The Jim Corbett National Park is situated in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand and is the oldest national park in India which got established in 1936 by the name of Hailey National park. After India's independence the park was named as Ramganga National Park but later in 1956, it was renamed after Jim Corbett – the famous hunter turned conservationist and author, who played a major role in the establishment of the national park. Jim Corbett National park is one of the renowned Wildlife Sanctuary in India and is popular for the Royal Bengal tiger present in the sanctuary.

Jim Corbett National Park is one of the majestic place for the Nature and Wildlife lovers. The park contains 488 different species of plants and wide variety of wild life including Elephants, Tigers, Chital, Sambar Deer, Nilgai, Gharial, King Cobra, Muntjac, wild boar, Hedgehog, common Musk Shrew, Flying fox, Indian Pangolin, and around 600 different species of birds. Jim Corbett National Park covers an area of 521sq. kms.

  • Jhirna

    Jhirna is located on the southern periphery of Corbett Tiger Reserve. It is one of the man animal conflict zone years ago. Jhirna was one of the three villages which have been relocated to other places for the sake of the conflict.

  • Bijrani

    Bijrani being one of the 3 zones was once a shooting block having crossing jungle roads. This place is apt for tiger sighting.

  • Dhikala

    Dhikala has the widest range of the forest rest house accommodation in the park. The reservoir created by Ramganga falls into this particular stretch of land.

  • Durga Devi

    It is a area located on the northeastern boundary of the park. The Mandal range of Corbett tiger Reserve through this entrance involve challenging birding species to look out.

  • Sonanadi

    Sonanadi Wildlife Sanctuary "is an undisturbed wildlife haven, tucked between the Corbett and Rajaji national parks. It was established on 9th January, 1987 to protect the biodiversity-rich region between these important wildlife conservation destinations.