Wildlife enthusiasts may be excited to know that Jim Corbett National Park remains open throughout the year. Each season has its oddity, and the park welcomes tourists from every corner of the globe to relish the park’s charm.
Jim Corbett witnessed the summer season from April to June. To beat the summer, travelers indulge in the Almora range’s fresh air and the lush greenery valley of the park. In summer, the temperature crosses 40 degrees Celsius, where the evenings are comparatively relaxed and pleasing. In this season, the elusive tigers’ sights become a little straightforward as they often come to the riverbank of Kosi to quench their thirst. Many recreational activities like river rafting in the river Kosi, hopping in Jeep Safaris, etc.
Monsoon comes from July to September, pouring heavy rain showers in the park. If you want to escape the hustle and bustle of your daily life, Jim Corbett is the sole destination for you. The rain showers refresh the days and night, cooling the weather of the park. Many areas get eroded due to rain. Only Jhirna and Dhela remain open in this season.
Jim Corbett welcomes the winter season from October to February. The apex of tourism is seen in the Jim Corbett in this season, experiencing nature’s cooling ambient. Even the wilds also make a mood of fun and frolic throughout the season. Travelers often get the royal tigers’ sights as they creep in the Jungle in their natural habitat. Safaris are offered to the tourist to explore the inner core of the Jungle. The temperature in winter varies from 15 degrees Celcius to 5 degrees Celsius at night. Travelers enjoy the beer and skittle activities like- fishing and angling, river crossing, etc. migratory birds and residential birds, riverbanks of Kosi river are the eye-pleasing moments in the park.