Non Core Zones
The Sitabani zone is a non-core zone located outside the park, and it is known for its lush green forests and hilly terrain. The zone is home to a variety of animals, including tigers, leopards, elephants, and more. Visitors can also spot a variety of birds such as the crested serpent eagle, black-headed cuckoo-shrike, black-naped monarch, and more.
The Phato zone is also a non-core zone located outside the park and is known for its serene surroundings. The zone is home to a variety of animals, including tigers, leopards, elephants, and more. Visitors can also spot a variety of birds such as the black-winged kite, Indian paradise flycatcher, grey-headed canary-flycatcher, and more.
Jim Corbett National Park is a treasure trove of flora and fauna, and the safari experience is one of the best ways to explore it. Each zone has its unique ecosystem, animals, trees, and birds. The park authorities have set rules for the number of vehicles allowed in each zone to ensure a safe and enjoyable safari experience. Visitors can choose from a canter or an open jeep depending on the zone they wish to visit. With its scenic beauty and diverse wildlife, Jim Corbett National Park is a must-visit destination for all nature and wildlife enthusiasts.