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  1. Hello everyone, Jim Corbett National Park is a national park with maximum number of Tigers in India. Yes, 210 Tigers and counting. If you are into photography then you will love shooting over 550 species of birds, some amazing landscapes, Tigers, Elephants and what not. Yes, when it comes to Tiger sightings it might not be rubbing shoulders with likes of Bandhavgarh, Tadoba, or Kanha, but the sheer beauty of this park outweighs many pluses of other parks. I just returned from my one of many safaris i have done in this park in last 25 years. 9 different Tiger sightings, countless birds, and the unmatched wilderness experience is second to none. Please read my blog on the below link. http://naturesafariindia.com/blog/safari-jim-corbett-national-park/ Best Wishes in the new year Sharad Kumar Vats

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