Jim Corbett National Park and Vacations

Jim Corbett National Park is located in the District of Nanital, Uttrakhand and is considered to be the vital paradise for the lovers of Wild Life in India as well as those from abroad also. The Total Area of Jim Corbett National Park is extended over 1318 sq, kms. And the Valleys of Jim Corbett National Park are very attractive and the Tourist will definitely be fascinated on seeing the Untouched Nature of the Valley as it creates a truly spell bound atmosphere that is worth living. Corbett National Park has captured the imagination of many with its diverse wild life and breathtaking landscapes. The natural uniqueness of the area was recognised long ago and so in 1936 Corbett attained the distinction as the first national park to be established in mainland Asia. In the Jim Corbett National Park, the tourist can take the Elephant Safari or Jeep Safari for the enjoy Local Wild Life inhabiting the National Park, For Adventure Activities Like rock climbing, rappelling, slithering, hot air balloon, river crossing and rafting and the Museum offers rare history of Jim Corbett National Park. The Ideal Time suited for visiting Jim Corbett National Park is Mid November through Mid June.

The Several Jim Corbett National Park Resorts and Jim Corbett National Park Hotels Accommodations are available in and around the Van City of Jim Corbett National Park. Corbett Park Resort One of them is attached to Valleys and Jim Corbett Resort provides you excellent experience of Wild Life and Nature. Jim Corbett National Park is surrounded with many endangered and vanishing species.

Although the main Highlights of Jim Corbett Park are  in danger of extinction Bengal Tiger, Leopards and Crocodiles yet Other Wild Life Animals Like Sambas , Hogs, Otter, Boars, Elephants, Sloths Gorals Pangolins and Languor’s can also be easily spotted here.

It is very Adventures Place for Tourists. The Charm of Jim Corbett National Park is Further Enhanced with the Presence of Black Bucks spotted…

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