Jim Corbett National Park – An Experience For a Lifetime

Jim Corbett National Park

Jim Corbett National Park – Jungle safari is something which intrigues every individual.  Even though it is scary still people loves to have that fear. A night spend in a jungle with wild animals walking around is always a lifetime experience.

Jim Corbett National Park

Jim Corbett National Park - Entrance

Though we can get to see animals inside a Zoo but there is a special feel to witness a wild lion passing across your safari jeep.

Jim Corbett National park in India is the kingdom of the wild.  Seldom can you find people who haven’t yet visited Jim Corbett.  It is the largest tiger reserve located in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand.  

The landscape of Corbett is famous for its tiger. People go there with an intense anticipation to see a tiger crossing their path.

Before you arrive over here it is always good to know certain things about the place.  The Corbett national park was established in the year 1936 in the name of Hailey national park. From that time till now it has been the most prestigious national park in India.  

The place was also honored with the inception of Tiger Project in the year 1973.  The project was initiated to save tigers from poaching.

The entire jungle area was spread around 520 square kilometers which comprises of hills, grasslands, rivers and lakes etc.  Corbett National park is the only tiger reserve in the country which allows tourist to have the night view of the jungle.  

Not just tigers but Corbett is the most popular and largest homeland for various wild animals in India like Royal Bengal Tiger, elephants, various species of deer and one can even find birds of various origins.

Staying in a jungle is seemingly interesting. One enjoys the darkness which the jungle gives as soon as the sun goes below the horizon.  Staying at Corbett national park is truly a lifetime experience for any person and with that a safari across the area is something which you cannot just resist.

One has to do booking for enjoying the safari ride across the jungle.  Let’s check out the booking process. The booking can be done online from the official site of Corbett national park. The following information is while booking.

  • One has to fill up a form with some basic details about his or her identity.
  • Preferred booking dates and the number of people
  • Identity proof is a must
  • For foreign travelers passport details are a must

One you visit the site you will find the further procedure.

There is also a good scope for accommodation at Corbett National park.  Dhikala forest lodge is the famous place for stay at Corbett.  It can also be booked in advance.  The lodge is divided into six wings and those are

  • Old forest rest house
  • Dhiakala Annexes
  • Hutment
  • Cabins
  • New forest rest house
  • Old range quarters

Other Accommodations

Apart from Dhikala one can also stay at various resorts around the national park like Corbett Le Reserve resort, Corbett Tusker trail resort and there are many. Once you are at Corbet then staying is definitely not an issue.

Price Range Of The Resorts

People may often query about the packages available. The average package for the tourist starts with Rs4400 per night for a couple.

Best Time to visit the place

During winter– The month October to February is the best time to visit Corbett.

Rainy season– One can also visit the jungle during rainy season between July and September.

Summer time– The best time to visit during summer is March to June.

How To Reach Corbett?

Reaching Corbett is very easy for tourist who craves for a jungle life.  It is very near from Delhi around 260 km. Railway is the best mode of transport to reach the place.  Even one can get busses from Moradabad, Haldwani etc.

Have a safe trip and enjoy the lifetime experience at Jim Corbett.

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