In 1936, Jim Corbett National Park, called Hailey National park then was established to protect the endangered Bengal Tiger. It is oldest national park in India and is located in the Nainital district of the Indian state Uttarakhand. It was also the first national park to come under the ‘Project Tiger’ initiative.
Situated 60 Kilometers from Nainital, Jim Corbett National park is called the land of roar, trumpet and songs. It hosts one of world’s most wonderful wildlife and is home to the world’s largest population of Tigers and a number of rare species in the country. Jeep Safari in Corbett National park provides tourists with the opportunity to explore the affluent flora and fauna in the region along with the exquisite wildlife spotting. Away from the hustle and bustle of city, calm, non-mechanized voyage into the deep parts of nature.
There are four Safari zones in the Jim Corbett National Park; Jhirna, Bijrani, Durgadevi, Dhikala. Book jeep safari in Jim Corbett in any of the four zones to experience an exhilarating foray into the wild. Regular safaris are conducted in the morning and evening and around thirty jeeps can enter the park at one time. Jhirna, 16 Kilometers from Ramnagar is open to tourists year round and is open from 6 to 9.30 A.M and 2.30-5.30 P.M. Bijrani is 2 Kilometers from Ramnagar and is open from October through June. Durgadevi is 28 Kilometers from Ramnagar and is famous for Mahasheer fishes and a variety of bird species. The duration of the Safari is around 3-3 ½ hours and helps you cover maximum area in a short time span.