and arrangements to play outdoor games including volleyball, cricket, billiard, table tennis, badminton and many more.

There are a lot of things to do at Corbett as far as amusement and adventure is concerned. You must, get the complete information before booking your staying place, whether they make the arrangements for different safaris, river rafting, rock climbing, river crossing or not. The Riverview Retreat, offers all these activities under the guidance of experts. The resort offers every single type of safaris, be it on elephant, horseback, or jeep safaris.


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