Open Gypsy Safari – At Jim Corbett National Park

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About Bijrani Zone –

For Bijrani Zone entry is through Amdanda Gate. Bijrani has mixed topography with thick sal forests interspersed with grasslands. There are a large number of stream beds which are mainly boulder strewn paths. Along the side of the streams there are riparian forests and thick lantana bushes due to which tiger sighting chances as compared to other tourism zones is higher in this area. Once you reach the bijrani guest house you can avail the elephant ride also, its available on first reach-get basis. From the machans set up visitors can view wild animals in their natural habitat. Vast stream beds and steep cliff edges provides good opportunity for bird watching. The bijrani tourism zone is open from the 15th October to 30th June. During monsoon it is closed because of the poor roads in the forest. There is No electricity in these rest houses. The jeep safari for bijrani is the most preferred area for the tiger sighting during jeep safari compared to jhirna / Dhela  and durgadevi area.

Jhirna Zone & Dhela Zone both are in same Location 

For Jhirna Zone entry is through Dhela Gate which appx is 20 Kms from bijrani zone entry gate. Jhirna tourism zone falls within the southern part of the Corbett national park. It is the only tourism zone of the Corbett national park which remains open throughout the year. Its topography is mainly dry deciduous and secondary forest with large open grasslands. Jhirna Zone is open throughout year.

Sitavani Safari ( Corbett Landscape Zone ) Jim Corbett

Sitavani is located about 25 km. from bijrani zone entry gate and within the forest area of Ramnagar Forest Division. It boasts of beautiful dense forests of sal and mixed vegetation with open grasslands and riverbeds. The safari takes one to the ancient temple of Goddess Sita. According to a legend, this is the place where Goddess Sita disappeared into the earth. Sitavani Zone is open throughout year. Sitavani is a part of Corbett buffer zone and there is a gated entrance but does not require any special permits to venture inside. The forest offers ample birding opportunities in the surrounding thick sal and mixed forest. Preferably early morning drive is the best to view wildlife like tiger, sambar, barking deer, porcupine, King cobra and lots more. Sitavani is well known to have visiting wild elephants and tiger all round the year as both the animals frequently visit river kosi for water and get across to raid the crops and lift the domestic animals from the village