Jim Corbett National Park is one of the biggest and oldest national parks of India which was established in 1936. The park was built with the objective to provide a protective area to endangered animal in India, especially Royal Bengal tiger. Shine Gold Tours India is now offering an India wildlife tour to Corbett National Park that provides an exclusive opportunity to explore Indian wildlife. It is situated in the Himalayan region and that makes this place even more worthwhile to visit and that is the reason why this pace is so popular among wildlife and nature lovers. Every year over hundred thousand people come to this park from India and other countries.
The area covered by Jim Corbett National Park is around 520 sq kms, 75 percent of this area is covered by trees with more than 100 tree species and 10 per cent of the area consists of grasslands. There are more than 150 Tigers in the park and generally visitors who come here for a wildlife tour in the park have a wish to watch this endangered species. Corbett National Park is a perfect place for bird watching lovers too and International tourists come over here for bird watching tours. There are more than 500 types of words having been seen so far in the park.
Ramganga is the most prominent river in the Jim Corbett National Park. Ramganga flows through the park and traverse around 40 kms inside the park, and it wouldn't be wrong to say that it is lifeline of the park. It is home to many species such as endangered Gharials, Crocodiles, Turtles and many varieties of fishes. In the winter season Ramganga hosts a wide variety of migratory bird species from Europe and Central Asia. Kosi is another major river of the Corbett National Park, although Kosi flows partially in the park but many wild animals from Corbett are dependent on this river during the crunch time especially to satisfy drinking needs. Like Ramganga, it too attracts migratory bird species.
As far fauna is concerned in the Jim Corbett National Park, Royal Bengal tiger is the most famous animal in the Corbett. It is believed that the total number of Bengal Tigers in the world is 4000 and around 1000 of them are in India. The Asian Elephant, largest of the land mammals can also be seen here. Corbett National Park houses around 590 species of birds, more than 25 reptile species and around 50 species of mammals. The park is a heaven for wildlife lovers.
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