The Corbett National Park

The Corbett National Park, one of India’s oldest national parks, is a popular wildlife destination for travellers who enjoy the outdoors and animals alike. The park is about 260 kilometres from New Delhi in the Indian state of Uttrakhand city of Ramnagar. The state of Uttarakhand in northern India is home to the forested wildlife refuge known as Jim Corbett National Park. It is well-known for its Bengal tigers and is abundant with wildlife. The Dhikala zone is home to several animals, including as tigers, leopards, and wild elephants. The park is conveniently located close to India’s National Capital City and is reachable via both rail and road.

How to Reach?

By rail (160 km) from Bareilly to Kichha to Haldwani to Ramnagar; Ramnagar is the only station that is close to Jim Corbett National Park. From Delhi, a direct train travels to Ramnagar. As an alternative, one can go by road from Haldwani, Kashipur, or Kathgodam to Ramnagar. These stations also have easy access to taxis.

The closest airport, Pantnagar Airport, which receives flights from Delhi, Mumbai, Goa, Guwahati, Pune, Bhubaneshwar, Ahmedabad, and Patna, is the closest to Corbett National Park if you want to go by air.

Flora and Fauna

Freshwater and alpine vegetation make up the unique flora found in national parks. Sal forests, Chaurs, Khair-Sissoo forests, among many others, are examples of the renowned alpine flora. On the other hand, river plants have their own separate hierarchies. In the Jim Corbett National Park, there are more than 600 different species of trees, shrubs, herbs, bamboos, grasses, climbers, and ferns.

You can easily find leopards in steep locations. But you can also spot them in lowland jungles. The Jungle Cat, Fishing Cat, and Leopard Cat are all members of the smaller-sized feline population. Deer species (Barking, Sambhar, Hogg, and Chital), sloth bears, Himalayan black bears, Indian grey mongoose, otters, elephants, Yellow-throated Martens, Ghoral (Goat-Antelopes), Indian pangolins, langurs, and Rhesus monkeys are among the other creatures that live in Jim Corbett National Park.

Things to do

Top 5 Outdoor Activities in Jim Corbett

One location that works for everyone is Jim Corbett National Park. This location is perfect for any trip, whether it be a weekend getaway, honeymoon, family outing, or something else entirely. Nevertheless, there are a few things you should be aware of before you ultimately visit the location. So, listed below are a few adventure activities you can partake in when visiting Jim Corbett National Park.

  • A nature hike
  • River Rafting (Only in Monsoon)
  • Nature Walks
  • Himalayan Ride

Safari Types

The three safari options available here are the vehicle safari, canter safari, and elephant safari, each of which gives you an amazing view of Jim Corbett’s stunning landscape and magnificent wildlife:

Canter Safari

The Canter Safari in Jim Corbett National Park is a unique way to experience the park’s wildlife and landscapes. Conducted in open roof canters, it allows larger groups of tourists to journey through the Dhikala zone, known for its rich biodiversity and scenic beauty. This safari is an excellent opportunity to spot various wildlife, including the Royal Bengal Tiger. It’s a popular choice due to its capacity and panoramic viewing experience, making it ideal for wildlife photography and observation in the vastness of Jim Corbett National Park

An all-inclusive Jim Corbett canter safari costs roughly INR 3000 for Indian citizens and INR 4500 for foreigners.

Jeep Safari

You can see the renowned Bengal tigers, Himalayan black bears, many species of deer, elephants, leopard cats, as well as the Indian Python, during the excursion.

One of the best activities in the nation is a jeep safari through Jim Corbett’s wilderness. This exhilarating excursion takes you through the untamed nature of the region, where you can admire the stunning flora and animals as well as the sub-Himalayan belt’s natural splendour. The majority of packages are enjoyed on an open-air jeep in a group.


Safari Zones

Dhela Zone

Dhela Zone

The Dhela zone was created In the park's southern buffer forest area. They have spotted only seven tigers together in the Dhela Zone woodlands over th...

Durgadevi Ecotourism Zone

Durgadevi Ecotourism Zone

In the park, the Durga Devi Zone is a hill safari area full of adventure and beautiful animals. The Ramganga River runs alongside it and the Durga Dev...

Garjiya Zone

Garjiya Zone

The eighth and most well-known ecotourism zone in Jim Corbett National Park is the Garjiya Zone. It became a part of the India tourism map in 2021. Af...

Jhirna Zone

Jhirna Zone

Corbett National Park's Jhirna Zone is a well-liked ecotourism area. The Jhirna zone became a part of park's older tourism zones in 1994, following a ...

Bijrani Zone

Bijrani Zone

After the Dhikala zone, the Bijrani zone is the safari zone that is best for viewing tigers. This area's scenic scenery, which includes sizable meadow...

Dhikala Zone

Dhikala Zone

One of the Corbett Park's most popular and frequently visited safari areas is the Dhikala zone. The Dhikala range, located 50 km away inside the park'...

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