The Oldest national park of India, named after the renowned British hunter and conservationist Jim Corbett who played an important role in its establishment. It can be said that the project tiger, an initiative to protect the endangered species of big cat called as royal Bengal tiger, was started from this park only. In spite of good population of Tigers, sighting is bit less in comparison to other national park in India. The reason is the park itself which is quite dense and provide good covers to this enigmatic creature. But this dense forest also adds to the experience, when you spot a tiger.

Nestled in the Shivalik range of Himalayn belt, the park is spread on an area of approx 520 sq km which consist of Hills, dense deciduous forest, grassland and water bodies. Due to its landscaping, it is considered as one of the most beautiful national parks India. Other than Tigers and Elephants, the park is the home to 50 species of mammals, 570 species of birds and 24 species of reptiles, approximately


Airports: Nearest airport is Delhi which is around 300 Kms from the Park

Railway Station: Nearest railway station is Ramnagar which is around 15 Kms from the park

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524 Sq Kms 1936 Uttarakhand


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    India is the home to more than 1300 species of birds excluding the migratory birds. Out of these around 40 species are endangered and around 25 are rarely spotted