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Jim Corbett National Park

Named after legendary British tiger hunter and photographer Jim Corbett, this famous reserve was established as India’s first national park in 1936. The park is located in the foothills of the Himalaya’s on the Ramganga River and astonishingly is home to over 580 species of bird as well as tigers, wild elephants, leopards, mugger crocodiles to name just a few species! There are five different zones within Corbett National Park with the Dhikala zone being the prime wildlife spotting area, however it is just open from mid November to Mid June, other areas of the park remain open all year round although sightings are more scarce.