Jim Corbett National Park

Corbett National Park near Nainital

Elephants in Corbett National Park (picture src flickr: wribs)

Jim Corbett National Park is a major hub of ecotourism famous not only in Uttarakhand but all over the country. Adventure and wildlife lovers enjoy the renowned ‘The Land of Roar, Trumpet & Songs’ – Jim Corbett National Park. India’s first and oldest Jim Corbett National Park was established in 1936 with the name Hailey National Park. It is also famous by the name of Ram Ganga National Park in the local region as it is situated on the banks of migty Ram Ganga river in Dhikala. Later, it was renamed after Jim Corbett, a famous hunter turned conservationist and author. He played a major role in the establishment of National Park.

Why Visit Jim Corbett National Park

  • Best flora and fauna over an area of 520 sq km hill area.
  • Home to over 500 species of animals, birds, fishes and reptiles which also includes Snow leopards, Thars, Bharals, brown & Himalayan black bears, Serows, Tigers, Leopards, Elephants.
  • Best place for adventure and wildlife lovers. Jeep, Elephant and Canter Safari are best way to explore Jim Corbett National Park.
  • Except monsoons, Corbett is open round the year for tourist. November to June are ideal months for exploring wildlife.

How To Reach Corbett National Park From Nainital

Jim Corbett National Park is located at 66 km from Nainital. One can visit Corbett from Nainital by reaching Ramnagar first by taking bus or taxis. From Ramnagar regular taxis service and buses are available for Jim Corbett National Park.