Corbett National Park is situated on the foothills of Himalayas in the newly created state Uttarakhand. Sprawling across the area of 521 sq km. together along Sonanadi wildlife Sanctuary and Reserve Forest areas form the Corbett Tiger Reserve. Corbett is located at a distance of about 264 km to North East of Delhi.
Corbett National Park
Corbett National Park is one of Indiaís most wildlife sanctuaries with the tiger population of around 160. Ideally set in the vicinity of the Ramganga River, Corbett National Park is worth visiting. Going on Corbett Tour is a sheer delight for nature lovers and wildlife lovers. Though the specialty of Corbett is its population of Tigers, but it is also a home to the most endangered species of animals and plants. Corbett National Park remains open through out the year for the visitors there are three well defined seasons to visit Jim Corbett is from November to February in winters, from March to June in summers and from July to October in Monsoon. To enjoy Corbett weekend tour leave Delhi as early as you can. Distance between Delhi to Corbett approx 270 km and itís a maximum 7 hours journey, by lunch reach Ramnagar and check in to resort.
There is a lot to be enjoyed at Corbett. Robbers Cave, Tibetan Temple and Lachhiwala are some of the major attractions of Corbett. Some of the activities that one can indulge in at Corbett National Park include Jeep Safari, Elephant Ride, River Rafting and Fishing.
How to Reach:
The nearest airport to the park is at Pantnagar which is 50 km from it. There are regular flights operating to New Delhi and Lucknow, from here. From here visitors can hire private taxis or cabs to reach Jim Corbett during their weekend tours.
To reach the Corbett National Park, the nearest railway station is located at Ramnagar, which is the terminus of Delhi - Moradabad - Ramnagar broad gauge branch of North East Railway. One of the regular trains, which operate from Delhi to Ramnagar, is the Ranikhet Express.
Jim Corbett National Park is connected to major cities of India via a good network of roads. There are regular buses which ply from important cities like Delhi, Lucknow and Ramnagar. For reaching Jim Corbett National Park from New Delhi, the Hapur - Muradabad - Ramnagar route is quite suitable. Private taxis can also be hired to reach the Park.