The Jim Corbett National Park is located near Nainital in Uttarakhand. It is the oldest National park in India and is named after Edward James Corbett. He worked towards the conservation of Tigers thereby contributing to the establishment of the National Park. Corbett The Baagh offers comfortable and lavish stay in the midst of nature, come to relish these supreme features only at Corbett the Baagh.
Corbett has become a prime destination for Ecotourism. People visiting Corbett can indulge in the following:
JIm Corbett Jungle Safari
Wildlife safari in Corbett has always been a prominent tourist attraction. The alluring verdure of this place is inexplicable. People reach to their limit of excitement when they get to know that after a tedious safari, they can take a nap in the park premises itself. For those who are only desiring to see the tigers should head to the Dhikala Zone straight away, which is around 32 kms from Ramnagar. It is the best place to spot tigers easily.
Water Falls at Jim Corbett
The waterfall lies nestled amidst green foliage and cascades down into a small lagoon-like pool. After falling into the pool, water flows ahead making its passage from amongst the rocks and under a fallen tree trunk that spans the entire breadth of the stream. At the waterfall, tourists can enjoy a dip in the cool waters. To reach the waterfall, tourists need to travel through thick teak wood jungles and a narrow winding road that is 1.7 km long.
Kosi River is flowing along side the Corbett National Park. There are facilities provided to people where in one can relish the adventures of water rafting, which by the way is seasonal. One gets to experience the grade II and III of the white water rafting here. This is one of the top tourist activities done around this park.
Mesmerizing Bird watching in Ram Nagar
Pangot, a birder’s paradise situated quite close to Uttarakhand popular tourism place, Nainital. It is about 74 kms from Ramnagar, and you will have a spectacular view and a memorable time there.
At a distance of 25 km from Haldwani, 32 km from Ramnagar, and 34 km from Nainital, Jim Corbett Museum is a heritage museum situated in Choti Haldwani on Ramnagar road near Kaladhungi Town. The museum was formally initiated by a few forest officers in the year 1965. Jim Corbett built this house in 1922 for himself at Choti Haldwani, which now houses the museum in his memory. It is a single storied bungalow built using stone and lime mortar on a high plinth.