An ecotourism stop resting amongst the thick humid deciduous jungles of Uttarakhand, Corbett National Park includes an expanse of 520.82 sq km. Organized in 1973, it is the oldest national park in India and was the origin of the first tiger conservation project. Nestled amidst the thick and rough environments of Nainital district in Uttarakhand, this wildlife residence is one of the scout schemes to preserve the dignified Bengal Tigers. It was made in 1936 as the 'Hailey National Park', it was later renamed as the Ramganga National Park in an around 1955 and eventually to Jim Corbett National Park in 1957 in the recognition of the fabled hunter Jim Corbett. A colonel in the British Indian Army, Jim Corbett was one of the most celebrated shooters of the colonial period. Though he was recognized for all his battles with the man-eating animals, he was often mentioned to as a 'sadhu' or saint by the local villagers. Post-retirement, he not only transformed into a wildlife writer but also took an enthusiastic part in broadcasting as well as generating consciousness among the common people. His attempts to preserve the endangered Indian Tigers, his activities on how to maintain these predators, and his passion towards the wildlife presented an essential role in the important increase in the population of the Royal Bengal Tigers. You can also enjoy a luxury stay in Corbett by staying in the luxury hotels in Corbett. There a lot of luxury as well as budget hotels in Corbett. Choose your pick and book them with EasyMyJourney.

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