Established in 1936, the Jim Corbett National Park offers some of the most mesmerizing jungle safaris. The park is home to 488 different species of plants and 600 species of birds, aside from several species of mammals and reptiles. Yes, the Bengal Tiger still remains the most famous resident. But other fascinating mammals living here include the Rhesus Macaque, Langur, Sambar, Barking Deer, Nilgai, Wild Boar, Asian Elephant, Jackal and Leopard. There are also, of course, some fantastic reptiles such as the Crocodile, Python, King Cobra, Russel Viper and Monitor Lizard.