Corbett Treat Resort is located along the southeast border of Corbett Tiger Reserve, about 13 km from Ramnagar town in the state of Uttarakhand. We are open through out the year, with access to the Jhirna & Sitabani tourism zones during the monsoon when the rest of the park is closed.
The drive can take between five and six hours, depending on traffic. Take the NH 24 from Delhi to Moradabad via Hapur and Simbhaoli. Get onto the Moradabad bypass and take a left turn onto NH 74 to Ramnagar via Thakurdwara and Kashipur. As you enter Ramnagar town there is a sharp turn left and then another 13km to village Dhela and Corbett Treat Resort.
The nearest railhead is Ramnagar (13km). A daily Delhi-Ramnagar rail, the 15035 Sampark Kranti Express departs at 1600 hrs from Old Delhi railway station, reaching Ramnagar at 2040 hrs. Earlier in the day, the 25036 Link Express departs Ramnagar at 0950 hrs, arriving in Delhi at 1520 hrs.
The nightly 15013 Ranikhet Express leaves Delhi for Ramnagar from the Old Delhi station at 2230 hrs, arriving in Ramnagar at 0455 hrs the following morning. The 25014 Corbett Park Link, a daily link back to Delhi departs at 2200 hrs, arriving at 0355 hrs at the Old Delhi station.
Jim Corbett National Park is one of the most prestigious wildlife parks in India and is the home to a wide number of animals and birds in the region. Many migratory birds can also be seen in this area and visitors flock every season to get a glimpse of the majestic beasts and exotic birds. The terrain covers an area of over 1000 kilometres with vast areas of flora and fauna adorning the location. This makes it an ideal place for wild animals, birds, and reptiles and helps in creating a perfect ecosystem of its own.
Jim Corbett Park was developed in 1936 by the renowned ranger and conservationist Jim Corbett. Many wild animals are sheltered in this area among which the Bengal tigers and the sloth bears are pretty famous. Deer species like Sambhar, Nilgais and even Cheetals can be found in the national park area. There are many beautiful waterfalls and streams available in the Jim Corbett National Park region.
There are several tourist zones in the Ramnagar Corbett Park vicinity. Few of the locations are cut off from the general public and can be accessed by forest rangers and government officials. Some areas are completely covered by creepers and trees making them impossible to penetrate. Tigers, bears, deer, and elephants roam the land and continue to make healthy living within these wildlands. A few of the important tourist and public zones are encompassed below for the visitors to check.
A jungle safari and bird watching in Ramnagar Corbett Park utilizing jeeps can be a memorable trip to cherish in the later days. Individuals can book their rooms with us at our pet-friendly, Corbett Treat Resort within the park area and plan their essential safari trips accordingly. Corbett Treat Resort can also help visitors in booking wildlife safaris at affordable prices too and is also an ideal venue for hosting weddings and family parties like marriage anniversaries and birthdays. Visiting the buffer and core regions in the national park can surely make anyone excited with the large variety of animals and birds inhabiting the region. Two trips (early morning and afternoon) are conducted on all the days to various zones and it is essential to check their availability before opting for a trip in the wildlands.
Corbett Treat Resort can help our customers in creating an itinerary for visiting Ramnagar Corbett Park. Fixing and organizing jeep safaris are easy and individuals can certainly cherish the memories in the future as well. Visitors are warmly welcomed in our resort and further events can be hosted for organizations and their different staff members.