Jim Corbet Jungle Safari

About Jungle Safari :
Safari is an adventure that takes any adventurer who likes to explore the
unexplored trails and unspoilt natural horizons of desert or country side or
forests. One such safari is Jungle safari. It can also be defined as a forest trail,
except that instead of walking, hiking or trekking, you have also got the options
of exploring the forest regions via a jeep or a elephant or even on a horse. 

Jungle safari not just involves exploring the jungles of a particular region. The
options can involve national parks and wildlife sanctuaries as well as
protective reserves. And you can also opt for wild camping as well as nature walks
too. All in all saying hello to Mother Nature in the best possible ways. Staying in the jungle lodges provided by the various forests departments within the sanctuary areas is also the part of this safari deal and the best way you can enjoy your holiday to hang out in the Jungle area, relax and do nothing.

Do's & Don'ts Of Jungle Safari :
Exploring the jungle always brings out numerous surprises for both the nature lover and explorer. But in our excitement to explore the natural environs we sometimes forget that we have a duty to follow, to keep the environment clean. 

While visiting any of the national parks or wildlife sanctuaries of India you should remember that they are protected areas under the Forest Department of India, so do not indulge in such activities that can go against the nature conservation programme of the forest department. When on your jungle expedition just keep in mind that animals are not present natural habitats because its their home, so do not disturb them. If you want to take photographs be careful of not disturbing the animals, remember you are in their territory.

Regions Of Jungle Safari In India :
Pench has always remained a favorite with Tiger-lovers the world over. The spread
of this National Park is such that it becomes relatively easy to spot the majestic
tiger. Short Jungle Safari tours through this park makes one travel thorough in
this Park. 

Another option includes the wildlife sanctuaries and tiger reserve of India, where
you can either take up a jeep safari or an Elephant safari to check out the
Tigers. Among the major tiger reserves safari are the Sundarbans in West
Bengal, Manas Tiger Reserve in Assam, Sariska & Ranthmbore National Parks
in Rajasthan and Corbett
National Park in Uttaranchal.

Famous Jungle Safari Places :
  • Sundarbans, West Bengal
  • Kaziranga National Park, Assam
  • Manas Tiger Reserve, Assam
  • Kanha National Park, MP
  • Bandhavgarh National Park, MP
  • Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan
  • Sariska wildlife Sanctuary, Rajasthan
  • B.R. Hills Wildlife Adventure Resort, Karnataka
  • Namdhapha National Park
  • Keibul Lamjao National Park, Manipur
  • Dachigam National Park, J&K
  • Velvadhar National Park, Gujarat
  • Arunachal Forests
Morning Safari 3 ½ hours between 0630 and 1130 hrs
Afternoon Safari 3 ½ hours between 1430 and 1730 hrs

Tiger Show
Mahuts on Elephants enter the jungle early in the morning to track the tiger. If a tiger
is tracked and convenient for viewing, park authorities announce a Tiger
Show. Numeric coupons are issued on a first come first served basis and
elephants take the visitor to the place where the tiger is spotted. The
experience including the elephant ride normally lasts for 20 minutes. 

The Tiger Show is subject to the Tiger being tracked, and may not happen every

Exclusive Morning Elephant Safari
Board the Elephant from the Elephant Camp at Alikatta within the National Park and enter non jeep-able areas of the jungle. The total experience is one of a kind, and is available for 3 hours - camp to camp. Regrettably the elephant can be reclaimed at any time by the Forest Department in the event of a Tiger Show, and no refund is admissible !
Boat Ride
Paddle boat rides are available on a lake in the Park during the course of the jeep safari. Boating is offered at discretion of the Forest Department.
Holistic Health Centre
Our Centre offers a range of treatments and massages drawn from the ancient tradition of Ayurveda.
Eco Park
We offer 38 acres of wilderness that borders the buffer zone of the park. This is open to guests 24 hours for observing wildlife at their convenience
Swimming Pool
In a shady grove near the Holistic Health Centre, where guests can relax.