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CORBETT NATIONAL PARK named in honor of the legendary hunter turned conversationalist, author and photographer, Lt Col Jim Corbett who spent most his life in the area and helped in setting up the park. The idea was to save the alarmingly dwindling population of Panther Tigris or the tiger by establishing special reserves that offer a large enough natural habitat for the tiger and other wild life animals. The main objectives of the ambitious project tiger were to create and maintain natural habitats that can effectively help to rehabilitate and conserve wildlife in India and to maintain a viable tiger population for scientific, ecological aesthetic and cultural values. And the JIM COBBETT NATIONAL PARK under this initiative has shown a remarkable increase in the dwindling population of the wild cats(latest stats reveal 148 Tiger's inhabiting the jungle spread in over 550 approx). Not just Tiger's the CORBETT has a remarkable population of other endangered species such as ELEPHANT'S , BEAR , GHARIYAL , WILD BORE , DIFFERENT VERITIES OF DEER'S AND MUCH MUCH MOREā€¦


There are three distinct seasons: Cold (November to February), Hot (March to mid-June) and Rainy (mid-June to October). Mean monthly max. temperatures range from 26*C in January to 44*C in June, and min. temperatures from 2*C in January to 21*C in August. Annual rainfall varies from 140cm in the outer hills to 280cm in the upper hills, with 150-160cm in the main Ramganga Valley