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Trip Overview

Start –  New Delhi

Finish – New Delhi 

Destination – Jim Corbett National Park

Theme – Wildlife 

Duration – 3 Nights 4 days

Category – #wildlife #adventure #roadtrip #junglesafari 

Style – #luxury #comfort #diy #fixeddeparture

Trip Summary

“The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness.”

John Muir

  • Established in 1936, this is India’s first national park. It is named after the legendary naturalist and conservationist Jim Corbett.  
  • Located at the Himalayas’ foothills, near the popular hill-station of Nainital, the beautiful Jim Corbett National Park, is famous for being home to a large number of tigers, the highest among any Indian national park. 
  • Spread over 1318.54 sq km, of which 520 sq km is the main area, and the remaining is buffer; the park is spread over the picturesque landscapes of Pauri Garhwal, Almora, and Nainital. 
  • The jeep safari into the dense forest to see the wild animals in their natural habitat is a must-have experience. And if you are lucky, then you may get a chance to even spot a tiger. While on the jeep safari, enjoy the lush green forest’s views cut across by streams and rivers and a few waterfalls. 
  • There are accommodations available inside the park as well as outside the park for night-stay, which offer you once-in-a-lifetime experience.
  • The Trip is suitable for all, whether a friends or family group, a corporate outing or whether students school outdoor programmes.

Why you will love this trip?

  • One of the best luxury trips in terms of accommodation and traveling. 
  • Transportation, accommodation and meals and lots of activities included
  • Experienced local guides taking you into the most exotic parts of the jungle.
  • A lots of wildlife zone to experience various safari zones.

Is this trip right for you?

  • This trip is mostly suitable for wildlife enthusiasts and adventure junkies.
  • The trip involves jeep safari in the jungle. It is recommended that people having infants should avoid talking this tour
  • Day time temperatures are generally high, wear the clothes suited to weather and jungle backdrop.
  • Try to pack accordingly and try to make your luggage as light as you can.
  • Keep the clothes considering the weather.
  • Before taking any adventure activity, please mention if you are pregnant, have heart related disease.


Arrive in New Delhi, Our driver will meet and greet and start your journey to Jim Corbett national park. Rest of the day at leisure. You can visit Girjia devi temple, water fall or museum.

In the evening, enjoy the cool weather with a bonfire and some mouth watering snacks served to you at the resort. Later after dinner, night stay in the resort.

This day will start as early as 5 am. Today we will take you to the most adventurous and time taking Safari to Dhikala. It is the most interior part of the safari. It generally takes 4 hours to reach Dhikala.

During the safari, you will encounter the varied flora and fauna of the jungle, narrow trails, rivers flowing by the trails, herds of deer, herds of elephants and if you are lucky enough, you may also encounter the king of the jungle, the Tiger.

Upon reaching, take a small break and have breakfast in the canteen. Those who have booked the Dhikala guest house will check into the guest house and enjoy the night stay and one more jeep safari into deeper jungles of Dhikala. In the evening, they can enjoy a bonfire and share stories among friends and family.

Those who have not booked the jungle lodge, will be transferred back to the resort where they are staying.

Upon reaching the resort, they can enjoy the bonfire and dinner before going to sleep.

  • After breakfast, we will start our journey to Nainital or Bhimtal.
  • At any of the place, enjoy boat ride in the lake, explore local markets and cafes.
  • Buy some souvenirs and return to the resort in the Park.
  • Enjoy the laid back evening in pool or spa of the resort.
  • Later , after dinner, stay in the resort.

After having breakfast, check out from the hotel and start your journey back to New Delhi carrying innumerable memories of this  adventure filled wildlife tour..



Breakfast - 3 Breakfast at the resort or forest guest house.
Dinner - 1 Dinners if you are staying one night in forest guest house

Transport - New Delhi - Jim Corbett - New Delhi

Sedan cab - 2 to 3 people
Suv cab - 4-5 people
Tempo traveler - 8 people
Mini - max bus - more than 8 people


3 nights in resort.


Jungle safari as per chosen while booking the trip


Add on activities (Chargeable)

1. Any extra safari.
2. Adventure activities - zip line, rock rappelling, etc.
3. Bike/scooter/ mountain bicycle on rent.


  1. Meals not mentioned in inclusions.
  2. Transport that is not mentioned in inclusions.
  3. Any extra safari other than booked.
  4. Any entry fees to wildlife region
  5. Any expense of personal nature packaged drinking water/ phone calls/ laundry/camera,etc
  6. Any kind of travel insurance.
  7. Costs arising due to force majeure
  8. Anything which is not mentioned in the inclusions.

Essential Trip Information

Things to do in this trip? What weather you can expect during the trip? What are the best months to visit? What to pack and what not to?

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Things to do during this trip – 

  1. Jungle safari
  2. Visit to Girjiya devi temple
  3. Visit to waterfall
  4. Visit to Jim Corbett museum
  5. Enjoying  pool/ spa at your booked exotic accommodation
  6. Immersing yourself into local cuisines
  7. Adventure activities.

Best time to go –

  • September to March offers good weather and a smaller crowd. (If you are visiting Rishikesh for spending time with your spiritual self then this is the best time as it offers good weather and lesser crowd)
  • April, May and June – Time for the adventurous souls! The weekends are insanely fun and chaotic due to the rafting and camping crowd. Weekends are chaotic due to rafting and camping crowds.
  • July and August – Good time to explore Jim Corbett in monsoons. Where are the wanderers and explorers? It is the time for you to explore some offbeat places as it is a good time to explore Jim Corbett in monsoons and even has a lesser crowd. Few safari are open in monsoons, although no adventure activity is open between July and September.

Weather –

  • September, October – mornings and evenings are pleasant, day temperature can be as high as 32 degree Centigrade.
  • November to March – mornings and evenings are cooler with December and January the coldest months. Day time temperatures are pleasant.
  • April – June – Mornings and evenings are pleasant. Day temperature is quite high. Places near rivers and waterfalls are recommended to pass the day time.
  • July and August – Time to grab a book, sip some coffee and enjoy the pleasant and cool weather with little humidity and lots of rainfall and clouds.

How to reach Jim Corbett National Park –

  • By road – Delhi to Jim Corbett National Park is around 250 km. Self drive vehicles, cabs, overnight volvo take 6-7 hours to reach the Dhikuli region. The road is a national highway and is maintained by NHAI. Some stretches of this section are busy due to local towns and traffic.
  • By train – The nearest railway station is Ramnagar and has several day and overnight trains from Delhi. Ramnagar to Jim Corbett national park  is only 20 km in distance, which can be done in local transport buses, private cabs, or autos.

Other places nearby which can be done in one day  –

  • Girjia devi temple – Temple can be reached by a trek of 2 km. Sunrises and Sunsets are not to be missed at the temple.
  • Nainital – Nainital, known for its mango shape is just a 2 hours journey from the park. You can have a day visit to Nainital.
  • Bhimtal – Bhimtal, a lesser cousin of Nainital is also a 2 hours journey from the park.


What you need to bring will vary according to the trip style you have chosen, the places you are visiting and when you are traveling. Generally speaking, we recommend you pack as lightly as possible and make sure that you are able to carry and lift your own luggage, and walk with it for short distances or up or down a flight of stairs. Our travelers usually find the smaller their luggage is, the more they enjoy the trip without having to worry about carrying heavy bags! Aim to keep your main luggage under 15kg.

You’ll also need a day pack/bag to carry water, camera, swimming suit, hiking shoes and jacket etc. when you’re exploring during the day.

Below we have listed the essentials for this trip:


Due to the diversity and breadth of our trips, our ultimate packing list should be used as a guide only and is not intended to be a complete packing list to suit every trip.

What you bring will vary according to the trip style you’ve chosen, the places you’re visiting and the time of year and the weather when you’re traveling. Please check the Essential Trip Information of your chosen trip, which will detail any specific requirements for your trip and is tailored to suit your needs. It will also cover the type and size of luggage that can be taken, as for some trips there may be certain weight (ie. for trips with included flights) or size (ie. for trips using safari vehicles) restrictions for your luggage. Some packing guides for some of our most popular destinations are also listed at the bottom of this page.

If you have any questions about what to pack, please get in touch with our customer service team.

Travel documents

  • Passport/ country specific id card
  • Visas if required
  • Travel insurance policy if taken
  • 24 hr emergency travel insurance contact and policy number
  • Flight/ train/bus  e-tickets 
  • Your travel itinerary
  • Photocopies of important documents
  • A print out of your trip’s Essential Trip Information
  • Spare passport photos
  • Youth/student/seniors cards for travel discounts
  • International driving licence if needed
  • Diving licence if needed
  • Cash/credit cards
  • 2500 INR contingency fund in cash
  • Money belt or pouch


On the vast majority of our trips you are expected to carry your own luggage. Most travellers use a small, wheeled suitcase although the type of luggage most suitable will vary depending on your trip and destination. Please refer to the packing section of your Essential Trip Information for any specific luggage requirements. You will also need a daypack/bag to use during the day.

  • Main luggage
  • Daypack
  • Padlocks & keys

Personal items

  • First aid kit
  • Personal medication/prescriptions
  • Glasses & sunglasses
  • Contact lenses and solution
  • Sunscreen
  • Lip balm
  • Insect repellent
  • Antihistamine/insect bite cream
  • Antibacterial gel/wipes
  • Motion sickness tablets
  • Travel vaccination certificates
  • Aspirin and/or paracetamol
  • Rehydration powder
  • Anti-diarrhoea pills
  • Toiletries
  • sanitary pads
  • Travel hair dryer
  • Shaving equipment
  • Small travel towel
  • Small sewing kit and safety pins
  • Consult your doctor for detailed advice on any medications

Travel accessories

  • Electrical adapter 
  • Camera and equipment
  • Spare batteries/charger
  • Phone
  • Portable games/playing cards
  • Something to read
  • Water bottle
  • Pen/paper/diary
  • Travel pillow
  • Cloth/reusable shopping bags
  • Torch/flashlight
  • Water purification method
  • Photos or postcards of your home country/family/pets to share with locals
  • Binoculars
  • DVT socks


Please check your Essential Trip Information for details on appropriate clothing for your itinerary and destination. On some trips access to laundries may be limited so you may need to plan to hand wash your own clothes while on trip. For longer trips we recommend you choose clothing that is easy to wash and fast drying.

  • Sun hat
  • Windproof jacket
  • Long-/short-sleeved shirts
  • Jeans/trousers/shorts/skirts
  • Socks/underwear
  • Flip-flops
  • Sleepwear

Cold weather

  • Thermal underwear or base layers
  • Warm hat
  • Gloves
  • Hand warmers  
  • Waterproof boots
  • Warm socks
  • Scarf


  • Swimwear
  • Beach towel
  • Reef shoes
  • Reef-safe sunscreen

Wet weather

  • Raincoat/waterproof jacket
  • Umbrella
  • Waterproof bags for rain protection
  • Waterproof trousers

Walking or hiking

  • Walking/trekking shoes
  • Trekking/leech socks
  • Hiking poles/walking sticks


  • Inner sleep sheet
  • Travel pillow
  • Camping mattress
  • Sleeping bag
  • Head torch/lamp