Jim Corbett National Park is a vast and engaging site and is among the most seasoned stops in India. It is not only a park but rather a major and prestigious Tiger home and reserve also which covers a zone of 1318.54 sq. km in which 520 sq. Km is the principle zone and remaining part is buffer range. The place is named after Col. Jim Corbett since 1956.
Winter Season - Within October to February
In winter season or a time of October to February, you will discover this stop a habitation of wonderful and beautiful birds. This is the most preferred period, you will meet an unseen assortment of birds there. Other than birds, you can locate the majestic Bengal tiger walking and roaming around the recreation center in the winter season. In this way, there are high opportunities to have a sight of the endangered Bengal tiger then. For the most part around night time, the temperature of this stop goes down to 5 degree Celsius.
Monsoon - During July to September Months
You may find this season as not perfect for visiting the national park, but if you prefer visiting this utter beauty when you don’t want the crowd of visitors, then Monsoon is the best season. This season is one of the best to have an everlasting experience of trekking. The environment is just so perfect for people as the temperature is pleasant and worth spending time.
9. Polarized Sunglasses: Last but not least, it's always good to keep polarized sunglasses with you to protect your eyes from the extremely bright sun in the mountains.