The Corbett National Park, located at an area of 521 km sq in Nainital district of Uttarakhand, is the oldest existing wildlife reserve in India. Right from the early days, the park has been a heaven for animal lovers due to housing many species and giving tourists a chance experience them all in the natural habitat. It's one of best places to see Bengal tigers, which now features among the most endangered species in India.

The Corbett is just a perfect destination for many things - from an elephant ride to a jeep safari to a nature walk. Tourists here can see animals like tigers, elephants, wild boar and more than 500 species of birds. It houses more than 100 species of trees and more than 30 species of bamboo. This beautiful paradise also offers fishing and angling prospects in the Ramganga River.

Besides flora and fauna, the Corbett Park also has many other tourist attractions, namely Corbett Jungle Museum (Corbett Home), Garjia Temple, Kyari Camp Sitabani Forest Reserve, Sitabani Temple Dhangari Museum etc and Corbett Waterfalls. Tourists can also head to Ramnagar, which is just 5 km away from the park and offers for fishing and angling.