Jim Corbett National Park is a Project Tiger Reserve situated in the Nainital, Uttarakhand. It was established in 1936 as Hailey National Park. It is the oldest National Park of India. It is also famous as the first Project Tiger was first launched here in the year 1973. This National Park is a home to more than 650 endangered species of birds and other animals, elephants and four to five species of deer.
It covers an area of about 520 square kilometers, comprising of hills, marshy land, large lake, riverine belts and grasslands. Corbett National Park allows overnight stays to its visitors. To move around within the National Park for watching nature and wildlife, take on a Jeep Safari or an elephant Safari.
In Dikhala (situated at the border of Patli Dun valley, in Corbett having abundance of wildlife) you will find varied species of Birds & animals and more than 50 species of raptors (birds of prey like hawks, eagles, kites, vultures etc.). As a result, it is considered as the healthy biodiversity of the area.