Jim Corbett National Park

Jim Corbett National Park

About Jim Corbett National Park

Jim Corbett National Park is a forested wildlife sanctuary in northern India’s Uttarakhand State. Rich in flora and fauna, it’s known for its Bengal tigers. Animals, including tigers, leopards, and wild elephants, roam the Dhikala zone. On the banks of the Ramganga Reservoir, the Sonanadi zone is home to elephants and leopards, along with hundreds of species of birds.
Garjiya Devi Temple

Garjiya Devi Temple is a noted Devi temple located in the Garjiya village near Ramnagar, Uttarakhand, India, on the outskirts of the Corbett National Park. It is a sacred Shakti shrine where Garjiya Devi is the presiding deity. 
Jim Corbett Museum

Jim Corbett Museum in the former home of conservationist Jim Corbett on the tiger reserve named in his honour.
Corbett Falls

Corbett Falls is a small, scenic waterfall nestled in a forest setting, accessible by car or on foot.
Corbett Tiger Reserve

Corbett Tiger Reserve park contains the largest population of tigers in the country and used to be private royal land.
Ramganga Dam

Ramganga Dam, also known as the Kalagarh Dam, is an embankment dam on the Ramganga River 3 km upstream of Kalagarh in Pauri Garhwal district, Uttarakhand, India. It is located within the Jim Corbett National Park.
Corbett National Park Jeep Safari

Explore the wilderness of Corbett National Park through Jeep safari and enjoy the natural beauty of Corbett National Park as well as wildlife.
Pawalgarh Conservation Reserve

Pawalgarh Conservation Reserve is a large area of hills and plains is preserved to protect the native flora and fauna found within it.

Dhikala forest lodge is a govt forest rest house in the Corbett national park. it is located in the core area of Corbett national park.
Sitabani Temple

Sitabani Temple is dedicated to Sita, the female protagonist of the Hindu epic Ramayana.
Kosi River

Koshi or Kosi River drains the northern slopes of the Himalayas in Tibet and the southern slopes in Nepal. the Koshi River is also known as Saptakoshi for its seven upper tributaries.
Best Time To Visit Jim Corbett National Park

The best time to visit Jim Corbett National Park is during winters from November to February as it is the only period of the year when all zones of the park are open for tourists and one can easily spot animals, including Tiger, enjoying a sunbath. Summers are quite hot and humid with the mercury touching up to 40°C and it is highly suggested to avoid making a trip to Corbett during monsoon because of its rich floral vegetation and washed away roads. Summer in Jim Corbett falls between the periods of March to mid of June. During the warm months, the temperature remains quite high going up to 40 °C.  This season is called to be the best visiting season as it allows visitors to spot most of the animals inhabiting the park. The monsoon season is not considered ideal for visitors at Jim Corbett National Park, but it appeals to visitors for the lesser crowds. The weather is amazing but this season accompanies a great risk of landslides and soil erosion. In the winter season or a period of October to February, you will find this park a true abode of a variety of birds. Besides birds, you can also sight majestic Bengal tiger roaming around the park in the winter season.

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