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About Jim Corbett National Park

Jim Corbett National Park is a piece of Corbett Tiger Reserve situated between the Shiwalik Himalayas and the terai in the Nainital locale of Uttarakhand state. It is one of the thirteen secured zones secured by the World Wide Fund For Nature under their Terai Arc Landscape Program, which means to ensure three of the five physical leader species, the tiger, the Asian elephant and the considerable one-horned rhinoceros, by restoring hallways of timberland to interface secured ranges of Nepal and India, to empower untamed life movement. The recreation center is under Project Tiger in India, a standout amongst the most highlighted untamed life assurance activities.


This most established national park of India was built up in 1936 as Hailey National Park to secure the jeopardized Bengal tiger. The store was renamed in 1954-55 as Ramganga National Park and was again renamed in 1955-56 as Corbett National Park to respect the understood creator and natural life moderate, Jim Corbett, who assumed a key part in using so as to make the store his impact to influence the common government to set up it.


Corbett National Park is the most well known natural life ecotourism destination in India.


The present zone of the Tiger Reserve is 1,318.54 square kilometers spreading more than 3 regions (Nainital, Pauri and Almora) of Uttarkhand. The center region (520 sq. kms.) shapes the Jim Corbett National Park while the cushion region contains hold woodlands (496.54 sq. kms.) and in addition the Sonanadi Wildlife Sanctuary (301.18 sq. kms.) as a part of the Kalagarh division. It was picked in 1974 as the area for propelling Project Tiger, an aspiring and surely understood natural life protection venture. The store is controlled from its home office in Ram Nagar in the area of Nainital.


Corbett Park has a sub-Himalayan belt structure. The high slopes, streams, waterways and edges mismatching the terrai present Corbett with an astounding assortment of scenes. This striking mosaic of living spaces wet and dry, plain and uneven, delicate and tough, thick damp deciduous woods and fields bolsters various plant and creature species, speaking to Himalayan and in addition fields biological community.


Corbett's wild inhabitants are the Royal Bengal tigers, Leopards, elephants, Small felines, wilderness feline, angling feline, panther feline, yelping deer, sambar deer, pig deer and chital, sloth and Himalayan mountain bears, Indian dim mongoose, otters, yellow-throated martens, Himalayan goral, Indian pangolins, and langur and rhesus macaques.


Notwithstanding that with more than 586 types of avifauna Corbett is one of the wealthiest winged animal locales of the Country and has been announced as a 'Critical Bird Area' by Birdlife International.


Corbett permits overnight stay inside of timberland in rest houses. Delightful touring and untamed life seeing in the recreation center is done in an open four wheeler Jeep and on elephant back. Strolling Safaris are conceivable in the cushion rich zone regions.


Dhikala is the most preffered visitor destination in the recreation center and arranged at the edges of Patli Dun valley. Visitor can appreciate the awesome regular magnificence of the valley from Dhikala.


General Information :

• Corbett National Park Area: 520 Square kilometers

• Corbett Tiger Reserve Area: 1318 Square kilometers

• Altitude: 385-1100 m above mean sea level

• Annual rainfall: 1400-2800 mm.

• Temperature range: 4 degrees Celsius in winter to 42 degrees Celsius during summer


Tourism Zones : For the comfort of guests and streamlining tourism administration Corbett Tiger Reserve has been isolated into five fundamentally unrelated tourism zones, each having separate door for section.

Tourism Zone

Entry Gate

Bijrani Zone


Dhikala Zone


Jhirna Zone

Kalagarh, Khara

Durga Devi Zone

Durga Devi

Dhela Zone


Sona Nadi Zone

Durga Devi Gate, Kalagarh Gate and Vatanvasa Gate


At the point When to Visit Corbett National Park : Corbett stays open to voyagers from fifteenth November to fifteenth June and amid whatever remains of the year it is kept shut. The primary purpose behind conclusion of the recreation center is that amid storm, the majority of the streets inside the recreation center escape because of downpour. The repair work begins after the rainstorm and finishes just by November till the streets are back in motorable condition.


The most effective method to Reach Corbett: The closest town to Jim Corbett National Park is Ram Nagar at around 260 Kms separation from the National Capital Delhi. Ramnagar shapes the base camp of Corbett Tiger Reserve. This little city is very much associated by street and rail with real urban areas of India.


By Rail : Ramnagar is the main closest railroad station to Jim Corbett National Park. An immediate train to Ramnagar keeps running from New Delhi. On the other hand, one can reach up to Haldwani/Kashipur/Kathgodam and come to Ramnagar by street. Taxis are effortlessly accessible from these stations.


By Road : Ramnagar is well interface by street to Moradabad, Nainital, Bareilly and Delhi. Uttarakhand state government transports handle frequently at a short interim of time from Delhi, Moradabad, Haldwani that spans specifically Ramnagar. Corbett is just 15 Kms from Ramnagar town. Delhi to Corbett drive takes inexact six and half hours. The approach routes are:


• Delhi : Delhi - Moradabad - Kashipur - Ramnagar (260 Kms)

• Nainital : Via Kaladhungi to Ramnagar (62 Kms)

• Lucknow : Lucknow - Bareilly - Kicha - Rudrapur - Kashipur - Ramnagar (436 km)

• Dehradun : Dehradun - Ramnagar (232 km)



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