Jeep Safari: This is one the most popular modes of viewing the national park. Jeeps are organised by resorts and lodges outside the National Park Core Zone, if you are staying in one of these places. Alternatively a few tour companies who book the entire tour for you online will also arrange for a jeep safari. Jeeps to visit the park can also be taken on rent from Ramnagar, from the various travel agencies. A typical Jeep Safari lasts for 2.5 - 3 hours and usually starts early in the morning and post lunch at about 2 p.m. from any one of the four gates for which the permit is obtained as per your choice. Jeep Safaris in the Dikhala zone are only allowed for people who are staying inside the Park in the forest rest houses in the Dikhala Zone.
Elephant Safari: Elephant ride is the major attraction in Jim Corbett National Park. Tourists feel like a royal person, while sitting on an elephant and going into the grasslands and jungles in search of tigers or wild elephants. This safari is arranged twice in a day which starts from Dhikala, once early in the morning and once late in the afternoon.
You can go for an elephant ride, see documentaries at Dhikala, visit the museum or just soak in the wild environment.
Canter Safari: This is an open bus with 18 seats. This safari operates only in the Dikhala zone and is accessible to tourists not staying within the Park's core zone. It approximately lasts for 6 hours with pick up points at Ramnagar and the Dhangari gate.