Corbett National Park is famous for its wealthy flora and fauna. Also the wild animals, reptiles and bird with many varieties of species enrich the Park and it is haven for bird watchers, wild life enthusiasts, environmentalists and nature lovers. Very much rich in vegetation, if we take statistics there are about more than 51 different kinds of shrubs, more than 30 kinds of bamboos and over 110 different species of trees, apart from the greenish grass seen only in meadows.
The Park, renowned for the majestic leopards and elephants, caters for the life of many rare species of mammals, birds and reptiles, more than 25 species of reptiles, 585 kinds of birds and over 50 varieties of mammal species. If one is interested he can indulge lively with deers, spotted in Corbett National Park, barking deer, spotted dear, sambar, chinkara are some of the different kinds of species seen in the Park.
Another major attraction here is the aquatic reptiles; different kinds of crocodiles can be spotted here. Corbett National Park is really a worth natural park to visit, to see the nature's varieties and beauty. This is a park first among equals.
Dhikala Forest Lodge
Kanda Rest House
Corbett National Park
Tiger at Jim Corbett
Elephants, Jeeps and Canters (open topped people movers) are available to take you deep inside the jungle with its exciting topography of dense forests, open grasslands, sandy river beds - just traveling through the jungle is exhilarating. The numerous species of wild life make Corbett an unforgettable experience. There are hundreds of species of exotic birds. Since the Park is at the foothills of the Himalayas a number of migratory birds descend here from the colder climes.
You can combine this tour with a visit to Uttaranchal. The lake town of Satttal, Bhimtal and Naukuchiyatal are lovely and quaint. The temple town of Jageshwar is a place with an amazing energy. The foothills of the Himalayas are among the most beautiful places in the country.