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ECAS Travel: My Experience of Jhirna Zone Safari in Jim Corbett National Park

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Ramnagar, India:
Travel is something beyond getting up and going. It's tied in with being proficient so you can travel better, less expensive, and more. 
Getting things done out of the blue is energizing and fun, however, it can likewise be somewhat terrifying. Particularly with regards to safaris – a circumstance that places you in another spot encompassed by wild animals! All things considered, when you know you're in great hands, the uneasiness scatters and you're left with the opportunity to make the most out of your experience.

It is about Friends Reunion: There is not at all like coming back to college life that remaining parts unaltered to discover the ways if experience in spite of the tech-disappointment in the organizations. Truly, this was all the arrangement about. We chose an excursion to some tranquil spot, where we can appreciate the majority within recent memory together. We as a whole were travelling for the first time after graduation, so it was kind of MINI REUNION happening to be sufficiently fantastic.

In Photo: Rajat Vir Singh, Puneet Bawa, Sanil Sharma (Front Row from Left to Right)
           Saurabh Gupta, Ravjyot Singh, Pulkit Bindlish ( Back Row from Left to Right)
Overview: Jim Corbett National Park has the rivers, hills, marshy areas, grassy lands and a large lake, spread over the area of 520.8 square kilometres. The elevation of Jim Corbett ranges from 1300ft to 4000 ft. The dense forest includes mainly Sal, Haldu, peepal, Rohini and Mango trees. The trees are spread over 73% area of National Park, where only 10% are the grasslands. 


My Second time in Jim Corbett: This wasn't my first time on safari, yet at the same time I chose to design with my companions, who were occupied with modern life in Bengaluru, Hyderabad. We as a whole chose to spare ourselves from the tech-dissatisfaction and simply turn off our day by day life and plan for the longtime pending adventure. We got the safari incorporated into the travel package that we had purchased from the travel agency. The safari we booked was the voyage through Jhirna Zone, in a leased safari jeep. All things considered, I should now concede that I was happy that I have been doing this fun experience with my college friends(batch of 2016).

Source: Internet from Jim Corbett Online Booking Website [Map of Jhirna Region]

Situated on the southern edge of the Corbett National Park, Jhirna zone is incorporated a lot later in the tiger hold zone, in the year 1994(the year of my introduction to the world) and got monstrous notoriety among the untamed life sweethearts. As the Jhirna zone is open for the day vacationers consistently, so it is a standout amongst the most visited zones in the Corbett National Park. The tiger locating in this zone is accounted for as often as possible and furthermore a wide scope of natural life species found in this area. Alongside the grand tigers, the wild bears are the principle fascination of this zone. 

We began toward the beginning of the day when it was very cold outside(nearly 5am), and we went on a convertible 4x4 vehicle so we could see the wildlife. The vehicle had 3 lines with 3 situates on each column and one seat close to the driver, who was additionally our guideHis knowledge of animals and plants was impressive and he made us feel as if everything was always under control. 


He stopped the vehicle very close to the tiger (the largest wild cat of the world) and explained some things about them, and their beautiful stripes. The stripes resemble fingerprints and no two tigers have a similar pattern. The species name Tigris is Greek for "arrow". It is imagined that its name was gotten from the straight (as a arrow) and quick streaming Tigris. At one point, one group of an elephant that had crossed the ground had destroyed the trees which made everybody a little frightened. That’s when he explained to us what the signs of aggression are and thankfully, we didn’t see any of these signs. 

Tiger clicked at Jim Corbett
Female Elephant  at Jhirna Zone












You'll reveal another approach to travel. When you go overland, you may never return. As a matter of fact, it's not for everybody but rather it beyond any doubt is one serious adventure. Adding to the blend: the friendships! Each one of those hours spent in a safari through the forest of the Jim Corbett = prime holding time and our time. 

I would totally go on another safari. Indeed, I am as of now making arrangements for another!

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