Jim Corbett National Park
Engulfed in the bounty of nature, accentuated by the flowering blossom's fragrance, blended miraculously in the crisp of the air, Nainital is a place, surrounded by the Himalayan Mountains with lakes, also named as The City of Lakes in India. When we talk about Nainital, the first thing that strikes the mind is to meet the legendary tigers dwelling in the jungles of Nainital. Turning over the geography and general knowledge book pages, we often come across Jim Corbett National park's name. This name gives us the thought of meeting the majestic tigers, which is fascinating and frightening. If your heart is like candy, prompting you to experience the deep Jungle full of wilderness, then Jim Corbett National Park is the ultimate destination for you. Jim Corbett Safari is another main attraction of the park where tourists like to haunt every year.
The Jim Corbett National Park:- is acclaimed as the oldest and most prestigious park in India, established in 1936 and named Hailey National Park to conserve the endangered Bengal tigers. It is situated in Nainital’s lap and reaches some parts of the Pauri Garhwal district of Uttarakhand. The Jim Corbett Park comprises 520.8 square kilometers of total area with a vast topography of riverine belts, marshy depression, grassland, hilly regions of mixed deciduous forest of saal trees, and a large lake enclosed by the ranges of Himalayan Mountains. The Ramganga river is the park’s life source flowing within the Jim Corbett Park, bringing magnificent water supply throughout the year, attracting a host of migratory and predators and prey alike.
Jim Corbett Details
Jim Corbett connects by road to the major cities like Delhi, Varanasi, Lucknow, Rishikesh, Jaipur, etc. There are ample bus services to reach Jim Corbett(Ramnagar Station) from the big cities.
Jim Corbett National Park can also be termed as Paradise of Tigers. The legendary Indian-British hunter Jim Corbett believed in saving the ecosystem to survive enriched flora and fauna in India.