The Den Corbett
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What a day! After a 4.30 start our bus eventually turned up to take us up into the mountains.
At first the drive was fairly calm just occasionally dodging pilgrims as trekked towards the source of the four religious rivers. We stopped devpragay for the confluence. The two rivers, Alaknanda (holy one)and the Bhagirathi and together this becomes the Ganga.
We followed the Alkananda into the stunning scenery of Himalayas. The views were incredible, ...
... of nature in many books, the most famous, “The Man-Eaters of Kumaon”. Later in life, he actively advocated for the conservation of India’s wildlife, as many populations were overhunted and on the verge of extermination. Through his influence and lobbying, he successfully convinced the provincial government to establish the park in 1936.
The park is nearly 129,000 acres (520 sq km) in size and contains dense moist forests, hills ranging from ...
... to sing their favourite welcoming songs and the local keyboard brought out and the head of the village signing we again felt so much love and warmth for us being there. The children sang to us in english a moving song about love and thankfulness. Rhi and Leah were able to give presents to both Shanu and Gunjan and Rhi was given an AFL football to take over to share amongst the kids. Rhi soon realised that no bike pump ...
... Both Shanu and Gunjan live in separate villages quite a distance apart. First stop was meeting Shanu in his village which was a fair way in the mountains from Pauri itself. We both had no idea what to expect so you can imagine our surprise, delight and pure excitement when we were greeted at the entrance to their village by the people who instantly welcomed us, with flower lays presented to us and singing by the young girls and flowers thrown upon us, ...
... Kaudia Forest. We equipped ourselves with intant noodles, some woodfire, mats, masala tea and sandwiches.
Let me tell you, I saw such forest for the first time in my life. Known Forests of Kanha, Corbett, Africa are like fields and meadows. This one is spread over the valley. 6 feet wide pathways to drive and Devdar and Pine trees all around. Dense, chilling and mysterious. We drove almost 4 kms inside ...