Jim Corbett National Park

An exquisite attraction to explore the hidden treasures of nature, Jim Corbett National Park is a heaven for wildlife enthusiasts. Situated in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand, Jim Corbett is one of the best places to spot endangered animals, exotic flora and fauna, and experience a pleasant weather. Corbett National Park is a part of the larger Corbett Tiger Reserve, a Project Tiger Reserve. Established in the year 1936 as Hailey National Park, Corbett is well known for its tiger richness. Jim Corbett has been bestowed with the honour of being the India’s oldest and most prestigious National Park. Interestingly, the Park is also honoured as the place where Project Tiger was first launched in the year 1973.

Divided into different zones, the park is popular for housing wide ranging species of flora and fauna.

The Bajrangi Safari Zone, located at a distance of just 1km from the Ramnagar city, will surprise you with its natural exquisiteness and open grasslands. The Jhirna Safari Zone is open for tourists all year long, and is located 16km from Ramnagar city. The newest addition to the park is the Dhela Safari Zone, luring the travelers with its beautiful flora and fauna. The zone remains a popular ground for both wildlife and nature enthusiasts, and is locate 13km from the Ramnagar city. Dhikala Zone makes for a perfect place where travelers can plan an overnight stay and experience the exotic wildlife after dusk. Edging the north-eastern border of the Jim Corbett National Park, the Durga Devi Zone is perfect to relish some time spotting vibrant birds chirping happily. It is located 36 km from Ramnagar city.

Best time to visit
The perfect time to experience the wildlife of Jim Corbett is the winter months from October to February. The Bengal Tiger are also easy to spot during the winter season. The monsoon season is between July to September, and is not recommended to visit as animals usually go in dense forest areas to shelter themselves from the rains. The park remains hot during March to June, making safari difficult.

How to Reach
By Air - The nearest domestic airport to Corbett National Park is 50 kms away from the Park at Phoolbagh, Pantnagar.
By Train - Those taking train services can land at the Ramnagar railway station.
By Road - The Park also enjoys great road connectivity and thus, road travel is also preferred from various Indian cities .


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