Jim Corbett National Park is located in Nainital district of Uttarakhand state. This park is part of a big Tiger Reserve, which was established in the year 1936. Earlier this park was known as Hailey National Park, which was established to protect the Royal Bengal Tiger. In the year 1952, this park was changed by the name of Ramganga National Park, after which in 1957 the park got the modern name of Jim Corbett, which is today known as Jim Corbett National Park. This park is spread over an area of about 13 to 16 sq km between the Garhwal and Kumaon on the banks of river Ramganga. The area of this National Park stretches to three districts of Uttarakhand state, Pauri, Nainital and Almora. Various types of beautiful flowers, green trees and wildlife are found in this park. There are 110 types of trees, 50 mammalian species, 580 species of birds and 25 types of wildlife are found in the park. To get inside this park, you have to take a jeep safari or elephant safari in the rental here, As you enter this park you will find a unique match between nature and wildlife. This excellent national park of India is known for wildlife, in which various types of animals-birds reside, which includes the main royal Bengal tigers, elephants, deer and wildlife like rich birds. Jim Corbett National Park is an ideal place for wildlife lovers..
Corbett's nearest domestic airport is Pantnagar, which is about 125 km from Corbett.
The nearest railway station in Corbett is Ramnagar, which is about 13 km from Corbett.
Corbett is located just 13 km away from Ramnagar city. Ramnagar is connected to the city road network which connects various cities of India.