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Jim Corbett

Explore More About Jim Corbett National Park

Jim Corbett

Explore More About Jim Corbett National Park

Jim Corbett

Explore More About Jim Corbett National Park

Jim Corbett

Explore More About Jim Corbett National Park

Jim Corbett

Explore More About Jim Corbett National Park

Jim Corbett

Explore More About Jim Corbett National Park

Corbett National Park

Journey Into the Heart of Nature.

Corbett National Park in India holds the distinction of being the first national park in india. It is one of the Oldest National Parks in India. It was established in 1936 and got its name after the legendary naturalist and conservationist Jim Corbett. The Corbett National Park is situated at the foothills of the Himalayas near the popular hill-station of Nainital. Covering an area of 1318.54 sq km, with 520 sq km comprising the main area and the rest serving as buffer zones, the park sprawls across the picturesque landscapes of Pauri Garhwal, Almora, and Nainital. Renowned for its significant tiger population, Jim Corbett National Park boasts the highest tiger density among all Indian national parks. Corbett National Park Safari through the dense forests offers an unforgettable opportunity to observe wildlife in their natural habitat, with the chance of spotting a tiger being a highlight. And if you are lucky, then you may get a chance to even spot a tiger.As you traverse through the lush greenery, crossed by streams, rivers, and waterfalls, the scenic beauty of the park mesmerizes visitors. Accommodations within the park allow for a unique overnight experience, elevating the adventure of exploring jim corbett national park jungle safari.

What to see in Jim Corbett National Park?

Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand is one of the top tourist places in Uttarakhand which allures travelers across the globe. People come from different regions here to satisfy their adventurous souls.

Gharial

In Ramganga, a river in Jim Corbett National Park, more than 400 gharials may be found swimming.

Royal Bengal Tiger

The Royal Bengal Tiger is one of the famous types of animals that call Jim Corbett their home.

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Jim Corbett National Park

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Corbett National Park is one of the most visited tourist destinations among the people as the place is rich in flora and fauna. Corbett Tiger Reserve is the second largest Tiger reserve in India after Sunderbans. The park was Established in 1936 as Hailey National Park. The entire area is spread over 500 sq. kms. The whole area is full of river belt, hills, marshy depressions, large lakes, and grasslands. Jim Corbett National Park is one of those rare national tiger reserves where night stay is allowed.

You can enjoy an evening of wildlife, and roam around in the lap of nature on an Elephant back or an open jeep. Apart from tigers, You will find leopards, wild elephants, and crocodiles.So, for the wildlife buffs, this is indeed the most sought-after place as many film shootings too have taken place here. Corbett National Park is located in the Nainital District of Uttarakhand. In winters, the temperature goes as low as 4-5 degrees while in summer, the temperature is shade over 30 degrees at max. Most mornings at Jim Corbet are foggy.

All about Asian Elephants

Corbett Tiger Reserve has about 700 Asian elephants. They are part of migratory population that also lives in Rajaji National Park. Earlier, there were much fewer elephants in Jim Corbett National Park but their population and number in Jim Corbett park has increased significantly in recent decades. Although, elephants are present throughout Jim Corbett National Park, elephants are most easily sighted in Dhikala chaur, Phulai chaur, Bijrani and Jhirna zone of Jim Corbett National Park.

Elephants are social and live in groups consisting of females and their young and are led by eldest and most experienced FEMALE. Adult males usually travel alone and associate with female herds for mating.

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Royal Bengal Tiger

The Royal Bengal Tiger is one of the famous types of animals that call Jim Corbett their home. On April 1st, 1973, India’s tiger conservation programme was launched in Jim Corbett’s forest. The Royal Bengal tigers are difficult to notice since the reserve is covered with a variety of vegetation that provides camouflage and cover. Additionally, this dense jungle and Ramganga River provide the ideal hunting grounds for tigers looking for their prey.


Sambar Deer

The biggest deer in Jim Corbett National Park is the sambar. The majority of its body is a consistent grayish-brown, except for creamy white patches on the back and under the tail. Males have thick manes on their necks and antlers that can grow to be 1 m long. Sambar are mostly found in deep forests and spend most of their time alone. But occasionally gather in small groups during the mating season.

Its body is largely a uniform greyish-brown in colour, except for creamy white on backsides and under-tail areas. Males have antlers up to 1 m long that are periodically shed and replaced. Male sambar also have dense manes on their necks.

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Spotted Deer

The most prevalent deer species in Jim Corbett National Park is the Chital or spotted deer. They are quite attractive with distinctive white dots on their reddish-brown body. Only male chital have antlers which can reach up to the length of 1m. The primary food source for them is grass, however, they also rely on flowers, fruits, and leaves from the forested regions.

They prefer to graze in short grasslands with little shelter, to keep an eye out for predators.


Gharial

One of the world's biggest and most endangered crocodiles is the gharial, which can only be found on the Indian subcontinent. The gharial's thin snout is designed to consume fish. Invertebrates and insects may be consumed by young gharials. In Ramganga, a river in Jim Corbett National Park, more than 400 gharials may be found swimming in its deep pools or soaking in the sun on its banks.

Adult male gharials have a rounded growth on the tip of their snouts, called a ghara. It enhances vocal communication by acting as a resonator that prdouces a loud buzzing call. The ghara is also a visual stimulus for females during the breeding season and helps with the production of bubbles during courtship displays. Males begin to develop their gharas around 10 years of age.

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How To Reach

Jim Corbett National Park ?

By Road to Jim Corbett Park

The way to Jim Corbett by road from Delhi is via Noida, Kashipur, and then finally Ramnagar. It takes 7-8 hours from Delhi to reach Corbett national park from Delhi via road.

How To Reach Jim Corbett From Delhi?

The Roadway is the best option to commute from Delhi to Corbett as the road trip has its own allure, especially in the pleasant weather. The Delhi to Corbett road distance is around 245 km and 6 hours of drive. You can either travel in your private vehicle or take the car/ tempo traveler/ Bus service which is easily available from Delhi.

Jim Corbett by Train

Ramnagar is the closest railway station and is well connected to some of the major places like Delhi, Varanasi, Haridwar, and Lucknow. However, people travelling from other parts of India, will have to first come to Delhi and then take a connecting train to Ramnagar.

The nearest railway station from Corbett is Ramnagar which is around 12 km from the park and the station is directly connected to the railway stations in Delhi. A direct train named Ranikhet Express runs from Delhi to Ramnagar which is the best train to reach Corbett from Delhi. You can catch the Ranikhet express at 10:50 pm at Delhi to reach Ramnagar at 04:35 am next day, and again return by catching the same train at Ramnagar at 09:05 pm to reach Delhi at 05:00 am next day. The train operates on a daily basis. However, Ramnagar station is the best option to reach Corbett but alternatively, you can also arrive at the Kathgodam station and visit Ramnagar by taxi or cab which will take around 3 and half hours by road.

By Air to Jim Corbett Park

This in a way is not an ideal way to get here. However, there’s a daily flight from Delhi to Pantnagar and from there the approx distance to Jim Corbett National Park is 80 odd kilometers. One can take a cab and reach there in around two hours.

Jim Corbett National Park doesn't have an airport. If one wants to go by air, Phoolbagh in Pantnagar is the nearest airport. It is located 78 km away from Jim Corbett. Pantnagar airport is well connected with major cities in India, so one can easily reach there. Delhi which is 300 km away is the nearest international airport for the people traveling from abroad. Flights from Lucknow and New Delhi travel to Pantnagar twice a week, so one can arrange accordingly. One can easily find a taxi from Pantnagar to Jim Corbett.

Safari Zones In

Jim Corbett National Park

Corbett National Park is divided into eight ecotourism zones to properly manage the tourism activities in the tiger reserve area. These zones are the Dhikala zone, Bijrani zone, Jhirna Zone, Garjiya Zone, Sitabani Zone, Pakhro Zone, Dhela zone, and Durga Devi zone. The safari tour is organized in two shifts by the forest officials of Corbett tiger reserve in all of the ecotourism zones. A limited number of safari jeeps are allowed in every zone to ensure proper distribution of tourist flow in all the zones. Each zone has its own natural charm with its specific landscape beauty and wildlife. However, the tiger sighting is more or less equal in every zone along with a little bit of difference in topography as all the zones are part of the same geographical land.

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