Everyone of us has heard of the oldest National Park, the Jim Corbett National Park. With a range of 500 square kilometers and a mesmerizing green terrain, it is still a favorite of tourists from all over India. Though the tigers stand out, a variety of wildlife can be seen in the park. Elephant backs and open-roofed Jeeps are the most suggested mode of transport. Being the oldest national park of India, it launched the ‘Project Tiger’ in the year 1973. The forest nearly covers 73% of the park. The dense deciduous forests and pristine riverine belts make it a great family destination. November to February is the best time to visit as the weather is indeed nice at that time. The park closes every year from mid-June to mid-September due to the mating season. Have a picnic near Corbett Falls, witness tigers at Bijrani, learn from the Corbett museum and you are sure to go back with a suitcase load of memories.
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