Corbett National Park Safari

Corbett National Park

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Welcome To Corbett Jeep Safari

"Advance Jeep Safari Bookings for The new season 2020-21 have started. Jim Corbett National Park will open for tourists from October 1, 2020, onwards."

jeep safari in corbettJeep safari is available for tourists in the Dhela Zone, Bijrani Zone, Durga Devi Zone, Jhirna Zone, Sonanadi Zone, and Sitabani Corbett landscape zones of Jim Corbett national park. Indian nationals can book a jeep safari for INR 4250 per jeep and foreign nationals can do so by paying INR 8900 per jeep. A maximum of 6 adults and 2 kids (5-12 years of age) are allowed in one jeep. The safari charges include all taxes as well as guide fees. The timings for jeep safari change in different seasons.

The safari Jeep will stay with you as long as you stay at the forest house. One can book night stay accommodation for a maximum of three nights in any of the forest guest houses in the Jim Corbett National Park. During your stay at the FRH, you can go for the Jeep safari in the morning shift as well as in the evening shift. The maximum duration of both shifts is three and a half hours. The morning shift starts after the sunrise and the evening shift ends before the sunset. In order to reach any of the FRH in the Dikhala zone, you have to enter into the forest through the Dhangarhi gate where you have to show the accommodation permit and your identity card to the forest officials. The Dhikala FRH is the most sought after rest house as it is located at the core of the zone. It will take around 1 and a half hours to reach Dhikala FRH from the Dhangarhi entry gate. All other forest rest houses are located on the way to Dhikala FRH.

corbett jeep safariThe night stay facility in any of the forest rest houses in the Dhikala zone is available between 15th November and 15th June. In order to make a night stay at the forest rest houses in the Dhikala zone, you have to book your accommodation well in advance before visiting the Corbett as there is a very high rush of wildlife tourists for the night stay inside the forest and the availability of rooms is limited. The Indian and SAARC nationals can book accommodation in the forest lodges of Dhikala maximum 46 days in advance, while the visitors of other nationals can make the accommodation booking a maximum of 91 days in advance. Along with the accommodation booking, you also have to hire the Safari Jeep to visit the FRH.

A safari Jeep can carry a maximum of 6 adults and 2 children (below 11 years) apart from a driver and a guide, so, you have to decide according to the number of people in your group that you need one Jeep or more. To keep all the hassle of these bookings away, you can take our Dhikala Forest Lodge tour package which includes the night stay permit in Dhikala FRH, Jeep Safari, and a mandatory Naturist/Guide fee. With our package, you can enjoy your wildlife holiday in the forest rest house of Dhikala without any hassle.

Corbett Tour Packages

We at are committed to our customers for providing the best Jim Corbett packages from all over the world. Our esteemed clients can book not only Forest lodges and safaris but the entire packages. We have a host of options to choose from, including a budget, medium, and luxury packages. If our clients wish to book only the resorts or safaris with us, they do have that option open to them as well, but opting for a complete package always helps in having a hassle-free one-stop solution for your entire trip. Booking safaris, adventure activities, transport, and stay from different vendors may lead to confusion and may be problematic....

About Jim Corbett National Park

Jim Corbett National Park is India's first national park named after the hunter Jim Corbett, who played a key role in its making. The park came into existence in 1936 as Hailey National Park to protect the endangered Royal Bengal Tiger. Later it changed to Ramganga and finally Corbett National Park in the honor of legendary hunter, best known for hunting man-eating tigers and leopards. Situated in the Nainital District of Uttarakhand Corbett has been a great destination for foreign travelers coming to India for a long time.

The park has been a stamping ground for tourists and wildlife lovers since its establishment. In the past few years, the number of tourists coming here has increased dramatically. Though, tourism activities are allowed in a particular area of the Corbett Tiger Reserve so that you may get an opportunity to watch the varied wildlife and splendid landscape of the park. As per the official data, every season more than a lakhs of visitors come to the park from India and other countries. It is a great place for adventure seekers and wildlife adventure lovers.

Jim Corbett National Park is appropriately called the heaven of majestic tigers for the fact that it shelters a large population of tigers in its breathtaking landscapes that consists of exotic flora and fauna. Its foundation was led by the legendary hunter turned conservationist Sir Edward Jim Corbett (1875-1955). Snuggled among the foothills of Shivalik Ranges and Himalayas, Jim Corbett National Park is one of the most celebrated wildlife reserves in India. The first national park of India was established in 1936 to protect the family of Royal Bengal Tiger. Popularly called as a tiger as Tiger Capital of India and hence visited by several wildlife enthusiasts every year who wish to catch the glorious sight of Indian Tigers.

Sprawl over the vast area of 520 square kilometers, Corbett has different topography of lands like hills, grasslands, riverine belts, marshy depression, and large water bodies like the lake. The forest of Jim Corbett National Park is dotted with Sal, Peepal, and mango trees. More than 73 percent area of the park is covered with the forests of these forests. The entire area of the park feeds more than 600 species of birds, 110 kinds of trees, 50 species of mammals, and 25 different species of reptiles.

To enhance wildlife tourism and maximize wildlife sightings the area of the Jim Corbett National Park has been divided into five distinct tourism zones. Bijrani, Jhirna, Durgadevi, Dhela, and Dhikala are the designated safari zones and fall under the Corbett Tiger Reserve area. 4x4 Jeep vehicle is the most feasible option to explore the wilderness of the park. Wildlife travelers and regular tourists from the different parts of the world and within the country visit the park to take the subtle glimpses of royal majestic tigers. Its rich bio-diversity, splendid landscape and diverse wildlife have attained so much of admiration.

The four different zones have different timings depending upon the seasons. But usually, the park opens at 5:30 in the morning and closes at 10:00. Again the tourists can go inside the park at 2:00 in the afternoon and it shuts at 6:00 in the evening. The morning is the best time when one can spot the big cats moving around in their natural habitat. The different zones have different entry gates. For Dhikala dhangari is the entry gate, Bijrani-Amananda, Jhirna- jhirna gate, Domunda- Durga Devi gate.

Fast Facts About Corbett National Park
  • Sprawl over 6000 Sq Km (core area of 322 Km)
  • Situated at an altitude of 400-1200 meter above the sea level
  • Rich flora with 488 different species of plants
  • It is among the 13th protected areas maintained by world wildlife fund
  • The wildlife diversity includes 580 species of birds, 50 mammals and 25 species of reptiles
  • Trees like Sal, Peepal, Haldu, Rohini and Mango trees covers 73% of the total forest area

How To Reach Jim Corbett National Park

Jim Corbett National Park one of India's finest wildlife destinations, is located in Nainital District of Uttarakhand province. The Corbett is 260 kilometers away from Delhi, the capital city of independent India. The small town of Ramnagar forms the headquarters of Corbett Tiger Reserve. Ramnagar is well connected by rail or road to Delhi, Moradabad, Bareilly and Nainital. Uttarakhand State transport buses ply at a short interval of time from Delhi, Moradabad, Haldwani to Ramnagar.

Jim Corbett National Park By Air: Jim Corbett National Park doesn't have an airport. Phoolbagh and pantnagar is the nearest airport which is approx 78 kilometers away from the national park. Flights from Delhi and Lucknow fly to Pantnagar twice in a week. So, tourists can arrange accordingly. Taxis are easily available from Pantnagar to Jim Corbett. Delhi which is 260 km away has the domestic as well as international airport for the people travelling from abroad.

Corbett Park By Road: Jim Corbett National Park is well connected by road network to major cities of India. The drive from Delhi to Jim Corbett takes five and half hours. The National Park is located at 15 Kms from Ramnagar town and 433 Kms from Lucknow via Bareilly. Route: Delhi - Hapur - Gajraula - Moradabad - Kashipur - Ramnagar - Corbett.

Jim Corbett By Rail: Ramnagar (15 Kms) is the nearest railway station to Jim Corbett Tiger Reserve. It is well connected to major stations of India including New Delhi. Ranikhet Express is one of the trains that operate daily from Delhi railway station to Kathgodam. Bus or taxi is easily available from the Ramnagar railway station that takes you to Jim Corbett National Park. You can check out for Corbett Link Express and Kathgodam Express also.


Distance Chart from Different Major Cities:
  • New Delhi to Jim Corbett - 260 Kilometers
  • Nainital to Jim Corbett - 65 Kilometers
  • Ranikhet to Jim Corbett - 93 Kilometers
  • Agra to Jim Corbett - 340 Kilometers
  • Dehradun to Jim Corbett - 250 Kilometers
  • Haridwar to Jim Corbett - 180 Kilometers
  • Rishikesh to Jim Corbett - 210 Kilometers