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Corbett National Park in Ram Nagar

·  Summer: March-May (16°C - 40°C)
·  Winter: November-February (5°C - 30°C)
·  Monsoon: June-September

Best time to visit:  November-June

Opening Time: 06:30 a.m.
Closing Time: 05:30 p.m.
Weekly Holiday: Nil

Entry Fees for Indians Adults:  INR 100 fo
Children:  Nil (up to
Cameras:  Nil
Video Camera:  Nil (INR 5
Entry Fees for Foreign Nationals Adults:  INR 450 fo
Children:  Nil (up to
Cameras:  Nil
Video Camera:  Nil (INR 1
Jim Corbett National Park is internationally acclaimed for one of the highest populations of Bengal Tiger in the world. The first park to launch Project Tiger for the preservation of the endangered specie, Corbett attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors annually. With nearly 500 species of flora, the park is also home to diverse fauna, including leopard, sloth bear, sambar deer, rhesus macaque, elephant, jungle cat, Indian python and crocodile.

Spectacular natural beauty can be enjoyed from the watchtowers at a destination called Dhikala and the 20 m. high Corbett Falls is another attraction. The park can be explored on a fascinating safari tour in jeep, canter or on elephant. Permits are strictly required to enter the park. Tourists must also follow the rules and regulations when in the park. The park remains closed from mid-June to mid-November due to monsoons.

Road: Ramnagar, the headquarters of the National Park, is accessible by a well-maintained road from the cities as far as New Delhi. Jeeps, open canters and elephants are available for safari tours inside the park.

Railway: Ramnagar Railway Station is about 88 km. from the park and is connected to New Delhi by train. From the station, it is recommended to reach the park by road in a taxi.

Airway: Pantnagar Airport connected to the New Delhi International Airport is about 121 km. from the national park. Taxis can be hired from the airport for a hassle-free journey to the park.