Jim Corbett National Park, named after a famous hunter and British naturalist ‘Jim Corbett’ was the first national park in India. The park is spread along the catchments of two rivers ‘Kosi’ and ‘Ramganga’ in the state of Uttarakhand and covers an area over 1200 sq. km. It is the most famous national park in India because of its biological diversity and its geographical position at the bottom of the Himalayas. It provides natural shelters to over 350 species of mammals, 2000 species and subspecies of birds, 500 species of amphibians, reptiles and fish, 110 species of trees and 51 species of shrubs.
|Visa requirements||Requires country entry permits and other first point entry visas issued by Indian Embassy.|
|Languages spoken||Hindi & English|
|Currency used||Indian Rupees (₹)|