Temperature of Jim Corbett National Park

“The places around Jim Corbett receive plenty of rainfall during the monsoon season and immediately after, winters start to set in by September and October. During these months, warm days are followed by cooler nights, and it is suggested to bring a jumper or a windbreaker. November is colder, and by December, January, and mid-February, the temperature can drop significantly, making it necessary to layer up and protect oneself from the extreme cold. Summers are as brutal as in Delhi and surrounding areas, especially in May and June, and it is advisable to bring light cotton shirts and trousers.

Jim Corbett National Park is a year-round destination, but the monsoon and winter seasons have a unique charm. During the monsoon season, the whole area comes alive with lush greenery and blooming flowers. The waterfalls and streams are at their peak, offering breathtaking views. And during winters, the landscape transforms into a winter wonderland with snow-capped peaks and misty valleys.

There is a famous proverb that goes, ‘In every winter’s heart, there is a quivering spring, and behind the veil of each night, there is a smiling dawn.’ This perfectly captures the essence of the beauty of nature during winter in Jim Corbett. Another one says, ‘Let us love winter, for it is the spring of genius.’ Indeed, winter brings out the best in nature, and Jim Corbett offers a front-row seat to witness this beauty.

Similarly, during the monsoon season, the beauty of nature is at its prime. As the famous proverb goes, ‘The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second-best time is now,’ the monsoon season in Jim Corbett presents an opportunity to witness the greenery and diverse wildlife at its best.

No matter what time of the year you visit Jim Corbett, the place has something unique to offer. However, the monsoon and winter seasons have a special charm, and visitors are encouraged to experience the beauty of nature during these seasons