Uttrakhand is the 27th state of India. It came into existence on 9th November 2000, when it was formally separated from the parent state of Uttar Pradesh. This charming hilly state consists of the two regions, Garhwal in the west and Kumaon in the east. Both the regions are blessed with unlimited natural beauty, flora & fauna and are studded with a stunning snow-covered mountain peaks, which rank among the most beautiful mountains of the inner Himalayan range.
The full name of this place is Jim Corbett National Park which is situated in the foothills of Kumaon region. Corbett Park is known as the land of Tiger. The Park is spread in around 1320 sq.km. Corbett National Park is one of India’s largest national parks as it has a tiger population of around 160. Apart from Tiger many other wild animals found over there like Cheetal, Barking Deer, Elephant, Crocodile, Indian Langoor, Wild Pig, Jackle, bear, etc. The park is considered one of the best bird-watching areas in India also, with some 500 species having been sighted over here. The Ramganga river and flora & fauna make the park much more beautiful. The nearest airport is Pant Nagar & Ramnagar is the nearest railway station to visit Corbett Park.