Nestled in the northeastern corner of Corbett National Park, the Durgadevi zone is renowned for its breathtaking beauty. Lush green forests drape the rolling hills, creating a scene of tranquility that defines this magnificent area. As one of the six ecotourism zones within the Corbett Tiger Reserve, Durgadevi is a haven for birdwatchers. The rich biodiversity boasts a diverse range of exotic birds, making it a true paradise for ornithology enthusiasts.

Enhancing the peaceful wilderness of Durgadevi are the many wild animals that call this part of the Corbett forest home. From elusive tigers to majestic elephants, the zone offers a glimpse into the vibrant tapestry of Indian wildlife. This abundance of fauna, coupled with the stunning scenery, attracts a large number of tourists each year.

The Corbett forest department caters to this interest by organizing jeep safaris throughout the day. These safaris provide visitors with the opportunity to explore the zone’s natural beauty and witness the captivating wildlife firsthand.

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