Corbett National Park celebrates 75 years of success

The land where beauty meets wildlife, Asia’s first national park – the Jim Corbett National Park becomes 75 this year. Located in the Shivalik foothills of Uttarakhand, the national park has also become one of the main nurseries for India’s tiger conservation movement.


Today it is most demanded wildlife destination in India. People from every corner of the world come to experience the thrill of the park.


It is said that one in every eight tigers of India, live in Jim Corbett Park. According to the latest survey more than 200 tigers live in Corbett landscape which is spread across the land of 2,000 square kilometres of grasslands, river belts, marshy depressions and hilly areas.


Tigers are not the single attraction of visitors, there is also an abundance of  other wildlife; elephants, sloth bears, nilgai, sambar, various deer species including spotted deer, hog deer, and barking deer, and leopards These unique sights attract visitors from all over the world. The national park also has a number of resorts and hotels in Corbett addin luxury and comfort to a wildlife adventure.


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