Jim Corbett National Park
Bijrani Forest Guest House Accommodation
Enriched with the vast range of flora and fauna that construe a wild forest, exploring the Bijrani Zone of the Corbett Reserve Park could be the soul-stirring experience for wild life enthusiasts. Visited by large number of wildlife and nature lovers from all over the world, Jim Corbett is the natural habitat for the wild animals and the oldest tiger reserve in India. Divided into various zones, Bijrani is one of the major zones of the Corbett reserve park and not a little less adventurous spot than the famous Dhikala zone. This zone is popular for its tranquillity and having wide range of floral species than any other zones. Surrounded with the breathtaking beauty of raw landscape, spending one or two nights in the core of the forest at Bijrani Forest rest house could be an enthralling memory of your life. Bijrani core zone is also considered as the tiger rich area so there is an utmost probability to spot a tiger roaming in its natural habitat. The topography primarily consists of huge water drains, wide grasslands called chaurs and dense Sal woodland with comparatively drier milieu.
Two forest guest houses are situated within the Bijrani zone; one is Bijrani forest guest house and the other is Malani forest guest house. These govt. managed forest houses offer its visitors the facility to stay inside the jungle for maximum of two nights. In order to visit any of the two Bijrani FRHs, you have to pass through the Aamdanda Gate after getting a govt. permit. During the British period in India, the area in and around of Bijrani was preferred for the game of shooting wild animals and was the dedicated shooting block. But, now it is a tiger reserve area and strictly prohibited for shooting and killing any animal. The Bijrani forest house is a quiet and calm place with the birds chirping in background and occasional sounds of different animals, providing you almost mystical ambiance. Being home to various kinds of exotic birds, this zone is highly popular for birdwatchers. In this part of the Jungle, there is quite good chances of spotting a tiger, herd of wild elephants, sloth bear along with plenty of other animals.