Give a Read to Know-How You Can Plan Your Jim Corbett National Park Tour

July 22nd, 2021
Jim Corbett National Park

One of India’s most exotic wildlife sanctuaries, Jim Corbett National Park, is named after the famous wildlife conservationist Jim Corbett. It houses the fascinating nature reserves and national parks in the world.

It surfaces a dense deciduous forest that is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna. It offers a serene and warm shelter to 110 tree species, 50 species of mammals, 580 birds’ species, and 25 reptile species.

If you want to explore the beauty of this untouched and pristine wildlife natural park, then what could be better if you visit here!

Make plans to visit the Jim Corbett National Park shortly, and then schedule your tour in the spring season.

Come in Spring and Go Home With Lifelong Memories

From March 15th to April 30th, the timing to visit this National Wildlife Park is most suitable. It is the time when you can smell the essence of lush-green grasslands. You may also see the rich habitat of animal species.

Come in Winter and Take Home the Warm Memories

Shifting your plans to visit in the winter season will add more delight to you because you may see the migratory birds.
In any case, if you ever plan to visit this place during monsoon season, then it will not be excellent advice for you. Due to heavy rainfall, it becomes increasingly difficult for you to travel to this place.

Take a glance to know the exact distance between Indian cities and Corbett National Park by road.

New Delhi is just 260 km away.
The Capital of Uttar Pradesh (Lucknow) is distanced at 450 km away.
Nainital, the Lake District of Uttarakhand, is only 66 km away.
Ranikhet, the Queen’s Meadow of Kumaoni, located in Almorah district of Uttarakhand, only lies at 112 km. Not one, but you have got many travelling options to Ramnagar; you can either travel by rail or by air from any part of India.
Owing any slight chance of exploring and witnessing the densely populated wildlife through a safari is an exciting thing for you. Smooth travel rides in open jeeps and peeping through binoculars to rare and endangered species of the Indian heartland that offers thrill and excitement. In the end, it will be immeasurable fun for a lifetime.
Are you worried about being lost in the natural wildlife reserve? It shall be the least bothering thought to your mind because the availability of highly expert tour guides will help guide you every step of the way.
As the open jeep moves, fix your binoculars steadily to view various wildlife animals ranging from Himalayan Black Bear to Indian Pangolians, leopards, and much more. Who knows if the lenses of your binoculars allow you to see the much-known rarest and endangered Bengal Tiger? It will be an absolute treat to your eyes.

Exact Timing of the Safari

The duration of the wildlife safari at the national park differs from one season to another. During winter, the daylight hours become shorter, and thus the entry in the morning becomes a little later. At the same time, the evening exit time is a bit earlier than the timings of the summer months.

The winter timings of this national park are

Morning Safari begins at 0730 hours and ends at 1030 hours.
Evening safari begins at 1500 hrs and lasts till 1700 hrs.

The summer timings of this safari are as follows.

The morning safari timings begin at 0630 hrs and end at 0930 hrs.
The evening safari begins at 1600 hrs and ends at 1800 hrs.
The wildlife safari that forms part of the Jim Corbett Tour is organized around these timings to avoid scheduling conflicts.


Flora and fauna of this region consist of 488 different types of plants species. Some plant species like Bel, Chbilla, Dhak, Bali, Pula, Bamboo, Semal, Sal, Khair, Sissoo, Ber, and Rohini are found here. It is also the home to different rare plant and flower species.
The diverse fauna found at this park consists of 33 different species of reptiles, seven different species of amphibians. It also consists of 7 different species of fish and 37 different dragonflies.
You can easily see the royal Bengal tiger, leopards, the Himalayan Black Bear, Wild Boar, and many more. This place also houses the reptiles like Indian Marsh Crocodiles, King Cobra, Common Krait, Python, and Monitor Lizard.
In fish species, you can easily spot Mahaseet, Kalimuchi, Kalabasu, Goonch, and Chilwa. Its avian fauna consists of peacocks, jungle fowl, partridges, laughing thrush, kingfishers, ducks, teals, and seagulls.

Experience the diverse and fantastic flora and fauna of the Jim Corbett Tour.

The flora and fauna one witnesses as part of the Jim Corbett Tour is genuinely diverse and unique. The guides of the tour are also well-learned and will provide the required information almost immediately

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