Jim Corbett National Park Kahan Hai

Jim Corbett National Park Kahan Hai– this question is being asked by many visitors before visiting the park. But no worries here today; Subhash Chaudhary ( Jim corbett national park Expert) will guide you in detail.

Jim Corbett National Park is Situated in the Ramnagar City of Uttarakhand in the Foothills of the Himalayas (Shivalik Hills). Two Major rivers, Ramganga and Kosi, Flowing Through Corbett Park.

Ramganga river is also called the lifeline of Jim Corbett as this river contains lots of crocodile oaters and provides water for elephants, tigers, deers, and all flora and fauna inside the park.

Jim Corbett Have Two Sides to Visit. One Major Gate is At Ramanagr, and another is in Kotdwar City.

Kotdwar City is At the Extreme West of Corbett Park, and Ramnagar city is At the Extreme East of Jim Corbett National Park. Both have a 150 km distance which took 3 hours journey.

Kotdwar side contains Pakhro gate and Vatanvasa gate which lie inside Sonanadi range of corbett park.

Jim Corbett National Park Kahan Hai

Jim Corbett National Park Kahan Hai– Corbett Park is a Project Tiger Reserve in Uttarakhand’s Nainital district and is part of the larger Corbett Tiger Reserve. The abundance of tigers in Corbett’s magnificent setting is legendary. Corbett is India’s oldest and most famous national park, established in 1936 as Hailey National Park. It is also remembered as the zone of Project Tiger’s inception in 1973. The Royals of India are known as Tigers, and this rare tiger area is considered the birth father of Project Tiger in India to safeguard the most endangered species.

Hills, marshy depressions, river banks, grasslands, and big lakes make up its 520 square kilometers of land. It is one of the rare tiger reserves in India that permits overnight stays within the national park’s boundaries. On an open four-wheeler Jeep and elephant back, visitors may observe nature and wildlife in the garden. Jim corbett is one of the most sought-after destinations for wildlife lovers, with a substantial population of tigers and unique species such as otters and crocodile-eating indigenous fish. Dhikala is the most popular resort, located on the edge of the broad Patil Doon valley.

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