Aside from being the country’s first national park, Jim Corbett is one of India’s most well-known parks. This 1318 sq. km. park, which is in the state of Uttarakhand, is home to hundreds of different animal species, millions of plants, and thousands of different bird species. You absolutely must visit Jim Corbett at least once if you are going anywhere this weekend. Adventure activities like riding elephants, camping, and trekking are also available here in addition to the Jungle Safari. Let us show you this amazing location in this new ‘Musafir Hoon Yaaron‘ episode.
All of India’s major cities are easily accessible by air, road, and rail from Jim Corbett. It is roughly 250 km away from New Delhi by road, and the trip usually takes 5 hours. You must arrive at Patnagar airport, which is 50 kilometres from JCNP, if you are travelling by air. Jim Corbett is 12 km away from Ramnagar Railway Station. There are lots of activities at Jim Corbett. A unique feature of this park is Aahana the Corbett Wilderness, which offers amenities like a swimming pool, a nature walk, an ayurvedic spa, and opportunities for bird watching. You can schedule your safari in this park based on its four zones. There are two types of safaris in Jim Corbett National Park: jeep and canter. Canter Safari is available only in the main area of the park, like the Dhikala.
You can spot the famous Bengal tiger in this area. The park has a sacred temple (Garjiya Devi Temple) situated on a large rock near the Kosi River. It is one of the most famous temples in Nainital district and is thronged by thousands of devotees between November and December. The special attraction here is the ancient idol of Lakshmi-Narayan (Vishnu) from the 9th century. It is considered most auspicious to visit this temple on Kartik Purnima. Watch some unexplored places in Jim Corbett National Park in this video.
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