Located in the Himalayan Foothills on the Ramganga River, Corbett is the longest-established national park in India and has a wonderful combination of location and history.
Jim Corbett’s reputation as a naturalist lives on and serves as an inspiration to preserve the wildlife of India.
An astounding 580 species of bird have been sighted here, including great pied hornbills and the rare ibisbill.
From February onward, wild elephants emerge from the sal forests to drink at the river, home to marsh crocodiles and gharial, a river-dwelling fish-eating crocodile.
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Places near Corbett Tiger Reserve
- Nainital 36 miles away
- Almora 47 miles away
- Haridwar 52 miles away
- Rishikesh 52 miles away
- Mussoorie 80 miles away
- Delhi 119 miles away
- Shimla 149 miles away
- Agra 173 miles away
- Bharatpur and Keoladeo Ghana National Park 183 miles away
- Fatehpur Sikri 186 miles away
- Chambal Sanctuary 194 miles away
- Pragpur 223 miles away
- Gwalior 234 miles away
- Dharamshala & McLeod Ganj 240 miles away
- Samode 248 miles away
- Ramathra 262 miles away
- Jaipur 263 miles away
- Amritsar 279 miles away
- Ranthambhore National Park 286 miles away
- Orchha 291 miles away
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