Beyond Jim Corbett
The elephant safari in Corbett is the only way to see the wild animals up close and spend more time with them. The elephant is the royal mode of transport. The height of the gigantic beast helps to look at the wild species very clearly. The beautiful scenic beauty, natural beauty, cool and calm atmosphere, fresh air and fragrant add a majestic excitement in the Elephant Safari tour.
One of the famous Shakti shrine in Uttarakhand, Garjiya Devi temple is the sacred temple of Garjiya Devi, the presidential deity of the temple. Legends believe that Garjiya Devi is the incarnation of the goddess Parwati, daughter of the Himalayan mountain king, also known as Giriraj.
A favorite place for shoots in the British era, the Bijrani range is still a strong point for wildlife lovers. The Bijrani range has a basic area, buffer memory and tourism. Tourists are allowed to visit only the tourist area that moves after 5 km from the Amdanda gate. Forest Rest House FRH Bijrani is available in the night time for Bijrani Range. Visitors can take a jeep and elephant safari in Bijrani. It is recommended to book Safari in the Ramnagar office. The Bijrani area is open to visitors from 15 October to 15 June. Only two safaris are operated for one day in the Bijrani area.
The Corbett Museum is one of the most captivating parts of the dense Corbett Reserve, nicely situated in Kaladhungi and located only 3 km from its main city. The location of Kaladhungi is ideally crisscrossed from Nainital via Khurtpal and the museum attendant here is the most known site for tourists.
A well-known destination in the Ark and located on the edge of the Patlidun Valley. There is a nursing home that was built hundreds of years ago. Kanda Ridge forms the backdrop, and from Dhikala one can appreciate the spectacular natural beauty of the valley which is 36 kms.
Tourists came for inner peace and fun at Corbett Falls. Corbett falls is a scenic water fall Located at 25 kms from Ramnagar and 4 kms from Kaladhungi in Ramnagar Road, Corbett Waterfall is an ideal destination for camping and day out picnic spot.
The dam is located in the south-west of the wildlife sanctuary. This is one of the best places for a bird watching tour.
Tourists are not allowed to walk inside the park, but can go trekking around the park accompanied by a guide.
Winter and summer seasons are ideal to visit Jim Corbett National Park. But only for birding purpose the best time duration is September to March.
Corbett Park offers shelter to more than 550 species of birds and is known as one of the richest bird regions in India. Birdlife International declared this park the "Important Area for Birds" (IBA) as a habitat for a large number of bird species. The few prominent bird species, including Falconet Collared, Great Hornbill, Slaty Great Woodpecker, Pallas Fishing Eagle, Barbet Lineated, Spot-bellied Owl, Pin-tailed Green Pigeon, Red-Headed Vulture, Drongo Racket, Broadbill, etc. are the real treat for bird watchers.
Jhirna Zone is one of the popular areas among the six ecotourism areas in Corbett National Park. Corbett National Park is divided into six tourist areas, among which the Jhirna area was added later in 1994. To expand the tiger reserve area, agricultural land in the village of Jhirna and other two villages were Included in the reserve territory and the villages were relocated to another nearby location. And then, the land was redesigned and turned into an exotic lush forest. Due to being operational throughout the year for the wildlife safari, unlike other areas that are closed during the wall season (except the Dhela area), the Jhirna area shows many steps throughout the year.
This place is located about 84 km from Jim Corbett National Park. Bhimtal is older than the city of Nainital as it was once part of the ancient silk route. The island in middle Bhimtal is 91mts from the shore of Bhimtal lake.
Ranikhet literally means the meadow of the queen. It is a hill station in the Almora district of Uttarakhand and is situated 75 kms from Jim Corbett National Park at an altitude of 1,869 Mt above sea level. Known for being the base for the Kumaon Regiment and the Naga Army of India, this place is a must see as it gives a pulchritudinous view of the snow peaks of the Himalayan mountain range as well as vast varieties of flora and fauna ..
One of the most popular and exquisite mountain resorts of "Nainital" is located in the region of Kumaon in the state of Uttarakhand. It is a distinct and famous tourist destination of India. The city attracts not only domestic travelers and tourists, but also a number of foreign tourists. It shines like a glittering jewel in the Himalayan Mountains and is surrounded by lakes and the generosity of nature.