Looking for Jeep safari online booking and interested in wildlife jeep safari either you want to get an open jeep safari or Canter Safari for Dhikala we will help you to make your booking easy for Jim Corbett National park. In Jim Corbett National Park tourists have 3 options Gypsy Safari, Dhikala Canter Safari, and Gypsy Safari in Corbett landscape, and at CorbettJeepSafari.com you will get all services.
Jim Corbett National Park has 6 zones and 2 buffer zones and with the help of safari you can visit and explore these zones in the best way however you like Dhikala, Bijrani, Jhirna, Durgadevi, Sitabani, and Dhela are most visited zones of this park and Corbett administration provide permits for a safari inside Park so when we want to have a jeep safari so safari can only go in some places inside the park which are desisted by the forest department. According to 2019, this park has 442 tigers and tiger sighting depends on chance, and your luck if you are searching a wildlife vacation near Delhi so you should choose Jim Corbett National Park and have a jeep safari in the lush green forest and have a thrilling experience of facing wild animals.
Price : (Indian) INR 6500 / Jeep ( Maximum 6 Persons & 2 children (b/w - 5 to 12 years) are allowed in ONE Jeep)
Price : (Foreigner) INR 11000 / Jeep ( Maximum 6 Persons & 2 children (b/w - 5 to 12 years) are allowed in ONE Jeep )
Zones : Bijrani / Jhirna / Dhela / Durgadevi or Teda Gate/Pawalgarh Tourist Zone
Timings : Morning 5:30 AM - 9.30 AM | Afternoon 3:00 PM - 6:30 PM (Safari Timing Varies as Season Changes)
04 WD Open Jeep safaris are the best way to observe wildlife at the thick & lush green forest of Jim Corbett National Park. 04 X 04 Open Jeeps with groups of tourists, individuals accompanied by an experienced naturalist are allowed into the park at fixed timings during early morning and afternoon. The jeep has to follow a fixed route and leave the park by the end of the appointed time. Many popular wildlife experts and wildlife photographers have observed and photographed the largest cat family member of Jim Corbett National Park by doing jeep safaris. Since the jeeps follow fixed routes, the animals are not unduly disturbed.
Jeep safaris keep one enthralled for the adventure and provide the flexibility to explore especially those places, which are difficult to travel via any other mode of transportation.
At Jim Corbett National park in a single day jeep safari can be done 02 times. One in the early morning hrs & the other one in the late afternoon by using 06 seater open vehicle. In each vehicle, 6 passengers were allowed to travel along with one naturalist and one driver. Before entering into the National Park one has to complete some necessary paper formalities at the entrance gate regarding vehicle details, naturalist details, visitor’s details, etc. All these formalities take almost 15 to 20 minutes.
Visitors are advised to drive slowly and with care. Drawing at the national park is different from driving in city roads or highway. A deer on the road or a tiger by the roadside, if without interruption provides more pleasure than the one that runs away. Sighting wild animals in Jim Corbett is exciting. All the animals at the national park are wild. Getting close to them is not only prohibited, it is dangerous also. Respect the wild animals and always maintain a safe distance from them remember you are in their home and they get the first priority. Bright colors can disturb the animals therefore during safari rides for the national park, clothes should ideally be in muted jungle shades of beige, brown, green, and such as preferably neutral and earth-colored clothes. Keep your all senses open during park safari for better wildlife viewing and avoid loud conversation which can disturb the animals & can reduce the possibility of sighting animals. Always take services of the officially authorized guides during the game drive as they are local, experienced & well familiar with the surroundings & can take you to the right places in the right time to see the exceptional wildlife of Jim Corbett National Park.