Tucked away in the foothills of the Himalayas, the Jim Corbett National Park is rich in not only wildlife, but also history. The oldest national park in the country and the first member of the wonderful Project Tiger initiative, Corbett provides safe haven to the royal Bengal tiger as well as leopards, golden jackals and many more creatures of the wild.
Select airlines fly to Patnagar Airport from New Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport. The drive from Pantnagar to Ramnagar – the gateway to Jim Corbett National Park, takes about two hours to complete.
The Ramnagar Railway Station services trains to and from North and Western India, with direct connections to major cities including New Delhi and Mumbai.
Ramnagar’s Bus Station is sited right by the train station. Government-operated and private services ply from and to destinations in the rest of the state of Uttarakhand and the neighbouring states, as well as to New Delhi and select cities in Rajasthan.
State and National Highways, including NH 24 from New Delhi, NH 2 from Kolkata and NH 11 from Jaipur, link Ramnagar to major cities in north, east and central India.