Jim Corbett National Park Attractions

The Jim corbett national park, located in the foothills of the Himalayas of India and the mountainous regions that fall in this region, is called the Himalayan shivalik. Jim corbett national park comprises three distinct districts, such as Nainital, Pauri Garhwal and Almora District. The geographical location of this Jim corbett park area gives it a wide variety of Best accommodation. A very prominent part of jim corbett park is situated amidst large hills and open grasslands and is also locally known as the Bhabar area. The forest in the national park at jim corbett is divided into separate zones that fully enhance its diversity at all levels, from a wide variety of plants to birds, animals, reptiles and insects.

Spotted Deer (Cheetal)

Chital (also known as Axis) in jim corbett national park, also known by the people as the spotted deer or ax deer, is a very excellent species of deer that is native to the Indian subcontinent. The species of this reindeer was first described by german naturalist Johann christian polycarp erkleben in 1777. It is a medium-sized deer, the male chital of this species is about 90 centimeters (35 in) long and the female deer is 70 cm (28 in) long. Which reaches our shoulders. While the male deer weighs about 30–45 kg (7–185 lb), the lighter female deer weighs about 25–75 kg (55–9 lb). This chital deer species is sexually dimorphic: males of this species of deer are larger than females, and antelope is present only on males. The upper part of this deer species is golden in color, which is covered with white spots. Their abdomen, tail, larynx, feet, ears and some inner parts of the tail are also white in color. This deer is three-storey, ancient, about 1 meter (3.3 ft) long.
Location:  Dhikala, Bijrani
Sighting Season:  Its sighting boths time winter and summer season.

Jackle

Jim corbett national park also has an omnivorous mammal of the genus Jackles, a species that includes wolves, coyotes, and a variety of domestic dogs. While the term "jackfruit" has historically been used for many small canids, in today's modern usage it usually refers to about three types of species: jackals, a black-backed sub-saharan sfrica of three kinds. Closely related are the second jackal and lateral-striped jackal, and the third golden jackal of south-central Eurasia, which is very closely related to all other members of the genus canis.
Location:  Dhikala, Bijrani
Sighting Timings:  Its sighting boths time winter and summer season.

Royal Bengal Tiger

Royal Bengal Tiger The Jim corbett royal bengal tiger (Panthera tigris) is considered one of the largest and most powerful animals in the cat species family. These Bengal tigers are mostly found in countries of Asia such as India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma and China etc. And it is the largest available in Jim corbett national park. Bengal tigers can climb large upright trees for hunting despite their huge bodies, even if they are not built for climbing. Jim corbett bengal tiger is the national animal of our India and - Royal bengal tiger is also a very great swimmer and has developed this skill completely within himself due to his habitat.
Location:  Dhikala, Bijrani
Sighting Timings:  Its sighting boths time winter and summer season.

Kingfisher Bird

This kingfisher bird (Aledo atithis) belongs to the family of the river called Kingfisher. There is a fairly wide range of kingfishers in Jim corbett national park, where a wide variety of subspecies also live. The adult male of this bird has a very beautiful shiny turquoise tail with a turquoise-green upper part. And the tail is blue. Its plumage is quite dark blue, and most of the bird's cover is turquoise in color, as well as some finely spotted spots. The undersides of this bird are dry-orange in color, it is slightly darker at the edges. On its head, the crown and malar stripe are of beautiful blue color, and of thin blue and black color. Its ear coverings are roof-orange in color. We can see a black blindfold of this bird. The chin, throat, and sides of the neck are white in color.
Location:  Dhikala, Bijrani
Sighting Timings:  Its sighting boths time winter and summer season.

Asian Paradise Flycatcher Bird

The Asian paradise fly catcher in im corbett is a schedule IV bird, the adult Asian paradise flycatcher of this species is about 18 to 22 cm in sizje. Its tail length is approximately 20 to 24 cm (adult male), with two central tails and wings extending to a 30 cm long dropper streamer. Their wings are about 86 cm to 92 cm. This bird species has two forms of male, one with rufous or shiny chestnut upper plumage and the other with white or dirty white plum color. The sides of its wings and the tail feathers are sometimes black. The dominant flycatcher bird of this Asian paradise is shiny black with a shiny black crown and crest. Their legs are short and they are sitting straight up. Their living bill is round and completely strong and completely black.
Location:  Dhikala, Bijrani
Sighting Timings:  Its sighting boths time winter and summer season.

Asian Elephant

Our country India is the current home of the largest number of Asian elephants among all Asian countries. This Asiatic Elephant (Elephas maximus), also known by the people as the Asiatic Elephant, is the only surviving species of the genus Aliphus and it is also widely distributed from India to the west, throughout the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia. . These Asian elephants differ from their African relatives in several ways – they are significantly smaller in size than the smaller ears, and the Indian Asian elephant's back is much more rounded, making the crown of their head the highest point of their body. The point is made. Asian elephants greatly enhance Jim Corbett's beauty and people come from far and wide to see him.
Location:  Dhikala, Bijrani
Sighting Timings:  Its sighting boths time winter and summer season.

Sambar deer

Sambar deer is found in almost all the forests of our country India, but this deer is mainly found in central india. These can be seen easily and to a large extent in jim corbett. The sambar deed stands on the shoulder to a height of about 135–150 cm and the weight of this sambar deer can be up to about 300 kg. Males of this reindeer have horns up to 1 meter long. Its deer coat is dark brown. And it is characterized by its large snout and wide ears. It has small tick and some orange color spots on its body. Males of this species are larger than their females. Its tail is about 22- 35 cm long. The male of this deer has a fairly thick section of hair around his neck. These sambar deer like to live in marshy and wooded areas. This sambar deer uses it on its leaves, vegetation, herbs, fruits, bamboo buds and mushrooms for its food.
Location:  Dhikala, Bijrani
Sighting Timings:  Its sighting boths time winter and summer season.

Sal Forest in Corbett

Sal Forest in Corbett Sal forest in jim corbett is a type of tree species, commonly known as sal tree and it's scientific name (Shorea robusta). It belongs to the category of 'Tropical Moist Disease Forest'. The distribution of sal forests is completely fully controlled by the topography, geology and all conditions of whole soil salinity (Shorea robusta), making it probably this is the second most important timber (after teak) in our Indian subcontinent. There are two major types of wood, first white and second red meranti.
Location:  Dhikala, Bijrani
Sighting Timings:  Its sighting boths time winter and summer season.

Corbett Bali Flower

Bali flowers are also known as (plumeria flowers) in Jim Corbett, which are most fragrant at night, pollinating them in Jim Corbett National Park to attract moths of the Sphinx. These flowers, however, do not produce any nectar of any kind, and they completely dodge their pollinators.
Location:  Dhikala, Bijrani
Sighting Timings:  Its sighting boths time winter and summer season.

Kusum Flower

In Jim corbett national park, kusum is a very beautiful tree with a very broad shaded crown, which is widely found in countries like tropical himalaya India, Ceylon, Burma, Thailand, India-China, Malaysia. This kusum tree can be seen mostly in jim corbett national park because its bright red leaves are completely new. In India, it blooms around the month of March. The leaves are pinnate, each containing 2 to 4 pairs of leaves. Its flowers are small in small and dense yellow bunches. Its tree flowers are hardly noticeable. The fruit of the kusum tree is the size of a small plum.
Location:  Dhikala, Bijrani
Sighting Timings:  Its sighting boths time winter and summer season.
mahua flower

Mahua flower

Mahua flower The Jim corbett mahua tree is considered very important in Indian forest trees, not because it can contain some very valuable wood - and is rarely cut in any way for such a purpose - rather on top of it Due to the delicious and nutritious flowers planted. Most of its leaves fall in the month of February to April, and during that time its very beautiful musk-scented flowers are seen.
Location:  Dhikala, Bijrani
Sighting Timings:  Its sighting boths time winter and summer season.

Bela flower

Jasmine in jim corbett is a type of vine or shrub that is about 0.5 to 3 meters (1.6 to 9.8 ft) in length. On this vine, very small white flowers with a very strong aroma like very juicy leaves, which bloom in the night and become pink as soon as the morning sun comes out. Use it in containers near your courtyard and entryway, from where it can be enjoyed to its finest aroma.
Location:  Dhikala, Bijrani
Sighting Timings:  Its sighting boths time winter and summer season.

Grasslands

Grasslands The grasslands in Jim corbett are a very impenetrable habitat and more than ten percent of the total area of jim corbett national park is completely covered by very large grasslands. These dense grasslands are also locally known as chairs. Jim Corbett dhikala safari zone is corbett largest meadow which greatly enhances the beauty here and there are some other areas of Kothirau like Lohachor, Dhara, Jhirna, Chaucer which boasts a lot of wildlife to see. .
Location:  Dhikala, Lohachaur, Dhara, Jhirna and Kothirausss
Sighting Timings:  Its sighted in winter and monsoon times.