Corbett national park, a place or we can say a park is situated in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand. This national park was mainly established in the year 1936 by the reference name of the Hailey national park. This park is mainly famous for its renowned wildlife sanctuaries in India and is best known for its royal Bengal tiger. This park is located in the kumaon of the nainital hill station. It is mainly 5kms away from the Ramnagar railway station and about 80kms away from the Pantnagar airport of nainital.
This place attracts a thousand of Indians and the foreigners visitors as this is considered as one of the best managed and protected area for the critically endangered royal Bengal tiger. Corbett national park contains all around 488 different species of plants, 600 different species of birds and a variety of wildlife such as tigers, elephants, chital, nilgai, hedgehog, flying fox etc. This national park has mainly four gates which acts as an entrance to the park inside which are Amdanda gate, Dhangarhi gate, Khara gate and Durga Devi gate. This is a major tourist attraction spot as it has dense forests all around and vivid landscapes of Corbett national park.
Corbett national park opens to tourist from 15th November to 15th June all days of the week. Basically its timings are 6:00am-10:00am and 2:00pm-6:00pm. This park has its entry fee of 300rs valid for Indians and 1000rs valid for the foreigners. To visit this place or to view this place there are many bookings done such as jeep safari, canter safari and elephant safari bookings. This Corbett national park is mainly a tour of two days around.
Corbett national park has been the glory of being the India’s best oldest and most prestigious national park which is also known as the father who gave birth to the project tiger in India and to protect the most endangered species and the royal of India called tigers. This area is full of hills, marshy depressions, riverine belts, grasslands and large lake.