Jim Corbett National Park is a place that doesn’t require a formal introduction. It is the oldest national park of India and set amidst the intriguing foothills of snow-clad Himalayas. If you dig the history, Jim Corbett National Park was formerly known by the names of Hailey National Park and Ramganga National Park. Since the park vicinity is fed by the waters of the river Ramganga, the Indian Government decided to name it Ramganga. Currently, the world knows it by the permanent name Jim Corbett Park.
Jungle Safari in Jim Corbett National Park
There are five popular zones for enjoying the venture of jungle safari in Jim Corbett National Park.
Dhikala Zone- Dhikala is a famous zone for relishing the venture of safari. The daytime safari in Jim Corbett can be enjoyed via canter. Jeep safari is also available for accommodated individuals
You can also book accommodation in Dhikala 45 days before the visit.
Jeep Safari Day Visit Zone
Other zones for day-safari in Jim Corbett include the areas of Bijrani, Jhirna, Durga Devi, Dhella, and Sitabeni.
Jim Corbett National Park is a natural habitat for various mammalian species. Owing to its extensive range of flora and fauna, people praise this national park for its biodiversity. Species of different animals like the tiger, leopard, elephant, and deer can be spotted here. Moreover, wild boar, sloth bear, Himalayan black bear, Indian civet, palm civet, yellow-throat marten, marsh crocodile, mongoose, otters etc., also reside in Jim Corbett National Park.
During winters, the migratory birds also swarm to Jim Corbett National Park and enhance its charm.