Corbett is the largest national park in India which is located in the foothills of the Himalayas is the majestic Corbett National Park. Jim Corbett National Park India lies in north India with Himachal Pradesh to its west and Uttar Pradesh to its south. It was called Uttaranchal till 2006 and the new name of Uttarakhand was adopted in 2007.
Jim Corbett National Park India is a home to wide range of exotic 110 tree species, 50 mammals' species, 580 bird species and 25 reptile species., Corbett is considered one of India's best wild life sanctuaries which is fringed by the Himalayan foothills in the north. In 1936, it became India's first enchanting Wildlife national park, largely due to the endeavors of the great british hunter turned conservationist jim Corbett. The 110 tree species, 50 mammals' species, 580 bird species and 25 reptile species are found in this national park.
Corbett National Park is also a fascinating spot for famous naturalist and photographer. The Park is situated in the foothills of Himalaya varying heights, ranges from about 1300 feet to nearly 4000 feet.
The main attraction of tourists and wild life enthusiasts to this Park is that the majestic view of Tiger with all its wildness in this Park.
Travel within city
Corbett National Park is located in Uttar Pradesh and the main village of the park, which is called Ramnagar in the northern side of the country.
Travelers can hire pre paid taxis from the Delhi airport. They usually charge around Rs 2500 from Delhi to Corbett National Park.
There e number of safaris that can be arranged either by yourself or through the resorts. Usually, it travel only after getting the permission of the Forest Department and they provide armed guards for the safaris. Tours are usually conducted in jeeps that are considered as uncomfortable rides.