Corbett jungle safari will lead you to the first national park of India i.e. Corbett national park, covers an area of 1200 sq .km near 115 km from the Nainital, the queen of Kumayun hills, Uttrakhand.. It was named after the Jim Corbett, legendary sportsman, great naturalist, eminent conservationist and a prolific writer, who spent some of the best and happiest years of his life in Kaladhungi and Nainital. It is one of the oldest parks in India, established in 1936.
The park is a paradise for nature and wildlife lovers, is the first park in India which include 520.8 sq km area of hills, riverine belts, marshy depressions, grass lands and large lake. The elevation varies from 1300 feet to 4000 feet. The vegetation of the park covers dense, mangrove, and evergreen coniferous trees in which sal, haldu, pipal, rohini and mango are common. Temperate broad leaves dominate the whole forest. Many medical herbs and plants are found in the majestic hills. The vegetation also covers alpine grasses and shrubs at higher altitudes.
Corbett national park is notable for the jewel of Indian wildlife, tigers. It is one of the oldest tiger reserve in India and there are more than 50 tigers has been spotted by the wildlife travelers. It is an unforgettable experience to watch tigers in their natural habitat hunting or sleeping in the shade. Apart from tiger it is an ideal home to 50 species of mammals and 25 species of reptiles such as Leopards, Elephant, leopard, ambar, Chital, Nilgai, Gazelles, Boars, Mongoose and Indian Hare, reptiles, snake and Crocodiles.
Now a day it emerges as a perfect destination for bird watchers which provides shelter to more than 250 endangered species of domestic as well as migratory birds such as Drongos, Blue-tailed Bee-eaters, Green Bee-eaters, Bush Quail, Indian Rollers, Great Indian Bustar, Larks, Imperial Sand Grouse, Eagles, Bustards, Sparrows, Demoiselle Cranes and Falcons.