Jim Corbett National Park

Jim Corbett National Park is situated in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. This national park was originally established in the year 1936 as Hailey National Park. The park spans over an area of 1318 sq km and its elevation ranges from 600-1100 m above sea level. The Jim Corbett National Park hosts a wide range of animals including the Himalayan Black Bear, Sambhar, Elephant, Leopard, Wild Dogs and of course the majestic Royal Bengal Tiger. The forest is also home to more than 580 species of birds and 25 species of reptiles. The main entrance to this jungle is the town of Ramnagar. Apart from the forest, the other attractions in and around Ramnagar are Corbett Jungle Museum, Garjia Temple, Kyari Camp, Sitabani Forest Reserve, Sitabani Temple, Dhangari Museum, Bijrani, Jhirna, Corbett Water Falls, Sunrise Point and Kalagarh Dam.

Corbett National Park

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How to Reach

Trains are running from Delhi to Ramnagar. Ramnagar serves as an entry point to the Corbett National Park. Buses are also available from Delhi to reach Ramnagar.


KMVN Tourist Rest House. Tariff - Rs. 1400-2600. Tel: 8650002527.
Ashoka's Tiger Trail. Tariff - Rs. 4000-6000. Tel: 9818068025, 9871449971.
Hotel Corbett Plaza. Tariff - Rs. 1300-2500. Tel: 7982055099.
Safari Park Resort. Tariff - Rs. 3100-6000. Tel: 9015500200.

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