Jim Corbett is one of the prime eco-tourism destinations in the country for adventure lovers throughout the year, but some of the months are not too preferable for traveling here. However, the park is an abode of rich vegetation and scenic views that makes it a perfect place for a thrilling vacation. Keep reading to know what the best time to visit Jim Corbett is.
Summer Season (March to June)
Summertime is the second-best season to visit Jim Corbett. The national park is located in Uttrakhand where the temperature usually goes up high to 35-40 degree Celsius on the peak. There are chances that you might spot many animals near a waterhole to keep them cool. You can also spot a wide range of reptiles during this season such as monitor lizards, snakes, crocodiles, etc.
Bijrani zone and Dhikala Zone are open
Monsoon Season (July to September)
The pouring season is the most unfavorable time to visit the national park nevertheless, it is also the most beautiful time of the year. The forest turns lush green and dense, but the main zones are closed. The rainy season is also the mating phase of many wild animals.
Jhirna zone and Dhela Zone are open
Winter Season (October to February)
According to the forest officials and tourism department, winter is the best season to visit Jim Corbett if you want to get the glimpse of exotic birds that migrate to India to escape the icy season. Not only birds, but many wild animals like the majestic Bengal tigers, leopards, and boars can be spotted sunbathing in the dry grasslands. If you’re lucky, you might even get a chance to experience a hunting chase.
All the zones are open and operational for tourists in this season.