When it comes to taking a short wild break from daily hustle and bustle of life, Jim Corbett National Park located on the foothills of the splendid Himalayas is the ideal destination for the nature buffs. Every year thousands of travelers gather at Corbett National Park from every part of the globe to explore and observe the untamed animals in their natural habitats. Starting from the endangered Bengal tigers, wild elephants, boar to hog deer, crocodiles and also numerous birds and rich aquatic life – this park has a lot of awe-inspiring treasures to flaunt.
The forest officials have, however, divided the entire park into five separate tourist zones for better management and travel experiences. Each zone has a different visiting period or season
– let us now discuss more the best time to visit Corbett:
You can visit Jhirna tourist zone at any time of the year. It is open for the tourists throughout the year.
Being the deepest and core buffering zone of Corbett National Park, Dhikala zone is accessible middle of November to middle of June. The roads get swampy and washed away during the monsoon season.
This particular zone is also not accessible throughout the year but from the middle of October to the end of June.
Like Jhirna, Dhela zone also remains open throughout the year. The tourists can visit anytime.
It is considered that Durga Devi zone is the most remote area inside Corbett Park. The visiting period of this zone is from the middle of October to the middle of June.
When winter knocks Corbett wilderness, the temperature directly falls down to nearly 5 degree Celsius.
Considered to be the beautiful spring season, the normal temperature at Corbett Park during daytime usually fluctuates near 40 degree Celsius from April to June.
Usually considered as the off-season during July to September, Corbett National Park gets drenched in continuous rain. Despite the fact that this is not the peak season, but during this time the forest comes to its original form and reflects its fresh emerald color through every leaves and branch around.