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The Jim Corbett National Park
The Jim Corbett National Park represents the first marked efforts for natural conservation in India.Established in 1930s amid the growing concerns over the rapidly disappearing Bengal tigers, the park was initially called the Hailey National Park. It was renamed in 1957 after the death of the legendary hunter Jim Corbett. Corbett had lived in Nainital, his entire life before moving to Kenya, in 1947 – he was famous for hunting down more than two dozen man-eating tigers in the Kumaon region.

The Tiger Camp Resort, Corbett
The Tiger Camp Resort is located in a scenic landscape that lies between the reserved jungles of the Jim Corbett National Park and River Kosi. The resort offers magnificent views of nature and the famed wilderness of Kumaon. Fun filled pastimes, exciting adventure activities and a serene repose amidst nature’s lap, are all brought together in an appealing package by us at the Tiger Camp Resort in Corbett.


Trekking, rock-climbing, rappelling, tiger sighting and bird watching activities in and around the Corbett Park are bound to make your days exciting; additionally you can visit nearby museums, temples and waterfalls while visiting Corbett.

Tiger Camp Resort is rated among the top wildlife resorts of Corbett, and is the perfect place to take rest from the hectic city life and work schedules. Our expertly crafted cottages and refined hospitality act as the perfect antidote for a wearied body and mind; rejuvenate yourself, Book your stay now!

Environmental conservation is given top priority at Jim Corbett National Park and therefore certain activities might be subject to prior clarification by the governing authorities.

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The Jim Corbett National Park

Jim Corbett National Park represents the first marked efforts for natural conservation in India. Established in 1930s amid the growing concerns over the rapidly disappearing Bengal tigers, the park was initially called the Hailey National park. It was renamed in 1957 after the death of the legendary hunter Jim Corbett. Corbett had lived in Nainital his entire life before moving to Kenya in 1947 – he was famous for hunting down more than two dozen man-eating tigers in the Kumaon region.

Jim Corbett National Park covers an expanse of approx. 1300 sq. km. comprising of dense jungles, hills, river belts, marshes, grasslands and a lake. The Park is also a part of the Project Tiger by Government of India. More than 500 kinds of animals and plant species reside within the reservation and a large number of birds are also found here.

Corbett features a sprawling forest which consists of haidu, mango, peepal, rohini and sal trees. Its secluded nature and rich ecosystem was deemed ideal for launching the Project Tiger in 1973.
Climate & Weather
The Park flourishes in temperate climatic conditions and the mercury varies between 5-30 degrees (C) during winter and the summer temperature occasionally rising up to 40 degrees (C). Slight drizzles during the dry season make way for head winds and stormy rains in the monsoon months.
Attractions
• Dhikala - A popular tourist place within the Park, Dhikala also features an ancient rest house. Spectacular views of nature and wilderness can be had from the Patli Dun Valley.

• Jhirna Village - It was a native settlement which was relocated over the concerns of natural conservation. The Jhirna Range has many diverse flora and fauna native to itself, and is an ideal place for nature lovers to visit.

• Corbett Falls - The waterfall is located some distance away from Ramnagar. It is 20m high and a wonderful sight to behold.

• Garjiya Devi Temple- A famous shrine dedicated to Garjiya Devi, the temple is regularly visited by tourists coming to Corbett. A fair is organised here on Kartik Poornima.

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