Jim Corbett National ParkWatching the most graceful big cats in their own surroundings can be the biggest adventure that forest lovers enjoy from the core of their heart. The thrill knows no limits when the destination is Jim Corbett National Park, which is a tiger reserve that provides Royal Bengal Tigers their natural habitat. The geographic location of the place adds more to its popularity in India and abroad. As a result of that, a large number of visitors reach this tiger reserve from all over the world.
The best way to enjoy the natural beauty of the place is to arrange a jungle safari. In Jim Corbett National Park, the jungle safaris are available in three formats and the visitors can avail themselves of them in some specific regions. Canter Safari is available in Dhikala only whereas Elephant Safari is available in Dhikala and Sitabani areas. The visitors can avail Jeep Safari in Dhikala, Sitabani Jhirna, Dhela, Bijrani, and Durgadevi. The entry point to the forest reserve is Ramnagar, which is the gateway to the Jim Corbett Tiger Reserve. Here at Corbett National Park, we have a team of self-motivated professionals who possess in-depth knowledge about jungle safari packages. Talk to us right away!
For the convenience of visitors and streamlining tourism management Corbett Tiger Reserve has been divided into six mutually exclusive tourism zones, each having separate gate for entry.
Bijrani Jungle Safari
Bijrani safari zone is highly endowed with rich diversity of flora and fauna. Bijrani zone, situated at a suitable distance from Ramnagar is the most preferred zone for Wildlife enthusiasts visiting the park for day visit. The zone is known for its wonderful landscape and is very calm and quite place.
The beauty of this place is appreciated by all the visitors. This is one of the most tiger rich areas of the park.Birjani consists of a mixed topography with dense Sal forests combined with grasslands. It gives its visitors a wonderful experience of the beautiful forests. .... Read More
Durga devi Jungle Safari
Durga Devi Zone is the hill safari zone filled with wildlife beauty and adventure within the Corbett Tiger Reserve. Located at the North-Eastern side of the reserve, this area is cris crossed by Ramganga and Mandal rivers at several places. This zone is particularly famous for sighting wild elephants and Otters at Domunda Bridge. Famous Mahseer fish can also be seen in the river water of Durga Devi zone. Lush green forest in this range provides ample opportunity for bird watching as well.. .... Read More
Dhela Jungle Safari
The Dhela zone can be visited on a day safari, the permit for which can be reserved using the official website. The safari is done using the registered vehicles and a mandatory guide.This zone is extremely rich in flora and fauna. The zone spreads over 1,173 hectares, which has mixed forests of Sal, Rohini, Haldu, Bahera, Kusum vegetation, and tigers, leopards, Asiatic elephants, sloth bears and king cobras. The area is particularly rich in bird diveristy.
Private vehicles are not allowed in this zone just like the other zones of CTR. .... Read More
Jhirna Jungle Safari
Jhirna is located on the southern periphery of Corbett Tiger Reserve. The animal population also comprises sloth bear and wild elephants which provide great sights for the wild life enthusiasts. Jhirna zone is open throughout the year. The Jhirna jeep safari zone is one of the most eye-catching spots inside the Corbett Tiger Reserve. Day visit to Jhirna Zone is through Dhela Gate which is 20 Kms from Ramnagar. Its main topography mainly constitutes deciduous and secondary forest interspersed with plush open grasslands that offer amazingly good visibility of wild animals.. .... Read More
Sonanadi Jungle Safari (Pakhro Entry Gate..Near to Kotdwar)
The region has FRHs in both the Sonanadi Wildlife Sanctuary and the Domunda Tourism Zone of the Corbett Tiger Reserve. Halduparao, the only FRH in the Sonanadi Sanctuary and can be accessed from the Vatanvasa gate. The FRH at Kanda is in Corbett National Park. The FRHs of Morghatti and Pakhro are on the periphery of the Sonanadi Sanctuary and can be approached from Kalagarh and Kotdwar. The FRHs of Lohachaur, Rathuawadhab and Mundiyapani are in the Domunda Tourism Zone of CTR accessed from the. Durgadevi gate ahead of Ramnagar, The FRH of Kalagarh can be approached .... Read More