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Jim Corbett Park tours

Explore Jim Corbett National Park

Scouring the forest for the big cat!


Tourists from all across the world visit Jim Corbett National Park to view India's precious predators during the months of November to June, which is considered as  the best time to visit this park. A unique tiger territory that is best known as the father who gave birth of the Project Tiger in India, its main aim is  to protect the most endangered species. Spread over  520 square kilometers, the whole area comprises of hills, marshy depressions, riverine belts, grasslands and large lake. It is among the few tiger reserves in India that allows overnight stays. Corbett has thus been a haunt for tourists and wildlife lovers for a long time. The film ‘Kaal’ was partly shot amidst this deadly jungle.

Inside the park, you can explore the Indian wildlife through jungle safari, available from five different tourism zones.Dhikala, Bijrani, Domunda, Jhirna and Sonanadi,. Corbett also invites people for adventure activities like rock-climbing, rappelling, river-crossing and slithering, organized by the hotels & resorts located near Jim Corbett Park. The best thing about being in Corbett is that there is never a dull moment -once you are done with exploring the park, there are a host of places that you can explore, including the Garjia Temple, Sitabani forest reserve, Bijrani, Dhangari Museum, Kyari camp and sunrise point.

Though the main focus is protection of wildlife, the reserve management has also encouraged ecotourism. Additionally, the Indian government has organised workshops on ecotourism in Corbett National Park and Garhwal region to ensure that the local citizens profit from tourism while the park remains protected.

Situated a little over 150 kilometers, Nainital is also a popular tourist destination near the National Park. Named after the local deity Naina Devi and the surrounding Naini lake, a famous legend suggests that Sati’s eye fell here during Shiv Tandav. A popular boating site with Naina Devi Hindu Temple on its north shore, cable cars also run to Snow View observation point.

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