WELCOME TO JIM CORBETT
Jim Corbett-National Park and Tiger Reserve
The Jim Corbett National Park is situated in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand and is the oldest national park in India which got established in 1936 by the name of Hailey National Park. After India’sIndependence the park was named as Ramganga National Park but later in 1956, it was renamed after Jim Corbett- the famous hunter turn conservationist and author, who played a major role in the establishment of the national park. Jim Corbett National Park is one of the renowned Wildlife Sanctuary in India and is popular for the Royal Bengal tiger present in the Santuary.
The park contains 488 different species of plants and wide variety of wild life including Elephants, Tigers, Chital, Sambar Deer, Nilgai, Gharial, King Cobra, Muntjac, wild boar, Hedgehog, common Musk Shrew, Flying fox, Indian Pangolin, and around 600 different species of birds.
Why Visit Jim Corbett?
Uniqueness Of Jim Corbett
Corbett National Park is one of the best managed and protected areas in the country and attracts thousands of Indian and Foreign visitors each year. the park is situated at the foothills of Himalayan belt and has various geographical and ecological characteristics with splendid landscapes. There are four gates which acts as entrance to the Park, which are Amdanda gate, Dhangarhi gate, Khara gate and Durga devi gate. If you are an adventure freak, bird watcher, angler, or animal lover then Jim Corbett National Park is the ideal place for you.
Corbett National Park acts as a protected area of critically endangered Bengal Tiger of India. It is always advisable to book safaris prior to arrival, especially during weekends as there are only 60 vehicles allowed inside the Corbett National Park at a time.