Jim Corbett: Tiger’s Own Den

Posted on May 19, 2023 in India Discovery,Student Speak


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Our trip to Jim Corbett National Park was an unforgettable experience. Through this blog, we will take you on a journey to this beautiful national park, where we explored the amazing wildlife, especially the tigers that call it home.

The highlight of our trip was spotting the majestic tigers in their natural habitat. Our guide taught us about the importance of tiger conservation, and how their population is endangered due to human activities such as poaching. Also, unlike the city, Jim Corbett National Park was pure and clean.

Jim Corbett National Park has more than 350 tigers, making it the national park with the highest tiger population in Asia. The government has launched a tiger project to ensure their safety and prevent poaching. To promote tourism and manage it, the park has been divided into eight safari zones.

Our guide also taught us about the differences between male and female tigers, like the female tigers usually tend to roam freely around while the males prefer to stay within their territory. The park has lush forests and savanna trees, which provides a healthy space for good-quality prey, leading to an increase in the population of tigers. We all should join hands to save tigers and their habitat from being destroyed.

In conclusion, our experience at Jim Corbett National Park was incredible, and we hope that our blog has inspired you to visit and experience the beauty of this place.

Writen By Aadrika Agarwal, Adya Srivastava, Arnav Agarwal, Arth Asati, Atharv Ajmani, Avishka Varshney, Bhavya Sharma, Chaitanya Bisht, Ipsha Agarwal & Krishiv Jain (Lotus Valley International School, Noida Extension).


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