Which Tiger reserve is best in India

Jim Corbett Tiger reserve is the best tiger reserve in India which is located in Nainital district of Uttarakhand . Jim Corbett national park which is also the part of Jim Corbett Tiger reserve was a established in 1936 and it is one of the oldest and most prestigious national park of India.

Jim Corbett national Park is spread over area of 520 km² that comprises of hills riverine belts grasslands and large lake this tiger reserves allows overnight stay in the lap of national Park.

Nature watch and wildlife viewing can be done on Jeep or on elephants.
This national Park is a part of Tiger reserve that spreads over 1318 km² and in this only 520 km² is part of national Park.

The best time to visit this park is in winter season that is between October to February in this season you can find many birds and tigers roaming around but the thing is the temperature of the park goes down to 5°C at night but the daytime is quite warm and pleasant in daytime animals come out to hunt or graze .

Jhirna zone is the best place inside this tiger reserve to witness tigers hunting animals. Jhirna zone is mainly grassland but to enter the Jhirna zone you will need to have a safari permit from the forest officials and you will need to hire Safari vehicles and a guide . there is also a forest rest House Jhirna zone that offers a night to stay for the wildlife enthusiasts.

The nearest town from Jim Corbett national park is Ramnagar so in order to reach Jim Corbett national park you have to come to Ramnagar.

It is forbidden to step out from your vehicle while you are in Safari because it can be dangerous and if you do so you may be fined but also there are some spots where you can step out of the Vehicle and guide will guide you on such spots.