Day Jungle Safaris: The main reason tourists go to Jim Corbett is the Jungle Safari with options like Day jungle
safari. You can go on a jeep ride throughout 6 zones in the park during your visit. You can
choose to book a morning or evening safari for you can see the majestic tigers roaming freely
in their natural habitat.
Night Stay: That sounds like an incredible adventure! Night stays in the heart of a national park must be quite an experience. Imagine being surrounded by the sounds of the jungle at night—crickets chirping, leaves rustling, and maybe the distant roar of a big cat. Have you ever been on a wildlife trip or stayed in a national park overnight?
The area that borders the core area is known as the buffer zone. It aids in the dispersal of wild
animals and serves as a literal buffer for the core zone. A buffer zone is a multipurpose
region where people can live and engage in various activities under controlled circumstances.
Sitabani, which borders the Corbett National Park, is part of the Pawalgarh Conservation
Reserve. More than 500 species of resident and migrant birds live there all year long, along
with leopards, elephant, tigers, and other Wildlife.
Phato Eco-tourism Zone
Inauguration day for the Terai West Forest Division's Phato Zone was January 2022. There is
a day safari right now in this area. But in the future, full day safaris will be really unique.
Tourists may enjoy staying in a tree house here.
The tallest point in Corbett, "Sunrise Point," is a unique feature of Bhonkhal. Both the Kosi
and Ramganga Rivers are magnificently seen from Sunrise Point. If the weather is
favourable, you can also see the Himalayan mountain range with its snow-covered peaks.
Surrounding area of Bhonkhal hamlet, also known as "Kath Ki Nav," which is located 32 km
from Dhikuli (Ramanagar) and 1150 m. above sea level.
This is our area of expertise, and we excel at it, mainly because our love of wildlife drives us
to personally explore these forest pathways. We go on a range of hikes, from longer, more
strenuous walks lasting a few hours to shorter, easier excursions spanning an entire day. Join
us on hikes in the stunning Corbett Reserve Forest to see nature and wildlife in a way that
few others do. There are a variety of trails and routes available for the guided nature walks.
Some lead you through the woodlands and others along the Kosi River's riverbed. There are
pathways that lead to the Girija Temple and others that require you to cross a suspension
bridge across a river.
This trek of Corbett is one of the most beautiful trek, refered as “Kartkanoula (Know as Kath ki
Naw)” in Jim Corbett Books, which covers a wide variety of terrains and foliage. The trails used
by Jim Corbett while he was on the search to shoot Man eater of Mohan. So our trek starts from
Bhakrakot to Katt ki Naav at an altitude of 1150 meters from sea levels, from summit point there
is amazing view of valley and Corbett landscape. This trek passes through traditional pahadi
village, step farmlands and Beautiful forest.
Uttarakhand is home to around 600 different bird species in Corbett, while the state is blessed
with about 700 different bird species overall. Birds always catch our interest due to their
appealing colours, musical sounds, and unique habits. One of the most well-liked leisure
pursuits that involves wildlife observation is bird watching. Corbett has a high density of
migratory and resident species, making it one of the best locations for bird watching.
Best circuits to be explored are:
Garjiya Trail : 2 - 3 Hours
Kumeriya Trail : 3 - 4 Hours
Manila : 1 - 3 Days
Sattal – Pangot : 4 Days
Bhakrakot Trail : 3 – 4 Hours
Amghari Birding: 3 – 4 Hours
Pangot: 1-3 Days
Chopta – Tungnath : 6 Days