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Title:Jim Corbett National Park - The First Tiger Reserve of India
Description:Jim Corbett National Park, located in Uttarakhand is India聮s oldest national park, and was established in 1936 to save the endangered species of Bengal Tiger.
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Jim Corbett National Park
Jim Corbett National Park can be befittingly called the paradise of Tigers for the fact that it holds a large population of tigers in its breathtaking landscapes that consists of different varieties of flora and fauna. Named after the legendary tiger hunter turned naturalist Jim Corbett (1875-1955), the proud destination 'Jim Corbett National Park' was the first national park of India, which was established in 1936 in the hill state of Uttarakhand in Northern India. It is one of the most famous wildlife destinations in India, visited by several wildlife enthusiasts who want to catch the glorious sights of the Indian tigers.
Identification: First and Oldest National Park in India
Objective: First Tiger Conservation Project in India (long tradition of conservation)
Established in: 1936 (as national park)
Location: Spread in Nainital and Pauri District, Ramnagar Town, Uttarakhand, India
Area: 1318.54 sq km
Core Area: 520.82 sq km
Buffer Area: 797.72 sq km
Altitude: 385 m - 1100 m above MSL
Longitude: 7805' E to 7905' E
Latitude: 29025'E to 29040' N
Annual Rainfall: 1400-2800 mm.
Temperature Range: 4掳C in winter to 42掳C during summer
Climate: temperate, throughout the year
Best Time: 15th November to 15th June
During its inception, the name of the park was Hailey National Park, which was rechristened afterwards in the honor of the great conservationist and naturalist Jim Corbett, who hunted down tigers that had turned man-eaters in Kumaon, Uttarakhand, between 1907 to 1939. Jim Corbett believed in the conservation of the ecosystem and wildlife, especially tigers and which is why Jim Corbett National Park was chosen as the venue for the inauguration of 'Save the tigers' project in India. Launched in 1973, one of the stated intents of Project Tiger is to maintain the ecological balance of nature and conserve extant ecosystems. The project seeks to establish a natural link between the wildlife amp; flora of national parks and sanctuaries and the humans living on their peripheries. It also seeks to create awareness about harm to environment and preservation efforts.
Spread across the districts- Nainital and Pauri, the Corbett National Park covers an area of 1288 sq. km, together with neighboring reserves- Sonanadi Wildlife Santuary and Reserve Forest. It is home to approximately 110 tree species, 50 mammals' species, 580 bird species, and 25 reptile species that are found both in the lower and higher regions of the park. The geographical location of this place that encloses streams, rivers, and ridges crisscrossing the terrain, makes Jim Corbett National Park a perfect habitat for numerous plant and animal species. The most famous of Corbett's wild residents are the Bengal Tiger, Asiatic Elephant, Leopards, Wild Boar, Sloth Bear, Jackal, Mongoose, and Crocodile.
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 to be the best time to make a visit this park. It is during this time that visitors 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 amp; 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 you can head to the many interesting places sprinkled in and around Corbett like: Garjia Temple, Kyari Camp, Sitabani Temple, Sitabani Forest Reserve, Bijrani, Dhangari Museum, Corbett Water Falls, and Sunrise Point.
Climate
Summer (March to September): 19掳C-46掳C
Winter (October to February): 2掳C-30掳C
Best Time to Visit: January to March November to December
Safari Options: Jeep, Elephant and Canter
Major Attractions
Jim Corbett National Park is home to around 50 mammals, 577 birds and 25 reptiles.
Birds:
Species of Birds are divided into 5 categories in Jim Corbett National Park:
Water-birds and Waterside-birds:
Cattle Egret, Black Neck Storks, Cattle Egret, Darter, Grey Heron, Cormorants, Graylag Geese, Large Pied Wagtail, White-Capped Redstart, Sandpipers, Snipe, Great black-headed Gull. There are about 15 kinds of duck and a variety of wagtails.
Birds of Prey:
Himalayan Vulture, peregrine falcon, booted hawk-eagle, steppe eagle, black eagle, osprey, Himalayan grey-headed fishing eagle, crested serpent eagle, black-winged eagle
Night Birds:
Fish owl, Stone curlew, Great stone plover, Jungle nightjar, Franklin's nightjar, Scops owls
Woodland Birds:
Green Pigeons, Hornbills, Barbets, Orioles, Drongos, Peafowl, Parakeetam, Babblers, Thruses, Red Junglefowl, White-crested kalij pheasant, Bulbus, Warblers, Tailor Bird, Robins, Chats, Redstarts, Bayas, Finches, Doves, Beasters, Open Ground Birds Black Partridge,
Air-Birds:
Indian Alpine Swift, Crested Swifts, the Dusky Crag Martin, Striated (or Red-rumpled) Swallows, the Indian Cliff Shallow, and the Wire-tailed Swallow
Mammals:
Barking deer, Sambar deer, Hog deer, Chital, Sloth, Himalayan black bears, Indian grey mongoose, otters, Yellow-throated martens, Himalayan goral, Indian pangolins, Langur and Rhesus macaques.
Fishes:
Prestine water of mountain streams in Jim Corbett National Park is home to multiple fish species namely Goonch (Bagarius bagarius), Indian trout (Barilius bola), Golden Mahseer (Tor putitora) and Rohu (Labeo rohita).
Reptiles:
Garial crocodile, Mugger crocodile, Indian Python, King Cobra, Indian Pythons, Monitor Lizard, Turtles, Cobra, Tortise, Russell's Viper, Kraits
Flora:
One of the biggest claims of Jim Corbett National Park is its vegetation. Sal (Shorea robusta), Sheesam (Dalbergia sissoo), Kanju (Holoptelea integrifolia), Ber (Zizyphus mauritians), Dhak (Butea monosperma), and Bael (Aegle Marmelos) are some of the trees which can be seen scattered in Jim Corbett National Park. Some of the grasses which can be seen in Jim Corbett National Park are Kansi, Themeda arundinacea, Baib or Bhabar, Narkul, Tiger Grass, Khus Khus and Spear Grass
Zones
Tourist can head to Jim Corbett during anytime of the year. Corbett is divided into 5 different zones and each zone has a different topography with different visiting period:
Jhirna Zone: Bestowed with the best scenic beauty, Jhirna is probably the best and most comfortable for tourists to see. This is the only zone in Jim Corbett National Park which remains open for throughout the year. Moreover, Jhirna is famous among the wildlife lovers for providing the sight of the wild bear.
Dhikala Zone: The best time to visit Dhikala zone is from 15th November till 15th June. Situated on the edges of Patil Dun, Dhikala zone is a good place to spot Bengal Tiger, Cheetahs, elephants, etc.
Bijrani Zone: The region of Bijrani Zone is blessed with mixed topography. Best time to visit the zone is from 1st October to 30th June. The probability of spotting a tiger in Bijrani Zone is more as compared to other zones of Jim Corbett National Park. It is easy to avail forest rest house accommodation at this zone.
Sonandi Zone: The zone remains open for tourist throughout the year though the best time to visit the park is from November till April. The sanctuary is located nearby Jim Corbett National Park. In Sonandi zone tourists can expect to see Asiatic Elephants, Tigers and many other species in their natural Habitat.
Durga Devi Zone: All thanks to its high elevation, Durga Devi zone is one of the most difficult treks to visit for the visitors. The park remains open from 15th November till 15th June. Its hilly topography and deep dark woody vegetation are quite favourable for witnessing several distinct species of birds. Mahasheer fishes which are quite popular in the world and can be seen here in large number. Here tourists can also enjoy Angling we well.
Safari Timings
Winters
Morning Safari: 0730 hrs- 1030 hrs
Evening Safari: 1500 hrs - 1700 hrs
Summer
Morning Safari: 0630 hrs- 0930 hrs
Evening Safari: 1600 hrs - 1800 hrs
Adventure Activities
Blessed with breathtaking mountains and thrilling jungle, Jim Corbett National Park is a heaven for adventure and wildlife seekers. For adventurers, it has always been a great and fascinating experience to enjoy thrilling activities in Jim Corbett National Park. Other than the wildlife safari, tourist can indulge in many adventure activities like angling, river crossing, fishing, mountain climbing, rappelling, trekking, nature walk, jungle drives, etc.
Other Places to See
Garjiya Devi Temple: This revered shrine is located on the bank of Koshi river amidst the Jim Corbett National Park. The temple is sacred to Garijiya Devi and is mostly visited by devotees during the Kartik Poornima (November - December).
Sitabani Forest Reserve: The place attracts millions of bird watchers every year. It is also to be the place where Goddess Sita rested during the exile, and an ancient temple dedicated to Sage Valmiki is also situated in the reserve.
Sitabani Temple: Located 20 kms. away from the Ramnagar, the temple is highly approached during the day of Ramnavami.
Corbett Museum: The area on which the museum is currently standing was once the home of Mr. Jim Corbett, who was a hunter in his early life. Don't forget to buy a memorabilia from here.
Dhangari Museum: Located at the entrance of Jim Corbett National Park, Dhangari Museum is a place to catch sight of Wildlife reserve's history. Here tourists can see the carcasses of animals that died naturally or in a fight, like tigers, Tusker, deer, leopard, crocodiles, etc.
Corbett Water Fall: This pristine waterfall is a treat for those who are looking for a peaceful time amidst the wilderness. Corbett waterfall is 25 km away from Ramnagar, it offers an opportunity to the nature lovers to camp and bask in the cherished silence.
Sunrise Point: This is the highest peak in the park. From the top of the point, tourist can see the scenic view of both Kosi and Ramganga rivers along with the encompassing area of Bhuwankhal village.
Conversation Programs Started in Corbett National Park
Following are the conservation programs which were stared in Jim Corbett National Park:
Project Tiger: Started in1973 by the Government of India
Crocodile Conservation Project: Initiated in 1976 with the support from United Nations Development Programme and Food and Agriculture Organization.
Project Elephant: The project was initiates in 1992 by Government of India Ministry of Environment and Forest.
How to Reach Corbett National Park
The closest town from Corbett National Park is Ramnagar, which is well connected by road to places like Lucknow, Nainital, Ranikhet, Haridwar, Dehradun and New Delhi. Ramnagar is also an important connecting point whether you are travelling by train or air; if you are travelling by train from Delhi, there are overnight trains that arrive in Ramnagar by dawn, which you can take advantage of in case you want to explore the park and return home the same day.
By Air: The closest domestic airport is Pantnagar Airport, which is 80 km away. New Delhi is the nearest International airport.
By Train: Ramnagar (5 km), which is the nearest railway station, is well connected to all major Indian cities.
By Bus: The Park is connected to all major destinations within and outside the state by motorable roads. Visitors can easily hire a private taxi or state-owned buses to arrive at the park.
Distance from the major cities:
Nanital : 62 kms.
Delhi: 260 kms.
Lucknow: 436 kms.
Dehradun: 232 kms.
Ranikhet: 112 kms.
WHERE TO STAY IN CORBETT NATIONAL PARK
Quite close to the wilderness, there are a numerous number of resorts, hotels and camps to stay in Jim Corbett National Park. Accommodations in the national park are furnished with best of ultra modern facilities. Some of the best hotels, resorts, camps, and forest lodges in Jim Corbett National Park are:
Hotels/Resorts in Jim Corbett National Park
Resorts
Number of Rooms/Cottages
Location
Corbett Leela Vilas
12
P.O. Dhikuli
聽Wild Crest Resort
55
P.O. Dhikuli
聽Corbett River View Retreat
20-25
Dhikuli, Ramnagar
聽Ramganga Resort
30
Village Jhamaria, P.O. Sankar Marchula
Jukaso Manumaharani Resort
50
Dhikuli, Ramnagar, NH-121
聽Ashoka's Tiger Trail
30
Jhirna Gate Road, Vill. amp; P.O. Dhela
聽Tiger Camp
17
聽Village Dikhuli
Tarika's Jungle Park
46
聽Village Ladhua Chaur Dhikuli
Corbett Riverside Resort
28
7 km from the Bijrani Gate
Tarangi Resort amp; Spa:
21
Dhikuli village near Ramnagar
Wood Castle Resort
60
Dhikuli village near Ramnagar
Corbett Fun Resort
15
Teda, Ramnagar
3 Palms Wild Exotica Corbett
28
Dhikuli, Ramnagar
Corbett Aroma Park
20
Dhikuli, Ramnagar
Myrica Anand Van Resort
16
NH 121, Dhikuli
V Resort
14
Vill Gram Kyari, Ramnagar
聽Le Roi Resort
24
Dhikuli, Ramnagar
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Forest Lodges in Jim Corbett National Park
Corbett Zones
Forest Lodges
Number of rooms
Dhikala Zone
Dhikala Forest Lodge
20
Sarapduli Rest House
2
Sultan Rest House
2
Gairal Rest House
6
Khinnanauli Rest House
4
Bijarani Zone
Malani Rest House
4
Jhirna Zone
Jhirna Rest House
4
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