Jhirna Jeep Safari

About Jhirna

The Jhirna jeep safari zone is one of the most eye-catching spots inside the Jim Corbett national park and is visited by tourists with the Corbett Safari Booking facilities. It lies at a distance of 16km from Ramnagar and tourists need to have special permit issued by the national park authority priorto making an entry to the zone. The Jhirna jeep safari system is an exciting zone which gives tourists with some of the fascinating views of wild life. However, the tourists visiting this zone it is mandatory to stay at the forest rest house and previous accommodation by getting to through Jim Corbett Safari Booking.

Jeep Safari at Jhirna Zone of Corbett National Park Jhirna Zone entry is through Dhela Gate which is 20 Kms from Corbett Wild Retreat. Jhirna tourism zone comes under the southern part of the Corbett National Park. Jeep Safari at Jhirna Zone of the Corbett National Park is open throughout the year. Its main topography mainly constitutes deciduous and secondary forest interspersed with plush open grasslands that offer amazingly good visibility of wild animals. Machanshave been set up by the Corbett National Park authorities for the visitors can view wild animals in their natural habitat. Huge and widespread stream beds and steep cliff edges offer good prospects for bird watching.

Jhirna was a farming village till the year 1994, but was then transformed into a Project Tiger safe zone. The unrestricted farmland is progressively relapsing into sprawling wild state and managed and controlled with the purpose to develop into a grassland habitat. The adjacent terrain comprisesseveral gorges that run across the typically Shiwalik landscape. The hills lying on north of Jhirna are enclosed with dense patches of bamboo. Jhirna is a good natural habitat for tiger, leopard and deer. Jhirna is also host to other interesting mammals like sloth bear and wild boar.

Prohibitions in Jhirna

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 climes and animals’ safe.

Tourists should check out the timings of the Jhirna Jeep safari as these keep changing during the summer and the winter.

Visitor Season

Round the year

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