Hotels & Resorts / 10 Nov 2022

The Best Zone to Visit at Jim Corbett

The Best Zone to Visit at Jim Corbett

Established in 1936, Jim Corbett National Park is India's first national park. It is named after the mythical naturalist and conservationist Jim Corbett. Located on the Himalayas' foothills, close to the famous hill station of Nainital, the stunning Jim Corbett National Park, is well-known for being domestic to a massive quantity of tigers, the very best amongst any Indian countrywide park! Spread over 1318.54 sq km, of which 520 sq km is the principal area, and the ultimate is buffer; the park unfolds over the picturesque landscapes of Pauri Garhwal, Almora, and Nainital. The jeep safari in Jim Corbett takes you through the dense woodland in search of wild animals in their herbal habitat, making it a must-have experience. While at the jeep safari, experience the luxurious and pristine streams, rivers and waterfalls that stay hidden in the woodland. For retreats amid the wildlife, there are several resorts in Jim Corbett National Park that reside near the famous safari zone. One such is First Halt Resort, which is close to the Dhela and the Jhirna safari zones. This resort is spread across 12 acres of land, supported by luxurious facilities and services. The attractive highlights of this property are its location, in-house services, an ayurvedic spa and its therapists, indoor & outdoor gaming facility and many more.  The resort is close to several other zones and museums whose details are mentioned below.

Zone Bijrani Jhirna Dhikala Durgadevi Dhela Garjiya Sonanadi Pakhro
Entry Gate Amdanda Dhela Dhangari Durgadevi Dhela Gajriya Vatanvasa Pakhro

About Jhirna

At the Southern corner of Jim Corbett National Park, the Jhirna zone is the best location for wildlife sightseeing. Blessed with amazing wildlife beauty, the Jhirna zone is open all around the year for visitors. After the relocation of the Jhirna villagers under the initiative of Project Tiger, the forest became denser and Jhirna Safari grew more famous for animal spotting and wildlife photography.