Jim Corbett National Park is popular for the spotting of Bengal tigers and other different species of flora and fauna. The oldest N.P. gets its name from late Jim Corbett who hunted the man-eating Tigers of this region. Safari in this area is dangerous yet one of the most adventurous things to do in Northern India. In an area of 520.8 sq. km, this area consists of flora and fauna of more than 1100 species. Jim Corbett National Park is a paradise for eco-tourists around the world.
Undoubtedly one of the most diverse lands also provides different adventurous activities apart from safari. This park is an ideal habitat for many animals living in it. Another thing is that this park follows many ground rules which are essential for preventing degradation of the ecosystem here. Among many great things, saving the crocodiles and Gharials by captive breeding deserves your applause. You can also go fishing in some of the permitted areas here. So Jim Corbett National Park is a great way to enjoy nature at its best.
Birds viewing trip
River rafting and rope Slithering
Body surfing and other river sports