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Corbett National Park

The magnificent park established way back in 1936, is one of the best known sanctuaries of India. It is named after Jim Corbett National Park, the famous hunter, author and conservator.

The total covered area of national park is extended over 1318 Sq. Kms. and this also includes core and buffer area. Corbett National park has become a famous tourist site for the wildlife lovers. Located in the midst of the Himalayan range, the park offers tourists a wide range of flaura and fauna to ponder upon. The park boasts of a wide range of plant and animal species ranging from leopards, tigers, Himalayan Black bears Indian Grey Mongoose, Crocodiles, sloth etc. Also it has more than 600 species of trees, herbs, shrubs, bamboos etc. which makes this wildlife heritage a must visit.For the convenience of the wildlife enthusiast, the tourism department has demarcated the national park into five different zones. Each zone has been provided with the best available accommodation by means of guest houses and government forest lodges.


is amongst the first and most popular visiting places located in the vicinity of Jim Corbett. Dhikala is situated in the Patli Dhun valley and the tourists will definitely be mesmerized on seeing the stunning untouched nature of the valley as it creates a truly spell bound atmosphere that is worth re living. Lying adjacent to the national park is river Kosi, which has on its bank splendid and well known Garjia temple.

Other famous safari zone of Jim Corbett National Park are Jhirna, Bijrani and Durgadevi. Daily 2 times jeep safari arrange by Corbett Tiger Reserve on those places. Except them Sitabani and Marchula are also famous amongst wild lifers.

Best Times to Visit

Mid-November to Mid-June is the ideal time for visiting Jim Corbett National Park.

How To Reach :

By Road :

Jim Corbett National Park lies close to Ramnagar. The town of Ramnagar has good land connectivity with Lucknow, Nainital, Ranikhet, Haridwar, Dehradun and New Delhi.Tourists can also think of driving from Delhi (295 km) and move through Gajraula, Moradabad, Kashipur to finally reach Ramnagar.

By Train :

There is direct train to Ramnagar which runs from New Delhi. The tourists can also board train to Haldwani/Kashipur/Kathgodam and afterwards travel to Ramnagar by road.