Jim Corbett National Park
Jim Corbett National Park is one of the oldest national parks in India which is situated in Nainital. It was the first to come under the Project Tiger initiative. The park is named after the famous hunter and naturalist Jim Corbett. The park was built for the conservation of the flora and fauna of the region. Visitors can take a safari of the park and enjoy the beautiful ecosystem of the area and get a glimpse of the endangered Royal Bengal Tiger, Elephants, Spotted Deer, Sambar Deer, Tawny Fish Owl, Golden Jackal, Pallas Fish Eagle, etc.
Climate in Jim Corbett National Park: The park has temperate weather. The summers are hot and the temperature reaches up to 40 degrees Celsius. The park gets heavy rain fall during summers. The winters are pleasant from October to February and the temperature reaching up to 5 degree Celsius.
Best time to visit Jim Corbett National Park: The best time to visit the park is from November to February. The exotic destination of Jim Corbett National Park is visited by nature lovers, travelers and honeymooners.
How to reach Jim Corbett National Park: Jim Corbett National Park is at a distance of 244 km from Delhi via NH 9, which is a 5 ½ hrs drive and 336 km from Chandigarh via Nh 344, which is a 7 hrs drive. The nearest railway stations are at a distance of around 89 km, 69 km and 110 km in Ramnagar, Gaushala and Kotdwar respectively and the nearest airport is at a distance of around 82 km in Pantnagar.
Things to do in Jim Corbett National Park: Jungle Safari, Elephant Ride, Corbett Waterfall, River Rafting, Garjia Temple, Corbett Museum, Dhikala, Birjani, Jhirna, Kosi River, Angling Fishing, Durga Mandir, Sitabani Temple, Gyan Yatra, Durga Devi Zone