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WELCOME TO JIM CORBETT NATIONAL PARK

Welcome to Jim Corbett National Park – Asia’s first National Park established in 1936. Corbett National Park offers you opportunities to watch birds, tigers, leopards and other mammals along with adventure activities like fishing and angling. Wildlife Safaris in jeep, elephant and canter are the facilities provided by authority to make your tour easy and complete. Besides, cautious walk through the jungle listening to the chirps of birds, roars of tigers and sounds of other wild beings are always an option - there is a different route to walk through. Forest lodges and rest houses and many other private hotels around the national park work hard to make your food and accommodation satisfactory and comfortable. Jim Corbett National Park tour will be a lifetime memory to you.

As the proverb goes, better die eaten by a tiger than die caged in work and home, thousands of nature lovers visit Corbett National Park to watch tigers, leopards, monkeys, deer and birds enjoying their holiday in the serene environment that is not easily available elsewhere. As per the record, 70 thousands tourists visit Jim Corbett National Park each year during spring, winter and summer months when it is open for the tourists, the park remains closed during the monsoon. People from different parts of the world visit the home of wild animals, wake up with the roars of wild beings, get mesmerized with the splendid landscape, dwell through the diversified flora and fauna, pass through the monkeys, leopards and tigers, silently and cautiously watch them with enchanted  hearts and recollect energy for further going in life. .

Corbett National Park, the reserve forest for tigers and widest home of Bengal tigers, is one of the many wildlife reserves under ‘Project Tiger’. The National Park was established as Hailey National Park in 1936 changing its name to Ramganga National Park in 1954 it finally got its name Jim Corbett National Park in 1957. Jim Corbett was a renowned hunter during 1920s and killed man eater tigers and leopards to save the people of Kumaun area. Corbett killed wild animals only when it was a compulsion. He was in fact a conservationist who used his power for the establishment of national park to preserve wild animals and guarantee their security.

 
 
       
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