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Jim Corbett Tour by Uttarakhand Holidays Private Limited

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Jim Corbett National Park is one of the most beautiful and largest National Parks in India. It is situated in the Pauri District in the state of Uttarakhand. This reserve center cover an area of 1319 sq km which makes it a large national park and the park is one of the oldest National parks situated in India. The park is situated at an elevation of 1300 feet above the sea level. Jim Corbett is a remarkable place where you can spot endangered animals, rich and attractive Fauna and Flora, thick forest, Pleasant Climate, large land, beautiful lakes, Green meadows, amazing birds species, etc makes the destination attractive. Thousands of the tourists from all around the world visit Jim Corbett. It is a biggest tiger reserve center in Indian. The old name of park was Hailey National park but after renamed as ‘Jim Corbett National Park’. In 1936 it was declared as the first National Park established in Asia.

The great Hunter ‘James Edward Corbett’ is the founder of the National Park and he was spent his half of life to save the Animals. The National park got its name from ‘James Edward Corbett’ and in 1971 it came under ‘The Tiger Project’ when the Indian government launched the Ambitious Project. This national park is the home of Royal Bengal Tigers and Asiatic Elephants. More than 550 species of fauna, lots of Birds species, and other animals are founded here. Apart from a Tiger Reserve it also popularly known as the richest bird region of the country.

The National park is divided by the six different Zones like –

Dhikala Zone: Dhikala Zone is the largest Zone of Jim Corbett and rich in large variety of Flora and fauna. Mostly Sal trees are found here. It is considered as the best zone for Tiger Sightseeing and other animal like wild elephants, Spotted Deer, Hog Deer, Barking Deer etc are spot at Dhikala Zone.

Bijrani Zone: It is the second largest zone after Dhikala. The zone is surrounding by the Thick Sal Forest and various water streams. It is one of the best zones for spot the tigers.

Jhirna Zone: It is one of the most visited zones of Jim Corbett. It is one of the most visited. Apart from the Tigers you also see the wild bears are the major attraction of the place.

Dhela Zone: This zone opens throughout the year. A wide variety of trees like Sal, Haldu, Bahera, Rohini and Kusum trees are found here. The area is rich in fauna with the animals like Royal, Bengal Tiger, Leopards, wild elephants, Nilgai etc. It is well known as the vast range of Bird species.

Durga Devi Zone: Due to hilly environment it is one of the most popular Paradise for nature lovers. It is rich in water stream which is added the charm in the place. The most famous fish Mahsheer fish is found here.

Sitabani Forest: Natural views, dense forest, river streams and lots of old Temples makes the destination most beautiful. You will see elephants, deer, sambars, Nilgai, Tigers and Leopard etc.

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