Jim Corbett national park is well connected by road and train services from the major cities. One can reach here by train from New-Delhi and at the same time there are regular bus services from Jaipur, Agra, Dehradun, Rishikesh, Haridwar apart from - Delhi, Lucknow, and other major cities.
Dhikala ecotourism zone has the most picturesque landscape and is a perfect example of unscathed natural beauty in Jim Corbett National Park. Immensely rich with wildlife variety, the Dhikala is the most sought after tourism zone to stay in India. Dhikala zone is the largest among Seven zones of Corbett tiger reserve with one of the most beautiful landscapes which consist of dense Sal forest, large grassland, narrow valley, and various channels of Ramganga river. Ramganga River is considered a lifeline of the Corbett forest which enriches the rustic beauty of the wild and nourishes the flora and fauna inside Jim Corbett National Park.
The prime attraction among the vividly rich wildlife in the Dhikala zone is Royal Bengal Tiger, Wild Bear, and Asiatic elephants. Dhikala zone is fairly populated with these big animals and thus most often tourists have been bestowed with the graceful sighting of Tiger, Tigress with Cubs and herds of Asiatic elephants. Dhikala zone named after large Dhikal grassland which is the largest grassland in the entire Corbett Reserve landscape. Apart from tigers and elephants, the Dhikala is home to a large number of varied wild fauna which consists of leopards, spotted deer, sambhar deer, hog deer, langurs, wild boars, crocodiles, and many other animals and reptiles.
Our packages start & end at Ramnagar (Corbett Tourism Office). In case if the guest is looking for pickup from any particular resort or place we can customize the package as per their requirement.
By road – Dhikala, Corbett National park is around 300 km from Delhi. It takes approx 6 hrs to reach Dhikala from Delhi.
Route from Delhi is – Delhi - Hapur – Garhmukeshwar - Moradabad - Thakurdwara - Ramnagar – Dhikala, Jim Corbett National Park
By Train – Ramnagar is the nearest railhead to reach Dhikala. Dhikala entry gate is around 20 km from the Ramnagar railway station. Ramnagar station code is RMR.
By Air – Pantnagar is the nearest domestic airport to reach Dhikala, Corbett National park. It is only 50 km away from Corbett Park. Delhi is the nearest International Airport at a distance of 300 km.
Delhi - Hapur - Gadh Mukteshwar - Gajrola - Moradabad - Kashipur - Ramnagar (240 Kms)
Note : Turn right for Moradabad Bypass(Landmark : Hotel Best Western). No need to enter in Moradabad city.
Gurgaon - Delhi - Hapur - Gadh Mukteshwar - Gajrola - Moradabad - Kashipur - Ramnagar (267 Kms)
Meerut - Dhanaura - Amroha - Moradabad - Kashipur - Ramnagar (246 Kms)
Bareilly - Kichchha - Haldwani - Ramnagar (160Kms)
Haridwar - Najeebabad - Nageena - Kashipur - Ramnagar (220Kms)
Lucknow - Sitapur - Shahjahanpur - Bisalpur - Pilibhit - Baheri - Rudrapur - Haldwani - Ramnagar (405Kms)
Kanpur - Unnao - Safipur - Bangarmau - Ganj Moradabad - Sandi - Shahabad - Shahjahanpur - Bisalpur - Pilibhit - Baheri - Rudrapur - Haldwani - Ramnagar (450+Kms)
Amritsar - Jalandhar - Ludhiyana - Ambala - Saharanpur - Haridwar - Najeebabad - Nageena - Kashipur - Ramnagar (450Kms)
Ludhiyana - Ambala - Saharanpur - Haridwar - Najeebabad - Nageena - Kashipur - Ramnagar (510Kms)
Chandigadh - Ambala - Saharanpur - Haridwar - Najeebabad - Nageena - Kashipur - Ramnagar (450Kms)
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