Dhikala in Corbett is one of the most famous of the popular tourist zones. It is situated on the edge of the Patli Doon valley. The Ramganga flows in several channels through Dhikala. Offers a spectacular unobstructed panoramic view of the Dhikala Valley with the Kanda Ridge in the background. The entire view is even more impressive from the watchtower near Dhikala. The Tourist Complex overlooks Dhikala Chaur (one of the largest remaining grasslands in the park) and Phulai Chaur. Tigers can be seen on the drive through the many trails through the chauras. The Old Rest House of Dhikala is a historical structure, built over a hundred years ago. Dhikala is the best and largest safari zone in Jim Corbett National Park, and the entrance to this safari zone is called Dhangari Gate. Dhikala offers tourists a lush green space where the entire wildlife comes out in its true wild form. Dhikala is the tourist area located in Jim Corbett National Park where you will simply hear the sweet chirping of birds, smell the rich and natural aroma of flora and talk about the divine atmosphere. A canter drive through the abundant footpaths in Chaur satisfies the sight of wild elephants, chital, hog deer, and many stately grassland bird species and of course raptors. Dhikala, like other areas of the sanctuary, gives a splendid glimpse of flora and fauna. Dhikala Canter Safari: Canter safaris (bus safaris) are also a popular way to visit Corbett National Park. Canter Safari can be done only in Dhikala Zone, Canter Safari in Corbett Park can be experienced from 15th November to 15th June and it is operated twice a day during this specific period. Since seats for canter safaris are limited, it is advised to book them well in advance.
Liquor and non-vegetarian food is not allowed. All your personal and non-biodegradable waste such as tin cans, plastics, glass bottles, metal foil etc. should be placed in a carry bag and disposed of after you finish the trip. This is to protect the climate and animals in the Dhikala region.