Jim Corbett National Park Located in the foothills of great Himalayas and extending over an area of more than 500 sq km, the first wildlife reserve in India, Jim Corbett is one of the most favoured destinations of tourist interest, lies in Nainital in the state of Uttarakhand. The total area of the Reserve is 1318.54 sq.kms consists 520 sq.kms of core area and 797.72 sq.kms of buffer area. The core area creates the National Park while the buffer contains reserve forests 496.54 sq.kms as well as the Sonanadi Wildlife Sanctuary 301.18 sq.kms. The major part of this park is encircled by the North by the Kanda Ridge, with the height of 1043 meter at its highest point. Most of the area of the reserve is mountainous and falls in the shivalik and Outer Himalaya geological region. It makes the catchments area of the Ramganga, a branch of the Ganga.
This wildlife reserve has been the most favoured spot for many visitors and wildlife lovers for a long time.Tourism activity is only allowed in selected areas of Corbett Tiger Reserve so that all the people get an opportunity to explore its splendid landscape and the wildlife diverse floras and faunas. apart from exploring its diverse wildlife, one can participate in several adventure activities such as thrilling Corbett wildlife tour and jeep safari, according to a two-and-a-half-year long survey organized by a team of wildlife experts, there are about 580 bird species, 25 reptile species, 50 mammal species, and 110 tree species in the wildlife in
Corbett National Park. Various wildlife in Corbett National Park
is less than large mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians,
fishes, insects, mollusks, crustaceans and more. But Corbett
National Park is known for its cruel and beautiful Royal Bengal
Tigers. And its victims such as various kinds of deer, wild boar
and other less animals and its victims such as 4 types of deer,
wild boar and other less animals. Park Royal offers friendly
environmental conditions for development and survival of Bengal.