Jim Corbett National Park: Make the most of monsoon magic coverage by Live Mint
Visiting the Jim Corbett National Park during the rains can be a rewarding experience
Imagine a vast expanse of jumbled green vines engulfing ancient trees freshly washed by rain—it’s nothing short of magical. The visual is enough to bust the myth that a holiday in the Corbett National Park during the monsoon can be, literally, a washout. Dominated by valleys and low hills, the region is unbelievably lush and green. Even more so during the monsoon, after the rains have lashed through the intense undergrowth.
The wildlife is just one aspect of the jungle. Tranquillity, clean air, silence, and solitude are some of the other luxuries offered by a holiday in the wild. To know more about this article please visit this page.