Elephant Safari in Jim Corbett National Park

Corbett National Park is the natural habitat of several rare and endangered species of animals. Visitors can take a clear ad marvelous view of animals as they move and stroll around in their natural habitats. The elephant safari is right way to explore thick and mysterious forest, rugged trekking, vast grasslands, river, scenic valleys and much more.

The elephant safari in the Corbett National Park begins from the Ramganga valley and gradually crosses through the Mandal valley, casing through some of untouched tracts of forest before finally ending at the splendid forest Resthouse of Halduparao in the Palain Valley.

Elephant Safari Timing

The wildlife, which can easily be sighted includes Elephant, Spotted deer, Barking deer, Sambar, Ghoral (Mountain goat), Rhesus &Langur monkey, Wild boar, Jackal, Civets, Porcupine, etc. Some of rare species of animals include the Bengal Tiger, Leopard and a variety of lesser cats, Hog deer, Sloth & Himalayan black bear. The Mugger or fresh water crocodile, Gharial, Otters, turtles and a variety of fishes (Mahseer, Goonch, Trout, etc.) can be sighted in and around Ramganga River.

Accommodation at Sonanadai Wildlife Sanctuary

Elephant Safari to Jim Corbett National Park can be arranged in the morning and evening. One of elephant safari tour is in the dawn time, 6 A.M. to 8 A.M. and another, in twilight time 4 P.M. to 6 P.M. A maximum of four to five persons can be accommodated at single time on elephant's back.

Elephant Safari Booking Terms

ID Proof : Submit your government approved ID No. like - DL Number, PAN Card Number, Voter ID, Passport Number, Student ID etc.

  • Traveller must carry the same ID proof as he submitted into the booking form.
  • Safari charges are applicable Corbett entry Gate to Gate.
  • Safari Booking Charges are NON-REFUNDABLE.