Canter Safari in Corbett

Can You Visit the National Park at Corbett on a Canter Safari?

By Admin

Posted on January 7, 2022

It is a vehicle that can carry up to 16 people and used for a safari which is very popular in Jim Corbett Park. Large groups of tourists including families go for the canter safari. The seating height of the canter is higher than that of a jeep, which gives the jeep safari higher points. Apparently, even the wildlife likes the lower height jeep! But why, nobody knows and nobody has had the courage to ask. But, definitely, large groups and families like and value the advantages of the Jim Corbett National Park Canter Safari. The tiger population in Jim Corbett has steadily increased over the years.

Tiger-tiger Burning Bright

Are Jim Corbett safaris—whether the canter or the jeep safaris—worth their existence? The answer is a resounding yes. Visitors to Jim Corbett Park love to go on tiger sightings and the safaris are the best and safest way to do them. The park has several tiger sighting zones. The best ones for tiger sighting and safari are Bijrani safari zone, Dhikala Safari Zone and Dhela Safari Zone. But the jeep safaris are in two shifts compared to the canter safari.

The Jim Corbett National Park Canter Safari winds its way through hills, grass and streams—perfect tiger territory. Also from where Project Tiger was launched. That was in 1973. A lot of water has flown down Ramganga since then.

Corbett’s Universe

The tiger population in Jim Corbett Park has steadily increased over the years. Today, it has the highest density of tigers in the world. The park is also home to elephants and leopards and other wildlife including 600 species of birds. The Jim Corbett National Park Canter Safari is the best safari for large groups of people to get a glimpse of the tiger in the wild. Kaladhungi in the foothills of the Himalayas was where Corbett’s winter home used to be. Jim Corbett’s world was a universe of tigers so very well depicted in his written works, the ‘Man-eaters of Kumaon’ and ‘The Man-Eating Leopard of Rudraprayag’. Jim Corbett also wrote ‘My India’, an account of the people he met during his life in India.

Chronicling the Tiger

Jim Corbett National Park’s value to the economy lies in the hordes of tourists that it attracts. Wildlife enthusiasts and tiger-lovers of whom there are in the thousands. The serious ones among them visit the Jim Corbett Park year after year and never fail to return. Many wildlife photographers have taken the Jim Corbett National Park Canter Safari and given time to chronicling the tiger in its natural surroundings. Tiger pictures are some of the most compelling ones of animals in the wild. The majesty of the tiger stalking the jungle is unparalleled. No other wildlife has so captured the imagination of human beings in all of history.

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