Jim Corbett National Park
Jim Corbett National Park is a complete package of fun, knowledge and adventure. It is the oldest wildlife reserve of India. The popularity of this park is immense. People from around the world come and visit this place attracted by its breathtaking beauty. The park is situated in the Nainital and Pauri Districts of Uttarakhand. It is named after the great philanthropist and author Sir Jim Corbett.
The total area of this park is approx. 1287 sq. km. The Park is blessed with thick forests, reserve, beautiful rivers, widespread grasslands and wonderful flora and fauna. It is known for Corbett Tiger reserve. The varied topography of plains and mountains shelters numerous types of plants and animals. The park also boasts of preserving some endangered animal species. The Bengal Tiger and Asiatic Elephant are the centre of attraction here. The park has recorded more than 600 bird species and it can really turn as a Birding Paradise. The immense natural beauty can only be felt by taking an up and close holiday there. Elephant safari, Jeep Safari and Canter safari are provided to tour the national. Advance Bookings can be done with the officials and care takers of this place.
Corbett Flora and Fauna:
The park boasts of a wide range of plant and animal species. Ranging from leopards, tigers, Himalayan Black bears Indian Grey Mongoose, Crocodiles, sloth etc. Also it has more than 600 species of trees, herbs, shrubs, bamboos etc. which makes this wildlife heritage a must visit.
Best Time to Visit: This famous forest reserve open completely 15 Nov. to 15 June so it’s the best time to visit Jim Corbett National Park.