Jim Corbett National Park


Jim Corbett National Park is the oldest and most famous national park in the Nainital district of the Indian state of Uttarakhand. It is located at the foothills of the Himalayas.

Jim Corbett National Park is renowned for the conservation of the endangered Bengal tiger. Here, one can witness a diverse range of flora and fauna species.

Initially, it was known as Ramganga National Park, but later it was renamed after the renowned hunter Jim Corbett, and now it is also referred to as Corbett National Park or Corbett Tiger Reserve.

It is located at a distance of 71 kilometers from Nainital, passing through Kaladhungi and Ramnagar.

Jim Corbett Park is established in the year 1936, it is the oldest national park in India.

Jim Corbett National Park is home to several tigers that can be spotted. It was the first place where Project Tiger was launched in 1973.

Tourists can enjoy the thrill of jeep safaris in the dense forests to witness wild animals in their natural habitats, and also admire the beautiful scenery of lush green forests.

This park has been a splendid destination for tourists, offering not only breathtaking natural scenery but also the opportunity to witness abundant wildlife up close.

Corbett Waterfall cascades from a height of 60 feet and is located 25 kilometers away from Ramnagar. This place is an ideal destination for camping, picnicking, and birdwatching. The Forest Department provides all the necessary amenities for picnic-goers.

Every year, Jim Corbett National Park attracts thousands to millions of visitors who come to explore its beauty.

Witnessing various wildlife species roaming freely in the park is nothing less than paradise for wildlife enthusiasts.