The Dense Forest
India is the land of beauty and attraction. It has encircled by nature, mountains, greeneries, wildlife, lakes, and islands. It is known as the biodiversity hotspot.
Jim Corbett national park is located in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand. It was established in 1936. The earlier name of this park was Ramganga National park. Dedicating the name of the famous naturalist and hunter Jim Corbett, this park has renamed as Jim Corbett national park in 1954-55.
It is spread over a 521 sq km area and consists of 600 species. It is surrounded by the Kosi river which adores the mesmerizing beauty. This national park is mainly dedicated to the tiger reserve. According to all India tiger estimation reports, there are 215 tigers in Jim Corbett national park and it’s the highest tiger count in the country.
The Royal Bengal Tiger
Along with tigers, there are elephants, gharials, king cobra, wild rats, birds, Indian rhinoceroses, wild bears, sambar, and lions. About 400 varieties of flora are shown here. It is one of the most protected areas by the Terai Arc Landscape program (TAL). This is a perfect natural habitat. Also, IUCN categorized national parks.
This is divided into 5 major zones namely- Dhikala, Jhirna, Dhela, Bijrani, and Durga Devi. The majority of birds are shown in the Sitabani zone. Among all the zones, Dhikala zone is the best. Dhela and Jhirna zone open throughout the year while Bijrani opens from 1st October to 30th June. Durga Devi and Dhikala open from 15th November to 15th June.
The temperature of this place does not go above 40°C. It remains 0°C to 30°C in the winter season. During the monsoon, it rains heavily. More than 70 thousand tourists come to visit this place every year.
When it comes to traveling, this national park should be on the wish list. Nature always gives pleasure and it is irreplaceable. Spending time here would be the heavenly experience ever. Loving and protecting natural resources is the noblest job. Because it’s all about the protection of our environment.
How to reach:♢ This is 260km distance from Delhi and 15km distance from Ramnagar. Ramnagar is the nearest railway station.
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