Hotels in Corbett Park

The famous tiger reserve covers more than 520 sq km in the Himalayan foothills. Wildlife lovers come here to enjoy adventure of wildlife. Jim Corbett National Park is divided into five major zones. Each zone has its separate entry gates and separate forest rest houses.  Following are major zones in Corbett National Park:

Tourism Zone Entry Gate Best Timing
Dhikala Dhangari 15th Nov to 15th June
Domunda Durgadevi 15th Oct to 30th June
Sonanadi Vatanvasa 15th Oct to 30th June
Bijrani Amadanda 15th Oct to 30th June
Jhirna Khara,Kalagarh Round the Year

Major Forest Rest Houses are:

  1. Dhikala
  2. Sarapduli
  3. sultan
  4. Gairal
  5. Khinnanauli
  6. Bijrani
  7. Jhirna

Dhikala is the long-familiar destinations in Corbett. It is placed at the edge of the Patli Dun valley. River Ramganga flows in numerous channels from there.

Dhikala CanteenDhikala Forest Rest house

Old Gairal Forest Rest HouseOld Gairal Forest Rest House

Sarapduli Forest Rest HouseSarapduli Forest Rest House

Room Inside Dhikala Foresr Rest House

Room Inside Dhikala Foresr Rest House

Tourist may stay outside the park with full luxury, in private hotels or resorts. Most of them are riverside in Dhikuli village. Swimming pool, library, jim  and spa are available in these luxury resorts.  A wildlife lover can enjoy wildlife movies, bonfire, some adventures activities etc.

Infinity Resort
Infinity Resort
Tarangee Resort
Tarangee Resort
Corbett Hideway
Corbett Hideway
Countryinn Resort
Country inn Resort
Wood Castle Resort
Wood Castle Resort

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  1. Excellent Descriptive blog on Corbett with some nice pics.. We are 08 Persons want to visit Corbett National park.. Specially Dhikala..kindly forward me the detail for details for the booking in Dhikala Forest House our tantative Dates will be in March. My E-mail ID

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