Experience Safari at Jim Corbett National Park for Summer Vacations

Hill stations are a one-stop relieving solution to get rid of the scorching heat during the summer vacations. Cities like Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, and so on, which experience extreme hot are lucky to have neighbouring states like Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh. If you are planning to spend your summer vacation amid nature and wilderness, then Jim Corbett National Park is the best option for you. 


Jim Corbett National Park was previously named Hailey National Park and was later renamed after the famous hunter-turned conservationist, Jim Corbett. Located in the Nainital district, Jim Corbett National Park boasts the highest population of tigers in India. Since the summer vacations are just around the corner, the preparations are to be done at the earliest.

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Planning for Jim Corbett Safari

The predominant intent to visit Jim Corbett National Park is to experience the thrill-filled jeep safaris. In order to enjoy the same, you need to conduct the Corbett Online Safari Booking well in advance. Jeep Safaris are conducted in all the zones of Corbett, namely Bijrani, Jhirna, Dhela, Durgadevi, Sitabani, Garjiya, and Phato. You can also opt for Canter Safari in the Dhikala Zones, where you will be exploring the forest in a closed bus on a sharing basis. Jeep safaris are operated both in the morning and evening slots. Depending on the number of days you will be staying at Jim Corbett, book more than one safari so that you get to explore the different zones of Jim Corbett.  


How to Reach – If you are coming from Delhi, the road is the best option for commuting. However, if traveling from farther cities, the nearest railhead is Ramnagar Railway Station and Pantnagar Airport is the nearest airport to reach Jim Corbett National Park. 


Along with the safari planning, browse for the saying options near the national park. You will find endless options online, according to your budget. If you are ready to spend for a lavish stay, search for the riverside resorts, where you will be enjoying your morning tea or coffee overlooking the Kosi River from your room’s balcony. 


A Dopamine Dose for Your Jim Corbett Trip

In case you are planning a longer stay in Uttarakhand is treasured with mind-sooting attractions. Places like Nainital, Jeolikot, Ramgarh and Mukteshwar are in close proximity to the esteemed national park. 


Jeolikot: It is a lesser-known hidden gem of Uttarakhand, where you will find nature’s grandeur in its true essence. Jeolikot is a perfect hideout destination for you in the summer season, where you can relax amid the pristine beauty of nature and mountains. Sariyatal, Himalayan Botanical Garden, Sattal Lake and Kilbury Road the the major places of interest at Jeolikot. 


Nainital: Popularly known as the ‘City of Lakes’, the city is named after the Naini Lake located at the heart of the city. Nainital has a spiritual aura along with mesmerising landmarks which enthuses tourists across the country. Naini Lake, Tiffin Top, Eco Cave Gardens, Snow View Point and a few more are the top attractions of Nainital.


Ramgarh: Ramgarh has earned the sobriquet ‘fruit bowl of India’, due to the presence of fruit orchards in abundance. The vast expanse of greenery is the primary charm of the place. While on your visit to Ramgarh, definitely make a visit to the fruit orchards of peaches, pears, apples and apricots and the Dadi View Point. 


Mukteshwar: Visiting Mukteshwar offers an unhindered view of the Himalayan Ranges, provided the weather is clear. The destination is appropriate for a tranquil stay for rejuvenation amid nature. Although there are not many spots to cover at Mukteshwar, you can visit Mukteshwar Dham, Chauli ki Jali, and Indian Veterinary Research Institute. 

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