Corbett Gypsy Safari

Jim Corbett National Park is a popular wildlife sanctuary located in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. The park is known for its dense forests, diverse wildlife, and beautiful landscapes. One of the best ways to explore the park is through a gypsy safari.

A gypsy safari is a type of jeep safari that takes visitors deep into the jungle to spot various animals such as tigers, elephants, leopards, deer, and various species of birds. The gypsy safaris are conducted by trained guides who are well-versed in the park's wildlife and terrain.

The gypsy safaris are conducted twice a day, in the morning and the evening. The morning safari starts early in the morning and lasts for approximately four hours, while the evening safari starts in the late afternoon and lasts for about three hours.

To go on a gypsy safari in Jim Corbett National Park, visitors need to book their safari tickets in advance, either through the official website or by contacting the park authorities. It is important to note that only a limited number of gypsy safaris are allowed in the park each day, and therefore, it is advisable to book your tickets well in advance.

During the gypsy safari, visitors are required to follow certain rules and regulations, such as maintaining silence, not littering, and not getting off the jeep at any point during the safari. It is also important to dress appropriately and carry sunscreen, hats, and water bottles as the safari can be quite hot and dusty.

Overall, a gypsy safari in Jim Corbett National Park is a unique and exciting experience that allows visitors to explore the park's rich wildlife and natural beauty.

Tariff / Rate

Price (Indian) : INR 6,950/Jeep* Onwards (Max 6 Persons are allowed in ONE Jeep)
Price (Foreigner): 9,900/Jeep* Onwards (Max 6 Persons are allowed in ONE Jeep)
Timings : Morning 5:30 AM - 9:30 AM | Evening 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Safari Gateway : Bijrani, Jhirna, Durgadevi, Sitabani (Corbett Landscape), Dhela
Inclusions : entry fee, road tax, guide fee & jeep/gypsy charges

Entry Formalities

As the entire periphery of the Jim Corbett National Park falls under restricted and protected area, so official permission is required to visit the core area of the tiger territory. There are two kinds of official permits issued by the government for entering into any safari zone of the park. Day visit permit (for jeep/canter safari) and Permits for night stay inside the Government forest lodges The day visit permits are required by Indian nationals as well as foreigners for entering into any tourism zone in Jim Corbett National Park. Accommodation inside the park is possible after obtaining night stay permit that are issued by issuing authorities of Government officials.

Terms & Conditions

  • Day visit to all zones are strictly regulated as per the scientifically calculated carrying capacity and only a limited number of vehicles are permitted entry during each morning and afternoon.
  • Permits for day visits to the Sonanadi Ecotourism zone can be obtained from the visitor reception center located at Kotdwar.
  • Permits for day visits to other zones are available online on our website.
  • Visitors are advised to acquaint themselves with gate timings and arrive well before the designated time to avoid any inconvenience.
  • Private vehicles are 'not' allowed entry for tourism purposes into the park and visitors use specially designed vehicles, registered with CTR for this purpose. Day visits to the Dhikala Ecotourism Safari Gateway are permitted only through the specially designed Canter buses via Ramganga Conducted Tours.
  • Visitors can also enjoy elephant rides at Bijrani and Dhikala ecotourism Safari Gateway, which is available on 'First come, first get' basis.
  • Canteen facilities are available at Dhikala, Bijrani and Gairal. At other locations, kitchen facilities have been provided.


  • Permit
  • Guide Charges
  • Driver
  • Entrance Fees
  • Our Service Charge


  • Meals
  • Driver Service Fee
  • Any Private Expenses

Map of Corbett

It is situated in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand. It is part of the larger Corbett Tiger Reserve which was first to come under the Project Tiger initiative launched in 1973.