Where is jim corbett national park located in india
Jim Corbett National Park is an oldest wildlife sanctuary and tiger reserve in India. Corbett Park is located near Ramnagar town of Nainital district of Uttarakhand. Which was established in 1936 after the name of the Hailey National Park, and later it was named Jim Corbett, who made significant contributions in the establishment of this National Park. It is main purpose was to protect the Bengal Tigers. The National Park is spread over 1318.54 square kilometers, under which 821.99 square kilometers tiger reserve is also included.
It is also an ecotourism tourist destination and there are 488 species of plants and a variety of organisms. Corbett Park has long been a hub of wildlife lovers and tourists. Tourism activity is allowed only in the selected zones of Corbett Tiger Reserve so that people get an opportunity to see its magnificent landscape and wildlife.
You can leave the Corbett
Natio nal Park anytime except rainy season. Here in the winter the nights are
cold and the day is hot.
Jeep Safari is the only medium if you want to see the wildlife and Corbett jungle nearby. Corbett Tiger Reserve is divided into five safari zones by name Jhirna, Dhela, Bijrani, Dhikala and Durga devi.
It is very easy to book Jim Corbett National Park today. You can book your booking from the Tiger Reserve website and from the Local Travel Agent.
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