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Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand

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Covering 520 square kilometres, Jim Corbett National Park is home to a wide variety of landscapes, including lakes, grasslands, marshy depressions, hills, and riverine belts. In addition to the Bengal tigers for which the park is named, more than 650 species of birds, 50 species of raptors, 33 species of reptiles, seven species of amphibians, seven species of fish, and 36 species of dragonflies call this protected area home. Otters and endemic fish-eating crocodiles, among other rare species, can also be seen. An unforgettable experience in this location is a wildlife safari, whether it be in an open jeep or on the back of an elephant. It’s one of the few parks in the country where overnight stays are permitted. Originally established in 1936 under the name Hailey National Park, this area is now a part of the Corbett Tiger Reserve. Additionally, it holds the distinction of being the site of Project Tiger’s inaugural 1973 launch.
Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand

Nearby Places to See

Garjia Devi Temple
Located in Garjia village on the outskirts of the national park, this Shakti temple is perched on a 25-foot-tall vertical piece of rock in the Kosi river. Thousands of devotees visit the temple on auspicious days and bathe in the river. The goddess has been revered ever since the lost temple was discovered in 1840.
Garjia Devi Temple
Corbett National Park
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