Authorities Closes Jim Corbett National Park for Monsoons

The Jim Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand has been closed by the wildlife authorities for the monsoon season and has prohibited travelers from visiting the site for a short while. The night patrolling has also been strengthened inside the park premises so as to prevent poaching and smuggling activities during the monsoon season. The wildlife authorities of Jim Corbett National Park have closed the primary routes of the wildlife park for the next four months as the situation becomes dangerous for the tourists during the monsoon.

The major travel zones such as ‘Dhikala’ and ‘Bijrani’ have been completely deprived of any travel activity during the monsoon and the hill areas as well as the grasslands of the Jim Corbett Tiger Reserve becomes very much unsafe for the people to travel during the heavy monsoon season. As a result of the national park being closed down for the next four months, the local business men are also affected as there will be no tourists and no business for the next 4 months.

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Jim Corbett National Park in Nainital is one of the most popular jungle safari destination as well as an ecotourism spot in Uttarakhand. The monsoon season makes it dangerous to indulge in activities such as trekking and jungle safari in Jim Corbett National Park and hence the authorities have decided to close down the park for few months. The Jim Corbett National park is home to some of the most unique wildlife species such as the Royal Bengal Tiger, Asian elephants, Leopards, Himalayan goral, Indian pangolins etc.

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The travellers from across the different regions of the world now have to wait for next four months to make their trip to the Jim Corbett National Park in Nainital. But they cannot take their own time and have a quick assessment about the National Park and book their trip in advance with the help from some of the best travel tour operators in India.

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