Rules and Regulations Jim Corbett National Park India

1. All reservations inside the tiger reserve are provisional and can be changed or cancelled without prior information. The decision of director CTR will be final in the matter.

2. Carrying of firearms of any kind is not permitted within the Tiger Reserve.

3. No pets can be taken inside the Tiger Reserve.

4. Walking or trekking is strictly prohibited.

5. Driving inside the Tiger Reserve after sunset is prohibited.

6. Cooking is not allowed within the National Park and at Dhikala and Bijrani tourist complexes. In other rest houses visitors can cook within the provided space.

7. Visitors are required to carry a litter bag while entering the Tiger Reserve and bring back their non-biodegradable litter (tin cans, plastic, glass bottles, metal foils etc.) outside the Reserve. Throwing litter inside the Tiger Reserve other than in garbage bins will invite severe penalties.

8. Official registered guide is compulsory on all excursions.

9. Smoking outside residential complexes/rest houses and lighting of any kind of fire is strictly prohibited.

10. Playing of transistors and tape recorders within the Tiger Reserve is strictly prohibited.

11. Visitors are prohibited from taking vehicles off the designated routes thereby causing damage to plant or animal life or their habitat.

12. Blowing of horns and driving above the speed limit is strictly prohibited within the Tiger Reserve.

13. Entry into the restricted zone by the visitors is prohibited.

14. Shouting, teasing or chasing animals or attempts to feed them are prohibited and will invite severe penalties.

15. Visitors are advised to occupy the accommodation as reserved on the first day itself or send prior intimation to hold the accommodation. Otherwise, the reservation will be treated as cancelled.

16. Maximum two adults and two children (below 12 years) per room are allowed to stay in the tourism zone. One extra bed can be provided on payment of prescribed charges.

17. Visitors are compulsorily required to obtain a clearance certificate before leaving their place of residence within the Tiger Reserve.

18. Visitors are advised to wear clothes of colours which merge with the natural surroundings (khaki, olive green, other dull colours).

19. Visitors are required to switch off lights, fans and water taps when not in use and park their vehicles at appropriate parking place.

20. Visitors have to obtain entry permits at the reception. Entry timings are regulated in such a manner that visitors