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BY: Mayank Mittal | Category: Travel | Submitted: 2010-10-02 07:29:37
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Article Summary: "I am writing about hotels in Jim Corbett and resorts in Corbett. Every day or second we have a new resort in Corbett and hotel in Corbett as Jim Corbett national park is a hot destination. Just 280 kms from Delhi. Also world famous for tigers and wide variety of animals and birds. Jim Corbett Park is very big national parks with.."

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Jim Corbett National Park - Wildlife park located in Uttarakhand state of India is now a very well known National Park. It is one of the project tigers in India. Just 280 kms from Delhi by road Jim Corbett Park is good option to spend 3 days holiday. With increasing number of resort in Corbett and hotels in Corbett its very easy to book hotel in Corbett at the cheap rates as competition is on peak in Jim Corbett Park. As per current census there are 168 Tigers approximately in Jim Corbett Park. Jim Corbett is more like 12 months destination but still Monsoon season is not recommended as the rivers are on high and very dangerous also during monsoon entrance gates are also closed only Jhirna Entrance gate is open depending on climate conditions. All the gates are good with good options of watching wildlife. Gates like Bijrani and Dhangari are very famous. Dhangri gate is the entrance for Dhikala where there is a government rest house the usual timing for this gate is 15 Nov till 15 June of the year.

Apart from forest rest house in Jim Corbett National Park there are good options for stay in private resort and hotels in Luxury segment you can stay in Infinity Resorts, Corbett Hideaway, Tarika in Deluxe Category one can opt for Ashoka's Tiger Trail, Tiger Camp, Corbett Woods and in Standard category its Jungle paradise a very good option. Though Ashoka's Tiger Trail is located in Dhela Village quite near to Jhirna Safari portion of Corbett National Park.

With increase in number of tourist in Corbett Park, jeep safari has also become very difficult as numbers of permits for entrance is limited. Jeep safari usually last for 3 hours in Jim Corbett Park you have pay some where 2800 to 3200 INR for same. Jeep safari as good experience as you have to go with a guide who have good knowledge of Jim Corbett National Park and are locals of that area. some resorts in Corbett and hotels in corbett also provide guided nature walk in jungle that is again a very good experience. Some local sightseeing in Corbett Park are like Dhangari Museum Jhulapul Garjiya Temple Corbett Fall.

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