Jim Corbett National Park
Jim Corbett National Park is tucked away in the foothills of the Sub-Himalayan belt and is unsurpassed in scenic beauty. Situated in Nainital District of newly created state Uttarakhand, the oldest national park of Asia is named after the famous British hunter - Edward James Corbett. The reserve has a greater variety of flora and fauna. That's all natural! After all, you are going to enter India's first tiger reserve under the Project Tiger in India. It is a vast Eco-Sphere that is blessed with the plethora of wildlife where you can enjoy several activities like jungle safaris, trekking, bird watching, fishing, elephants ride and many more.
The park came into existence in 1936 as Hailey National Park to protect the endangered species of Royal Bengal Tiger. Corbett is a home to densest tiger population in the world which guarantees the glimpses of the elusive big cat in its premises. The park attracts more than a lakhs of tourists every year, generating 7.5 crore revenue. The months of November through June are the perfect time to visit Corbett. It is during this time the excellent climate is most pleasant and good hotels and accommodations are easy to find.