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India’s first National Park, Corbett is a breathtaking wild refuge harbouring a sensational variety of free life.

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Jim Corbett Place, located within the landscapes of Uttarakhand, India, invites adventurers to join us on an extraordinary expedition into the heart of untamed wilderness.

At its core lies the Corbett National Park, a haven for nature enthusiasts and wildlife aficionados alike. This sanctuary, spanning over 1,200 km2, stands as a testament to the raw beauty and biodiversity of India.

Corbett National Park is synonymous with the regal Bengal tiger, embodying the essence of wild magnificence within its boundaries. Beyond its iconic inhabitants, the park boasts a diverse ecosystem encompassing flora and fauna, inviting visitors to immerse themselves in its enchanting surroundings.

As one navigates its winding paths, the air resonates with the melodies of exotic birds, while the jungle's elusive creatures reveal themselves amidst the lush greenery.

How is it?

Since Corbett was born as India’s first National Park, it has remained one of the country’s finest wild refuges harbouring a sensational variety of free life in the most breathtaking of settings. Any exaggeration in describing Corbett is quite impossible, for its enchantment defeats verbal articulation.

Located nicely between the Himalayas and the terai that stretch to Nepal, the Ramganga and her tributaries crisscross the park spawning some dramatic landscapes that dazzle with celestial beauty.

With rich disparity in habitat, ranging from plain to precipitous and dense forests to emancipating meadows, it supports a rich variety of precious natural treasures and adorns India’s crown as a gleaming jewel.

The pathways and ravines down which Jim Corbett once tracked tigers show traits of the Himalayan mountain system. The northern part represents the Lesser Himalayan belt, with an average altitude of 1800m comprising oak, pine and rhododendron, while most of the park occurs in the Shivaliks, where sal abounds.

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But perhaps the most emblematic of Corbett’s habitats are the chaur – vast tracts of magnificent grassland that are the result of ancient forest clearings made for agriculture, and are now a haven to many species that are specialized to living and feeding in the grasses. Nearly synonymous with the fabled Dhikala range of Corbett, chaur are favourite haunts of the majestic elephants and other smaller herbivores, which attract tigers too.

Life flourishes in every inch of Corbett.

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