Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Tourists Flock to India’s Jim Corbett National Park

It is time again to listen to the growl and spot the stripes! India’s perhaps most popular wildlife reserve, Jim Corbett National Park, is back on its feet as country’s highest court allows tourists, booking flights tickets to the nation, to visit the core areas of the reserve. 

Reports affirm that the upliftment of the Supreme Court ban that was put in place few months back has tempted foreigners to grab tickets on flights landing in the country and plan a visit to the Jim Corbett National Park. 

The reserve remains a highly popular avenue for tiger spotting in India and is one big reason that compels many a wildlife lovers to look for cheap tickets on flights to the region. 

Earlier, the highest judicial forum placed a temporary ban on tourism in core areas in state-run reserves of India, to protect the endangered beasts. However, the court uplifted the ban few days back to allow tourists taking flights tickets to the country to visit the core regions of the area. 

Now, foreigners purchasing tickets on flights bound to India to catch glimpses of the wild animals in their natural habitat. Apart from tigers, elephants, deer and different variety of exotic birds are some of the reasons that make traveller to look for tickets on flights landing in India.

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