Jim Corbett National Park
Named after the legendary naturalist and conservationist Jim Corbett, Jim Corbett National Park is India’s oldest and most prestigious National Park. This is the place where Project Tiger was first launched in 1973 to protect the most endangered Royal Tiger species. It is located at the Himalayas’ foothills, near the popular hill station of Nainital
The park is spread over an area of 520 km2. Whole of it comprises hills, marshy depressions, riverine belts, grasslands, and large lakes.
The fauna species found at Corbett are Royal Bengal tiger, Asiatic elephant, bear, a variety of deer, otters, other animals, and over 650 species of domestic and migratory birds. the park also interestingly contains 488 different species of plants.
Corbett National Park is divided into zones where you can enjoy wildlife safari.
Birjani Zone, where you can enter from Amanda gate.
Jhirna Zone, with permitted entry from Dhela gate
Dhikala Zone, the entry gate of which is Dhangari gate.
Durgadevi Zone, whose entry gate is Durgadevi gate
Dhela Zone, with entry gate Dhela, derived from the zone name itself i.e. Dhela gate
Sonanandi Zone, where you can enter from the Vatanvasa gate
Pakhro Zone, with the entry gate of the same name, Pakhro gate
Booking a Corbett Safari
The Growing Wild offers the greatest Corbett jeep safaris in all of the park’s safari zones. We have our own fleet of jeeps, as well as an excellent staff of drivers who are well-versed in jungle routes, tiger tracking, and forest flora and animals. Our customer-friendly and story-telling drivers appropriately advise our guests with all of their forest and wildlife knowledge. Prior booking is required for a Jim Corbett safari in order to get a suitable wildlife zone.
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