It is a source of pride because Jim Corbett National Park was the first Asian national park to implement Project Tiger, which was established in 1973 to safeguard the endangered Royal Bengal Tiger. Since then, the park has held the distinction of being the first national park to conserve these magnificent creatures. Originally known as Hailey National Park, it was renamed in 1957 to honor famed hunter and conservationist Edward James Corbett, better known as Jim Corbett.
Know More about Dhikala Canter Safari
Tourists interested in taking a canter ride should arrive at the Ramnagar reception. In a given shift, the safari ride lasts five hours. The morning shift begins at 6:00 a.m., while the evening shift begins at 2:00 p.m. It’s worth noting that day Jeep safaris are not permitted within the Dhikala Tourism Zone. Tourists can arrange a canter safari 30 days ahead of time for Indian nationals and 90 days ahead of time for overseas nationals.
We will need your personal information, such as the name, age, and sex of all travelers, as well as photo-identity verification and the confirming amount, in order to validate your online safari booking. Please remember to bring the required original photo-id in for verification purposes before entering the park.
Only two canters are allowed to enter the Dhikala Zone at a time, and each canter can seat 16 tourists. Expert naturalists and forest gunmen accompany the travelers.
The Canter Safari stretch in the Dhikala zone takes about 5 hours to complete. Depending on the weather, it may take longer. Because the safari is best visited during the day, most tourists opt for a day trip to this zone.
Every Canter Safari in the Dhikala zone is escorted by a gunner and a Corbett tiger reserve guide for safety reasons. A permit is required for touring Dhikala on a canter safari. The permission must be reserved ahead of time or on the same day.
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