Corbett Jeep Safari


Corbett National Park

Corbett National Park (CNP) is One of India's richest wilderness areas. The Tiger Reserve encompasses an area of 1288.34 sq km, which include two Protected Areas: Corbett National Park (520.82 sq. km) and Sonanadi Wildlife Sanctuary (301.18 sq. km). Corbett National Park has captured the imagination of many with its diverse wildlife and breathtaking landscapes. ...   Read More

How to Reach

Jim Corbett national park is easily accessabile from the capital of India 'Delhi' by road and also by train. Nearest Airport is also 'Delhi Airport' which is around 250 kms away from 'Ramnagar'. 'Ramnagar' is enterance point to corbett national park and also headquarter of Corbett tiger reserve India. One domestic airport at a distance of 65 kms in 'Pantnagar' has established ...   Read More

Places To Visit

Corbett’s wilderness is intriguing – leopards and tigers call it home, birds live in peace, locals enjoy the greenery, and tourists find the nature therapeutic. This 2-day getaway is thrilling as well as relaxing. But in case you’re planning an extended and exciting vacation, we suggest escaping to beautiful places to visit near Jim Corbett National Park. The area around the waterfall is just the perfect to enjoy a picnic. ...   Read More

FAQs

Visitors are allowed to move only in designated vehicles in Corbett Tiger Reserve with a registered Nature Guide/Naturalist. Always keep a safe distance from wild animals. Geographically, Corbett Tiger Reserve is situated in the Shivalik hills of Himalayas while administratively it spreads over Pauri Garhwal, Nainital and Almora districts of Uttarakhand State in India. Ramnagar, in Nainital district is its administrative headquarter. ...   Read More

Flora Fauna

The different habitat types of Corbett i.e. mountains, sal forests, chaurs, khair-sissoo forests, and rivers have their distinct assemblage of plants. More than 600 species of trees, shrubs, herbs, bamboos, grasses, climbers and ferns have been identified in the Park. The most visible trees found in Corbett are sal, khair and sissoo (see Habitats and Ecosystems). Many other species that contribute to the diversity, are found scattered throughout the park. ...   Read More

Corbett River

For the survival of such a remarkable gamut of floral and faunal species in Corbett National Park, water is a crucial factor. The Ramganga river forms the most prominent hydrological resource, supplemented by tributaries, most prominent of which are the Sonanadi, Mandal and Palain rivers. The river Kosi runs proximate to the Park and is also a significant water resource for nearby areas. Wildlife is dependent on rivers. ...   Read More