Established in 1936, Jim Corbett National Park is the oldest national park in India with the highest number of tigers. The park has an abundance of flora and fauna, which makes it perfect for safaris. In the park, you can catch sight of animals like Royal Bengal Tiger, Deer, Indian Hog Deer, Sambar Deer, Otter, Asiatic Black Bear, Sloth Bear and more.
The park is covered with Sal trees and 600 species of distinct plants. Also, there are hundreds of various species of birds which include rare birds like Hornbill and White-backed Vulture. Moreover, the Ramganga river that flows inside the park houses diverse marine life encircled around Golden Oriole, Pallas Fish Eagle, Indian Pitta and reptiles like Alligator, Crocodiles and King Cobra.
With all these gifts from nature, the park is also a hub of adventurous activities like river rafting, rock climbing, rappelling, fishing, angling and more. So, keep two days in your calendar so that you can cover all the fun this park has to offer you.
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.
Timings: 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.
Zones: The popular zones for elephant safari are Bijrani and Dhikala.
NOTE: The safaris are conducted on the first come first serve basis and needs no prior booking.