Jim Corbett National Park has been distributed into several safari zones due to it's dense wildlife area coverage. For public convenience, it has been separated in zones and that's most comfortable for tourists to check out for a specific one...
Safari Zones in Corbett National Park:
Jhirna, Bijrani, Dhikala & Phata...
Jhirna: Located 16 kilometres away from Ramnagar, Jhirna is the most watchable zone in Corbett, surrounded with mesmerising lush green jungle. It is being said that this zone is also endowed with tigers, and tailor made for elephant safari, jeep safari and other kind of trekking.
In order to access the Jhirna zone, you need to take up with the permission from the Park authorities, which needs your ID proof and Address. This zone will be greeted with the unique music & very natural one (bird Chirping and Roar of Tigers). Jhirna Safari Zone is the only zone in Corbett that is open for all 12 months. Last but not the least, take a guide with you as it's mandatory.
Bijrani: Bijrani sustains lots of herbivores, and has a wide range of Jungle roads that makes an excellent tiger sighting territory. This zone provides an excellent opportunity of Tiger Sighting, and it has the dense vegetation of pure Sal forests and tropical moist and deciduous mixed forests in the valley and plains. Water availability is throughout the year that makes it an exceptional habitat for a strong prey and its predator.
Dhikala: Largest and the most varied zone of Corbett National Park is Dhikala, that provides you the best stay opportunities. This zone cotntains the diverse range of habitats, which includes Ghoral, a goat antelope, while the Gharial and Maggars, the great Mahaseer, inhibits the rivers below. Dhikala offers the stay at Forest Rest House in the park if booked in advance. Ramnagar river has been stretched through its middle, emptying into a wide, multiple-necked reservoir.