About Corbett National Park
Jim Corbett National Park, is one of the most cherished national park of India, enriched with flora and fauna. Primitively named as Hailey National Park, it gradually came to be recognized as Jim Corbett National Park, on the name of famous hunter and nature conservationist, Sir James Edward Corbett.
Known for its varied topography and charismatic greenery, it boasts of having the big cat popularly recognized as Royal Bengal Tiger in the jungle. With the presence of several endangered species, the forest includes numerous migratory birds as well.
Inclusive of mind-blowing landscapes and wildlife, the Corbett national park shares the boundary with three districts, and they areNainital and Pauri, Almora. Meanwhile, the river streams, terrains, hills, marks the panoramic view of the national park.
Laying besides, the Sonanadi Wildlife Sanctuary, Jim Corbett finds its geographical location across Shiwalik Himalayas and the Terai. Thus have an exciting time enjoying the vast reserves of nature and dissolve in its impeccable beauty.
Corbett National Park is the perfect destination for adventure lover. As the world of wildlife, opens the prospects to review at several rare species of reptiles, insects, and birds, mammals, etc. Prominently known for its Asiatic Elephants, the forest is presumed to have around thousand species of flora and fauna.
Recognized as the primitive and first national park of India, Jim Corbett attracts the tourists from all over the world. Its widespread reach with diversity of mammals, reptiles, insects, bird, etc. is evident. And a ride through the forest is anenigmatic and electrifyingexperience.
Jim Corbett is a habitat for several migratory birds, as stated. However, the vibrant and vivid colors of the birds and its swift movement of wings are heat warming and captivating. Indeed it’s a view worthy having from your naked eyes.
How to Reach Jim Corbett?
It’s easy and feasible to reach Jim Corbett National Park. As all you have to do, is book your tickets for Ramnagar. And Ramnagar can be reached by road and rail. Thereafter, grab a taxi from Ramnagar railway station or bus stand to arrive at Jim Corbett Resorts & Hotels.
Provision of stay at Jim Corbett National Park
For further explorations of the Jungle, Jim Corbett leverages the accommodation facilities at forest rest house. And these living amenities can be availed at several zones of the forest consisting of Jhirna, dhela, Malani, Bijrani, Sultani, gairal, dhikala, kanda, lohachaur, etc. wherein the rooms are provided with double bed and basic amenities. And even the facility of dormitory is available at Dhikala and Gairal of the forest.
Privilege of Safaris
For the visit to national park, the provision of morning and afternoon jeep safari is granted by forest department of India for the tourists coming from all over the world. Whereas the time from May to June and November to March is considered to be the best time to visit the forest.
As per the norms, the safari ride is upheld from the registered vehicle which is a jeep.Additionally, the guidelines formulated by the forest department of India, has to be followed by the tourists in order to get the entry inside the national park.
There even persists the facility of Dhikala Canter safari at Dhikala zone which primarily consists of 16 person in one canter wherein only two canters are allowed for each shifts which ranges from morning and the afternoon. Furthermore, you can have the pleasure of elephant safari also at few zones of the national park.
Thus for booking the safari online, check out our Corbett booking safari page for attaining the entry permit.
Insight on Zones
The forest’s land is divided mainly into six different zones which includes the buffer and core areas of the jungle. And as per the preferences and openings of the zone, visitors can move to the jungle throughout the year depending upon the climatic conditions and roadways of the zone. As the zones differ from dry topology to marshy ones, therefore the zones such as Dhikala and Bijrani get closed for monsoons every year.
Six zones of the forest having separate entry gates:
Zone Entry Gate
Dhela - Dhela Entry Gate
Garjiya Zone - Garjiya Entry Gate
Dhikala Dhangarhi Entry Gate
Jhirna - Dhela Entry Gate
Bijrani - Amdanda Entry Gate
Durgadevi - Durgadevi Entry Gate
Sonandi - Vatanvasa Entry Gate
Conclusively, enhance your knowledge curve by knowing about the sheer abundance of nature’s treasure by sighting at hills, lakes, marshy lands, grasslands, riverine, etc.