Spread over three districts of Nainital, Pauri and Almora in the hilly north Indian state of Uttarakhand, the Jim Corbett National Park is perhaps the most iconic and most celebrated wildlife reserve in India. In the foothills of the Himalayas, the park is a true paradise for wildlife lovers in India. Covering a core area of 522 kilometers, the park is not only a delight for its rich population of flora and fauna but also for its blend of high hills and green meadows.
Wildlife adventure lovers come here in big number, revel a wide variety of animals in the natural habitat against the backdrop of hills, swamp, River side belts. The park is renowned globally for its rare flora, wild animals, reptiles and birds species which draws wildlife enthusiast from the world over. With some 580 variety of birds and 488 different species of plants, it’s a visual treat for nature and wildlife lovers.
Jim Corbett National Park is home to 25 reptile species 50 species of mammals and not to forget, it has a tiger population which numbers around 160. Tiger sightseeing is a major draw here together with the visual delights drawn from virgin forest and jungle. What’s more, bird enthusiasts come here in great numbers and sight some rare species and capture them into cameras. So, do visit this national park and satiate your wildlife cravings.