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Jim Corbett National Park is considered as the main wildlife attraction of Uttarakhand (Best wildlife safari in Uttrakhand). It is located between the two main regions of this state – Kumaon and Garhwal. It’s named after the legendary tiger-hunter Jim Corbett (1875 – 1955). He has contributed to put Kumaon on the map via his book, The Man Eaters of Kumaon. The park is spread over 1318 sq kms, containing a variety of wildlife, bird life in its grassland, Sal forests, riverine belts and amazing scenic location of the Himalayan foothills. “Best wildlife safari in Uttrakhand” “camping in jim corbett” “Uttrakhand birding tour in jim Corbett” “Jungle safari in jim Corbett” “jeep safari in jim Corbett.

Jim Corbett National Park (Jungle safari in jim Corbett) is the ultimate place for a tourist who is interested in watching tigers. In India, this place has the highest number of tigers in its amazingly widespread flora and fauna. It carries the glory of being accorded as the oldest national park in India. Although it has been coined the term Tiger Reserve, there are many other prestigious animals that consider this place as their home. The diversity of wildlife, flora and fauna, here, draws thousands of bewildered spectators to this place every year from all parts of the world."Best wildlife safari in uttarakhand".

Uttrakhand Birding Tour

Uttarakhand is rightly called a paradise for birdwatchers.

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Jungle safari in jim Corbett

A Jungle Safari would let you explore the beauty of the flora & fauna by being as close to nature as one can be.

Jungle Safari

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Camping

Corbett National Park is one such destination where Mother Nature is found at her best

History of  Corbett National Park

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One of the oldest national parks in India, Corbett National Park was established in 1936 as Hailey National Park. Prior to its formation, the park was the private property of Tehri Garhwal princely state. The Raja of Tehri ceded a part of the region to the East India Company in exchange for their assistance to remove Gurkhas. It was also the territory of Boksas, a tribe from the Terai who used to grow crops, but in 1860 they were ousted by the British.

The park has gone through many name changes too, and so is its area. In 1954-55, its name was changed from Hailey National Park to Ramganga National Park and was again renamed in 1955-56 as Corbett National Park. The current name of the park - Corbett National Park was made in the honor of a well-known author and wildlife conservationist, Jim Corbett, who also played a key role in its establishment.

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UTTARAKHAND SAFARI HOLIDAYS ARE TRULY UNIQUE

Uttarakhand is one of the best tourist destinations in India with its beautiful, colorful and exotic places. The place of myths and mountains, Uttarakhand has a dramatic terrain with towering peaks, placid lakes and gorging rivers. The twisting roads through thick forests lead to many spectacular sights. Boasting the best wildlife tours in Uttarakhand,Enjoy a thrilling expedition in Corbett National Park, the oldest wildlife sanctuary in India. Placed in the foothills of the Himalayas amidst its splendid landscape, lush greenery and the diverse wildlife, Corbett calls out to the wildlife lovers and those seeking a break from the mundane routine.

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