Corbett National Park, named for Jim Corbett, the legendary hunter and naturalist, is 286 km from Delhi. Corbet was founded in 1936 as Haley National Park. The current name, the third in a row, he received in 1967. This is the first park of this scale and one of the best parks of nature reserve of India. The park stretches for 1300 sq. Km at the foot of the Himalayas. Part of the territory is forests and pastures stretching along the banks of the Ramganagar River. About 50 species of mammals, 580 species of birds and 25 species of reptiles are included in the Corbett list. But the most famous inhabitants of the park are the Royal Bengal tigers.