The Den Corbett
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... with the clouds creeping and suspending over the peaks and down into the valleys.
The road conditions were very varied with extreme drops, a large amount of mud and a number of river points to cross. As it got darker the road got more unnerving.
Due to the monsoon the road conditions were deteriorating which resulted in a detour of an extra 80km as the main shringar highway had been closed. At this point the roads decreased in width which meant ...
... 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 ...
... felt we had been welcomed with so much love and warmth by this beautiful village and community which Shanu belonged to. Leah said a final goodbye with a promise to return again one day and we made the trip again in a congo line back to the car. More singing, dancing, photos and hugs were had before hopping into the car with windows down for last goodbyes and then we were off with big smilies on our faces as we drove away. What an experience, ...
... I am short of words to express the experience. Mix of fear, excitement and nervousness. We found tough time to take the you turn to return.
We were enjoying the sound of Pine Cones resembling like a flowing river. We were driving down during the dusk time and did not feel like turning on the head lights. And what we see???
A big adult panther, black and spotted passed across the path. Thank God ...