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  • Birdwatching walks around the Camp and in the surrounding forest. Highlights include Griffon Vulture, Lammergeier, Golden Eagle, Chir Pheasant, Laughing-Thrushes, Rufous-Backed Sibia, Forktails and numerous other species.

  • Half-day walk through the forest to Cheena Peak (2550 metres).

  • Pony treks or walks along mountain trails.

  • Half-day drive along the Pangot Ridge to Kunjkharak, with optional birdwatching en-route.

  • Visit the old hill resort of Naini Tal. Highlights include the lake, bazaars, temples and colonial-era Boat Club. Admire the view of Nanda Devi and Trisul from Snow View. Visit the old Corbett home of Gurney House.

  • Early morning drive/walk with picnic breakfast in the mountains to find the elusive Ghoral, Serow and Chir Pheasant.

Picnic in the hills

  • Drive through the forest to Ramgarh and the picturesque old village of Mukteswar, where Corbett hunted a man-eating tiger in 1910. The views of the Himalayan snow peaks from the Mukteswar Ridge are magnificent.

  • Trek to the interior of Kumaon, to places rarely seen by tourists. Trek through the Sharda Gorge and camp on the riverbank at Chuka. Try your luck fishing for mahseer in the Sharda, or explore the magnificent forests where Corbett hunted the Chuka and Thak Man-Eaters in 1938.

  • Drive to the ancient temple complex at Jageshwar, and climb the ridge behind the village to get a magnificent view of Nanda Devi and Trisul. Optional birding in the Binsar Sanctuary can be included (2 or 3 days).

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 Birding at Pangot

Camp Corbett, Corbett Nagar, Kaladhungi 263140, Naini Tal District, Uttarakhand, India
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Last updated 11th October 2017
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