Jhirna Zone is situated at 30 km. from Ramnagar. You have to obtain the permit issued by the Corbett Tiger Reserve before you proceed to Jhirna. This area is full of natural beauty and specially known for its wild beer which suddenly appears from nowhere near your vehicle. 30 vehicles are allowed to get into this area in the morning and same number is allowed in the evening.
For morning trips, day visit permit is released in advance which comes into effect for six days before the actual day of the trip. For evening trips, first come first serve system is followed. This is the only tourist zone in Corbett National Park which is open for all 12 months. It’s compulsory to take a guide along. Jhirna has a forest lodge which has two rooms. You can stay the night here and go for an elephant safari in the morning.
The speedy as well as a relaxed mode to discover an area. If tourists are scheduling a courageous holidays in Himalayan district, the Corbett National Park is the best objective and the jeep safari is the top choice. The tricky species of natural world can be searched effortlessly. A certified & specialized Environmentalist will also convoy with tourist. Relax the superb loveliness of the Corbett National Park and find out the prosperity of flora and fauna through jeep safari.
Zones: Dhikala, Birani, Jhirna, Durgadevi & Corbett landscape
Note: Maximum 6 Persons are allowed in ONE Jeep
Jhirna forest rest house is with an interior of the southern limit of the Park. The rest house is on the road of Ramnagar to Kalagarh that turns in a East-West direction through the Park. The landscape is drier than in Dhikala and of the vegetation is mainly undergrowth. Jhirna was an agricultural village until 1994, date on which it was moved within the framework of the Tiger project. The hills in the north of Jhirna are covered with dense spots of bamboo. In more d' to be a good habitat for the tiger, the leopard and the stag, the place accommodates the other mammals like interesting sloth bear and the wild boar. A variety of birds can also be appreciated here.
Vill-Dhikuli, P.O-Dhikuli, Ramnagar
(JIm Corbett National Park)