February 17, 2019

Jim Corbett Natinoal Park - First National Park in Asia, Wildlife Tour India

Jim Corbett National Park


Fast-Facts Location: Nainital & Pauri Districts, Uttarakhand
Best Time to Visit: November to April ( open from 15 Nov to 15 June )
Area Coverage: 1,200 sq km
Nearest Town: Ramnagar 19kms
Nearest Hospital: Shanti Niwas Hospital, Meerapour road Bijnora
Nearest Police Station: Ramnagar
Attractions: Tigers, Leopards and Elephants.

Jim Corbett National Park: Asia's most seasoned National Park and India's First Tiger Reserve, Jim Corbett National Park lies in two areas Nainital and Pauri in Uttarakhand in northern India. The first region of the Park was 323.75 sq. km. to which 197.07 sq. km. was included later. The 521 sq. km region of the recreation centre together with the close by zone of Sonanadi Wildlife Sanctuary (301.18 sq. km) and Reserve timberland territories of Kalagarh Forest Division and the Ramnagar Forest Division frames the Corbett Tiger Reserve covering more than 1288 sq. km. It was set up as a National Park on August 8, 1936, and named after the Governor of the United Provinces, Sir Malcolm Hailey, as Hailey National Park. under the United Provinces National Parks Act of India. At that point, the holding zone was renamed in 1954-55 as Ramganga and in 1955-56 was given its present name Jim Corbett National Park. On April 1, 1973, Project Tiger was propelled with the assistance of World Wildlife support at Dhikala in Jim Corbett National Park.

Jim Corbett Natinoal Park - First National Park in Asia-Wildlife Tour India


On the ramganga river, there is a dam at Kalagarh which forms a huge lake to the west of Jim Corbett National park. A scope of slopes goes through the centre of the national park, generally east to west. The hills range from 400m (1,312ft) to 1,210m (3,970ft) in height. The Jim Corbett National park is essentially a large low valley. Corbett was the previous chasing protect of the Maharaja of Rewa and at present is a celebrated regular centre point for White Tigers. White Tigers, inhuman and dairy cattle populace in the start of the twentieth century, prompted the unsettling influence of this equalization, and the primary man-eaters began showing up. Before long the quantities of these man-eaters expanded and Kumaon wound up acclaimed. The recreation centre is named after Jim Corbett, an incredible seeker turned-conservator cum essayist, best known for his chasing campaigns of man-eating tigers and panthers in this locale in the primary portion of the twentieth century. The hunter Jim Corbett became famous with his leopard shooting exploits in this region. In his book "Temple Tiger", he depicts how he slaughtered the Champawat Tiger and the Panar Leopard, which had chased 836 people in the main decade of this century. Anyway, from the 1930s onwards, the number of tigers fell pointedly with the expansion in the number of seekers who had a place with the Indian royals also British sportsmen. The Jim Corbett National Park has a remarkably varied landscape with streams, rivers, mountains, hills, forests and grasslands. The Jim 
Corbett National Park is home to about 50 mammals species, 580 bird species, 25 reptile species and 110 tree species. The lower region is dominated by the Sal trees (Shorea robusta), and the higher regions have a larger variety of plants and trees. As you move further inside, you will find Chir (Pinus roxburghii), anauri (Legestroemia paruiflora) and Bakli (Anogeissus latifolia). Likewise found in different parts of the recreation centre is a wide range of assortments of bamboo. There is widespread weed - Lantana also in the Jim Corbett National park. Jim Corbett National Park is regarded as India's finest national park and its major attractions are the Tiger, Indian Elephant and Leopard.

Jim Corbett Natinoal Park - First National Park in Asia-Wildlife Tour India


Fauna of Jim Corbett National Park

As you wander through the park on the Elephants back on the way you will meet Tigers as well as its prey. There are four types of deer dwelling here. Chital (spotted deer), Sambar deer, Hog deer, Barking deer. Aside from these creatures like Elephants, Leopards/Panthers, Jungle felines, Fishing Cats, Leopard felines, Himalayan mountain bears, Sloth bears, Ghorals, Wild Boars, Pangolins, Jackals, Martens, Dholes, Civets, Mongooses, Otters, Hares, Porcupines, Macaques, Langurs and Blue Bulls (Nilgais) are some of the species which are found here.
If you love to watch birds then Corbett is a virtual haven for you. Jim Corbett & its adjoining area is home to more than 650 species of residents & migratory birds. Particularly Dhikala is the finest place to look for birds of prey, more than over 50 species of raptors alone shows the healthy biodiversity of the area. Their multiplex behaviour is intriguing & their varied songs are very much pleasing to the ear. In a nutshell, this finest national park of India is well known for rich & varied wildlife including royal Bengal tiger, elephant, four to five species of deer & rich birdlife.

Jim Corbett Natinoal Park - First National Park in Asia-Wildlife Tour India


Jim Corbett National Park: Avifauna

Corbett has 580 bird species officially recorded in its log books. It is home to Herons, Darters, Cormorants, Lapwings, Paradise Flycatchers, Munias, Weaver birds, Fishing Eagles, Serpent Eagles, Spotted Eagles, Black-throated Payas, Mynas, Jungle Fowl, Vultures, Thrushes, Barbets, Peacocks, peahens, Kingfishers, migrant Gulls, Moorhens, Ducks, Geese, Sandpipers, Nightjars, Doves, Plovers, Black-necked Storks, Parakeets, Owls, Cuckoos, Woodpeckers, Wagtails, Black-winged Kits, Drongos, Chir Pheasants, Kalij Pheasants, Grebes, Grey Lags, Snipes, Harriers, Ospreys, Minivets, Babblers, Hornbills, falcons and Stone Curlews.

Jim Corbett National Park: Reptiles

The main resident reptiles of this area, are the Gharial, they are rare Fish eating Crocodiles which have a long nose, and a few species of Turtles and Tortoises. The Indian Python, Viper, Cobra, Krait and King Cobra likewise possess the Jim Corbett National Park.
Jim Corbett National Park, The Tourist Zones: In a request to advance the travel industry in the district Jim Corbett National Park has been isolated into five unique zones. These are the stamped support or centre territory of the recreation centre where guests can be a enjoy of natural life safari and can appreciate the fascinating conduct of the creatures with uncovered eyes at nearness. Bijrani Safari Zone: Bijrani Zone is an extremely well-known visitor's centre in light of its copious normal magnificence and open meadows. The passage entryway of the zone is at just 01 Km from Ramnagar city.

Jim Corbett Natinoal Park - First National Park in Asia-Wildlife Tour India


Jim Corbett National Park, Jhirna Safari Zone: Jhirna is another imperative visitor zone in the Jim Corbett National park that is open for traveller around the year. Jhirna Gate has situated 16 km from Ramnagar city.

Jim Corbett National Park, Dhela Safari Zone: Dhela is another eco-the travel industry zone in Jim Corbett National Park incorporated into the tiger save zone in November 2014. This is the main territory in the save's cradle zone open to travellers in CTR. The zone is holding the consideration of an extensive number of traveller due to its well off widely varied vegetation, open consistently, situated at a rough separation of 13 Km from Ramnagar City.

Jim Corbett National Park, Dhikala Zone: Being the biggest and most changed zone in Corbett, Dhikala is acclaimed for its rich normal magnificence just as offering the best sight for fascinating fauna. The section entryway is 18 km far from Ramnagar city. Night remain inside the Dhikala Tourism Zone is very prescribed for the no-nonsense natural life devotees.

Jim Corbett National Park, Durga Devi Zone: Located on the north-eastern limit of the Jim Corbett National Park, Durga Devi zone is the paradise on planet earth for the individuals who are attached to winged animal viewing. Passage entryway is situated at an estimated separation of 36 km from Ramnagar city.
Sitabani Buffer Zone: Sitabani Zone doesn't situate under the Corbett Tiger Reserve territory. In the event that you are attached to the peaceful vibe of the regular excellence, must visit Sitabani territory.

Jim Corbett National Park: How to reach

By Air: Phoolbagh, Pantnagar is at a distance of 50 km is the nearest airport. Delhi at a distance of 300 km. The nearest international airport.
By Rail: Ramnagar or Kathgudam is maybe the best way to deal with the Jim Corbett National Park which shapes the home office of CTR. This little city is all around associated by street and rail coordinate with significant areas of India like Delhi, Moradabad, Nainital and Bareilly. When you reach Ramnagar, at that point it takes just 30 minutes to achieve Corbett National Park. The recreation centre is around 15 Kms from Ramnagar railroad station.
Howrah To Moradabad:
Train No
Train Name
Dep.
Arr.
12371
HWH JSM SF EXPRESS
Mon
08:15am
6:22am
22hr.7mn
12369

KUMBHA EXPRESS
Mon, Wed, Thu, Sat, Sun
13:00pm
12:47pm
23hr47m
12327

UPASANA EXPRESS
Tue Fri
13:00pm
12:47pm
23hr47m
13049

AMRITSAR EXPRESS
Daily
13:50pm

22:45pm
32hr55mn

By Road: Dhikala is 300 km from Delhi, 145 km from Lucknow, 86km from Nainital, 66km from Katgudam,112 km from Ranikhet and 51 km from Ramnagar. The route from Delhi spans Hapur-Murababad-Ramnagar. The turnoff is somewhere in the range of 7 km past Muradabad to left side, set apart by a little board. The course from Lucknow ranges Bareilly. Kichha. Rudrapur. Doraha. Kashipur. A portion of the fundamental section doors to the recreation centre is Dhangari entryway (20 km from Ramnagar), Amdanda entryway (2 km), Khara door (20 km), Durgadevi entryway (30 km), Vatanvasa entryway (40 km from Kotdwar) and Teria door

Jim Corbett National Park Season: Park stays open from 1st October to 30th June.

Jim Corbett National Park Section Fee:
1,000 for each Jeep Safari (for Indian, Maximum 6 Persons are permitted in ONE                    Jeep)
1,900 for each Jeep Safari (for 2 outsiders)
300 for every individual Elephant Safari (for Indian)
1,000 for every individual Elephant Safari (for an outsider)
200 for each individual Entry Fee For Indian
900 for every individual Entry Fee For Foreigner
10 for each individual Museum For Indian
50 for every individual Museum For Foreigner
3,300 for each individual for Foreigner, Maximum 6 Persons are permitted in ONE                  Jeep )

Jim Corbett National Park Timing:                  

All days of the week 6:30 AM - 10:00 AM (Jeep and Elephant Safari)
1:30 PM - 5:30 PM (Jeep and Elephant Safari)

Every day of the week 6:00 AM - 11:30 AM (Canter Safari)

Jim Corbett National Park  web site: 
                       https://www.corbettnationalpark.in/, Phone No: +91 8826678883,
                       +91 7838593770

Jim Corbett National Park: Where You Stay:

Corbett Pawalgarh Resort by VB9 (2100/-):  Distt Nainital, Pawalgarh, Jim Corbett National Park 263140, India Phone: 072101 33600

Safari Park Resort (2500/-):  Village Dhikuli, Dhikuli, 224715, Phone: 090155 00200
Web: http://safariparkresort.com/

The Corbett View Resort (1800/-):  Dhella Village ( Near Dhella & Jhirna Safari Gate) Phone: 7617530007, 9358192829, 9871010756, 9837080427
Web: http://www.thecorbettview.com/

Taarini Corbett Camp, Marchula (3000/-) : Taarini Camp, Jhargaon, NH 121, Mandal Range, Uttarakhand 244715 Phone: 097118 96343
Web: http://www.corbettcamp.in/

Karans Corbett Motel (1200/-):  Karans corbett motel Shankarpur Bhud, Manglar Road Shankarpur, Ramnagar Nainital, Uttarakhand 244715, Phone: 098374 68933
 Web: http://www.karanscorbettmotel.com/

SaalVan Spa & Resort (2700/-): National Highway 121, Saankar, Marchula, Mohan Range, Uttarakhand 244715 Phone: 070606 15577
Web: http://www.saalvannsparesort.com/


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