₹3500/Elephant for indian
₹4800/Elephant for Foreigner
4 Adult 2 Child
Timings: 06:00 am to 08:00 am & 04:00 pm to 06:00 pm
Elephant Charges, Entry Fee.
Once called the "Valley of the Sleeping Tiger,” the Jim Corbett National Park is home to endangered species and is also an important UNESCO World Heritage Site. The catch? To experience the reserve in its full glory, you’ll need to stick to a few ground rules. Although the reserve offers various safaris and tours, the best way to go is Corbett National Park Elephant Safari Booking. You might have to book ahead of time, but you can almost be sure that you’ll see one of these majestic animals while you’re out on the road. In addition to tigers, you can also find birds and reptiles as well as deer and other mammals, including leopards. If you’re pressed for time, there are options inside the park (a 3- or 4-day jeep safari) and outside the park (a 2-day elephant safari), which offer the chance to take in some of the area’s natural beauty and wildlife. If you have the opportunity, we recommend doing a Corbett Elephant Safari Booking & taking advantage of your stay at one of the forest rest houses. We recommend you book early if you want to take advantage of this one-of-a-kind experience; seats fill up quickly.
Regardless of how you decide to travel through the park, be sure that everyone in your group knows and respects these rules so that your visit has as little impact on this sensitive environment as possible.
If you want to experience the true serene beauty of Jim Corbett Park, then Jim Corbett National Park Elephant Safari Booking is the perfect way to do so. If you wish to truly understand the beauty of the Bengal tiger and its home, then a jeep safari is the best way to experience it. If you have time for only one option, I highly recommend taking an elephant ride. If you have time only for one experience in your life, take an elephant ride. Cut from our trip itinerary and allocate more time to this experience. It is priceless, unforgettable, and a life-changer. The experience will leave you not only thinking about elephants for years to come but also questioning much of what we humans do and how we interact with the planet we live on. After riding on an elephant in Jim Corbett National Park, you will never be able to look at elephants in the same way again. Elephant rides reveal how intelligent and sensitive they are. You can almost hear them think as they move their body to navigate in the bushes.