Bijrani Jeep Safari

About Bijrani

Bijrani is the place that offers tourists with exemplary diversification in wildlife such as tiger, wild dogs, jackals, sloth bear, barking deer, Indian python, leopard, king cobra, and elephant including an array of reptiles and of course the rare birds.Jeep safari is indeed the thrilling as you would explore the rugged terrain of Bijrani , but if you are serious enough to get access to the remote ridges of national park, Elephant safari could be the best option out. The wild dogs or Dhole (popular among the local inhabitants) are found only in Bijrani , and have strikingly focused community hunting technique.

Bijrani is undoubtedly the first preference of tourists and wildlife adventurists as it offers unique topography. The more you explore Bijrani , the more is left unexplored and this goes on and on as you move into the interiors of the Corbett national park. The rippling streams with lantana bushes along the ridges in fact lend a truly natural and adventurous feel for sure. For the staunch wildlife lovers, it would indeed be great idea to go across the stream as they can easily sight a Royal Bengal tiger, if nothing else. Many a times if not often, lantana bushes will give you amazing sighting of the tiger. The Mahua flowers available in plenty on the Bijrani trail are enticing for the sloth bears. You can get a perfect view of the Sloth bears crossing your jeep and nothing can be exciting than this cross over. Sloth bears come out to enjoy the sweet nectar of Mahua flowers and seeing them drinking the nectar is indeed an engaging activity.

Bijrani is a perfect site for the wildlife lovers for many reasons. Besides highest probability of wildlife citing, the entire site is peaceful and you can easily come across the sounds of birds chirping and elephants marching relentlessly.

Keep in your mind that you put on trekking shoes and bring a high quality binocular. As far as clothes are concerned, there are no restrictions on them. Anything which is comfortable and easy to wear would do.

Prohibitions in Bijrani

Alcohol and non-vegetarian food not allowed. All your personal and non-biodegradable remains like tin cans, plastic, glass bottles, metal foils etc. should be put into a carry bag and you should dispose it off after you finish the tour. This is to keep the National Park and animals’ safe.

Visitor Season

15 October to 30 June

Make a Note
  • Maximum 6 persons are allowed in a Gypsy
  • Child below 5 years will be complimentary
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