It’s time to spend nights amid the spine-tingling quietness of the jungle and wake up to lush green views with the chirrups of birds. The Jim Corbett National Park has thrown open its Bijrani Zone for night stay and jungle safari. The national park will also open its Dhikala Zone for night stay on November 15. The zones will remain open for visitors till June 22. At present, the park is keeping the bookings on hold for some time due to heavy rains. But reportedly, the bookings will resume soon.
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Three Zones Are Open For Daytime Safaris
Three zones of the national park, namely Dhela, Garjiya and Jhirna are open for day visits. According to a Times of India report, Corbett Tiger Reserve Director Rahul has stated, “Dhela, Garjiya and Jhirna were already operational for a day’s visit. Bijrani Zone reopened on Friday for jungle safaris and night stay.” He added that the national park has received an overwhelming response on the first day itself. Also, those who are opting for night stays would not need to book jungle safaris separately.
How To Register For The Safari
To register for jungle safari or night stay, visit the Corbett website and click on ‘Register & Book’. Prior registration is mandatory for entry. Registration is permitted only to visitors who are aged 12 and above. An OTP will be sent to the registered mobile number for verification. Meanwhile, did you know about the Paatlidun Safari Lodge In Jim Corbett That Lets You Sleep Under Open Skies & Relax In A Private Pool?