Jim Corbett National Park
If any national park in India is as much popular as Taj Mahal in Agra, it is one and only Jim Corbett National Park. A brainchild of British Conservationist by the same name, the park became a reality in 1936. Today hundreds of wildlife species have made it their home and feel secure in the arms of nature, especially the ruthless predators- Royal Bengal Tigers. These exotic species are being conserved with the aid of Project Tiger.
Located in Nainital district of Uttarakhand on the banks of River Ramganga, the Park is an amusement for those who love to see Nature-as-it-is; this is something which keeps getting rarer in city life. Running Cheetals, Sambhars, hunting leopards, roaring tigers, singing birds, and other such sights are glimpses of divine scenery painted with the medium of powerful colors of creation.
The park also comes with the opportunity of visiting nearby places like Dhikuli, Kalagarh Dam, Corbett Falls, etc are some of attractions that keep tourist on lookout for add-ons to their wildlife trip to the park.
There are various safaris that could be enjoyed in the park include Jeep as well as Elephant Safari, and this comes in addition to the accommodations inside the park for a real jungle feeling surrounded by the thrilling sounds that may be scary to others.