Corbett National Park follows strict rules and regulations. All visitors are expected to stand by the norms and write to keep the national park evergreen with its wildlife and flora. Tourists cannot enter their own vehicles into the park. Visitors must use a taxi number jeep to enjoy Jeep Safari inside the park. Permit for those jeeps are issued by Corbett Tiger Reserve. Visitors must hire an authorised wildlife guide during their travel. There is no fuel station beyond Ramnagar. So should refuel you vehicles before entering the park.
Trekking is strictly prohibited inside the park except at some fix places. Specific tracks are maintained for visitors to enjoy the photography and some refreshments. Driving off track is not allowed for safety reason. The gates are closed at sunset and no night driving is allowed.
Avoid light colours such as white, pink, red, yellow and blue. You should wear dark shaded cloths such as brown and green shaded cloths are best suitable to make chance see animals and less disturbing to the environment.
|Places Near Jim Corbett National Park||Distances|
|Ramnagar to Amdanda Gate||2km|
|Ramnagar to Bijrani Gate||11km|
|Ramnagar to Dhangarhi Gate||18km|
|Ramnagar to Malani Gate||23km|
|Ramnagar to Jhirna Gate||25km|
|Ramnagar to Durgadevi Gate||26km|
|Ramnagar to Gairal Gate||37km|
|Ramnagar to Sarpduli Gate||38km|
|Ramnagar to Lohachaur Gate||43km|
|Ramnagar to Kalagarh Gate||45km|
|Ramnagar to Khinanauli Gate||46km|
|Ramnagar to Dhikala||51km|
|Ramnagar to Nainital||62km|
|Ramnagar to Kanda (via Durgadevi)||65km|
|Ramnagar to Rathuadhab||71km|