Dhikala is the finest and greatest safari zone in Jim Corbett National Park, and the entrance to this safari zone is called the Dhangari gate. Dhikala safari zone is a faultless spot, where tourists can freely unwind their heart, mind, body, and soul to nature. Dhikala offers tourists a verdant spot with a phenomenal view of the entire wildlife getting into its true wild form. Dhikala is that tourist zone lying in Jim Corbett National Park where you would just hear the sweet chirping of birds, smell the rich and natural aroma of the flora and speak of the divine ambiance.
A canter drives through the abundant trails across Chaurs is contented with the unearthing of wild elephants, Chital, hog deer, and several plush grassland bird species and, of course, the Raptors. Dhikala’s old rest house at Dhikala is a historic structure that was built over a hundred years ago. Dhikala, like the other zones of the sanctuary, gives a fabulous glimpse of flora and fauna to get through.
Once the tourists get through the Dhangari gate, they begin their Corbett safari. It is significant to note here that tourists who take safari should have permitted to make an overnight stay in the park. Dhikala Canter Safari is a great jungle safari experience that will take the tourists on a nature trail. The Canter is scheduled to carry the tourists from Ramnagar at 7:30 AM. A canter can only accommodate a maximum number of 18 passengers in one trip.
It takes approximately 5 hours to get through the Dhikala zone. This is the only available choice for day visitors to explore the unbeatable wildlife of Dhikala. Furthermore, a maximum of 4 canters can go inside the zone at a single time. Corbett tiger reserve expert guide, as well as a forest gunman, also accompanies the tourists inside the canter. It is important to note that Dhikala Canter permits are booked in advance or on the same day on a first come – first, serve basis