Jim Corbett Park (63-km Southwest Of Nanital, Uttranchal)
is most exciting animals, the Bengal Indian Tiger and the Asiatic
Elephant are found in most regions, and the tiger originated in
Central Asia and migrated over the great Himalayas to the dense tropical
forests, adapting itself well to the plains. We provide detailed
information to tourists for tourism in north India wildlife like Jim
Corbett Park of Uttaranchal. It is located in Kalagarh and
Ramnagar Forest Divisions in Garhwal region and
Nainital districts. It is also called Hailey National park in
past time. Jim Corbett Park is spread over an area of 521sq.km.
The famous land of Jim Corbett is a glory for nature lovers. Jim Corbett
National Park covers the magnificent ranges of the Himalayas. Patlidoon
bordering the river Ramganga and undulating Shivaliks with
flat plains known as "Chaurs". Here is a dynamic ecosystem with a
variety of cover and trees of Sal, Khair, Kisson, etc. capable of
sustaining diverse fauna.
wildlife of Uttaranchal Jim Corbett National Park consists of a great
variety of flora and fauna species like elephants, tiger, panther, wild
boar, sloth bear, leopard, cat, jungle cat, cheetah, swamp deer, hog
deer, barking deer, nilgai, languor, rhesus monkey, nuggar gharial,
monitor lizard, python, peafowl, jungle fowl, partridges etc.
Besides the Indian wildlife on show here, there are many other tourist
attractions in Jim Corbett National Park like Corbett Wildlife Museum,
Dhikala, Bijrani, Crocodile Pool, Jhirna rest
house, Corbett fall, Getheryo Library, Garjia
temple, and the Jim Corbett House.
The lower region of Jim Corbett National Park is covered by the Sal
trees, and the higher regions have a larger range of plants and
trees. Travel to Corbett National Park is found in varieties of