Who better to lead you on a visit full of natural wonders to the Corbett National Park, Sattal and Pangot, than the Bombay Natural History Society? A trip to the first wildlife park in modern India, home to the tiger, the Asian Elephant and a fantastic wealth of sub-Himalayan species as well as migratory birds from the northern plains and peninsular India, accompanied by the experts and enthusiasts at BNHS, is sure to offer rich insights on the jungle paradise. Photography hobbyists are encouraged to keep in mind that the ‘Naini Hills’ region is also home to more than 200 species of birds, including the Great Hornbill, the Himalayan Pied Kingfisher and the Collared Falconet (May 6–10; Rs 23,700 non-member, ex-Delhi; 22871202/22821811 or www.bnhs.programmes@gmail.com).



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