Corbett National Park : Places of Attraction
Places of attraction around Corbett National Park:
Pawalgarh Conservation reserve: Pawalgarh Conservation reserve is a virgin forest near Corbett National Park , with little human disturbance. This picturesque and pristine reserve forest is located around 20 kms from Ramnagar on the Ramnagar-Haldwani Highway and on the natural course of the river Dabka and river kosi. The entry gate to this tiger reserve is Pawalgarh. It was recently notified as Conservation reserve and houses around 46 tigers besides other charismatic species like leopards, elephants and around 350 species of birds.
Sitabani Zone : Sitabani Zone is one of the most popular wildlife safari zone outside of the Corbett tiger reserve area. It is a part of Ramnagar reserve forest and it remains open throughout the year. The entry gate is located around 2 km from the Ramnagar town .
Sitabani Temple: Located around 20 kms away from the Ramnagar town in the middle of dense forest, this famous temple of goddess Sita can be approached by an SUV.
Garjiya Devi Temple: This temple is located on an island on the river koshi within the Jim Corbett National Park. The deity goddess of this temple is Girija Mata (an awatar of goddess Parwati) , and is also famous for an ancient statue (around 1000 years old) of Narayan and Laxhmi. The temple is situated around 14 km from Ramnagar town on the Ramnagar Ranikhet road.
Corbett Museum: Corbett Museum is located in kaladhungi at Chhoti Haldwani village, the village of Jim Corbett and used to be the ancestral house of Jim Corbett. It is located on Ramnagar Haldwani road around 36 KMs from Ramnagar.
Dhangari Museum: Located at the entrance of dhikala Zone, at Dhangari Museum you can witness the history of National Park.
Corbett Water Fall: Corbett waterfall is another major attraction for tourists , located amidst wilderness at a distance of around 25 km away from Ramnagar.