Jim Corbett for Students

Posted on Mar 09, 2023 in India Discovery,Student Speak


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Jim Corbett National Park is Asia’s first National Park located in India. The park is enriched with flora and fauna that includes animals like tigers and monkeys. We are sure one can have the best time here.

Have you ever been to a place that is full of flora and fauna and has pure and pollution-free surroundings? If not, then Jim Corbett National Park is the place you should be looking for. I bet you are going to love this place if you usually have a hectic schedule. You must take a break and visit this place. Cities like Delhi and Mumbai are actually populated ones and can’t offer what this place can. 

Even our resort was enriched with flora and fauna. It was located on the riverside. We explored new species of insects. Interesting, right? The water looked very shiny and glittery in the presence of the sun and the sound of the water in the dark was really soothing. We actually witnessed the constellations and night sky which you can’t expect to experience in an urban lifestyle.

The jungle safari was a wholesome experience. Though we couldn’t get a glimpse of the Bengal tiger, the environment was so soothing and peaceful that we could connect to our inner selves. Jim Corbett National Park is one of the thirteen protected areas covered by the World Wide Fund for Nature. We are glad that the flora and fauna are being protected in their natural habitat.

At Jim Corbett, we were so much involved in the environment that we almost forgot about our daily life and entered into another world that was full of harmony. The jungle safari was like a dream, a dream full of fantasies. The designing aspirant amongst the writers of the blog was able to explore the best for his/her field. Staying here alienated us from our daily hectic life and mobile phones. Nature made me connect to myself. We are very fortunate to be here along with my friends in the last year of our school.

Writen By Aditi Lal, Sanvi Berry (Queen Mary’s School, Tis Hazari).


EdTerra Edventures conducts various other programs for the youth. If you go to school and are under 17 years of age, ask your school to contact us to arrange a visit to your school for an introduction to “Jim Corbett & Nainital: Nature’s Bounty” and other journeys under EdTerra’s India Discovery Program.

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