Corbett National Park:
The famous Corbett is located in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand and is the first national park that was established in India in the year 1936. Named after the iconic Jim Corbett, the forest presents its visitors with a garden variety of flora and fauna. Although known for its population of Bengal Tigers, the forests are also home to large demographics of Elephants, Leopards, Langurs, Deers, Sambars, Himalayan Black Bears, Himalayan Gorals and a whole lot more, scattered around in the various vegetation types that the national park houses. It is also the center of attention for numerous migratory birds along with Corbett’s own in-house avian inhabitants. The region dotted with thick green foliage and a number of rivers present to the visitor, an experience of the wild that matches none.
Rajaji National Park:
Rajaji is a humongous national park cum Tiger reserve that is spread all over the Haridwar, Dehradun and Pauri Garhwal districts of Uttarakhand. Monumental in the total area it encompasses, Rajaji is famously known for its sizeable populations of Elephants and Tigers spread evenly throughout the park. Other notable fauna consists of the Mountain Goat, the Striped Hyena, Leopard Cats, Civets and both the Sloth and Himalayan Black bears. Bordering the low lying Shivaliks, the extremely photogenic landscape provides a sublime mixing of large stretches of forests standing in front of the foggy Blue Mountains in the distance.