CORBETT NATIONAL PARK -
Records the World's Largest Population of Tigers.
Location of Corbett National Park :-
Corbett National Park is just 60 km away from Nainital
situated in Ramnagar in the District of Nainital,
Uttarakhand with an area of 521 km2.
Corbett National Park :- Aptly called theland of roar,
trumpet and songs. (120 km) away set on the banks of the mighty
Ram Ganga river is Dhikala - the main tourist attraction in
the world famous and India's first national Park - Jim Corbett.
One can sit in solitude for hours admiring the nature and
the river or can go for jeep Safari or Elephant ride for a
life thrilling encounter with the Lord of the Jungle - Tiger.
The 525 sq.km. of forests and more than 500 species of animals,
birds fishes and reptibs provides a range of adventure to
all -from a child to a man with his adrenaline pumping.
The Jim Corbett National Park is a heaven for the adventure
seeker and wildlife adventure lovers. Corbett National Park
is India's first national park which comprises 520.8 km2.
area of hills, riverine belts, marshy depressions, grass lands
and large lake. The elevation ranges from 1,300 feet to 4,000
feet. Winter nights in Corbett National Park are cold but
the days are bright and sunny. It rains from July to September.
Geography of Corbett National Park
The Corbett National Park is located between 29°25' to 29°39'N
latitude and 78°44' to 79°07'E longitude. The average altitude
of the region ranges between 360 m (1,181 ft) and 1,040 m (3,412
ft). It has numerous ravines, ridges, minor streams and small
plateaus with varying aspects and degrees of slopes. The park
encompasses the Patli Dun valley formed by the Ramganga river.
It protects parts of the Upper Gangetic Plains moist deciduous
forests and Himalayan subtropical pine forests ecoregions.
The present area of the Corbett National Park Reserve is 1,318.54
square kilometres (509.09 sq mi) including 520 square kilometres
(200 sq mi) of core area and 797.72 square kilometres (308.00
sq mi) of buffer area. The core area forms the Jim Corbett National
Park while the buffer contains reserve forests (496.54 square
kilometres (191.72 sq mi)) as well as the Sonanadi Wildlife
Sanctuary 301.18 square kilometres (116.29 sq mi)).
Misty morning at Corbett National Park
The Corbett National Park reserve, located partly along a valley
between the Lesser Himalaya in the north and the Siwaliks in
the south, has a sub-Himalayan belt structure. The upper tertiary
rocks are exposed towards the base of the Siwalik range and
hard sandstone units form broad ridges. Characteristic longitudinal
valleys, geographically termed Doons, or Duns can be seen formed
along the narrow tectonic zones between lineaments.
National Park Tiger Photo Gallery
View of the Banks of the Mighty Ram Ganga River
JIM CORBETT NATIONAL PARK harbour some of the exotic species
of our wildlife. Snow leopards, thars, bharals, brown & himalayan
black bears, serows, tigers, leopards, elephants and an immense
variety of avaian species inhabit the preservation zones, like
the sancturies & national parks, or open forests dotting the
countryside. Streams & rivers in stretches, teem with fish like
mahaseer, hill trout & conch.
a Wild Safari Elephant - Jeep OR Canter at Corbett National
Please Talk to us at below mentoned number or
Or Talk to us at 09536-1182-78 or 09027-1555-78
Office Landline Number: 05942- 237476 (10.30 am
- 6 pm)
Jim Corbett Park is the oldest park in India, extends along
the banks of the Ramganga river, encompassing the dense Sal
Forests of the Himalayan foothills & the Savannah vegetation
of tall grassy meadows.
This is one of the richest areas for the typical big mammals
of northern India, renamed after Jim Corbett the famous hunter,
author and pioneer conservationist who helped set up this wildlife
sanctuary. With elevations in the Park ranging from 400m to
1210m there is a rich diversity in habitat. Animals of the Himalayas
and those of peninsular India can both be seen here and over
50 mammal and 25 reptile species have been recorded at Corbett.
Among the predators are the tiger, leopard, diverse species
of lesser cats and the dhole - the wild dog.
Climate - Weather OF Corbett National Park
The weather in the Corbett National Park is temperate compared
to most other protected areas of India. The temperature may
vary from 5 °C (41 °F) to 30 °C (86 °F) during the winter and
some mornings are foggy. Summer temperatures normally do not
rise above 40 °C (104 °F). Rainfall ranges from light during
the dry season to heavy during the monsoons.
You can find detailed information about Corbett National
Park In our website
to Reach Corbett National Park
As being the Largest Tiger Populated Reserve In The World, transportation
to Corbett National Park has improved immensely. Tourists can
now avail of many modes of transport to reach Corbett National
Reaching There : Ramnagar is the
town closest to Corbett National Park, which is famous as a
sanctuary for Indian Wildlife. Ramnagar is well connected via
road to Lucknow, Nainital, Ranikhet, Haridwar, Dehradun and
Important Road Distance from Jim Corbett National Park Delhi
- 260 kms Lucknow - 145 kms Nanital - 66 kms Ranikhet - 112
By Air :- The closest domestic airport to Corbett National
Park is 50 kms away from Corbett National Park at Phoolbagh,
Pantnagar. At 295 Km from Corbett National Park, the nearest
International Airport is at Delhi.
By Rail :- The closest railway station to Corbett National
Park is Ramnagar Railway
Station, which is 12 km from the Park. The Ranikhet Express
plies between Delhi and Ramnagar, departing from Delhi at 10.50
pm and arriving at 4.35 am the next day. The train from here
for Delhi begins at 9.05 pm, reaching Delhi at 5 am the next
By Road :- Most people prefer to drive down to Corbett
National Park. It takes approximately six hours from Delhi to
cover the 295-km stretch. The route takes you through Gajraula,
Moradabad, Kashipur and Ramnagar.
Detailed Info on Corbett National Park Distance
Nainital Tourism offers Transport & online
booking for Luxury - Deluxe and Budget from 65 + various Hotels
- Resorts & Camps in Corbett National Park
Hotel Booking or Package related enquiry please
Or Talk to us at 09536-1182-78 or
Office Landline Number: 05942- 237476 (10.30
am - 6 pm)
Please Note :- Once
confirmed and booked, the booking amount of Jeep
Safari and Elephant Ride / Safari is Non-refundable.
Please Note :- For Safari Entry is restricted ONLY
to Petrol vehicles only. No Diesel
Please Note :- We
need One Photo Id No and list of all names
who are coming for Safari with Age & Gender.