A Detailed Guide to Jim Corbett National Park
Nestled amidst the dense
and rugged settings of Nainital district in Uttarakhand, this wildlife abode is
one of the pioneer projects to protect the majestic Bengal Tigers. Built in
1936 as the 'Hailey National Park', it was later renamed as the Ramganga
National Park in an around 1955 and finally to Jim
Corbett National Park in 1957
in the honour of the legendary hunter Jim Corbett.
A colonel in the British
Indian Army, Jim Corbett was one of the most renowned hunters of the colonial
era. Though he was known for all his encounters with the man-eating beasts, he
was often referred to a 'sadhu' or saint by the local villagers. Post
retirement, he not only turned into a wildlife author, but also took active
part in spreading as well as creating awareness among the common people. His
efforts to protect the endangered Indian Tigers, his works on how to conserve
these predators, and his passion towards the wildlife played an important role
in the significant rise in the population of the Royal Bengal Tigers.
Spreading across 520sq.km,
the park is considered as the oldest and one of the largest in the country. A
home to more than 400 different species of flora and fauna, it mainly comprises
of rugged hills, marsh lands and grasslands with sufficient supply of water
round the year. Talking about the flora population around the park, it has a
total of 11o different species that forms an evergreen covering and serves as a
natural habitat for different wildlife species.
Types of Corbett Safaris:
1. Elephant Safari:
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Spotting some of the deadly predators along with other playful dwellers of the park has its own charm and cannot be missed at any cost! But again, if this exciting activity can be done while sitting on the back of a giant yet gentle mammal of the park, the fun and excitement will surely become double!
Elephant safari in Jim Corbett is one of the most exciting and fun frolic things to do. One of the most sought after safari options in the park, elephant safari not only allows you the closest encounter with the fascinating charm and the inhabitants of the jungles, but also takes you to some of the core areas that are almost impossible to access with jeeps or open canters.
In addition, these safaris ensures a perfect eco-tour within the park which in turn contributes to the conservation steps of the park. Conducted under the guidance of well-trained and expert mahouts, elephant safaris also ensures maximum safety, fun and excitement to the visitors.
Elephant safaris are conducted twice in a day; 06:00 - 08:00 in the morning and 03:00 - 05:00 in the evening; timing is applicable for both summer and winter.
The popular zones for elephant safari are Bijrani and Dhikala.
NOTE: The safaris are conducted on first come first serve basis and needs no prior booking.
2. Canter Safari:
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Conducted and operated only by the forest officials, canter safaris are yet another exciting way to delve deep into the wilderness of Jim Corbett Park! Operated twice in a day, usually open-roof canters with a seating capacity of 16-18 members are used for this purpose.
For a larger group of visitors, canter safaris are the most ideal ways to enjoy wildlife safaris. Also, as the vehicles assures maximum safety to the passengers, visitors of almost all age groups can enjoy these rides; however, minors must be accompanied with an adult during the safaris.
The safaris usually lasts for around 5 hours and takes the passengers to some of the most popular sites for wildlife spotting and as the vehicles are open, they promises you the most fascinating experience of the wild! Also, since only 4 canters are allowed at a time, it is advisable to book the safari well in advance.
• Summer: As summers offer much clear views, the first batch of safari starts at around 05:30 in the morning and continues till 12:30 in the noon. Post this, the second batch starts at around 12:20 in the noon and winds up by 06:30 in the evening.
• Winters: Safaris during the winters start by around 06:00 in the morning and closes down by around 11:00. The last batch of canter is allowed into the forests between 11:00AM to 04:00PM only.
Zones: Among all the four buffer zones, only Dhikala Zone is open for canter safaris.
NOTE: Since the safaris are carried out in eco-friendly zone, visitors should carry a disposable bag to carry back their leftovers and leave no trace within the park. Also, alcohol and non-vegetarian foods are strictly not allowed during the safaris.
3. Jeep Safari:
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Among all the safari options in Jim Corbett Park, jeep safaris are the most popular. Conducted twice in a day, these safaris are allowed throughout all the buffer zones of the park and allotted in a group of 25-30 jeeps at a time; depending on the zone. Compared to the canters, as these vehicles are smaller in size, they takes you some of the core areas that are inaccessible by the canters. Though smaller in size, they promises you an extremely enthralling and exciting jungle or wildlife safari within the park.
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Keeping you close to the wilderness of the national park, jeeps take you to some of the hidden corners of the jungles that are quite often visited by the majestic Bengal Tigers and other wild predators. They are in fact the best option to embark on a tiger trekking trail within the park.
With the jeep safaris, you can also embark on exciting sightseeing tours around the park. Sitabani Buffer Zone that do not come under the recommended buffer zones of the park, is also one of the most popular sites for jeep safaris. Owing to its tranquil and serene ambience, visitors can make it this zone and spend some of the pleasant and blissful moments with the Mother Nature in Sitabani.
• Summers: Like the canter safaris, jeep safaris during the summer starts at around 06:00 in the morning and continues till 09:00 in the morning. The next batch of jeeps are allowed into the jungles between 03:00 - 06:00PM.
• Winters: Keeping in mind about the visibility constraint during the winters, the first batch of jeeps are allowed between 07:00 to 10:00 in the morning. Following this, the second batch starts at around 02:00PM and continues till 05:00 in the evening.
Jeep safaris are allowed to all the four different zones of the park. However, the number of jeeps allowed might vary according to the Forest Permit.
NOTE: Since the number of jeeps permitted varies according to the zones, it is advisable to book the safaris well in advance; 30 days is the suggested time frame.
Best Time to Visit Jim Corbett:
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Fringed with numerous
ravines and lakes, the monsoon; July to September, experiences a heavy rainfall
throughout the national park. Due to this the ravines and lakes within the
park's premises overflows and the roads within the park gets washed away.
During this time of the year, tourism or any other activities are not allowed
inside the park.
Soon after the monsoons get
over, the roads inside the park are rebuilt and once they are motor-able, the
park reopens in November (mid) and attracts the wildlife lovers till the mid of
April. Also, as during this period, the days remain brighter as compared with
the nights, it ensures exciting options for wildlife safaris and spotting
within the park.
Types of Flora and Fauna in Jim Corbett:
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Fringed with the gurgling
Ramganga River, numerous ridges and plateaus, the park serves as an ideal abode
to a kaleidoscopic range of flora and fauna. While the abundance of water
bodies and the favourable climatic conditions supports the growth and nurture
of different types of flora species, it finally results in all the required
conditions for the significant wildlife population of the park.
The list of flora within
the park starts from non-flowering plants like ferns, lichens, mosses and
continues with different types of flowering plants including the exotic
orchids, dodder, scarlet red flowers and several others. The park also has a
significant number of woody climbers like melletia auriculata, crypotepris
buchanani, porana paniculata and others. Among the types of grass and herbs,
you can find kansi, baib, tiger grass, khus khus, cyanthia, drymaria diandra,
bhilmora, euphorbia hirta, clover and others alike.
Different types of shrubs
and bamboo plants can also be found in large number within the park. On the
other hand, chir pine, date palm, kanju, jamun, aamla, banj oak, semal, maddar,
kanchnaar and dhak are some of the commonly found tree species within the park.
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Talking about the fauna of
the Jim Corbett National Park, predators like the Bengal Tiger, leopard,
jungle cat, fishing cat and leopard cat mainly comprises the list. Other
dominant inhabitants of the park include Indian Elephant, buffalo and Himalayan
Black Bear. Among the other types of mammal, you can find a large population of
barking deer, sambar deer, hog deer, chital, sloth, Indian grey mongoose,
otters, yellow throat martens, Himalayan gorals and others.
The park also has a
significant population of avifauna. Till now, a total of 586 different species
has been recorded within the park. This includes birds like parakeet, crested
serpent eagle, bee-eaters, tawny fish owl, red jungle fowl and several other
migratory and local birds.
A large number of Indian
python, crocodile and gharial along with wide range of reptiles, amphibians and
fishes can also be found within the park.
Buffer Zones in Jim Corbett National Park:
Though the park is famed as
the only national park in the country that allows overnight stay to the
visitors, entry within the park is restricted to certain areas. Keeping in mind
about the safety of both the visitors and the natural dwellers of the jungles,
the whole of the park is divided into four different zones where tourist
activities are allowed. Known as the 'buffer zones', these are Dhikala, Jhirna,
Bijrani and Durga Devi zones.
Largest of all the buffer
zones, Dhikala Zone is the hub for the visitors to the park. With the Dhangadi
Gate as the entry point, it is known for its abundance of wildlife species like
Bengal Tigers, Asian Elephants, deer, chital, crocodile, reptiles like cobra,
and birds like vulture, dove and several others. November (mid) to June (mid)
is the best time to visit this buffer zone of the park.
Only 16km from the heart of
the Ramnagar, this buffer zone is one of the newly introduced among all the
other zones. Well connected with the city limits, it can easily reached by
buses, taxis and other means of communication. In addition to the stunning
beauty of this zone, it is also known as one of the ideal spots to have an
encounter with the fascinating bears. While Jhirna Gate serves as the entry
point to this zone, it is best visited during the months of October to the end
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For the nature lovers who
crave to witness the different flora species of the park, Bijrani Zone is the
most ideal place to be! Located only 1km from the limits of Ramnagar, it is
also popular among the wildlife lovers. With the Amdanda Gate as its entry
point, it serves as a perfect place to spot wildlife species like elephant,
tiger, deer, chital, and monkeys along with an array of bird species. October
(mid) to June (end) is the best time to visit the Bijrani Zone.
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Upon entering through the
Durga Devi Gate of the park, you will be at the Durga Devi Zone that is known
for a significant number of avifauna species. A paradise for the bird watchers,
it shelters a large number of grey headed eagle, marron orile, crested laughing
thrushor, black chinned yuhina and others. For a much exciting and fun frolic
experience, you must visit this zone during the months of November (mid) to
In addition to these four
main zones, the park also has some of the secondary sightseeing areas that are
equally popular among the visitors. These are:
Incorporated within the
tiger reserve zone in 2014, it is one of the famed eco-tourism zones within the
park. Around 13km from Ramnagar, it remains open throughout the year and
attracts a large number of tourists who yearns to enjoy the undulated views of
the nature and wildlife of Jim Corbett Park.
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Though this one does not
come under the limits of the main park, it still attracts a significant number
of nature enthusiasts. Its tranquil ambience, scenic beauty and openness serves
as the main attraction among the tourists.
Things to do in Jim Corbett:
While the lush and dense
forests of Jim Corbett Park serves as an ideal home to a wide range of
wildlife; some of which has already been declared as endangered. Owing to the
large population of various exotic species, the park makes it an ideal
destination for several enthralling activities. In addition, the rugged and
exhilarating settings of the park also entices the adventure junkies and the
leisure seekers to indulge in an array of activities and quench all their yearnings
for thrill and excitement.
Here are some of the most
popular activities and things to do Jim Corbett
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Jungle safaris are in fact
the most popular activities within the fascinating settings of the park. A
gateway to the lush and magical beauty of the park, these safaris are conducted
across various corners or the buffer zones throughout the day. Taking you
through the natural habitats of the jungle dwellers, these safaris not only
allows you to witness and spot the grandiosity of the jungles, but also offers
you numerous chances of spotting the mighty predators of the jungles.
Conducted through jeeps and
open canters, these safaris allow you to opt for the most convenient and
exciting ways to delve deep into the dense thickets and have a glimpse of their
wilderness. While the jeep safaris are more suitable for a smaller group, the
open canter safaris are preferable for larger groups and alike.
Also, for those who want to
explore and enjoy the magical beauty of Corbett's fascinating range of wildlife
in a steady pace, they can opt for the elephant safaris and step into the
wilderness of the park. Mostly conducted during the early mornings, these
safaris also prove to be exciting ways to witness and enjoy the appealing charm
of the park.
A visit to Jim Corbett National Park without wildlife spotting is never complete! As tourist movements are
allowed in certain parts of the park, one can avail the jungle safaris
conducted daily and make their way into the buffer zones for an enthralling
wildlife spotting experience.
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Most of the wildlife
spotting safaris make their way through the Dhangadi Gate and takes the
wildlife lovers to the Dhikala Zone which is known for its abundance of
wildlife. Conducted for a considerable amount of time, these safaris allow you
to witness and spot the dwellers of the jungles in their natural habitats and
also from a close hand.
Bijrani and Jhirna zones
are also known for their amazing range of wildlife population. While the Jhirna
Zone serves as a befitting destination to spot the bears, Bijrani Zone allows
you to have an encounter with species like elephant, tiger, crocodile, and
chital along with a myriad list of avifauna.
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Talking about the fun
frolic nature activities in the Jim Corbett Park, bird watching also attracts a
large number of nature lovers to the park. Among all the popular spots for this
exciting activity, the Durga Devi Zone sounds to the most wonderful location.
The lush green settings around this zone and the availability of foods attract
a large number of local as well as migratory birds to this locale. Winter is
the best time or bird watching in this zone as during this period of the year,
it attracts a large number of migratory birds to this region.
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When it comes to the
immaculate beauty of the Mother Nature, Corbett
National Park outshines most
of the national parks in the entire nation. An ideal home to a fascinating
range of flora and fauna, its enchanting beauty proves to be a true delight for
the shutterbugs. Be it nature or wildlife photography, the bucolic settings and
the exotic range of the park's wildlife entices photographers from almost all
the corners of the world.
For the adrenaline seekers,
the park also offers several enthralling games and activities; river rafting is
undoubtedly one of the thrilling offers of the park. Set beside several
gurgling rivers, one can find many different rafting sites around the park's
premises. Ranging from easy to challenging, one can cruise through almost all
sorts of rapids while visiting the park.
When it comes to angling or
game fishing, Corbett National Park can be called as one of the most promising
destinations in the country. Among all the spots or destinations for angling,
the Ramganga River host the most wonderful spots and camps for angling. And
among all the fishing spots in the vicinity, Matwasha nd Rikawasi are the two
renowned destinations for golden mahseer fishing.
The Kosi River flowing
through the thickets of Corbett also offers several exciting spots for game
fishing. However, fishing in Kori River is permitted only during October to
The rugged landscapes and
settings of the park also attracts a considerable number of mountain bikers
from various corners of the globe. The different levels of biking around the
park make it even more enthralling for the bikers. Also, in addition to biking,
one can also indulge in nature sightseeing, camping, and wildlife spotting
around the park.
To note here, you should
avoid the monsoons as the terrains within the park get washed away due to the
Climbing and Rappelling:
Be it rappelling or rock
climbing, the park has its own charm and allurement! As already said, the park
offers several craggy an uneven rock formations, it serves as an ideal hotspot
for these two adventure activities.
Among all the ways to explore
and discover the natural charm of the park, nature trekking promises the most
wonderful experience to the visitors. Though permitted across a handful of
regions inside the park, you will never find a dull moment during nature
trekking inside the park. An absolute way to discover the lush beauty of the
nature, it also allows the visitors to camp within the premises of the park and
enjoy its alluring charm from a close hand.
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Owing to the several
gurgling rivers; especially the Kosi and Ramganga Rivers, Corbett also hosts an
array of spots for river crossing. During the activity, the participants are
harnessed to a rope whose other end is tied to the opposite side of the river,
and thy have to cross the river with the help of the rope. The activity not
only makes it for an enthralling experience, but also introduces the thrill
seekers to the various types of terrains, gorges and boulder strewn paths
within the park.
IF you are among the
camping enthusiasts, you must visit the Corbett
National Park! Guarded by
captivating hillocks, adorned by several rivers and fringed with lush
greeneries, it is the only park in the entire country that allows overnight
camping to the visitors.
Among all the activities
you can enjoy within the limits of the park, camping always ensure you maximum
exposure to the untouched beauty of the park. In addition to this, it also
allows you to stay close to the wilderness of the forests along with many
different activities and things to do. The park has a large number of private
as well as government camps that promises exciting camping options to the
to Stay in Jim Corbett:
Being the only national
park in India that allows overnight stay to the visitors, Jim Corbett also
houses a number of wildlife resorts and camps across its length and breath.
Here are some of the most popular and ideal places to stay within the limits of
1. Ramganga Resort:
Located around 20km from
Dhikala Zone and 29km from Durga Devi Gate of the park, Ramganga Resort is one
of the most sought after retreats in Ramnagar. Nestled amidst lush greeneries
and guarded by fascinating hillocks, it is known for its luxurious offerings
and offers a blissful stay amidst the wilderness of the jungles.
Irrespective of when and
with whom you are visiting, it promises a warm hospitality and range of
dedicated service to its patrons. Well-equipped and spacious rooms, modern
amenities and facilities, separate swimming pool for adults and kids, indoor
and outdoor game options, and a library within the resort will surely make your
2. Corbett Riverside Resort:
Seated on the banks of the
Kosi River and around 7km from the Bijrani Gate of the park, this holiday home
is also among the best places to stay in Jim Corbett. Offering you the best of
the wildlife experience, the resort boasts of its aesthetically designed rooms
and the bucolic surroundings.
A perfect place to wind up
and soak in the wilderness of the jungles, glass rooms in Corbett Riverside
Resort is a true delight for the visitors. These rooms not only keeps you close
to the nature, but also offers panoramic views of the surroundings. Among the
other amenities and facilities of the resort, there is swimming pool, health
centre, multi-cuisine restaurant and lot more in this resort.
3. Maya The Forest & Spa Resort:
An ode to luxury and
comfort amidst the lush settings of Jim Corbett, Maya Resort promises a
pleasant stay to the visitors who crave for a perfect holiday in Jim Corbett.
With an in-house spa, the resort also assures a relaxed and rejuvenating
experience to its patrons. In addition to this, the array of activities
conducted within the resort, adds an extra amount of fun and delight to your
With a total of 24
well-furnished rooms, colourful lawns, and a range of modern amenities, this
holiday retreat makes it for a wonderful experience in and around the park. Its
facilities like modern bathrooms, LCD TV, power backup, swimming pool, gym, and
several others cater to all the needs and requirements of the patrons.
4. Wood Castle Resort:
Located around 10km from
the heart of Ramnagar, Wood Castle Resort is an ultimate retreat to surrender
oneself into the hands of nature! Seated at the foothills of the Shivalik
Ranges, it keeps its visitors enchanted with all its delightful services and
Rooms here offers astounding
views of the surroundings and are decked with almost all the modern amenities
and facilities. Serving a range of delicacies from Indian, Chinese and
Continental cuisine, it promises a flavoursome stay to the visitors. Also,
indoor and outdoor game options, spa and ayurvedic treatments, and all the
other facilities provided by Wood Castle will surely make your holiday much
5. Le Roi Resort:
A resort that goes friendly
with your wallet, Le Roi is also among the must visit resorts in Jim Corbett.
Overlooking the lush and dense thickets of the Himalayas, this retreat has
around 24 rooms that are authentically designed to offer a pleasant and
comforting stay to the guests. In addition to this, wooden flooring, elegant
furniture, glass windows and other facilities within the rooms will add an
extra charm to your stay.
Along with a luxurious
stay, the resort also promises delicious foods to its visitors. Expert chefs
and cooks within the Le Roi Resort knows the art of pampering your taste buds
and make you crave for more! Other facilities and amenities of the resort
includes coffee shops, swimming pool, fitness centre, in-built bar, intercom
facility and lot more.
6. The Den Corbett:
A resort that perfectly
camouflages with the lush jungles and forests, The Den Corbett is yet another
ideal retreats in Jim Corbett! Whether you are travelling with your family;
including kids, friends or colleagues, this holiday home around the park will
promise you pleasant and memorable moments.
With an array of facilities
like swimming pool, activity rooms, entertainment centres and others, it makes
you feel comfortable while enjoying the bucolic settings of the evergreen
forests. Rooms within the resort are laced up with elegantly designed furniture
and makes you feel like a home at any point of your stay.
Places to Visit near Jim Corbett:
1. Garjia Temple:
Located around 14km from
the limits of Ramnagar; along the way to Ranikhet, this sacred temple is seated
amidst the gurgling water of the Kosi River. Originally a large monolith, it
has the Goddess Garjia Devi as the main deity and is one of the most pious
temples among the locals. Newly wed couples throng this temple after climbing a
series of stairs to seek the blessings of the goddess. In addition to the religious
importance, it also serves as an ideal spot for the hikers and nature lovers.
2. Sitabani Forest Reserve:
As already mentioned,
Sitabani Forest Reserve is not a part of the park; rather, it is a dense forest
that proves to be a paradise for the bird watchers. In addition to its exotic
range of avifauna, one can also spot wildlife species like elephant, tiger,
leopard, wild boars, king cobra and several other endangered species in this
reserve. Also, as the only way to get into this zone is either by a jeep or
elephant safari, it attracts a large number of visitors to Jim Corbett.
3. Corbett Water Falls:
Taking the fun and delight
of your national park visit further, the Corbett Water Falls is yet another not
to be missed marvel around the limits of the park. Nestled amidst lush and
evergreen thickets, this cascade is located around 25km from Ramnagar and has a
lagoon-shaped pool where visitors can enjoy swimming and other recreational
4. Dhangari Museum:
While entering the park
premises through the Dhangarhi Gate, you can visit this delightful museum that
holds various information about the history of Jim
Corbett National Park. Visit
this museum and you will get to know a lot about the geography, topography and
several other important details of the park.
5. Kosi River:
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A much sought after
destination for the adventure fishing enthusiasts, Kosi River forms the eastern
limit of the park. Though its trails do not enter the park, it is often visited
by the dwellers of the jungle searching for water. Owing to the large
population of mahseer in the river, it also attracts a significant number of
migratory birds throughout the year and proves to be an ideal place for bird
6. Corbett Museum:
Located in Kaladhungi in
Nainital, Corbett Museum is in fact one of the must visit places in and around
the park. The once a home to the legendary hunter Jim Corbett, it has now been
turned into a museum that houses his personal belongings like caps, guns,
fishing nets, letters and several other antique pieces that belonged to him. A
visit to the museum will give you an insight about the life and work of this
renowned hunter of the past.
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Located around 260km from
Jim Corbett, Nainital needs no introduction! A heaven for the winter lovers,
this stunning hill station in Uttarakhand is among the best places to visit in
and around the park. Seated on a pear-shaped valley at a height of 2,084m above
the sea level, this hilly retreat offers a plenitude of adventure, leisure,
recreational and sightseeing options to the visitors.
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Also called the 'Queen's
Meadow', Ranikhet is located around 203km away from the park. A pictorial hill
station in the Almora district of Uttarakhand, it also serves as a cantonment
town for some of the regiments of Indian Army. With a list of places to visit
and exotic range of flora and fauna, Ranikhet is also popular among the
visitors and is a must visit hill station in Uttarakhand.
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Around 22km from Nainital
and 158km from the limits of Jim Corbett, Bhimtal also attracts a significant
number of tourists round the year. A quaint city located 1,370m above the sea
level, it also serves as an adventure hub for the thrill seekers. On your visit
to Bhimtal, you can indulge in activities like boating, horse riding, mountain
biking, hand gliding and several others.
How to reach Jim Corbett
1. By Train:
If you are coming from Delhi, you can board any
trains between Delhi and Ramnagar; headquarter of Jim Corbett Park. From
Ramnagar, you can easily reach the park by hiring a taxi. Trains to Ramnagar
are also available from other cities like Lucknow, Varanasi and Allahabad; all
these trains travel through Kanpur.
2. By Road:
Ramnagar is well connected by roads to cities
like Delhi, Haridwar, Bareily, Nainital, Ranikhet, and Dehradun, via the route
to Gajraula, Moradabad and Kashipur. You can also visit Ramnagar from other
places like Haldwani, Kashipur and Kathgodam.
3. By Air:
If you are travelling by flight, Phoolbagh in
Patnanagar will serve as the nearest airport to Jim Corbett.
Info about Jim Corbett National Park:
permits are mandatory for the visitors.
valid ID proofs during your visit to Jim Corbett National Park.
should carry a litter bag and bring back any non-biodegradable left overs like
plastic bottle, metal foils, tin cans and other similar.
order to avoid any kind of mishaps within the park, make sure you always
appoint a government approved tour guide.
not disturb the dwellers of the jungle in any form.
not carry non-vegetarian foods during the jungle safaris.
playing loud music or any unwanted noise during the jungle safaris.
using headphones or earphones during the safaris.
khaki or olive green clothes during the jungle safaris as they gets easily
camouflaged with the nature.
slowly while within the jungles and avoid using horns as much as possible.
heed and attention to the tour guides and instructors.
of alcohol, tobacco and other forms of intoxicants are strictly prohibited
within the limits of the park.
not enter into the jungles post sunset.
guns or arms of any type into the park is a punishable offence and might lead
to serious punishment.
not indulge in feeding the animals in any form; it is strictly prohibited and
might be considered as a cruelty towards them.
16. Visitors’ vehicles are not
allowed within the park; always board the government approved vehicles for
jungle safaris and wildlife spotting.
from Major Cities (Road Distance):
1. Delhi: 260km
2. Jaipur: 499km
3. Rishikesh: 142km
4. Haridwar: 118km
5. Nainital: 142km
6. Mussoorie: 201km
7. Manali: 639km
8. Chandigarh: 347km
9. Dehradun: 171km
10. Ranikhet: 182km