Jim Corbett National Park, the oldest tiger reserve forest in India, is a highly popular destination for wildlife enthusiasts. Thousands of people from all over the world used to visit here to have a tryst with one of the most ruthless predators of the wild forest, the Royal Bengal Tiger. Being a reserved natural habitat for plenty of wild animals, all the tourism activity in the forest is managed by the forest department of the Government of Uttarakhand state.
To make an entry inside the reserve park, you need to obtain an entry permit from the concerned authority. Without the entry permit, you will not be allowed inside the park in any condition. There are two types of tourism services provided by the forest department at Corbett National Park. One is the day safari and the other is accommodation at the Forest Rest House (FRH). The Day Safari Permit can be obtained at the entry gate of the respective zone while the permit for a night halt at different forest rest houses located inside the forest is issued at the reception office of the Corbett reserve park in Ramnagar city. Also, the day safari or accommodation at FRH can be booked online in advance. Once you obtain the permit, neither it is transferable nor refundable.
Day Visit Permit In Dhikala Zone: Canter Safari :
In a recent order, the Uttarakhand High Court has banned the commercial activities using the elephants in the state.
Permits For Accommodation At Forest Rest Houses :
Procedure for Advance Booking of Jeep & Canter Safari Permits