Jim Corbett national park is India's first national park and is considered to be one of the finest places in the world to spot tigers. It frequently is listed as one of the best managed parks in the world. It was declared a national park in 1937 and was listed as a Project Tiger in 1973. Apart from tigers, other big species that can be spotted are Leopards, Wild Elephants, and Deers etc. The park can be explored in an open Jeep Safari and Elephant Safari. The park ahs various entrances and various areas of park are known for different species. For Ornithologists, there are guided walks into the Jungle and one walk can result in spotting of many species of birds. Some of the common birds are Indian Roller, various species of Hornbills, eagles, egrets, Drongos etc. The best time to visit national park is between Nov and April. Nov and December are known for bird-watching and March and April is known for Tiger and Leopard spotting. Approach: 262 Kms from New Delhi and well connected by road

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