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Jim Corbett National Park


Corbett National park tourist spot situated in ramnagar district in uttarakhand. Corbett national park opens from the month of mid November to June. The places to visit in Corbett national park are wildlife resort, Gargia temple, sitabani temple, Durga mandir, jhirna and dhikala. The entry fees for Indian in one Jeep per 6 persons are Rs. 1000 and for foreigners Rs. 1900. The entry is allowed from morning 6 to 9:30 and evening 2:30 to 5:30 pm. Corbett national park is well connected to airways, railways and roadways. The closest airport to Corbett is pantnagar airport and nearest railway station is ramnagar situated just 12 km away. Corbett national park activities includes jungle safari, nightlife camping, elephant ride, river rafting and many more.

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Facilities inside the Jim Corbett National Park

The National Park office at Ramnagar offers jeeps on hire at reasonable prices. Elephants are available for wildlife viewing at Dhikala and Bijrani. Elephant-back rides on every morning and evening are worth the experience.
The park houses more than 50 mammal species and 25 reptile species. Antelopes like the Nilgai and the Ghoral, many varieties of deer including Hog deer, Sambhar, Chital etc, the ancestors to us humans like Rhesus and the good-old Langur are found in the area. The tiger and leopard are part of the species of cats found here. A special resident is the Dhole, the wild dog.
Many other species of animals like jackals, fox, wild boar, sloth bear, black bear and a vast range of reptiles like the cobra, python are also found apart from two species of crocodile. The Gharial can be seen relaxing in the pools of the Ramganga.
A staggeringly high number (580 to be precise) of species of birds are found here including water fowl, 17 types of woodpecker, kites, peafowl, the rare chir pheasant, the red jungle fowl, minivets, cuckoos, drongos and barbets. The reservoir on the river formed with the building of kalaghar dam attracts large number of migratory and other species of water birds. This makes it a Bird watcher's paradise. It is considered a 'Bird Park' in the true sense.

How to Reach Jim Corbett National Park

By Road: The Corbett Park is approx 295 kms far from the Delhi. It's take only 6 to 7 hour from the delhi.

By Train: The Ranikhet Express run between Delhi to Ramnagar. It's departing from Delhi at 10.50 pm and arriving at 4.35 am the next day. The train departing from Ramnagar at 9.05 pm, reaching Delhi at 5 am the next day.

By Air: The nearest domestic airport is Pantnagar. It is approx 50 kms from the Corbett Park. The International Airport (New Delhi) is only 295 kms far from the Corbett National Park.

Jim Corbett Tourist Places

Dhikala : It is the most popular destination in the Corbett which is situated at the fringes of the Patli Dun Valley. There is a rest house which was built hundred of years ago. From Dhikala tourists can enjoy the beauty of the spectacular natural beauty of the valley.

Garjia Temple : The Garjia Temple is situated on the banks of the River Kosi which is around 14 Km away from Ramnagar City. At the time of the Kartik Poornima, a fair is organized. It is dedicated to the Garjia Devi.

Elephant Safari : The ride on the elephant is the major attraction of the Corbett National Park. Sitting on the elephant is a royal and when going to grasslands and look to the tigers or a herd of wild elephants. Elephant Safaris are arranged from Dhikala- early morning and late afternoon.

Jeep Safari : More apt for those who want to explore the forests a little deeper and are ready for some adventure. Jeep Safaris take you through the course made in the forests, and if luck is on your side, you can spot a tiger perhaps.

Corbett Museum : The museum, which is dedicated to the founder and the eminent figure of the Kumaon hills, Jim Corbett, houses some of the man's weapons, old maps, books and other articles. The museum, well preserved, is an enriching experience in itself.