Weird Thoughts Inspire: Animal Photos in a Post-Apocalyptic Landscape

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Photo: Richard Allenby-Pratt

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Luxury Resort in Jim Corbett Park

We are back at home, after an adventurous and novel experience trekking in the forests around Jim Corbett National Park, and still recounting the stories of our trip.
A big thank you to Wood Castle Spa & Resort Staff for the warmth and personalized care you extended to all of us; it made the trip very special . Arrangements of place of stay, food, itinerary and thumbs up to you in terms of understanding our needs in particular.
This is a first rate resort. Everything is taken care of and they add that human touch which makes any holiday experience a little more fulfilling. Our bookings were taken care off by their Delhi Office the same day we requested the reservation. Corbett is a 5 hour drive from Delhi and Wood Castle is about 8 kms from Ramnagar, the last proper town before the National Park.
The rooms are basic but have all the modern amenities. We requested rooms that opened out to the central lawns and got our wish. Out of the 64 beautifully designed rooms that they have, about 20 are located around the central lawn and the rest are on the path leading to the lawn. The swimming pool is of good size. The children’s pool flows into the main pool which we found very convenient. Spa is located right next to the pool.
The one facility which consistently impressed us was the Restaurant. Ours was an all inclusive plan and eating all Breakfasts, Lunches and Dinners in the same place can sometimes get boring but one has to admit that was not the case. They offered variety every time and the quality was always top notch. They offered child menu for our 2 year old and even cooked food outside the buffet and child menu to our exact specifications. The soups were particularly good on all occasions.
The hotel arranged for the Safari and Angling excursions. The fishing guide who accompanied us to Ramganga river was particularly knowledgeable and knew the exact spots and baits for different fishes. We caught about 6 mahaseers but had to release them back in the water since permits in Corbett are given only for “Catch and Release”. The open jeep jungle safari was good fun although we failed to sight the tiger even in the 6-9 am slot.
Evenings used to come alive with projector set up in the lawn showing wild life documentaries. On one occasion the dinner buffet was organized in the lawn’s open setting. Kosi river flows right next to the resort and makes for an excellent evening relaxation spot.
On all counts, this resort comes up trumps. Definitely going back sometime soon So that is the review of our trip and our happy experience with you.

Love this idea!! Thanks for sharing :)

Kyle Whitney says:

Really neat concept!

Brian says:

I love these. Thanks, Chase!

faisal says:

Stunning colours, love the pea-cock.

Matt says:

It makes me think of the movie I Am Legend where they show animals running around in what seems to be a people-less environment

Derek Anson says:

Very impressive, love number 4.

Christian says:

What I most admire is something that I’m lacking of. This vision and idea. The shots are the means but having the idea is great. Looking at those images (and I’ll be checking the website for sure) is stronger once you have ‘read’ the opera guide to the engineering.

Love the idea and the selected shots. It’s the day after tomorrow where the most egocentric race ever to have existed is erased from Earth. Now how did he do that? Kudos times 50.

DanielKphoto says:

Nice shot, I wonder how he did it :)

Pal says:


Pal says:

Well,…how? Cool!!!!!

Pal says:

Beautiful shot!

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