Corbett Tiger Reserve, also known as Jim Corbett National Park, is a protected area located in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand, India. It was established in 1936 as the Hailey National Park and was later renamed after Jim Corbett, a British-Indian conservationist and author who played a key role in the establishment of the park.
The reserve spans over an area of 520 square kilometers and is home to a wide range of flora and fauna, including over 500 species of plants, 50 species of mammals, and 600 species of birds. The park is most famous for its population of Bengal tigers, which are estimated to number around 250.
Other notable wildlife species found in the park include elephants, leopards, sloth bears, Indian pangolins, and various species of deer and antelopes. The reserve also has a significant population of reptiles and amphibians, including various species of snakes, lizards, and frogs.
The Corbett Tiger Reserve is a popular tourist destination and attracts thousands of visitors each year. Visitors can explore the park on foot or on elephant back, and there are also opportunities for jeep safaris and birdwatching. The park is open to visitors from November to June each year, and is closed during the monsoon season from July to October.
To book a Jim Corbett jeep safari, customers need to provide basic information about all members of their party, like name, age, gender, and ID number. Our jeeps are registered with Corbett Tiger Reserve and we only work with drivers who know the ins and outs of the jungle, so customers can rest assured they're in good hands. We'll send a confirmation voucher to the customer's email address with all the details of the jeep and driver once we receive the advance amount.