Jeep Safari in Jim Corbett National Park
Corbett Jeep Safari Tariff
|Price (Indian)||INR 4500 / Jeep ( Maximum 6 Persons are allowed in ONE Jeep )|
|Price (Foreigner)||INR 7000 / Jeep ( Maximum 6 Persons are allowed in ONE Jeep )|
|Zones||Bijrani, Jhirna, Durgadevi, Dhela, & Corbett Landscape|
|Timings||05:30 am to 9:30 am & 02:30 pm to 6:00 pm|
Corbett Jeep Safari Information
CORBETT SAFARI ONLINE BOOKING'S - Four Wheel Drive Open Jeep Safaris to the BIJRANI - JHIRNA - DURGADEVI - CORBETT LANDSCAPE - ALL DAY VISIT ZONES of Corbett Tiger Reserve offer the visitor a memorable experience to view Wildlife & Avi Fauna in its unspoilT natural habitat. With our fleet of the latest Maruti Suzuki Gypsys all vehicles have operational 4 Wheel Drive and are Bharat Stage 3 compliant as per the Corbett National Park pollution norms policy. These open top off road vehicles are best suited for the rugged terrain of Corbett National Park with our professional & experienced wildlife trained drivers and the knowledgeable Park Nature Guides, who accompany you for these Trips are well versed with day to day changes of wildlife movement, ensure that your Jeep Safari experience is beyond what you have imagined. We request the visitor to undertake our Jeep safaris with an open mind, enjoy and appreciate everything that comes your way - the jigsaw puzzle will fall in place - if you are destined to see a Tiger - you will !! Enjoy, Explore, have fun, be amazed...on our Jungle Jeep Safaris !!
Bijrani Tourism Zone is open from 15th October to 30th June every year.
Bijrani Zone - Entry is from Amdanda gate situated very close to Ramnagar town - 30 Jeeps are permitted every morning & evening and can be booked well in advance - this was a famous shooting block during the British Raj days and has across section of Jungle roads best suited for Jungle Jeep Safaris. This area has a healthy Tiger and wildife population and thus the chances of sighting are immense. Located on the eastern end of Corbett, Bijrani contains a wide variety of flora & fauna which includes Sal forests on the upper reaches and tropical moist, deciduous mixed forest in the valley and plain areas. The availability of water from perennial sources and also from man made water holes and the location of the extremely wide grasslands provide a strong prey base for the big cats and grazing for the herbivores.
Jhirna Tourism Zone is open throughout the year.
Jhirna Zone - located on the southern periphery of Corbett Tiger Reserve - 30 Jeeps are permitted every morning & evening and can be booked well in advance - the area consisted of many villages and was prime farming area - but being in close proximity to Corbett the crops were destroyed by wild animals - this made it one of the high man animal conflict zone for years. The Park authorities then managed to relocate these villages with its farming population to another area and the Jhirna zone was added to the Corbett Tiger Reserve. This particular area was transformed into grassland habitat which is excellent for bird watching but this also provides rich grazing for herbivores and wild Elephants. One can see abundant cheetal, sambhar and wild boar which makes this place attractive for Tiger sightings - there is also a good chance to see sloth bear and wild elephants which provide great sightings for the wild life enthusiasts.
Durga Devi Tourism Zone is open from 15th November to 15th June every year.
Durga Devi Zone - located on the northeastern boundary of Corbett Park - 11 Jeeps are permitted every morning & evening and can be booked well in advance - the area consists of virgin Sal Forest and the meandering Ramganga river and its riverine forest and grasslands - making it very suitable for bird watching with many rare species of Raptors and forest birds. the track leads to the confluence of the Mandal & Ramgnaga rivers that provide the opportunity to see wild elephants all round the year and the undulating terrain provides excellent chances to see Leopard as well as Tiger. The Mandal range of Corbett tiger Reserve is very rich for species like lesser grey headed fishing eagle, crested laughing thrush, maroon oriole, black chinned yuhina, slaty blue flycatcher, little forktail and bar tailed tree creeper etc..
Corbett Landscape (Sitabani) area is open from 01 October to 30 June every year.
This buffer zone of Corbett area is a major part of the newly created Powalgarh Conservation Reserve, located on the Northern side of the Kosi river - based on the Tourism principles followed by Corbett National Park - entry is from 02 gates namely Bhandarpani & Powalgarh. This Sal, Mixed & Riverine Forest corridor is rich in all flora & fauna and recent camera trap surveys show a large population of Tigers and of course all other mammals. There is a temple located in the middle of the Forest dedicated to Goddess Sita Ji - this temple has a mythological meaning for Hindu devotees - natural warm water from a spring flows here - supposedly has some medicinal & healing qualities. A well conducted Jeep Safari with a knowledgeable driver is as rewarding for wildlife viewing as compared to a Jeep Safari to the other zones !!
Dhela Tourism Zone is open throughout the year
This is the newest and sixth eco-tourism zone that was opened for tourists in December 2014. Dhela Ecotourism zone remains open for tourists throughout the year.
This zone is extremely rich in flora and fauna. The zone spreads over 1,173 hectares, which has mixed forests of Sal, Rohini, Haldu, Bahera, Kusum vegetation, and tigers, leopards, Asiatic elephants, sloth bears and king cobras. The area is particularly rich in bird diveristy.
The Dhela zone can be visited on a day safari, the permit for which can be reserved using the official website. The safari is done using the registered vehicles and a mandatory guide. Private vehicles are not allowed in this zone just like the other zones of CTR
Chaurs (Grass Lands)
A vast Laldhang chaur is the main attraction of this zone. The grassland is often seen packed with elephants and deers. Several wild pigs and Neelgai can also be seen here. The area is also a very sought after place for visitors interested in grassland birds.
Sheesam, Dhak, Sisoo, and Khair are the most visible trees found in Corbett. A lot of other varieties are found around the park which contributes to the diversity of species. The only conifer found in the park is Chir Pine, and is seen on ridge tops like Chir Choti and declines in Gajar Sot. The higher reaches near Kanda shelters Banj Oak growing, which is a typical Himalayan species. Kanju (Holoptelia Integrifolia), Jamun (Syzygium Cumini) and Aamla (Emblica Officinalis) are seen growing in major areas. Other main types of trees in Corbett Park
Corbett National Park is home for many wonderful as well as endangered species of animals. The natural bounty and vast landscapes provide perfect habitat for wildlife here.
Royal Bengal Tiger, Asian Elephant, Spotted Deer, Barking Deer, Chital, Sambar Deer, Wild Boar, Black Faced Monkey, Rheus Monkey, Wild Pig and Jackal etc.
Peacock, Jungle Foul, White Bush Chat, Oriental Pied, Emerald Dove, Red Wattle Lapwing, the Asian Paradise Flycatcher, Rested Kingfisher, Indian Shirks, Indian Alpine Swift, Woodpecker, laughing Thrush, Vulture, Parakeet, kales Pheasant, Oriole, Common Grey Hornbill, Duck, Stork, Cormorant, Parrot, Indian Roller, Teal, Seagull etc.