Corbett National Park
Corbett National Park lies at the base of the Himalayan foothills, and named after the legendary hunter and naturalist, Jim Corbett.
Corbett offers a rich variety of habitats and mammals including Rhesus macaque, common langur, golden jackal, wild boar, chital, sambar, muntjac and hog deer are all common and regularly seen, as well as herds of Indian elephant. The park is famous for its tigers, though they can be quite elusive. The birdlife here is exceptional too with more than 620 species recorded.