Dhela is one of the major tourist attraction spots in the Jim Corbett National Park and can be termed the core zone for finding large Bengal tigers. Elephants, deer, reptiles, snakes, and birds can be found in abundance in this region.

General Guide to Dhela Zone

Dhela is located in the southern part of the Jim Corbett National Park and is visited by tourists all year round. Jim Corbett Dhela area is surrounded by dense forests and covers an area of ​​approximately 1200 hectares. The area has a wide variety of birds, tigers, sloth bears and reptiles and one can easily capture a passing tiger or two. The area is surrounded by sal trees, making it a perfect hunting ground for tigers. The Sambhar deer is another deer found in the area and tigers feed on it due to its slow movement.