Dhela forest rest house in Jim Corbett
Dhela forest rest house is one of the popular stay option amongst the naturalist and wildlife enthusiast inside the Corbett Tiger reserve.
By: Jim Corbett
This FRH is around 15 KMs from the Ramnagar town and it takes around 45 minutes to 1 hour to reach here. Dhela zone Jim Corbett remains open for tourists throughout the year for day safaris, however, no safari is permitted on rainy days. But, night stay is only available from November to June.
Accommodation option at Dhela zone Jim Corbett
Here night stay booking in Dhela Corbett FRH is available from 15th November to 14th June every year for tourists. There are total 2 rooms at Dhela Corbett and extra bed facility is also available on request.
Forest department has covered the complete area by fence and a large ground is a part of the campus from where animals movement can be witnessed throughout the day.
Kitchen facility is not available and one has to bring raw material (including spices & cooking oil as well) for cooking. Chef will be available for preparation of food. Hot water facility is available and electricity is provided in the evening as it depends on the solar power.
Safari starts half an hour before here than the guests who are staying at private resort. Therefore, it gives people staying at Dhela more chance of spotting the wildlife.
Note– TV Facility is not available inside the rest house. Similarly, phone networks might not work properly inside the campus area.
One should always carry an extra battery or power bank to recharge camera & phone batteries. Electricity will be available inside the campus from Sunset to morning.
ou can stay maximum of 3 nights here. Similarly, same rule is applicable for other forest lodges inside the Jim Corbett national park (https://en.wikipedia.org/
In conclusions, Dhela forest rest house package will be so adventurous for people looking to stay in to the deep forest area.
P.S.- There is one common question in the mind of most of the people about Jhirna vs Dhela zone to compare which is better but we suggest both the zones are having their own diversity of wildlife so forget the comparison & be the part of jungle.