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Ramnagar, Nainital, Uttarakhand 244715, India
+91-5947-253977 +91-5947-251489
entry fee
per jeep Jeep Safari (for indian, Maximum 6 Persons are allowed in ONE Jeep )
per jeep Jeep Safari (for 2 foreigner)
per person Elephant Safari (for indian)
per person Elephant Safari (for foreigner)
per person Entry Fee For Indian
per person Entry Fee For Foreigner
per person Museum For Indian
per person Museum For Foreigner
per person for Foreigner, Maximum 6 Persons are allowed in ONE Jeep )
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All days of the week
6:30 AM - 10:00 AM (Jeep & Elephant Safari)
1:30 PM - 5:30 PM (Jeep & Elephant Safari)
All days of the week
6:00 AM - 11:30 AM (Canter Safari)
12:00 PM - 5:30 PM (Canter Safari)
Corbett opens to tourists from 15th November to 30th June. Prices can be known only when the park opens.
visit duration
3 to 4 hours

how to reach jim corbett national park

The park is situated in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand. The nearest domestic airport is Phoolbagh, Pantnagar, at a distance of 50 kilometers, while the nearest international airport is Delhi at a distance of 300 kilometers. Ramnagar is the nearest railhead from where you can either take a taxi or a bus. From the main town of Nainital, the national park is about a 3 hour drive.

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about jim corbett national park

Named after the famous British hunter turned author and naturalist,  Jim Corbett National Park  is one of the oldest National parks in India. The place attributes its diverse flora and fauna to its location, i.e. the sub-Himalayan belt. It is a major eco-tourism destination that features beautiful landscapes and dense forests.

Corbett National park was the first tiger reserve under the Project Tiger in India. The park was first established as a possible game reserve in 1907 by the British colonialists and was named Hailey National Park. Later declared as a protected region, the area of the park was increased and it was renamed to Jim Corbett National Park in 1955.

Exciting not only for the jungle rides in open jeeps, the tracing of tigers based on bird calls and pugmarks has a thrill of its own. Apart from the king of the forest, you can also spot Elephants, Leopards, Boars, Deers, Himalayan Palm Civets, Jungle Cats, Fishing Cats, Indian Gray Mongoose, Blacked-naped hare, Porcupines, Langur , Monkey, Sloth Bear and Black Bear here. The exhilarating terrain, streams and rivers portray the bounty of nature in the land.

A number of tourists turn up every year at the  Jim Corbett National Park  to experience the abundance of mother nature. The best time to visit this wilderness is from November to June. You need to obtain a permit for viewing the park (before your entry) from the Tourist Office at the gate.

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9 Jim Corbett National Park reviews
Gitesh Wadhwa
Gitesh Wadhwa
adventure park
Jun 25 2014
My experience is very good. It is very adventure & beautyful park. You can see many wild animals here. It makes the trip very adventure. Many big trees, birds makes the park very attractive. It is a good place for nature beauty lover.must visited ...... read more
Sulekh Sharma
Sulekh Sharma
Corbett National Park wildlife sanctuary
Jun 25 2014
Corbett National Park is one the famous Wildlife Sanctuary in the world. It is a very big National Park where many different species of animals are protected. The entry fee is quite high around 3000k for 5-6 people but then you would love the tour an ...... read more