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.
Jim Corbett National Park is the oldest National Park and the first tiger reserve in the country, named after the hunter and convervationalist Jim Corbett which is located in Ramnagar in the district of Nainital, Uttarakhand, India. The Park is considered to be the paradise for the wildlife lovers in India as well as those from abroad. Built in the year 1936, Jim Corbett National Park was before independence known as Hailey National Park and today which is a part of Corbett tiger reserve. It is the first Tiger Reserve established under Project Tiger in 1973, famous for being a protected zone for the critically endangered Royal Bengal Tiger of India which makes a trip to this even more special. No wonder ,the park is considered one of the safest and most visited ecotourism destinations in India.