Rules and Regulations
There are certain rules and regulations, that all the visitors have to follow at Corbett National Park, India.
- Carrying of firearms of any kind is not permitted within the Tiger Reserve.
- No pets can be taken inside the Tiger Reserve.
- Walking or trekking is strictly prohibited.
- Driving inside the Tiger Reserve after sunset is prohibited.
- 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.
- 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.
- Official registered guide is compulsory on all excursions.
- Smoking outside residential complexes/rest houses and lighting of any kind of fire is strictly prohibited.
- Playing of transistors and tape recorders within the Tiger Reserve is strictly prohibited.
- Visitors are prohibited from taking vehicles off the designated routes thereby causing damage to plant or animal life or their habitat.
- Blowing of horns and driving above the speed limit is strictly prohibited within the Tiger Reserve.
- Entry into the restricted zone by the visitors is prohibited.
- Shouting, teasing or chasing animals or attempts to feed them are prohibited and will invite severe penalties.
- Visitors are advised to wear clothes of colours which merge with the natural surroundings (khaki, olive green, other dull colours).
- Entry within the National Park after sunset is strictly prohibited.
- Entry of private buses in Bijrani Tourism Zone is prohibited.
- Non vegetarian food is prohibited inside tiger reserve.