Corbett Blue Sky Sight Seeing
Corbett Fall is situated 25 kilometers from Ramnagar. Thick teak wood jungles and a narrow winding road 1.7 kilometers inside is an out of the world experience. The best thing all along has been the chirpings of birds in the background and sound of flowing water.
4 kms from Kaladhungi, on the Kaladhungi – Ramnagar highway, falls at leisure. Corbett Water Falls. Surrounded by dense forests, pin drop silence, this 20 mts. high fall is simply a sight to behold! Famous as the ideal camping hide out, this spot now has become a major tourist attraction. Trekking in the forests, bird watching at peace or nature walks at leisure are the only routine and time pass at Corbett Falls. The forest department has taken all necessary steps to provide all amenities and facilities to promote Corbett Falls as a picnic spot with the difference. Regular public and private transport services makes this spot the convenient perch for nature enthusiasts and peace seekers.
Dhangari museum is located at Dhangari, is a good stoppage for watching one-time wildlife species. The museum has glass boxes containing head of tigers and elephants, killed in fight long back.Entry Fee in Dhangari Museum is Rs 5 for Indians and Rs 10 for foreigners. Children below 5 are exempted from paying the fee and children in the age group of 5-12 years are charged a nominal fee of Rs 1. Photography is permitted in the museum without any extra charge.
Garjia Temple is located in the Ramnagar – Ranikhet Route around 10 Kms from Ramnagar. On the pinnacle of a huge rock in the midst of river Kosi, there is a beautiful temple of Durga Devi named as Garjia Devi. Thousands of devotees visit this temple from different parts of the state during Karthik Poornima. Also a large fair is held here on Karthi Poornima. Idiel location for photography and day picnic
Full day Nainital tour
The centerpiece of Nainital is its beautiful 2 mile long pear-shaped lake. Ringed by seven hills, the emerald coloured waters of the lake attracts hordes of tourists during the day who come to try their hand at watching, rowing or paddling on the lake. Once evening descends and the tourists go back to their hotels, the lake appears tranquil and magical; lit up like a fairyland by the twinkling lights that dot the hills and by its waters’ edge. The Lake is locally referred to as having two ends. Mallital, which is the northern end. And Tallital; the southern end. And a bridge at that end. It also has the unique distinction of being the only lake bridge with a post office on it. A bus station, taxi stand, railway reservation counter, shopping centres and luxury stores