A primal jungle, as Rudyard Kipling puts it, Corbett National Park is
a part of the Nainital and Pauri Garhwal districts in the state of Uttaranchal.
The park has managed to retain its primeval ambiance, where man must
walk timorously, in awe and with a strong sense of his own insignificance.
This is a no mean an achievement with the increasing number of tourists
visiting the park.
Corbett is the first national park of India and was first delimited in
consultation with Jim Corbett, the great hunter and wildlife conserver.
The park has grown considerably in its 64 years of eventful history. The
park has three well-defined seasons-winters from November to February,
summers from March to June, and rain rest of the year. The park is closed
for the visitors between June 15 to November 15 every year and you should
plan your visit accordingly.