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About Jim Corbett National Park
Jim Corbett National Park – a paradise for people seeking peace, tranquility and adventure in the foothills of Himalayas. Established in 1936, it is the oldest National Park of the Indian sub-continent and is spread over 520 sq kms of forest, hills and grasslands fed by frisky river. In 1957 it has been named after legendary "James Edward Corbett" better known as "Jim Corbett", a hunter turned conservationist. Its proximity to Delhi and prolific wildlife makes Corbett one of the must visit destinations for residents and guests tempted to go beyond the borders of the capital of India.

Jim Corbett park is popularly known as "Land of Trumpet, Roar & Song" and is most famous for the largest concentration of tigers in India. Apart from tigers it also comprises of 110 species of trees, 51 shrubs, 27 climbers, 37 grasses, 50 endemic species of mammals, 26 reptiles and 7 amphibians. With over 580 species of resident and migratory birds recorded here, Corbett is a birdwatcher's paradise. Peacock, Kaleej Pheasant, Pallas's Fishing Eagle, White Collared Falconet, Storkbilled Kingfisher, Wall Creeper, Brown Fish Owl and several species of Bulbuls, Woodpeckers & Parakeets are some of the attractive birds found in the Corbett landscape.

All four seasons come into their own in this region, including red-gold autumn, a cold winter and a heavy monsoon. Most part of the year the climate of soothing with summers being bit hot during daytime but cools off as the day descends. In winters, however temperatures may drop between 2 and 16 degrees centigrade.

Corbett is a year round destination if you are a nature and wildlife lover and offer some reason or the other to visit in any season it witness.

October to March – The best time to visit the jungle safari with winters offering right climate & more chances for sighting of the king of jungle-Tiger and other wild animals & native birds.

April to June - Though the days are bit hot the temperature cools down as the day descends. Safaris can be undertaken during early hours and in afternoons.

June to September - If you wish to enjoy the monsoon then visit at this time when apart from rains you shall also witness lush green environs, no doubt it's a scene you would like to capture for your life and urge to come back again. Jhirna gate is open through the year for safaris.
Corbett Woods Resort
Village & PO Dhela,
Ramnagar-Jhirna Road,
Dstt Ramnagar, Uttarakhand, India
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