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Jim Corbett National Park: A safari guide's tips on the best time to visit, permits, hotels

By Toshita Sahni

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The Himalayas have much more to offer than gorgeous mountainscapes and crisp weather. Its lower foothills, especially in Uttarakhand , are a haven for wildlife—buzzing with animal and birding activity all year round. Therefore, it is no surprise that India’s first-ever national park was established here in 1936. Today, we know this park as the Jim Corbett National Park, part of the larger Corbett Tiger Reserve. Unlike many other reserves in the country, Corbett is not dominated by flat, dry lands. It derives its charm from the variety of its landscapes as well as its biodiversity.

If you’re planning to visit India’s oldest national park, there’s much to keep in mind about the safari zones, timings, and regulations. Whether you’re hell-bent on spotting a tiger or just want to enjoy the serenity of the forest, it helps to have a few local insights. Naturalist Yogesh Nainwal , who is armed with six years of work experience, shares tips on what to keep in mind when planning a safari at Jim Corbett.

What makes Jim Corbett National Park special?

One of the most distinctive features of Corbett is its terrain. While some zones have steep ascents and descents, others have plains that are covered with different types of grasslands. The landscape within a single zone itself may vary greatly. Serpentine rivulets from the Ramganga river crisscross certain areas—an important aspect as animals tend to seek out these water bodies for a drink. The proximity of the Kalagarh reservoir is an added advantage. If you’re lucky, you may catch a glimpse of the critically endangered gharial (a species of fish-eating crocodile) near the banks of the Ramganga river.

A great source of pride for the locals is also Corbett’s historical contribution to wildlife conservation. Back in 1973, the flagship conservation program Project Tiger was launched from this national park. The draft for tiger conservation applied in other reserves across the country originates from Corbett.

What to spot at Jim Corbett National Park?

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The Royal Bengal tiger is the key attraction of the national park, drawing many visitors from all over the country and abroad. Besides tigers, the most sought-after animals are leopards, elephants, sambar deer and bears. According to the last census, there are around 55 mammal species in this reserve. Sightings of some lesser-known ones, such as the yellow-throated marten and the Indian pangolin, are rare but possible, says Nainwal.

Over 600 species of birds are at the park, making the park a birder’s paradise. Keep an eye out (preferably with binoculars) for cormorants, grey herons, egrets, cattle egrets, white-necked and black-necked storks, crested serpent eagles, black-winged kites, shikras, Himalayan vultures, spotted owlets, fish owls, and the scops owls. You may also get the chance to spot rare birds such as the great slaty woodpecker, ultramarine flycatcher, ibisbill, wallcreeper, Hodgson’s bushchat, bright-headed cisticola and rosy minivet, among others.

“The density of the sal forest here is very high, which makes the region a paradise for birding. However, this density also makes it slightly harder to spot animals. You have to work harder to get sightings, but in the end, it is all worth it. The guides here understand how to track the movements of the tigers, as they tend to follow specific trails as part of their daily routine. They are habituated to those particular paths because they are territorial animals,” says Nainwal.

Nainwal has had many special sightings during his time here, but the most special one is of a tiger and her cubs jumping and playing in the water. While the tiger is an important draw, he says it’s important to not focus on just the big cats. “Corbett has a lot more to offer. Some shows and documentaries make people think that they will get to spot animals, up close, as soon as they enter the park. But they forget that this is a jungle, not a zoo. Be patient,” he says.

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What's the best time to go to Jim Corbett?

If you want to spot mammals, Nainwal recommends visiting in the summer between March and June. During this time, the chances of a good sighting increase manifold because the grasslands start to dry up and the visibility increases. Soon after the monsoon , the density of vegetation is very high. In this case, the only way to spot a tiger is if it comes out onto the road. While mammal sightings may be harder from November to February, winter is the perfect time for spotting migratory birds like the ruddy shelduck, storks and ibisbill.

How many safaris should you do during a 3-night stay?

Nainwal suggests visiting for four days and booking at least three to four safaris. He advises against back-to-back safaris on the same day as each ride stretches between four to five hours, and it could get hectic. Alternate between morning and evening slots on different days.

What are the safari slots at Jim Corbett?

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There are two safari slots: morning and afternoon. At present, the morning safari is from 6:30am to 10:30am, whereas the afternoon safari is from around 1:30pm to 5:30pm. Their timings could vary according to seasons as well as zones. While the slot lasts for four hours, the hours you’d like to spend in the park ultimately is your call. However, all jeeps are required to exit the forest on time or risk a heavy fine.

The first hour in the morning inside the forest is very important and you will get the best experience then, says Nainwal. So, resist the urge to hit that snooze button and get ready to enter the jungle as soon as the shift begins. Similarly, in the evening, the guide recommends remaining inside the forest as long as you can till the shift ends around sunset.

How to book a safari permit at Jim Corbett and how much does it cost?

Visitors can book permits for jeep safaris and canter rides on the official  website . Bookings open 45 days in advance for Indians and 90 days in advance for foreigners.  For Indians interested in a day safari, the permit fee per vehicle is Rs1,100*. For canter rides, the tariff is Rs1,300*. The rates for foreigners are higher in each case.

While booking a permit, you will be asked for information about the jeep’s occupants. In one jeep, a maximum of six adult guests and 2 children can travel. Note: while applying for a permit, the system does not allow you to register children below the age of five, but they will be allowed to enter the park. Whoever’s details are entered first will receive updates about the jeep, etc. on the registered mobile number.

How to book a jeep and guide at Corbett?

Jeeps are assigned online after booking a permit and the fee for a jeep is Rs2,800*. Guides are assigned at the gate and are compulsory—you are not allowed to enter the forest without one. Their fee is Rs800*. If you wish to book your own guide , you will still have to pay the fee for the assigned guide.

These booking procedures could get complicated and visitors often prefer to book via local agents or the hotels they are staying at. For a stipulated fee, this third party handles the entire process of booking the permit, jeep and guide.

Which zones are the best at Corbett Tiger Reserve?

You can choose from eight zones in Corbett, which are fully functional from 15 November to 15 June. Certain zones, such as Jhirna and Dhela, are open year-round. Nainwal says the chances to spot animals are equal everywhere. But for the best sightings, he recommends exploring Garjiya first, followed by Bijrani, Jhirna, Dhela, and Durga Devi.

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In the Durga Devi Zone, 70-80% of the terrain is hilly and steep, with sharp turns and hairpin bends. This zone is preferred by bird enthusiasts as the sal forests teem with birds such as the chestnut-bellied nuthatch, white-crested laughing thrush, great slaty woodpecker, white-rumped shama, white-capped redstart, and plumbeous water redstart. The Garjiya and Dhikala zones are also great for birding.

The Dhikala zone is known for its extensive grasslands that attract deer, bears, tigers, martens as well as birds. Here, you can also spot the rare gharial on the banks of the Ramganga river. This zone is only accessible via canters (16-seater small buses). If you want to explore it by jeep, you have to book a night stay at a lodge inside the Dhikala zone.

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Besides jeep drives, what else can you do in Corbett?

If you are staying in the Dhikuli range, Nainwal suggests going for one of the many nature walks conducted by local guides. “These walks span two or three hours, and are a great way to get acquainted with the locals, their culture and their traditions. You may also get a chance to taste their food.” You can make inquiries at your hotel or at the safari office to book a guide. The nature trails that traverse the Kosi River and lead to the Garjia Temple are scenic and are perfect for bird-watching. Since it is prohibited to get down from safari jeeps (except at designated areas) inside park limits, such walks offer you the rare opportunity to explore the surrounding areas on foot.

There are also many adventure activities available in the vicinity, the most recent one being  hot-air balloon rides . Adventure lovers can try out river rafting on the Kosi river during the monsoon season (July-October). Besides adventure activities, you can visit the Corbett Museum near the Dhangadi Gate (the entrance of the Dhikala Zone). If you’re interested in knowing more about Jim Corbett himself, head to the heritage museum dedicated to him in Kaladhungi.

What are the best hotels in Jim Corbett?

The Dhikala, Garjiya, and Bijrani zones are about 10-20 minutes away from most hotels in the Dhikuli range. The Taj Corbett Resort & Spa  (doubles from Rs14,480*, book here ) is located on the bank of the Kosi river. You can enjoy outdoor activities, including hikes and camping, designed to complement your safari outings. If you have chosen the Jhirna, Dhela or the Bijrani zone, head to Jim's Jungle Retreat  (doubles from Rs20,000*, book here ),  which is a 10-minute drive from the Dhela zone. The 15-acre property has 18 jungle cottages and bungalow-style lodges with views of grasslands, forests and the wildlife. Aahana–The Corbett Wilderness  (doubles from Rs22,000*, including all meals and taxes, book here ) , which is a 15-minute drive from Dhela, is an eco-resort with rustic-style rooms, suites and villas. The hotel also features a naturopathy centre offering a range of spa treatments.

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How to get to Corbett Tiger Reserve?

Corbett is well connected by road and rail. The national park is a five to six-hour drive from Delhi. The nearest domestic airports are the Pantnagar Airport (80km drive) and Dehradun’s Jolly Grant Airport Dehradun (170km drive). There are trains from Delhi and Mumbai to Ramnagar, the railway station closest to the park.

How to reach the guide?

You can connect with Yogesh Nainwal at 9634748397

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The  Corbett Big Cat Safari team truly believes in serving the tourists with comfort and luxury. And in order to make your holidays or trip a happy one with satisfying experiences, our team consistently operates with prompt responsiveness. As we put in hours of effort and dedication to provide you with seamless and easy travelling experience.With the hand of support from the enquiry call to the final good bye from the resort, our consultant tirelessly assists you throughout the trip.

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Having integrity and honesty in her approach, she too aspires to deliver excellent travelling experience to the tourists coming to Jim Corbett. She possesses the curiosity to know about the reviews of the tourists and manages to resolve their concerns and pains through strategic action plan.

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Asad Ali is a nature enthusiasts and keen observer having immense experience of more than 15 years as naturalist. Born and brought up in the land of Uttarakhand, he is in love with the place. And has in- depth knowledge of the national park’s geography, flora, fauna, and birds, answering your each questions in detail about the plants and trees and nature in general, you meet a knowledgeable naturalist at Jim Corbett. However, he is inquisitive to find about the new facts about the nature, and that makes him the fantastic naturalist of Corbett. However, he is also an active contributor to the operations of the business.

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RajendraBisht is a jovial person with high spirited personality. And he is cooperative and understanding. Right from planning and executing the travel plan, he guarantees the travelers coming to Jim Corbett, a hassle free travelling experience. Be it resort stay or jeep safari, he strategizes the trip and travel plan smartly.

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Our safari coordinator is a perfectionist in his job. From scheduling of safari timing for the travelers coming to the Corbett to monitoring the pick-up and drop facility from the resort for jeep safari, he assures timeliness and punctuality of jeep driver.As he respectstime, the time pays him back in return with systematic execution of safari.

By keeping the check at the licensed driver, he accurately manages the several jeep safari in a day for the different zones of the national park. And he makes sure that the vehicle is in good condition by deploying licensed and skilled drivers for the jeep safari.

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Usmaan, is one of the competent and skilled driver in our teamand has years of experience in jeep driving. Having the valid license for jeep, he supervises the know-how of the destination and takes you to the lush jungle of the Jim Corbett swiftly without any jerk and bump. Moreover, he takes you to the desired location in time.

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Bhupendra is a trained jeep driver. Friendly yet cooperative, his mastered driving skills to the varied terrains of the jungle are remarkable.Moreover, with his patient temperament, he can drive the jeep for hours tirelessly. And with refined driving skills, he is an opt driver for the difficult terrain of the jungle.

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Ganesh is a decent and well-mannered individual. Being a trained and experienced driver, he smoothly turns his jeep to the varied geographies of the jungle. And you have a fantastic ride to the jungle with him as he acquaints the destination by highlighting the popular places of Jim Corbett. And with his happy go lucky attitude, you are received and picked you up from the resort with a happy face.

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Sahil is a kind and pleasant, licensed professional jeep safari driver . Moreover, his sincerity and conviction towards driving makes him a competent driver. And can handle any situation on the road, as he believes safety of his travelers is his priority. He also holds the specialty to control the vehicle with his refined skill at any given circumstances.

As he drives the jeep with adequate speed, you attain a secured ride through the Jungle with him.However, with responsibility, he picks up and drops the travelers from the resort on time. Thereby, you enjoy a carefree ride with him due to the proficiency in his job since years.

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Azeem is our recognized and trusted drivers as he is with us for years. Having the record of successfully handling several jeep safaris across the years, he takes you to the jungle at a constant speed. Moreover, he is social and his smile and familiar behavior with the travelers is appreciating.

Keeping a safe distance with the other vehicle, he maintains a proper distance and smoothly drives the jeep from the different terrains of the jungle. Havinggreat mechanical knowledge and expertise he can troubleshoot any disruption if any in the car within minutes.

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Pandit Ji is a responsible, patient and alert driver. And by abiding the rules and regulations of the jungle, he lets you have a soothing ride to the national park. Taking care of the tourists well, his calming and simplistic behavior makes him a trusted and reliable driver.

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He is a self- disciplined man and believes in driving slowing and following the rules of the traffic. He aims to reach the destination safely and avoids to rush his jeep at any given circumstances. With patient attitude and dedicated concentration, he rides the jeep with sheer perfection. However, his friendly gesture and appropriate behavior with the tourists is appreciating and outstanding.

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Adil is one of the experienced and best driver from the team Big Cats Safari, He is very skilled at discovering hidden locations to photograph rare and endangered kinds of animals, and because of this, he is always punctual in picking up guests and gives it his all to make their safari an unforgettable experience. He had plenty of expertise driving through the jungle, and he contributed to make majority of the safari outstanding.

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Safari Zones in Jim Corbett National Park

Home to an estimated population of over 260 Bengal tigers, Jim Corbett National Park boasts the highest number of tigers among the country's tiger reserves, making it a popular destination for travelers both from India and abroad. Afterall, there is nothing quite adventurous like spotting a tiger in the wild. Opting for a jeep or a canter safari at the national park is a safe and promising way to spot the big cat.

For the jungle safari, Jim Corbett National Park has been divided into 8 zones that remain open at different times of the year. These zones are:

Dhikala Safari Zone, Jim Corbett National Park

The Dhikala Zone is the most popular zone of Jim Corbett National Park and is the best zone to spot a tiger in its natural habitat. A landscape of open grasslands, river channels, and the wilderness of Sal trees, the Dhikala Zone is home to a number of wild animals. During the safari, herds of Asiatic elephants and spotted deer can also be seen frolicking around the jungle. Hidden within its forests, there is even a British-era rest house that can be booked for those wishing to spend the night at the national park. Offering beautiful views of the Ramganga River, the rest house was the venue for the launch of Project Tiger in 1973.

Dhikala Zone offers Canter safari for its visitors with the following timings, bookings for which are taken online:

Jeep safaris in Dhikala Zone are only accessible to those staying in the Dhikala Forest Rest House.

  • Dates Open : 15th November to 15th June
  • Entry From : Dhangari Gate

Jhirna Safari Zone, Jim Corbett National Park

The Jhirna Zone lies along the southern boundary of Jim Corbett National Park and is among the best zones of the park to spot a tiger. It consists of a varied species of wildlife like Bengal tigers, leopards, Asiatic elephants, and sloth bears. Brought under the tiger reserve as a tiger safari zone in 1994, Jhirna is a popular zone among Jim Corbett's visitors. Abundant with wildlife, Jhirna remains open throughout the year and can be accessed through the Dhela gate.

Jhirna Zone offers Jeep safari for visitors with the following timings, bookings for which are taken online:

  • Dates Open : Throughout the year
  • Entry From : Dhela Gate

Bijrani Safari Zone, Jim Corbett National Park

Located near the Amdanda gate at Jim Corbett National Park, the Bijrani Zone is blessed with a beautiful landscape of open grasslands, forests of Sal, and streams of the park's rivers. Offering a serene and peaceful atmosphere, the zone claims to be the prime destination for tiger sightings at Jim Corbett. The perfect zone to spend moments of peace and adventure, the Bijrani Zone is situated close to the city of Ramnagar.

Bijrani Zone offers Jeep safari for visitors with the following timings, bookings for which are taken online:

  • Dates Open : 15th October to 30th June
  • Entry From : Amdanda Gate

Dhela Safari Zone, Jim Corbett National Park

Available for safaris since 2014, the Dhela Zone is another zone that remains open throughout the year. Covering an area of more than 1000 hectares, this zone is blanketed with forests of Sal, Rohini, Haldu, Bahera, and Kusum. In the Dhela Zone, Bengal tigers, leopards, Asiatic elephants, sloth bears, and reptiles like the King cobra can be found. A popular zone for tiger safaris, the zone is also blessed with many birds, making it a delightful experience for even birdwatchers.

Dhela Zone, currently only offers Jeep safaris for its visitors with the following timings, bookings for which are taken online:

Durgadevi Safari Zone, Jim Corbett National Park

Durgadevi Zone provides a unique safari experience that showcases the beauty of wildlife. Located on the north-eastern border of Jim Corbett's Tiger Reserve, the zone does not hold back an adventure from its visitors. With the Ramganga and the Mandal Rivers flowing through it, Durgadevi Zone is known for its sighting of Asiatic elephants and otters at its Domunda Bridge. Apart from being a favorite spot among visitors to spot the big cat, the zone also provides a fun expedition for bird lovers.

Durgadevi Zone offers Jeep safari for visitors with the following timings, bookings for which are taken online:

  • Entry From : Durgadevi Gate

Sonanadi Safari Zone, Jim Corbett National Park

The Sonanadi Zone at Jim Corbett National Park gets its name from its history of being known as a site for gold mining, with its name literally meaning 'A river of gold'. Earlier a part of the Kalagarh Forest Division, the Sonanadi Zone became a part of the national park in 1991. With streams of Mandal and Palain, lush forests of Sal trees and bamboo, the zone makes for a peaceful adventure among nature. The animals in this part of the national park live freely and undisturbed due to the absence of any villages within the zone.

Sonanadi Zone offers Jeep safari for visitors with the following timings, bookings for which are taken online:

  • Entry From : Vatanvasa Gate

Garjia Safari Zone, Jim Corbett National Park

The Garjia Zone is one of the newer zones of the national park that have been opened up for safaris, yet is slowly becoming a prime destination for sighting tigers, on par with the Dhikala Zone. Providing a picturesque landscape of dense Sal trees, and vast grasslands, the Garjia Zone is also abundant with Asiatic elephants, Sambar deer, leopards, and various reptiles. Along with this, the zone, with its plethora of bird species, is also a paradise for birdwatchers.

Garjia Zone offers Jeep safari for visitors with the following timings, bookings for which are taken online:

  • Entry From : Garjiya Gate

Pakhro Safari Zone, Jim Corbett National Park

Another one of the newer additions to the jungle safari at Jim Corbett National Park, the Pakhro Zone is located close to the city of Kotdwar and can be reached in less than 2 hours from the Jolly Grant Airport of Dehradun. The entry gate to the Pakhro Zone also provides access to the Sonanadi Zone. A less explored zone, it is home to wildlife such as the spotted deer, sambar deer, wild boar, leopard, barking deer, Himalayan black bear, sloth bear and the Bengal tiger.

Pakhro Zone offers Jeep safari for visitors with the following timings, bookings for which are taken online:

  • Entry From : Pakhro Gate
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Popular Corbett Wildlife Packages

Experience the legacy of India's premier tiger reserve with our bespoke Jim Corbett Wildlife tour packages, highlighting its unique flora & fauna.

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Birding In Corbett

Golden mahseer tour, gounch /cat fish tour, golden mahseer & gounch ( cat fish ) angling expedition, in search of big cat and cat fish.

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Jim Corbett National Park is a national park located in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand, India. It is the oldest national park in India and was established in 1936 as Hailey National Park to protect the endangered Bengal tiger. It was later renamed in honor of Jim Corbett, a British hunter, conservationist, and author who played a key role in the establishment of the park. The park is known for its diverse flora and fauna, including tigers, elephants, leopards, deer, and over 600 species of birds. It is a popular destination for wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers, and offers opportunities for jungle safaris, bird watching, and nature walks. It is also home to several resorts and lodges that offer comfortable accommodation and other amenities for visitors.

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Corbett National Park

The first Indian national park at the foot of the Himalayas

Corbett National Park

Corbett National Park Nainital District, Uttarakhand

Pantnagar, 123 km and Delhi, 295 km

521 km2 + 798 km2 buffer zone

November 15 – June 15

The most pleasant temperatures are before and after the winter between October and November and February and March. The best tiger sightings are in the Indian summer between April and June.

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Fauna of Corbett National Park

Bengal tiger ,  Indian leopard ,  jungle cat ,  fishing cat ,  leopard cat ,  Asian elephant ,  blue bull (nilgai) ,  spotted deer (chetal) ,

barking deer (muntjac) ,   sambar deer ,  goral ,   gray langur ,  rhesus macaque , golden jackal ,  Asiatic wild dog (dhole) ,  sloth bear ,  Asian black bear ,  yellow-throated marten , Eurasian otter ,  small Indian civet ,  red fox ,  masked palm civet , spotted linsang ,  Indian gray mongoose , Indian crested porcupine ,  Indian boar ,   Indian pangolin ,  mugger crocodile ,  gharial

Portrait of Corbett National Park

The southern foothills of the Himalayas, also known as the Terai, create a breathtakingly beautiful landscape that is more reminiscent of Canada than India. The evergreen, dense forests on hilly terrain, the stony riverbeds with the crystal clear waters of the Ramganga and the open steppes covered with elephant grass at Dikhala are a real feast for the eyes. Corbett has an extraordinarily diverse flora and fauna, which unite species from the high mountains and the subcontinent.

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With the simple and vegetarian Dikhala Forest Lodge, Corbett offers the unique opportunity among Indian national parks to spend the night in the middle of the wilderness. This is not possible in any other tiger reserve! The sacrifice of a little luxury in favour of a unique nature experience is always worthwhile. Corbett National Park bears its name in honor of the British hunter and later conservationist Jim Corbett , who spent most of his life in this part of British India known as Kumaon. Jim loved "his India" and its natural treasures – from childhood he wandered alone through the jungle and had many encounters with tigers and other dangerous animals, which he captured in his thrilling writings. He described the tiger as "the gentleman of the jungle", since he was of the firm belief that a tiger attacks humans only in the outermost emergency as as a result of an injury. Nevertheless, Jim gained fame by helping to save the inhabitants of the mountain slopes of Kumaon from notorious man-eaters. His literary works can hardly be surpassed in tension and confer an extra bit of anticipation on an impending journey to the land of the tiger.  

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At Big Cat Tours, we specialize in curating extraordinary wildlife experiences in some of the world’s most iconic national parks . Immerse yourself in the untamed beauty of nature as you traverse diverse landscapes, from dense jungles to vast savannas, each home to a unique array of flora and fauna.

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It was amazing to book Jim Corbett safari from Big Cats Safari on 22nd Nov'22. Roohi was extremely helpful & supportive from our 1st call till the end. However, we got Jhirna zone, this has numerous water stream which nourishes the wildlife and adding the natural ambiance of the zone. The driver tried their best and shared with us his 10 yrs of experience with wild life, however, we saw group of 10 elephants, group of nearly 25 deers, group of 10 baboons, few peacocks and a jackal The complete experience was so smooth. We fully recommend BIG Cat Safari, they are the perfect service provider with experienced driver having full knowledge of the jungle, he guided us each n every thing. Thanks again Roohi for the great services!

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We were a group of 3 women senior citizens and travelled in October 2022. Roohi at Big Cat Safari was really helpful right from the start. She promptly attended to all our queries. Took extra care that we were safe and attended to at all times during the trip that was 2 nights at Langdale manor, Nainital and 2 nights at Corbett Paradiso Resort. We went on the Jungle Safari on 26th October morning, picked up at sharp 6am and it was an enjoyable experience though the tiger didn't want to see us. The Paradiso resort was just 5 mins walk from a branch of the Kosi river and we enjoyed walking along its banks admiring the clear waters. The suspension bridge (Jhoola Pool) near Garjiya temple was an amazing experience, we could walk down to the Kosi river bed. Not to miss spot. Roohi helped us find the place. She had chosen a skillful driver to be with us for the 5 days. He looked after us like family

My experience with Big Cats Safari was wonderful. They took care of the safari and also booked our accomodation in Corbett Paradiso Resort. We had back to back morning and evening safaris in the Phato region. The drivers and the guides tried their best and we saw spotted deers and even a fresh pug mark from. Tiger. The whole experience was smooth and nice!

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There was a time when you could see wild Tigers all over Asia, but now they are driven back into only 13 countries, with some projects in places like Africa to re-introduce them to the wild. The tiger remains the largest living cat in the world and is simply magnificent to observe.

<p>We looked at the best places for tiger safari or global tours. You can see tigers in the wild in 13 different countries, but these 5 offer the highest sighting probability. </p> <p>Do you want to find the best places to see tigers in the wild? Look at what we collected in the Tiger Safari or Tour guide.</p>

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We looked at the best places for tiger safari or global tours. You can see tigers in the wild in 13 different countries, but these 5 offer the highest sighting probability.

Do you want to find the best places to see tigers in the wild? Look at what we collected in the Tiger Safari or Tour guide.

<p>India offers one of the best Tiger spotting opportunities in the world, with over 50 Tier resorts called the "Tiger State." </p> <p>India is home to seventy percent of the world’s tiger population, with the Bengal tiger population at 2226 during the last census in 2014. The state of Madhya Pradesh is India’s Tiger State; it is located a few hours south of Deli. </p>

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India offers one of the best Tiger spotting opportunities in the world, with over 50 Tier resorts called the "Tiger State." 

India is home to seventy percent of the world’s tiger population, with the Bengal tiger population at 2226 during the last census in 2014. The state of Madhya Pradesh is India’s Tiger State; it is located a few hours south of Deli. 

<ul>   <li><a href="https://www.bandhavgarh-national-park.com/tiger-special-tour.html">Bandhavgarh National Park Tours</a></li>   <li><a href="https://www.tourindiawithdriver.com/de/IndiaDestinations164/Bandhavgarh-Nationalpark">Driver Tours India</a></li>   <li><a href="https://naturesafariindia.com/">Nature Safari India</a></li>  </ul> <p><strong>Tiger Safari Operators: </strong></p> <p><strong>How to get there:</strong> Durminskoye Reserve is about two hours drive from Khabarovsk, in the Southeastern part of Russia in Khabarovsk Krai. </p> <p>To make a difference today, raise awareness for these beautiful animals and join a Tiger Safari or Tour.</p> <p>A white tiger was caught in this area in 1957, whose offspring can be seen in zoos and circuses worldwide. Other <a class="wpil_keyword_link " title="predator" href="https://www.animalsaroundtheglobe.com/top-predators-in-the-food-chain/">predator</a> species in the area include leopard, striped hyena, sloth bear, wild dog, reed cat, golden jackal, spotted musang, and Indian mongoose.</p> <p>The best-known animal species in the park is the Bengal tiger, of which almost 50 animals lived in the park in 1997. The big cats are not shy and can be observed particularly well here.</p> <p>The hilly landscape is dominated by a plateau on which once stood the fort of the Maharajas. Nearby are grasslands rich in game, originating from swamps once created to protect the fort. Some of these swamps still exist. Salt forests dominate the rest. </p> <p>The Bandhavgarh National Park is a national park in Madhya Pradesh, India. It covers an area of about 480 square kilometers and is located about 300 km south of Khajuraho in the Vindhya Mountains.  The park is considered one of the most reliable places to observe wild tigers.</p>

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How to get there: Durminskoye Reserve is about two hours drive from Khabarovsk, in the Southeastern part of Russia in Khabarovsk Krai. 

To make a difference today, raise awareness for these beautiful animals and join a Tiger Safari or Tour.

A white tiger was caught in this area in 1957, whose offspring can be seen in zoos and circuses worldwide. Other predator species in the area include leopard, striped hyena, sloth bear, wild dog, reed cat, golden jackal, spotted musang, and Indian mongoose.

The best-known animal species in the park is the Bengal tiger, of which almost 50 animals lived in the park in 1997. The big cats are not shy and can be observed particularly well here.

The hilly landscape is dominated by a plateau on which once stood the fort of the Maharajas. Nearby are grasslands rich in game, originating from swamps once created to protect the fort. Some of these swamps still exist. Salt forests dominate the rest. 

The Bandhavgarh National Park is a national park in Madhya Pradesh, India. It covers an area of about 480 square kilometers and is located about 300 km south of Khajuraho in the Vindhya Mountains.  The park is considered one of the most reliable places to observe wild tigers.

<ul>   <li><a href="https://www.satpura-national-park.com/">Satpura National Park Tours</a></li>   <li><a href="https://www.pugdundeesafaris.com/tiger-reserve-tour">Pugdun Safaris</a></li>  </ul> <p><strong>Tiger Safari Operators: </strong></p> <p><strong>How to get there:</strong> The Satpura Tiger Reserve, also known as Satpura National Park, is located in the Indian district of Hoshangabad in Madhya Pradesh. </p> <p>This is a different kind of tiger sanctuary with many differences in altitude and gorgeous greenery, reminiscent of Robert Frost’s beautiful forests. There is a lot of wildlife here. It is undoubtedly an underestimated but wonderful place worth visiting. The drive to the place itself through the mountains is amazingly scenic.</p> <p>Even though the chances of tiger sightings in Satpura Tiger Reserve are not the highest, the park offers walking safaris, a unique way to experience wildlife. </p> <p>Saptura Tiger Reserve is a wonderful place in Madhya Pradesh. However, it is doubtful to see Tiger because there are only 50 tigers in the 1200 sq km National Park. </p>

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How to get there: The Satpura Tiger Reserve, also known as Satpura National Park, is located in the Indian district of Hoshangabad in Madhya Pradesh. 

This is a different kind of tiger sanctuary with many differences in altitude and gorgeous greenery, reminiscent of Robert Frost’s beautiful forests. There is a lot of wildlife here. It is undoubtedly an underestimated but wonderful place worth visiting. The drive to the place itself through the mountains is amazingly scenic.

Even though the chances of tiger sightings in Satpura Tiger Reserve are not the highest, the park offers walking safaris, a unique way to experience wildlife. 

Saptura Tiger Reserve is a wonderful place in Madhya Pradesh. However, it is doubtful to see Tiger because there are only 50 tigers in the 1200 sq km National Park. 

<p>Those who want to see a tiger in Ranthambhore with some certainty should have at least 2 days. Nevertheless, some luck belongs to it to get one of the striped big cats to face. It is an enormously exciting experience!</p> <p>The area is known for its Bengal tigers, which are not very shy and can be easily observed even during the day. Furthermore, it is one of the most western occurrences of the striped big cat at.</p> <p>The Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve is one of 53 tiger reserves in India. The reserve includes Ranthambhore National Park, Kaila Devi Game Reserve, and other small units. In total, it covers an area of 1335 km².</p>

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Those who want to see a tiger in Ranthambhore with some certainty should have at least 2 days. Nevertheless, some luck belongs to it to get one of the striped big cats to face. It is an enormously exciting experience!

The area is known for its Bengal tigers, which are not very shy and can be easily observed even during the day. Furthermore, it is one of the most western occurrences of the striped big cat at.

The Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve is one of 53 tiger reserves in India. The reserve includes Ranthambhore National Park, Kaila Devi Game Reserve, and other small units. In total, it covers an area of 1335 km².

<ul>   <li><a href="https://www.corbettnationalpark.in/online-corbett-safari-booking.htm">Corbett Tiger National Park Tours</a></li>   <li><a href="https://www.corbetttigerreserve.in/">Corbett Tiger Reserve Tours</a></li>  </ul> <p><strong>Tiger Safari Operators: </strong></p> <p><strong>How to get there:</strong> Durminskoye Reserve is about two hours drive from Khabarovsk, in the South-Eastern part of Russia in Khabarovsk Krai. </p> <p>The main form of vegetation is the saline forests, at higher altitudes there are also some pine stands. In the lowlands there are riverine forests, whose stands are interrupted by grasslands called “chaurs” by the locals. It is only open from November to June.</p> <p>The largest river in the park is the Ramganga, which flows into a large lake at the western border of the reserve. The landscape is characterized by broad valleys and hills. A chain of hills runs east-west in the middle of the area. </p> <p>It was initially called Hailey National Park, but in 1957 it was renamed Corbett National Park after it was temporarily called Ramganga National Park from 1952. Corbett National Park covers almost 521 square kilometres. Together with the adjacent Sonanadi Conservation Area it forms the Corbett Tiger Reserve, established in 1973 as part of Project Tiger.</p> <p>Corbett National Park is in the Indian state of Uttarakhand at the foot of the Himalayas. It is named after the British hunter and conservationist Jim Corbett, who was instrumental in establishing the first national park in India near Nainital in 1936. Interesting for Tiger Safari or Tour.</p>

#5 Corbett Tiger Reserve, Uttarakhand, India

  • Corbett Tiger National Park Tours
  • Corbett Tiger Reserve Tours

The main form of vegetation is the saline forests; at higher altitudes, there are also some pine stands. In the lowlands, there are riverine forests, whose stands are interrupted by grasslands called “chaurs” by the locals. It is only open from November to June.

The largest river in the park is the Ramganga, which flows into a large lake at the western border of the reserve. Broad valleys and hills characterize the landscape. A chain of hills runs east-west in the middle of the area. 

It was initially called Hailey National Park, but in 1957, it was renamed Corbett National Park after it was temporarily called Ramganga National Park in 1952. Corbett National Park covers almost 521 square kilometers. Together with the adjacent Sonanadi Conservation Area, it forms the Corbett Tiger Reserve, established in 1973 as part of Project Tiger.

Corbett National Park is in the Indian state of Uttarakhand at the foot of the Himalayas. It is named after the British hunter and conservationist Jim Corbett, who was instrumental in establishing the first national park in India near Nainital in 1936. Interesting for Tiger Safari or Tour.

<ul>   <li><a href="https://www.sunderbans-national-park.com/">Sunderbans National Park Tours</a></li>   <li><a href="https://www.sunderbannationalpark.in/royal-bengal-tiger-tour.html">Sunderbans-Park Tour</a></li>    </ul> <p><strong>Tiger Safari Operators: </strong></p> <p><strong>How to get there:</strong> The park is located in the Sundarbans in the Ganges Delta and borders the Sundarban Reserve Forest in Bangladesh.</p> <p>Also, look at our India <strong><a href="https://www.animalsaroundtheglobe.com/where-to-see-the-big-5-of-india/">Big 5 Article</a> </strong>to explore Indian Wildlife.</p> <p>Among the <a class="wpil_keyword_link" href="https://www.animalsaroundtheglobe.com/mammals/" title="mammals">mammals</a>, the Bengal Tiger is also the absolute highlight in Sundarbans National Park. At present, there are estimated between 350 and 400 wild Bengal Tigers in the Sundarbans. This is the largest remaining tiger population worldwide!</p> <p>The name comes from Bengali and means “beautiful forest”. The Sundarbans cover an area of 10,000 square kilometers in the delta of the largest rivers in South Asia, the Ganges, Brahmaputra and Meghna. The Indian state of West Bengal shares the mangrove area with Bangladesh.</p> <p>The Sundarbans are the most extensive mangrove forests in the world and the only ones where Bengal tigers live at the same time, they have been a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site since 1987. </p> <p>West Bengal is home to one of the world’s largest tiger populations, with over 350 tigers in a 140,000-hectare mangrove forest close to the Bangladesh border. It is a world heritage site, and visitors can take boat safaris. A very famous place for Tiger Safari or Tours.</p>

#6 Sundarbans-Nationalpark and Tiger Reserve, West Bengal, India

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  • Sunderbans-Park Tour

How to get there: The park is located in the Sundarbans in the Ganges Delta and borders the Sundarban Reserve Forest in Bangladesh.

Also, look at our India Big 5 Article to explore Indian Wildlife.

Among the mammals , the Bengal Tiger is also the absolute highlight in Sundarbans National Park. At present, there are estimated between 350 and 400 wild Bengal Tigers in the Sundarbans. This is the largest remaining tiger population worldwide!

The name comes from Bengali and means “beautiful forest”. The Sundarbans cover an area of 10,000 square kilometers in the delta of the largest rivers in South Asia, the Ganges, Brahmaputra and Meghna. The Indian state of West Bengal shares the mangrove area with Bangladesh.

The Sundarbans are the most extensive mangrove forests in the world and the only ones where Bengal tigers live at the same time, they have been a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site since 1987. 

West Bengal is home to one of the world’s largest tiger populations, with over 350 tigers in a 140,000-hectare mangrove forest close to the Bangladesh border. It is a world heritage site, and visitors can take boat safaris. A very famous place for Tiger Safari or Tours.

<ul>   <li><a href="https://www.chitwanjungleguides.com/">Chitwan Jungle Tours</a></li>   <li><a href="https://www.tigerresidency.com/about-us.php">Chitwan Jungle Safari </a></li>  </ul> <p><strong>Tiger Safari Operators: </strong></p> <p><strong>How to get there:</strong> The Chitwan National Park is located southwest of Kathmandu in the Terai. </p> <p>The Chitwan National Park is the best known in the country. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site and the first national park in <a class="wpil_keyword_link" title="Nepal" href="https://www.animalsaroundtheglobe.com/wildlife-in-nepal/">Nepal</a>. Dusk jeep safari is very popular, mainly in the morning and evening. The more relaxed parts of the day offer the best chance to see a Tiger. </p> <p>Due to increased conservation efforts, Nepal's Bengal Tiger population doubled in the last decade, with more than 235 individuals in the five national parks. </p>

#7 Chitwan National Park, Chitwan, Nepal

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  • Chitwan Jungle Safari 

How to get there: The Chitwan National Park is located southwest of Kathmandu in the Terai. 

The Chitwan National Park is the best known in the country. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site and the first national park in Nepal . Dusk jeep safari is very popular, mainly in the morning and evening. The more relaxed parts of the day offer the best chance to see a Tiger. 

Due to increased conservation efforts, Nepal's Bengal Tiger population doubled in the last decade, with more than 235 individuals in the five national parks. 

<ul>   <li><a href="http://bengaltours.com/trip-to-the-sundarbans-forest/">Bengal Tours (three-day)</a></li>   <li><a href="https://www.guidetours.net/location/sundarbans-magical-mangroves/">Guide Tours (three-day)</a></li>  </ul> <ul>   <li><a href="https://www.responsibletravel.com/holiday/10294/bangladesh-tiger-safari-holiday">Responsible Travel (eight-day safari) </a></li>  </ul> <p><strong>Tiger Safari Operators:</strong></p> <p><strong>How to get there:</strong> The sundarbans national park is located in the south west of bangladesh, around 6 hours drive from Dhaka. </p> <p>You can also see saltwater crocodiles, wild boar, languages and many birds.</p> <p>However, Tiger sightings in Bangladesh are <a class="wpil_keyword_link" title="rare" href="https://www.animalsaroundtheglobe.com/top-5-rarest-animals-around-the-globe/">rare</a>, compared to other countries.  Another interesting place for Tiger Safaris or Tiger Tours. Operators offer Boat tours from the city of Khulna in the southwest. Bed and Breakfast on the leading boat, track tigers on smaller boats or en foot (with armed security personal)</p> <p>It’s the home of more than 1120 Bengal tigers. </p> <p>Welcome to the world’s largest mangrove forest, starting in India and going through Bangladesh. </p>

#9 The Sundarbans, Bangladesh

  • Bengal Tours (three-day)
  • Guide Tours (three-day)
  • Responsible Travel (eight-day safari) 

Tiger Safari Operators:

How to get there: The sundarbans national park is located in the south west of bangladesh, around 6 hours drive from Dhaka. 

You can also see saltwater crocodiles, wild boar, languages and many birds .

However, Tiger sightings in Bangladesh are rare , compared to other countries.  Another interesting place for Tiger Safaris or Tiger Tours. Operators offer Boat tours from the city of Khulna in the southwest. Bed and Breakfast on the leading boat, track tigers on smaller boats or en foot (with armed security personal)

It’s the home of more than 1120 Bengal tigers. 

Welcome to the world’s largest mangrove forest, starting in India and going through Bangladesh. 

<ul>   <li><a href="http://www.russiatigertracking.com/">Russia Tiger Tracking</a></li>   <li><a href="https://www.visitrussia.org.uk/observing-the-tiger">Visit Russia</a></li>  </ul> <p><strong>Tiger Safari Operators: </strong></p> <p><strong>How to get there:</strong> Durminskoye Reserve is about two hours’ drive from Khabarovsk, in the South-Eastern part of Russia in Khabarovsk Krai. </p> <p>Tourist tiger safaris are organized like science tours, tracking pug marks on snowmobiles and on food, setting camera traps reviewing footage. What else is there? You can see wolves, lynxes, badgers, foxes, and raptors. <a href="https://www.animalsaroundtheglobe.com/asiatic-black-bear/">In the summer even Asian black bears</a></p> <p>However, with only around 540 individuals left in the wild, the chance to see one is slight. Most of the Tiger Safari tours are based in Durminskoye Reserve, it is a 50.000-acre wildlife sanctuary a three hours drive from Khabarovsk in southeast Russia. It is the last prime habitat for Siberian tigers.</p> <p>In the 1940s, they were hunted to the brink of extinction and only saved due to the new protection grant of tigers in Russia in 1965. </p> <p>The majestic Siberian Tiger, mainly found in eastern Russia or northern China, is our planet’s largest tiger species and cat. It is sadly also the most <a class="wpil_keyword_link" href="https://www.animalsaroundtheglobe.com/endangered-animals/" title="endangered">endangered</a>.  </p>

#10 Durminskoye Reserve, Chabarowsk Region Russia

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How to get there: Durminskoye Reserve is about two hours’ drive from Khabarovsk, in the South-Eastern part of Russia in Khabarovsk Krai. 

Tourist tiger safaris are organized like science tours, tracking pug marks on snowmobiles and on food, setting camera traps reviewing footage. What else is there? You can see wolves, lynxes, badgers, foxes, and raptors. In the summer even Asian black bears

However, with only around 540 individuals left in the wild, the chance to see one is slight. Most of the Tiger Safari tours are based in Durminskoye Reserve, it is a 50.000-acre wildlife sanctuary a three hours drive from Khabarovsk in southeast Russia. It is the last prime habitat for Siberian tigers.

In the 1940s, they were hunted to the brink of extinction and only saved due to the new protection grant of tigers in Russia in 1965. 

The majestic Siberian Tiger, mainly found in eastern Russia or northern China, is our planet’s largest tiger species and cat. It is sadly also the most endangered .  

<ul>   <li><a href="https://www.wildsumatra.com/kerinci/">Wild Sumatra</a></li>   <li><a href="https://www.trijaya-travel.com/destinations/west-sumatra/the-kerinci-national-park">Trijaya Travel</a></li>  </ul> <p><strong>Tiger Safari Operators:</strong></p> <p><strong>How to get there: </strong>The main entrance and the national park office are in Sungai Penuh. There you can get a visit permit and find hiking guides. Alternatively, accommodations in the Kerinci Seblat National Park’s surroundings often help their guests get a visit permit and reliable hiking guides. Look for a Tiger Safari or Tour.</p> <p>There are also about 200 bird species. Among the more than 4000 plant species that grow in Kerinci Seblat National Park are the giant reflower, the titan’s root, various orchids and the edelweiss.</p> <p>Numerous rare or even endangered species, such as the Sumatran tiger, the clouded leopard, the tree leopard, the Sumatran rhinoceros, the Malay bear, and the Malayan tapir, is at home in Kerinci Seblat National Park. </p> <p>Various species accordingly characterize the fauna and flora of the Kerinci Seblat National Park. </p> <p>However, the National Park offers another Sighting, the <a href="https://www.animalsaroundtheglobe.com/sumatran-tiger-vs-nile-monitor/">Sumatran Tiger</a>. Around 200 Tigers roam in the wild, using Tourists as one factor to save their habitat and survival. </p> <p>The Kerinci Seblat National Park is twice the size of the famous Bali Island, which is well known for its tourists. </p>

#12 Kerinci Seblat National Park, Sumatra, Indonesia

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How to get there: The main entrance and the national park office are in Sungai Penuh. There you can get a visit permit and find hiking guides. Alternatively, accommodations in the Kerinci Seblat National Park’s surroundings often help their guests get a visit permit and reliable hiking guides. Look for a Tiger Safari or Tour.

There are also about 200 bird species. Among the more than 4000 plant species that grow in Kerinci Seblat National Park are the giant reflower, the titan’s root, various orchids and the edelweiss.

Numerous rare or even endangered species, such as the Sumatran tiger, the clouded leopard, the tree leopard, the Sumatran rhinoceros, the Malay bear, and the Malayan tapir, is at home in Kerinci Seblat National Park. 

Various species accordingly characterize the fauna and flora of the Kerinci Seblat National Park. 

However, the National Park offers another Sighting, the Sumatran Tiger . Around 200 Tigers roam in the wild, using Tourists as one factor to save their habitat and survival. 

The Kerinci Seblat National Park is twice the size of the famous Bali Island, which is well known for its tourists. 

<p><strong>Do you like Big Cats? </strong>Have a look at the best places to see <a href="https://www.animalsaroundtheglobe.com/cats/best-places-to-see-iberian-lynx/"><strong>Lynx</strong></a>.</p> <p>Because humans hunt it and destroy its habitat, which once stretched from the Caspian Sea to the Pacific Ocean.</p> <p>Tiger habitats are pretty diverse and can be found in more places than you’d think! They live in Siberia’s dense forests and roam Malaysia’s jungles. But things are not going well for these elegant <a class="wpil_keyword_link" title="cats" href="https://www.animalsaroundtheglobe.com/cats/">cats</a> of prey. Although the tiger has no natural enemies, it is threatened with extinction. </p>

Get to know Tigers

Do you like Big Cats?  Have a look at the best places to see Lynx .

Because humans hunt it and destroy its habitat, which once stretched from the Caspian Sea to the Pacific Ocean.

Tiger habitats are pretty diverse and can be found in more places than you’d think! They live in Siberia’s dense forests and roam Malaysia’s jungles. But things are not going well for these elegant cats of prey. Although the tiger has no natural enemies, it is threatened with extinction. 

<p>Tiger habitats are pretty diverse and can be found in more places than you’d think! They live in Siberia’s dense forests and roam Malaysia’s jungles. But things are not going well for these elegant <a class="wpil_keyword_link" title="cats" href="https://www.animalsaroundtheglobe.com/cats/">cats</a> of prey. Although the tiger has no natural enemies, it is threatened with extinction. </p> <p>Because humans hunt it and destroy its habitat, which once stretched from the Caspian Sea to the Pacific Ocean.</p> <p><strong>Do you like Big Cats? </strong>Have a look at the best places to see <a href="https://www.animalsaroundtheglobe.com/cats/best-places-to-see-iberian-lynx/"><strong>Lynx</strong></a>.</p>

Photo by and (C)2007 Derek Ramsey.

<p><strong>The <a href="https://www.iucnredlist.org/" rel="noreferrer noopener">IUCN</a> red list puts the Tiger status to <a class="wpil_keyword_link " title="endangered" href="https://www.animalsaroundtheglobe.com/the-10-most-endangered-animals/">endangered</a>: </strong></p> <p>Poachers are also a great danger. They hunt the tigers because they can sell the big cats’ body parts well. Because claws, teeth, brain, and other parts are processed into medicine in traditional Chinese medicine and are in great demand. Hunting tigers as trophies have cost many animals their lives, especially in the last century.</p> <p>The World Wide Fund For Nature (<a href="https://www.worldwildlife.org/" rel="noreferrer noopener">WWF</a>) assumes that less than ten percent of the original habitat is left. The reasons are manifold. For example, mineral resources such as coal or oil are extracted in some regions. Deforestation of the <a class="wpil_keyword_link" title="rainforest" href="https://www.animalsaroundtheglobe.com/animals-in-the-rainforest/">rainforest</a> is also a significant problem, as is the development of inaccessible areas by roads.</p> <p>The South Chinese tiger is considered <a href="https://www.animalsaroundtheglobe.com/23-most-endangered-animals-in-asia/" rel="noreferrer noopener">extinct</a> in the accessible wilderness. According to the WWF species lexicon, experts assume that there are only a few isolated individuals, if at all. Therefore, the last hope of preserving the species lies in the few animals in Chinese zoos. The remaining five species now live in only 13 countries in Asia. Most of them are native to India, where it is estimated that there are about 1700 tigers.</p> <p>A little more than a hundred years ago, there were still about 100,000 tigers living in large parts of <a class="wpil_keyword_link" href="https://www.animalsaroundtheglobe.com/asia-animals/" title="Asia">Asia</a>. There are still about 3900 animals; the Bali, Caspian, and Java tigers are extinct. Amazing animals for a Tiger Safari or Tour.</p>

Tiger Endangerment

The IUCN red list puts the Tiger status to endangered : 

Poachers are also a great danger. They hunt the tigers because they can sell the big cats’ body parts well. Because claws, teeth, brain, and other parts are processed into medicine in traditional Chinese medicine and are in great demand. Hunting tigers as trophies have cost many animals their lives, especially in the last century.

The World Wide Fund For Nature ( WWF ) assumes that less than ten percent of the original habitat is left. The reasons are manifold. For example, mineral resources such as coal or oil are extracted in some regions. Deforestation of the rainforest is also a significant problem, as is the development of inaccessible areas by roads.

The South Chinese tiger is considered extinct in the accessible wilderness. According to the WWF species lexicon, experts assume that there are only a few isolated individuals, if at all. Therefore, the last hope of preserving the species lies in the few animals in Chinese zoos. The remaining five species now live in only 13 countries in Asia. Most of them are native to India, where it is estimated that there are about 1700 tigers.

A little more than a hundred years ago, there were still about 100,000 tigers living in large parts of Asia . There are still about 3900 animals; the Bali, Caspian, and Java tigers are extinct. Amazing animals for a Tiger Safari or Tour.

<p>A little more than a hundred years ago, there were still about 100,000 tigers living in large parts of <a class="wpil_keyword_link" href="https://www.animalsaroundtheglobe.com/asia-animals/" title="Asia">Asia</a>. There are still about 3900 animals; the Bali, Caspian, and Java tigers are extinct. Amazing animals for a Tiger Safari or Tour.</p> <p>The South Chinese tiger is considered <a href="https://www.animalsaroundtheglobe.com/23-most-endangered-animals-in-asia/" rel="noreferrer noopener">extinct</a> in the accessible wilderness. According to the WWF species lexicon, experts assume that there are only a few isolated individuals, if at all. Therefore, the last hope of preserving the species lies in the few animals in Chinese zoos. The remaining five species now live in only 13 countries in Asia. Most of them are native to India, where it is estimated that there are about 1700 tigers.</p> <p>The World Wide Fund For Nature (<a href="https://www.worldwildlife.org/" rel="noreferrer noopener">WWF</a>) assumes that less than ten percent of the original habitat is left. The reasons are manifold. For example, mineral resources such as coal or oil are extracted in some regions. Deforestation of the <a class="wpil_keyword_link" title="rainforest" href="https://www.animalsaroundtheglobe.com/animals-in-the-rainforest/">rainforest</a> is also a significant problem, as is the development of inaccessible areas by roads.</p> <p>Poachers are also a great danger. They hunt the tigers because they can sell the big cats’ body parts well. Because claws, teeth, brain, and other parts are processed into medicine in traditional Chinese medicine and are in great demand. Hunting tigers as trophies have cost many animals their lives, especially in the last century.</p> <p><strong>The <a href="https://www.iucnredlist.org/" rel="noreferrer noopener">IUCN</a> red list puts the Tiger status to <a class="wpil_keyword_link " title="endangered" href="https://www.animalsaroundtheglobe.com/the-10-most-endangered-animals/">endangered</a>: </strong></p>

How Dangerous are Tigers?

That is why wild animals respect them. But if a trainer, for example, stumbles and loses his position of power, it can become dangerous even for him. Also, to strange tigers, he would not dare to enter the cage. By the way, in the wilderness, animals only rarely attack humans. If, for example, a shark hurts a surfer, it is only because he mistakes him for a seal. You can see this because, unlike its usual prey, it does not eat it. 

Nevertheless, some people can go into a tiger or lion cage without being attacked, for example, tamers in the circus. They know their animals well and are something like the leader. 

For Tiger, a human being is a big animal. And when an animal is in its enclosure, the tiger wants to hunt it because he has an innate hunting instinct. 

Approximately 100 people die every year due to attacks by tigers. Probably, humans are often to blame for this themselves because they provoke the animals.

<p>The consequences for the animals are fatal: Massive damage to their health, severe behavioral disorders, and increased mortality.  This Tiger Safari or Tour guide should highlight only sustainable places to go.</p> <ul>   <li>Perform feats for which they are often trained by force,</li>   <li>Have to change venues 50 times a year on average,</li>   <li>Spend most of their time in small cages, inadequate enclosures, or in the transport wagon,</li>   <li>That essential species-specific behavior such as social contacts or movement are considerably restricted or made completely impossible,</li>   <li>that they have little variety or occupation,</li>   <li>that they are often not fed and cared for appropriately,</li>   <li>That veterinary control or care is often inadequate because there are only a few specialized veterinarians for wild animals nationwide or the circus cannot or will not afford the treatment financially,</li>   <li>that in many cases the circus operators lack the necessary expertise,</li>   <li>that there is no fixed winter quarters during the play-free period. Only about every tenth company can call a winter accommodation its own.</li>  </ul> <p>Nevertheless, animals of wild species can still be seen in many circus operations that travel around the world: Tigers, lions, elephants, rhinoceroses, giraffes, sea lions or monkeys – the range of animal species carried along is extensive. Wild animals suffer in the circus. <br><strong>They suffer massively, because:</strong></p> <p>Wild animals make exceptionally high demands on their keeping and accommodation. In a circus enterprise, responsible keeping wild animals is generally impossible.</p>

Tigers in Zoos and National Parks

The consequences for the animals are fatal: Massive damage to their health, severe behavioral disorders, and increased mortality.  This Tiger Safari or Tour guide should highlight only sustainable places to go.

  • Perform feats for which they are often trained by force,
  • Have to change venues 50 times a year on average,
  • Spend most of their time in small cages, inadequate enclosures, or in the transport wagon,
  • That essential species-specific behavior such as social contacts or movement are considerably restricted or made completely impossible,
  • that they have little variety or occupation,
  • that they are often not fed and cared for appropriately,
  • That veterinary control or care is often inadequate because there are only a few specialized veterinarians for wild animals nationwide or the circus cannot or will not afford the treatment financially,
  • that in many cases the circus operators lack the necessary expertise,
  • that there is no fixed winter quarters during the play-free period. Only about every tenth company can call a winter accommodation its own.

Nevertheless, animals of wild species can still be seen in many circus operations that travel around the world: Tigers, lions, elephants, rhinoceroses, giraffes, sea lions or monkeys – the range of animal species carried along is extensive. Wild animals suffer in the circus. They suffer massively, because:

Wild animals make exceptionally high demands on their keeping and accommodation. In a circus enterprise, responsible keeping wild animals is generally impossible.

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Corbett Budget Tiger Safari

Tour details.

If one wants to fully experience Jim Corbett National Park, he or she will need plenty of time and money to spend on a lavish stay. However, some park visitors may not always want to spend a lot of money on lodging and safaris. So here is something else that has the ability to pique your interest in exploring the flora and fauna of Jim Corbett Budget Tiger Reserve. And the news is that we have specially designed a Jim Corbett Budget Tour that will suit your pockets. 

Now, have an abundance of adventure at Jim Corbett Tiger Reserve at a price that will give you a lot of fun without compromising your safety and hygiene. With the Jim Corbett Budget Tour , you can enjoy a wildlife excursion while staying in Jim Corbett resorts that are spacious, clean, hygienic, and COVID safe.

Jim Corbett Budget 4 Days 3 Nights Tour Itinerary

Arrival in patnagar/ramnagar, jim corbett transfer & evening safari..

You will be driven to the resort once you arrive at Patnagar airport/ Ramnagar railway station around 9.30 a.m. Breakfast will be consumed on the way. After checking in, Freshen up, eat lunch, and prepare for the evening tiger safari. Hot beverages and snacks will be served after the tour. We’ll also have a safari discussion about the pictures you took. There will be ideas for the next tiger safari as well. Then, before gathering for dinner, you can rest, go for a walk near the resort, or simply enjoy its amenities. After dinner, we’ll have a quick chat before calling it a night.

Morning & Evening Safari, Overnight stay in Jim Corbett Tiger Reserve

A cheerful alarm clock will signal the start of the day. A cup of tea or coffee with cookies in the morning will get you going. Our knowledgeable driver/guide will transport you to an area where tigers are likely to be spotted. Tracking tigers’ pug marks will be thrilling. Breakfast will be served immediately following the morning safari. Take a break, eat lunch, and then get ready for the evening safari. Following the evening safari, the same schedule as on Day 1 will be followed.

Jim Corbett Tiger Tour

Morning & Evening Safari, Overnight stay in Jim Corbett National Park

The activities on day three will be the same as they were on day two. However, the zones that you will be touring on this day will change.

Morning Safari, Checkout After Breakfast

Following the wake-up call, you will proceed on a morning wildlife safari. Breakfast will be served upon your return from the safari, and you will clock out later. The driver will arrive around 3:00 p.m. and will drop you off at the airport/railway station. You must book a 5:00 p.m. flight or train. The journey ends with unforgettable wildlife memories. In the meantime, best wishes!

Tour Highlights

  • Due to the large population of big cats, there are better chances of witnessing a tiger in its natural habitat.
  • Discover a wide range of animals, including Tiger, Leopard, Indian Elephant, Sambar, Hog Deer, Wild Boar, Gharials, as well as big cats.
  • Expert naturalists will take you to see tigers using their great knowledge of their lives.
  • Wildlife photographers will find the natural beauty and diverse species to be a great backdrop for capturing them on film.

Cost & Offer

Group offer.

Book for a group of 4 or more and get a discount of INR 1000/- per person

Earlybird Offer

Book between 60 to 120 days in advance and get a discount of INR 500/- per person

INR 23,500 /- per person

Booking amount: 50% of the tour cost.

Balance can be paid up to 15 days before departure.

Note: Above cost is when you are looking for a group of a minimum of 4 pax.

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  • Accommodation in a beautiful jungle resort on a twin-sharing basis in an AC Room, Cottage, or Tent based on the program.
  • Lunch, Hi-Tea, Dinner on Day 1
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Hi-Tea, Dinner on Day 2 & 3
  • Breakfast before checkout on Day 4
  • All Safari Permits, Park Entry, Gypsy & Guide Charges,
  • 06 exclusive open jeep safari in Corbett.
  • All land transfers in AC vehicle.
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