The Best time to Visit Jim Corbett National Park is between October to June. Another Good time to Visit Corbett is Summer Whick is the Best time to spot most Animals near Water Bodies. In Monsoons (15 June to 30 September Most of the Zone remains closed but Jhirna and Dhela Zone opens throughout the year.

HOW TO REACH CORBETT TIGER RESERVE?

Corbett is accessible –
By Road: Delhi-Moradabad-Kashipur-Ramnagar. 260 KM

Lucknow 410 Kms via Sitapur Road and NH30 & Drive to NH309 in Ramnagar
Dehradun – 230 Kms via Haridwar Road and MDR26W
Haridwar-170 Kms via NH309
Bareilly-165 Kms via NH309 to Chandpur-Kashipur Road
Haldwani – 53 Km
Nainital-63 Km

By Train: Delhi-Moradabad-Kashipur-Ramnagar (Ramnagar is the nearest railway station).
By Air: Nearest Airport from Ramnagar is Pantnagar
(Connected by Road Distance – 70 Kms)

WHERE IS CORBETT TIGER RESERVE LOCATED?

Geographically, Corbett Tiger Reserve is situated in the Shivalik hills of Himalayas while administratively it spreads over Pauri Garhwal, Nainital and Almora districts of Uttarakhand State in India. Ramnagar, in Nainital district is its administrative headquarter.

WHAT ARE THE PRECAUTIONS I NEED TO TAKE FOR MY SAFETY WHILE IN THE CORBETT TIGER RESERVE?

Visitors are allowed to move only in designated vehicles in Corbett Tiger Reserve with a registered Nature Guide/Naturalist. Always keep a safe distance from wild animals. One should refrain from teasing wild animals and should never try to feed them. Getting off the vehicle and moving on foot is strictly prohibited. These are punishable offences. First-aid box is mandatory in all the vehicles. Winter garments are advised during the months of December and January. It is always advisable to follow the instructions of the Guide and adhere to the Do’s and Dont’s. Sitting firmly inside the vehicle, remaining watchful to any dangling branches, avoiding touching of plants, eating of leaves/fruits and obeying all rules and regulations are important for your own safety. Please be well informed about such rules and regulations before entering Corbett Tiger Reserve.

WHICH ARE THE ENTRY POINTS TO CORBETT TIGER RESERVE?

Corbett Tiger Reserve has Eight entry gates for access to its Tourism Zones, namely Bijrani, Dhangari, Jhirna, Dhela, Durgadevi, and Garjiya (Ringora).

HOW IS THE WEATHER AT CORBETT TIGER RESERVE?

In Corbett Tiger Reserve, minimum temperatures can reach as low as 2 Degree C, in the months of December and January while the maximum temperature during the months of May and June reaches as high as 42 Degree C.

WHERE TO STAY IN CORBETT TIGER RESERVE?

Inside Corbett Tiger Reserve, accommodation facilities are available in Dhikala FRH, Sultan FRH, Sarpduli FRH and Gairal FRH in Dhikala Zone, Bijrani FRH and Malani FRH in Bijrani Zone, Jhirna FRH in Jhirna Zone; KandaFRH and Lohachaur FRH in Durgadevi Zone. Accommodation is also available at Halduparao in the Sonanadi Tourism Zone. All rooms are provided with double beds and basic amenities. A twelve bed dormitory at Dhikala and an eight bed dormitory at Gairal are also available. Electricity is not available at any of the FRHs except at Dhikala. Some campuses have a limited Generator backup

WHAT IS THE CLOSED PERIOD AT CORBETT TIGER RESERVE?

Corbett Tiger Reserve remains closed during the monsoons. All zones of Corbett Tiger Reserve are closed for night halts by visitors from 15th June to 14th November. The Bijrani Zone remains closed for day visits from 30th June to 14th October. The Dhikala, Lohachaur and Sonanadi Tourism Zones are closed for day visits from 16th June to 14th November. The Jhirna Tourism Zone, however remains open for day safaris throughout the year, subject to road and weather conditions being safe. Between 1st to 15th June, the Dhikala, Lohachaur and Sonanadi Zones are on standby mode. During this period, advance reservations are not done and these Zones can be shut down by the Director, Corbett Tiger Reserve at short notice depending on weather conditions and in consideration of visitor safety.

How can I cancel and reschedule my entry permit?

There shall be no cancellation/refund for any permit issued on this website under any circumstances and no request shall be entertained for refund/rescheduling of permit.

How to get a Nature Guide/Naturalist for our visit?

It is mandatory to be accompanied by a Registered Guide/Naturalist during visits to Corbett Tiger Reserve. The Guide fee for each safari to be paid directly to the Guide at the end of the visit. Guides shall be available at the entry point at Amdanda and Jhirna. Guides for Dhikala should be picked up by arrangement from Amdanda.

How many persons are allowed in a Vehicle for the safari?

A maximum of six adults and two children excluding the mandatory Nature Guide/Naturalist and driver are allowed in a vehicle during visits to Corbett Tiger Reserve.

 Refund and Cancelation of permit

There shall be no cancellation/refund for any permit issued on this website under any circumstances and no request shall be entertained for refund/rescheduling of permit.

What are mandatory documents that I need to carry during the safari?

All the adult visitors are required to produce any one of the following identity cards (Aadhaar, Voter ID, Driving License, PAN Card, Govt. Employee Card, Passport and Student ID) on demand by officials of Corbett Tiger Reserve for verification at the entry point and whenever asked.

 
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