Jim Corbett National Park is one of the tiger reserves in the
country. It has large population of tigers, leopards and
elephants. The national park is home to the most precious wildlife
in India and the diverse species of flora and fauna accommodating
various tree species, mammal species, bird species and
The first ever National Park in India and Asia is also known for
its breathtaking landscapes and the thick cover of Sal forests
surrounding the park.
The Corbett National Park is spread in two
districts of Uttaranchal - Nainital and Pauri. It occupies the
position between the Himalayas and the Terai regions. The Corbett
National Park is widely known for the Bengal Tiger and the Asiatic
Ramnagar: It is famous for fishing camp and is the main
centre of administration near the national park. At Lohachaur the
sport buffs have a wide scope of angling and fishing Mahseer.
Wildlife Viewing: The animals like Chital, Sambhar, and
various other Deer species can be seen and the dense jungle be
explored in the two-hour elephant safari. Jeep Safari is the most
convenient mode of exploring the Corbett national park.