"Jim Corbett" is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Uttarakhand, and Located on the foothill of Himalayas, the tiger reserve is the first Sanctuary to come under the project of Tiger in 1936. It is located in Nainital district of Uttarakhand. It named after Jim Corbett who played a significant role in its establishment. The sanctuary is surrounded by lush green forest along with sub hill of Himalaya comprising chir, pine,sal and sheesham trees.The population of the tigers are around 160, at this sanctuary, which make this place as a beautiful as one of the favorite place for ecotourism.
Summer: 36 Degree Celsius
Winter: 01 Degree Celsius
Monsoon: 26 Degree Celsius
By Air:- There is no airport located in Jim Corbett, the nearest airport is Dehradun which is about 110 kilometer away from the park. It is well connected with all major cities in India.
By Road:- Jim Corbett National Park is located in the town of Ramnagar, Uttarakhand. Ramnagar is well connected via train from New Delhi. From the station taxis are readily available for Jim Corbett National Park.
By Train:- Jim Corbett national park is well connected with all major cities of India by private vehicles. There are no bus routes from other major cities to Corbett. Nearest bus stand is Dhumakot which is 34 kilometers away from Jim Corbett another bus stand is kotdwara it is about 35 kilometers away from the Park. The both bus stands are well connected with all major cities of India.