Travel to the picturesque foothills of Kumaon and embark on wildlife safaris to the Corbett National Park located near Ramnagar in Uttaranchal, India.
Established in the year 1936 this reserve forest was initially known as the Hailey National Park and was later renamed as the Corbett National Park after the famed naturalist and wildlife conservationist Jim Corbett who dedicated a huge chunk of his life to the understanding of the ecology of this area and spent most of his life studying the wild animals in the area.
Corbett National Park was given the status of a Project Tiger Reserve in the year 1973.
New Age Tours offers online booking for wildlife vacations to the Corbett National Park in Ramnagar, Uttaranchal, India.
During your wildlife tours to Corbett National Park, India with New Age Tours you get ample opportunity to spot wild animals like tigers, jungle cats, leopards, elephants, civets, porcupines, wild dogs, sloth bear, bears, and Jackals.
The Corbett National Park in Ramnagar, Uttaranchal, India is home to about 50 tigers.
Enjoy jeep safaris to the Corbett National Park in Uttaranchal, India that is spread over a sprawling 520 kilometers. Vast stretches of savannah grasslands and dense Sal forests cover the Corbett National Park.
Watch marsh crocodiles, pythons and long-snouted gharial on the banks of the Ramganga reservoir during your wildlife vacations to the Corbett National Park in Ramnagar, Uttaranchal, India. The Ramganga River abounds in fishes and is a great place for those who love angling.
More than 600 species of birds inhabit the Corbett National Park.
New Age Tours arranges for you to obtain entry permits to the Corbett National Park that is well connected by road to the Dhikala Camp.