If you have always dreamed of going on a Jeep Safari in Jim Corbett and exploring wild animals, know that India is not the only destination. Jim Corbett National Park is an ideal destination for a jeep safari, and discover many animal species! There are more than 100 protected areas. The park is known for its varied wildlife, but also as a launch site for the "Project Tiger". Corbett National Park and the nearby Sonanadi Sanctuary form one of the few Indochina tiger reserves ( Panthera tigris corbett ) in the world.
The park receives thousands of visitors each year. Tourists can find a lot of accommodation, both inside and outside the park. In jeep safari, enjoy crisscrossing the park but also on elephant backs, observing the rhino (It is home to two-thirds of the world's population of rhinos) at Dhikala jeep safari, and many other species you can see during Jeep safari in Jim Corbett. The tiger, rarer to observe, is also present. A boat trip on the Ganges gives us the opportunity to observe the rare and sumptuous dolphins of the Ganges. Just as the tiger is the national animal and the peacock the national bird, the river dolphin is the aquatic animal of the Indian nation.
The reputation of the park was built abroad thanks to the presence of tigers even if it becomes more and more difficult to see. The best way to discover the park is the booking of Online Jeep Safari Jim Corbett National Park. You can also rent a Jeep at the park entrance. Accompanying a guide is mandatory regardless of your means of travel. Jim Corbett National Park is one of 13 WWF Protected Reserves. The park program aims to protect 3 of the 5 landmark species such as Indochina tiger, Asian elephant and Indian rhinoceros by restoring forest corridors to link the 13 protected areas of Nepal and the Indian Ocean. India and thus allow migrations of wildlife which you can enjoy with Jim Corbett jeep safari Booking online available at our website.
For Jeep Safari Booking request, please provide us the below details.
Your full name with age and sex of visitor as printed on their identity proofs to be given with the confirmatory amount
Preferred traveling appointment & Safari scheduled (Morning/Afternoon)
Particular ID card number of your ( Voter Id, Aaadhar No, Driving license No etc)
Fee for safari must be paid in advance
No money back on Online permits if a permit once booked or confirmed
Kindly carry the similar ID card presented during the online booking
Please allow us with 45 days in advance
Foreigners may ask to book 90 days in advancement
Passport details are mandatory to make a reservation of foreign tourists
Safari permit can be issued on first come first serve basis (subject to availability)
Visitors must be required to obtain the in-permits that can only be issued online (by providing above mentioned documents)
It must be noted that the in-permit to the Corbett National Park is provisional and can be changed or canceled without any prior intimation
The order of Corbett Tiger Reserve Director will be final in this regard, we are governed by the rules made under
In-permit belongs to you is not transferable
Officially registered guides can help you and only join your excursions, please do not try to change the guide or naturalist
Entry to National Park is strictly not allowed prohibited after sunset
Day visit to Dhikala Zone is not sanctioned except for the tourists staying inside the forest resorts
At jeep safari do not leave the vehicle, or get down, it is not allowed
Do not carry any pets on a holiday tour as pets cannot be taken inside the CTR
All visitors to Corbett Tiger Reserve must follow the rules and regulations of wildlife protection act. So please co-operate