Jeep Safari in Jim Corbett National Park

Get Up To 5% Off On New Customers On Jeep Safari At Jim Corbett

Tariff (Year - 2021)

Price (Indian):- INR 4,500 A Maximum Of Six People Are Allowed In One Jeep.)

Price (Foreigner):- INR 7,500 A Maximum Of Six People Are Allowed In One Jeep.

Zones:- Bijrani, Jhirna, Durgadevi, Dhela & Sitabani (Landscape)

Timings:- 6:00 A.M. - 9:30 Am.

Timings:- 2:30 Pm - 5:30 Pm.

Inclusive:- Visitors Entry Fee, Jeep Entry Fee, Jeep Charge, Driver Entry Fee, & Road Taxes

How To Book Online Jeep Safari In Jim Corbett National Park.

  1. Full Name Of Each Visitor
  2. Age Of Each Visitor
  3. Gender Of Each Visitor
  4. Please Submit An Id Number To Us During The Online Booking
  5. Please Pay The Safari Entry Fee In Advance
  6. Indian Citizens, Please Intimate Us 45 Days Ago
  7. Foreign Citizens Can Ask Book 90 Days In Advance.
  8. Passport Details Are Mandatory To Make A Reservation For Foreigner
  9. E-Permits Are Non-Refundable. If The Permit Is Booked/Confirmed
  10. Entry Permits Are Issued On First Come First Served Basis (Subject To
  11. Availability)
  12. So Please Do Not Waste Time. Book Safari Now


Payment Rules:-

  1. 50% Paid In Advance Of The Total Amount for Jim Corbett safari
  2. 50% Paid will be After confirmation of Corbett safari booking or at Arrival
  3. Without Advance Payment Bookings Is Not Confirm Because 50% advance payment is required for Corbett safari booking

You Can Pay Through These Methods for Corbett safari booking:-


  1. Debit Card
  2. Credit Card
  3. Net Banking
  4. EMI
  5. Wallets
  7. Neft/Imps
  8. UpI


Please Note:- You Can Emi Only Through These Banks

  • Icici Bank
  • Axis Bank
  • Standard Chartered Bank
  • Kotak Mahindra Bank
  • Hsbc Bank
  • Yes Bank
  • Rbl Bank
  • Induslnd Bank

Welcome To The Land Of Beauty Of Corbett Tiger Reserve.

There Are Many National Parks In Our Country, One Of Them Is Jim Corbett National Park Which Is Established In Uttarakhand. It Is The Oldest National Park In India. It Was Established As The Hailey National Park In The Year 1936 To Protect The Bengal Tiger.

After That It Was Renamed Ramganga National Park In 1952 And Then Again In 1956, It Was Renamed Corbett Tiger Reserve. Jim Corbett Was A Famous Hunter And Photographer.

Corbett Tiger Reserve Has 100 Species Of Trees 51 Species Of Shrubs And Over 33 Species Of Bamboo And Cross.


Where Is Jim Corbett National Park?

Located In The Districts Of Almora, Nainital And Pauri Garhwal In The Indian State Of Uttarakhand.

What Birds Are In The Corbett Tiger Reserve?

Jim Corbett National Park Is One Of The Most Popular National Parks For India's Bird Sector And Is Home To Around 600 Bird Species, Including Both Local And Exotic Migratory Birds. Various Species Of Birds And Owls Are Found Along With The Vultures Commonly Found In Jim Corbett National Park.


Which Tigers Are In The Tiger Reserve?

The Most Commonly Found Royal Bengal Tiger Is A Variety Of Cat Species Including Leopard, Cat And Wild Cat.


What Animals Are In The Corbett Tiger Reserve?

If You Book A Jeep Safari In Jim Corbett National Park, You, Will, See Many Animals Here In Many Ways. Many Cat Species Including Tigers, Leopards, Cats And Wild Cats Can Be Seen Here, And In This Park, Wild Boars Are Seen, Langurs And Monkeys Are Also Seen, You Can See A Peacock Spreading Feathers In The Forest Here. 

Here You Can See A Species Of Spotted Deer Known As Spotted Deer, The Upper Part Of The Spotted Deer Is Golden Coloured, With Completely White Spots On It, The Stomach And The Inner Parts Of The Feet Are White The Ears And Tail Are All White.


What Is Sambar Deer?

Sambar Deer Is A Species That Is Found In Almost Every Corner Of India, If You Book A Jim Corbett Safari You Can Easily See The Sambar Deer. Sambar Deer Eat Leaves, Floral, Herbs, Fruits, Bamboo Buds And Mushrooms.


Jim Corbett National Park Open Time

Here You Can Do A Safari And Enjoy The Natural Scenery. The Winter Season Is The Best Time To Visit Here, The Park Has A Total Of Six Areas, Two Of Which Are Open Throughout The Year. The Remaining Areas Are Open From 15 October To 15 November And Closed On 30 June.


How To Reach Jim Corbett National Park?

To Reach Jim Corbett National Park, You Must First Reach Ramnagar In Uttarakhand, From Ramnagar Itself You Will Find The Gates Of Corbett National Park. The Distance From Delhi To Ramnagar Is Around 260 Km And It Takes About 6 To 8 Hours To Reach, While It Is 64 Km From Nainital And Takes Two To Three Hours To Reach You, The Nearest Railway Station Is In Ramnagar.


How Many Gates Are There In Jim Corbett National Park?

Here Are 6 Areas In Jim Corbett National Park, The First Area Is Bijrani Whose Gate Is Mango Danda, The Second Area Is Jhirna Whose Gate Is Dhela Gate, The Third Is Dhela Whose Gate 

Is Dhela Gate, The Fourth Area Is Durga-Devi Whose Gate Is Durga-Devi. The Fifth Area Is Garjiya, Whose Gate Is Bijrani Gate.

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