Corbett FAQ

What is included in the price?
Depends upon the Itinerary and tour.
How are the facilities?
At Corbett National Park, FRH (Forest Rest House), facilities are basic, the non- vegetarian food, cigrate and camp-fire is not allowed. At Corbett Camp, We try to provide you  luxury in wilds i.e.vegetarian/non-veg. meal, camp-fire etc.. 
How much advance notice is required?
Accommodation particularly in Corbett FRH and Dudhwa is booked up months in advance. If we are unable to get rooms because of short notice, then alternative accommodation will have to be arranged elsewhere.
How are the Condition of the roads?
The roads are fairly good except for very small stretches where the work may be going on. 
What kind of vehicle is recommended?
All kinds of vehicles.
What is the medical help available in the lodges/retreats?
The camps/retreats are equipped with First-Aid kits and a doctor is just a call away in case required. 
What is the recommended stay in the lodges/retreats?
Minimum 3-4 nights in Corbett National Park.
What equipment should I carry?
This will be elaborated upon once it is decided on package and season, you are coming to Corbett park India. Some are as under:  Footwear: Light walking shoes, light socks.
Clothing: As per season carry casual, comfortable and adequate clothing for traveling. sunscreen lotions, and other cosmetics as per personal needs.
Other equipment: Day pack, sunglasses, flashlight with spare bulbs and batteries, lip salve.
Other Items: Insect repellent, diary, pocket knife, tie cord, sewing kit, plasters, binoculars, camera, film and personal medical kit. Extra camera film should be carried along with an X-ray-proof bag.
Guide books: Collins Hand guide to Birds of Indian sub-Continent. Pictorial Guide to the Birds of the Indian sub-continent. BNHS (Bombay Natural History Society). A Field Guide to the Birds of South-East Asia. A Photographic Guide to Birds of India and Nepal. Birdwatcher's guide by Krys K.& Raj Singh. 
What are the trains like?
The trains in India are basic but provide comfortable sleeping berths. In case of advance notice and availability, we will book you in air-conditioned train. 
What about medical facilities?
Insurance is recommended. Vaccinations advised for Hepatitis A, Polio, Typhoid and Tetanus. A course of anti-malaria tablets is recommended. Do not touch stray dogs, cats, monkeys, etc.
First aid kit: While medicines and aid is readily available, it is good to have an emergency kit of Band-Aids, antiseptic ointment, diarrhoea tablets, anti-allergy tablets, sterile syringes, sutures and needles.
What about water?
Water at most places is from a natural springs which is also boiled and filtered. Bottled mineral water is also available.
Other recommendations:
One can convert the foreign exchange upon arrival at the airport or in a bank in any of the major cities. Please insist on encashment certificate as this will be helpful in converting Indian currency back to foreign currency. As trade of all species is banned in India, purchase of items such as peacock feathers and any other animal products is forbidden. 
Similarly, please discourage snake charmers, Monkey and Bear shows. Use minimum non-bio-degradable material, such as plastics, cans, etc. Tips may be given collectively to ensure fair distribution.
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