Legends belive that Garjiya Devi is the incarnation of Goddess Parwati, daughter of King of the Mountains Himalaya also known as Giriraj.
Around 150-years old suspension bridge, also known as the Jhula Pul, is one of the prime tourist attractions near the Dhikuli village of Ramnagar.
The Dhangarhi Museum is situated near Dhangarhi gate. It is one of the major attractions of the tourists.
The name of the town Kaladhungi orginates from a place where black dunga (stone) is found. Black refers to the iron content in the stone found in Kaladhungi.
Hanuman Dham is situated in Ramnagar in the midst of quiet and peaceful encompassing. This is an unquestionable requirement visit fascination in Ramnagar region and the sanctuary is devoted to Lord Hanuman.
Developed as a picnic spot for tourist, Corbett Water Falls is surrounded by dense teak wood forest which extends its natural beauty. Sound of the waterfall makes perfect melody with chippings of the birds.
Mesmerizing scene of Himalayas coverd with white sheet of snow can be seen from the Jim Corbett. It is situated at the mohan to Marchula range on the way to Durdevi Zone of Jim Corbett National Park. The distance of this point is around 35 kms from corbett city Ramnagar.
Dhikala forest lodges are situated in the core of Jim Corbett. They are operated and managed by the forest department. Jim Corbett is one of the few National parks that allow and have adequate facilities for an overnight stay.
Dhikala is the most popular and in-demand tourist accommodation in Jim Corbett, due to which Dhikala forest lodges always have to be booked online well in advance.
The Dhangari gate is the entry point to the Dhikala zone. It is located nearly 18 km away from Ram Nagar, and the Dhikala forest lodge is 30 kilometers inside. It remains open from mid-November to June but gets closed during the monsoon season due to animals' mating season. This is one of the best places where you get a chance to see the beast "The Royal Bengal Tiger", the herds of giant "Asiatic Elephants," spotted deers, barking deers, Sambhar, Barasingha, Hyena, Monitor Lizard, etc.
An Elephant ride is also available for enjoyment purpose but only when they are not used for the forest department's official purpose.
This is one of the most exciting parts of the journey that the visitor never misses out on. The Ramganga river is the lifeline of the tiger reserve and home to crocodiles, alligators where they can be observed in a fearless state, unlike when kept in the zoo.
Dhikala consists of different types of accommodations like the new & old forest rest house, Dhikala Annexes, Hutment, Cabins, etc. The basic amenities to have a comfortable stay are available.
Food and other facilities
Though you are amid the jungle, you won't be deprived of quality vegetarian food. To cater to these needs, a restaurant is available, which serves the best buffet meals. A small is 24*7 canteen is also present to satisfy your hunger at odd hours. In the evening, visitors can relax and enjoy wildlife movie shows and sessions by naturalists and wild experts.