Jim Corbett National Park Tourism Guide
Located at Himalayans foothills, Jim Corbett National Park is one of the oldest National Park of India established in 1936 as Hailey National Park. This place globally get famed because of giving homage to the world’s critically endangered species like the Royal Bengal Tiger, vibrant flora and fauna including rare other species.
Apart from that, this place is a home to around 50 species of trees, 580 bird species and 50 species of animals along with 25 reptile species spread over an area of more than 500 sq km covering riverine belts, hills, marshy depressions, lakes, streams and grasslands. This wildlife reserve park is a perfect treat for wildlife enthusiasts and photographers. A jungle safari is must for a life changing experience.
Places to See in Jim Corbett National Park
Built to commemorate Jim Corbett, the world famous tiger conservationist, Corbett Museum is a bungalow, located at Kaladhungi. This place used to be a living place of Jim Corbett which now turned in a museum to reserve his memoirs, his personal belongings and letters written by him. This place also protects all the antiques and rare photographs of his times.
This 66 ft. high serene waterfall is a sight that cannot be missed, especially on full-moon nights. Surrounded by dense forests and very enchanting environment, this place attracts all nature lover to enjoy this magnificent fall.
Dhikala at Jim Corbett National Park, is one of the most popular tourist destination and a perfect place to stay for a life changing experience. Herds of Chitals and Elephants are visible from this place which fascinated the tourist the most. Located at the adobe of the National park,Dhikala Forest is known as core area of Jim Corbett National Park, Dhikala is the main administrative centre at the Corbett Park. Dhikala can be accessed via Ramnagar.
Dhikala is the most popular tourist destination to stay at while visiting Jim Corbett National park area.
Cuisines Must Try
The hotels and resorts at Jim Corbett Park offer rich and delicious North Indian, Chinese, Mughlai, Continental, Kumaoni and local cuisine. Other delicacies that should not miss are the Chicken, Kebab and other barbeque foods. However, alcohol beverages are strictly prohibited inside the park. The local cuisine also serves wonderful lip smacking delicacies such as Bhaang Ki Khatai, Kappa, Sisunak Saag, Aloo ke Gutke.
Transporting Inside Jim Corbett
Jeep Safari and elephant safari one of the two best and adventurous way to commute inside the park.