Corbett National park was established in 1936 by the name Hailey National Park & it was renamed in 1956 after the name of Jim Corbett – who was conservationist & author, who had played a key role in the establishment of the Park. Corbett has the glory of being India's oldest and most prestigious National Park. Corbett National park is one of tiger reserve with the aim to protect the Bengal Tiger from extinction & also to boost the diversity of the ecosystem to ensure a viable population of tigers. This place has natural uniqueness, diverse wildlife, stunning landscape & rich grassland. Corbett is home to a variety of flora and fauna; it houses more than 586 species of resident and migratory birds & varied wildlife including royal Bengal tiger, elephant and four to five species of deer.
By Train – The closest railway station to Corbett National Park is Ramnagar, which is 12 km from the Park.
By Flight – The closest domestic airport to Corbett National Park is Pantnagar which is 50 km away from Corbett National Park.
|Delhi||Corbett||250 Kms (approx)|
|Bareilly||Corbett||180 Kms (approx)|
|Chandigarh||Corbett||390 Kms (approx)|
|Lucknow||Corbett||420 Kms (approx)|
|Jaipur||Corbett||500 Kms (approx)|
Jan - Dec.
Wildlife enthusiast is recommended to travel during summer from Mar till May as this period is perfect for animal sighting. During winters from November till February, misty surrounding with pleasant afternoon makes it a good time for enjoying the safari. The region experiences a good amount of rainfall during monsoon & the place reawaken with lush green landscape & wooded forest which makes it an ideal retreat for everyone.