The Corbett Hideaway
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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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 ...
... have been at the center of the Indian government’s efforts to protect tigers. It has been estimated that the tiger’s global range has shrunk by 93% in the last 150 years and that India now has nearly 60% of the remaining wild tigers; they are mostly extinct now from Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos.
For decades, the Gujjar people lived in the forests and grasslands of Rajaji National Park. They are a nomadic, vegetarian, and Muslim community whose ...
... returned to school, more food had and a tour of Gunjan's house it was then time to depart and say our goodbyes, the drum begun to play and we made our way to the top with Rhi holding Gunjan's hand along the way. We were warmly farewelled and again made promises to return again one day.... With so much love, warmth and gratitude shared today we again as always were reminded that those who have so little are the ones that give so ...
... 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, ...
... us with a guide to the forest and a good guitarist. We all including these locals were stunned and spell bound. We enjoyed the music till it was jade dark. We wound up our stuff and made sure not to pollute the forest. We quickly reached to the resort.
The evening was spent sharing our panther sight to all and everyone we met. Kids were thrilled and we were just going with the time, how great it was.