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  • Drive slowly inside the park to keep safe the wild animals and you can enjoy fully the wildlife adventure.
  • Keep seated properly in your vehicle inside the park. It may risky to get down in any point.
  • Please make a safe distance from wild animals. This is for your safety as well as the wildlife both.
  • Please avoid to listening music inside the jungle.
  • Please help to keep park any kind of pollution free.
  • This park is not as zoo. Don't expect safe wildlife everywhere in the park.
  • Don’t smoke and light campfire in the park at night.

When it comes to wildlife tracking in the jungles, Jim Corbett Tiger Reserve stands out as one of the oldest and most visited wildlife territories in India. The breathtaking landscapes and biodiversity around the park makes it one memorable destination and a visit to the park in search of nature and wildlife can be made even more worthwhile by simply following certain recommendations.

Here are a few tips how to explore the wildlife and make it the best outing trip

Make a mental note of what interests you:

Corbett Tiger Reserve is in itself a world of infinite. The trick to make the most of the trip is to recognize the ideal option to explore in the wild. The option can include jeep safaris, bird spotting, fishing, rappelling, elephant safari or just solitary walks. If you are there to just relax, opt for the walks or other recreational activities. And if natural science interests you, then you might like to do some personal research on the existing wildlife.

Be prepared to put up with any kind of situation:

When in the wild, you are susceptible to different weather conditions and other unwanted changes in the schedule. Thus, an easily adaptable attitude helps in making a trip very memorable. This is because the wildlife system itself works on the adaptability concept.

Always carry your essential items:

Always carry your personal care products and medicines because a Corbett Tiger Reserve is a much different place than where you actually belong to. You can’t go on expecting your essential commodities inside of a wildlife habitat. The only thing available there is nature.

Book accommodations prior to your visit:

Make sure, you book your accommodations and other trip facilities prior to landing up at the spot. This saves booking hassles and last minute rejection at the resorts and hotels. Once you get there properly booked, the only thing left to think about is the wildlife.

Conduct a research before planning the trip:

Do a small research about the specialty of the place before leaving for the trip. This will come handy when you find yourself drifting towards unwanted information. Information about the topography and the demographic characteristics of a place always helps.

Discover the best at its best:

The best time to catch a glimpse of the wild habitat at its purest best is the morning hours. Try getting up early in the morning to discover nature unfolding in front of your eyes. The cacophony of the jungle is best deciphered in morning hours only.

Document what you see:

Keep a journal or a camera to document your experience. They will make the trip forever memorable. Apart from your mind, these things capture memories the most authentic way.

Do's & Don'ts

  • ​Please enter the Park only after taking the necessary permits and follow all the rules.
  • Please obtain services of Nature Guides that the Park has trained for your benefit. They are of great help to you in spotting wildlife and ensuring that you do not lose your way in the forest.
  • Drive slowly in the Park. In this way you can see, observe and enjoy the most, without disturbing wildlife.
  • Keep to the specified roads and trails. Driving off track you may trample growing trees and cause disturbance to resting animals and their young.
  • Respect the wild animals and maintain a safe distance from them. Remember, you are in their home and they get first priority.
  • Listen to the music of the forest instead of your car stereo or transistor. The quieter you are, the more the chances of your seeing wildlife.
  • Wear dull-coloured clothes. Bright colours alarm most wild animals and they flee.
  • Don’t carry guns. Feel free to shoot with a camera instead.
  • Do not smoke or light campfires in the forest. Accidental fires can destroy this wonderful jungle in no time.
  • Don’t get off your vehicle at any point in the Park except where it’s allowed. This is for your own safety and the safety of wildlife.
  • The Park is not a zoo; so don’t expect to see wildlife everywhere. Corbett is breathtaking even in its scenery.
  • Do not be disappointed if you don’t see a tiger. There are many other interesting creatures that are to be seen and cherished.
  • Having alcohol and non vegetarian food is not allowed. Help keep the park pollution-free. While inside the park, please put your non-biodegradable litter (tin cans, plastic, glass bottles, metal foils etc.) into the bag provided and dispose of it on your way out.