Located in the district of Nainital, Corbett National Park is a perfect place for nature enthusiasts and wildlife lovers. It is a wonderful place in India considered as a hub of excitement and thrill. The whole extent of the park is divided into four different zones called Bijrani, Dhikala, Jhirna, and Durgadevi zones. Spread over an area of 520 square kilometres, the park is a complete package for wildlife buffs. However, tourism is only allowed in the earmarked areas of the Corbett Tiger Reserve to maximize the chances of viewing its splendid landscape and the diverse wildlife living in the park.
The recent trend of the tourist visit that has been marked by the park authority indicates a dynamic increase in the number of visitors coming every year. More than 70,000 visitors come to the park during peak season from different parts of the country and abroad. Wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers prefer this oldest national park over the other popular national parks in India such as Ranthambore National Park, Kanha National Park, Kaziranga National Park, and many others located in different regions of India. The Popularity of Corbett national park is due to the presence of the Royal Bengal Tigers in abundance and the captivating landscape for the delight of nature lovers.
- Corbett National Park Area - 520 Square kilometers.
- Corbett Tiger Reserve Area -1318 Square kilometers
- Altitude - 385-1100 m above mean sea level.
- Annual rainfall - 1400-2800 mm.
- Temperature range - 4 degrees Celsius winter to 42 degrees Celsius during summer.
- Best Season - November to June.