Best Time to Visit: 15th November to 15th June because during this period of time all the tourism zones are opened for tourists where every wildlife lover can fully enjoy the entire Corbett National Park jungle area. The gates are closed at sunset and no night driving is allowed.
Monsoon (July – September): This is the best time for those who want to avoid crowd and want to spent time for walking and trekking. This is the best time to observe flora in Corbett. Avoid crowed weekends on that time.
Winter (October – February): This is best time for birds watching and catches the sight of Tiger. Nights get very cold. One can enjoy full jungle adventure on that period.
Summer (March to June): Summer season is the ideal time for sighting animals.
How to get there:
By Air: The National Park does not have its own airstrip or helipad. For domestic tourists, the nearest airport is Phoolbagh (Pantnagar), which lies at a distance of 50 km from the park. From Pantnagar, you can take flights to travel to major cities of India. There are regular flights operating to New Delhi and Lucknow, from here.
On Tracks: To reach the Corbett National Park, the nearest railway station is located at Ramnagar, which is the terminus of Delhi – Moradabad – Ramnagar broad gauge branch of North East Railway. From here, trains are easily available to reach major cities across the country. One of the regular trains, which operate from Delhi to Ramnagar, is the Ranikhet Express.
By Road: Jim Corbett National Park is connected to major cities of India via a good network of roads. There are regular buses which ply from important cities like Delhi, Lucknow and Ramnagar. For reaching Jim Corbett National Park from New Delhi, the Hapur – Muradabad – Ramnagar route is quite suitable. Private taxis can also be hired to reach the Park.