All of your desires to have a close cut off with the Royal Bengal Tiger and One-horned Rhinoceros can come true, when you will visit the heaven of adventure and wild life lovers Jim Corbett National Park. Established in the year 1936, at Nainital district of Uttarakhand, India, Jim Corbett National Park is the first wildlife reserve of India and the perfect destination for adventure seekers and wildlife adventure lovers. Jim Corbett Park consists of 520.8 km2. area with hills, river belts, grass lands and large lake. 110 tree species, 50 species of mammals, 580 bird species and 25 reptile species assisted in attracting more than 70,000 visitors (from India and abroad) per season.
With the possibility of establishing game reserve, Jim Corbett Park was established by the British Govt. under the name Hailey National Park. During the period of 1954–55, the park was renamed as Ramganga National Park. But finally, in 1955–56, the park was named as Jim Corbett National Park. It was named after the hunter and environmentalist Jim Corbett, who played an important role in the set up of the park.