Jim Corbett National Park is located in Nainital district and first National Park to come under the Project Tiger. The park is known for Bengal tigers and a must visit ecotourism destination of India.
Ramnagar is the closest town and railway station to Corbett National Park.
One can also drive from Delhi -295 km via Gajraula, Moradabad, Kashipur to reach Ramnagar.
Best time to visit Jim Corbett National Park is from mid of November to mid of June month.
Summer Season is the best visiting season to see endangered animals and bird species.
Safari can be book online Jeep Safari or Canter Safari for five different zones of the park.
All the zones have healthy population of tigers.
4500 for Indian (Jeep)
8000 for Foreigner (Jeep)
Zones: Bijrani / Jhirna / Dhela / Durgadevi
Jhirna Zone and Sonanadi Zone of Jim Corbett National Park are remains open throughout the year.
Durga Devi Zone
Ramnagar is the base village of Jhirna Zone, Sonanadi Wildlife Sanctuary and zone is not a part of the Corbett but can be visited for best of wildlife.