Jim Corbett National Park appreciates a calm atmosphere with three principle seasons which are summer, winter and monsoon. The special natural life of the Jim Corbett national Park is very much suitable to the adjustments in the seasons. Being a year- round destination, Corbett Park is open throughout the year for the tourists. However, the summer season starts in March at Jim Corbett National thus a decent time to visit as the climate is cool and all the gates of the park are opens for all the activities in Park such as jungle safari, elephant safari and many adventure sports. Particularly amid the summer season, it stays swarmed with the children for the educational visit. The temperature fluctuates between 20°C to 40°C during the summer season.
Let us tell you some amazing reason to visit Jim Corbett Park especially in summer; first of all it is always witnessed that during summer months, there are huge chances to witness tigers more than in winter months since the high temperature of summer makes tiger thirsty due to which they are more often seen coming near to river in open to quench their thirst which gives you a lucky chance to see them. This is not it, to add another reason to visit this park is their beautiful and luxury resorts in Jim Corbett which is in wide number. The Solluna Resort is an immensely beautiful resort situated in the Marchula Valley which captures the beauty of the Jim Corbett National Park perfectly.
When talking about Solluna Resort, the image of a stunning resort with lush & green gardens, a river at one side and the surroundings are jam-packed with mountains and valleys flashes in front of the eyes. The cottages of the resort mark an extra edge among the best resorts in Jim Corbett as these cottages are huge and spacious built according to the senses of the human body. The Presidential Suite, The Deluxe Cottage, The Superior Cottage and The Premier Cottages are the names assigned to them. The stay in the Solluna Resort will make your trip to Jim Corbett a memorable and remarkable memory.