A wild treasure of India, Jim Corbett is a thrilling travel destination for adventure enthusiasts. Jim Corbett National Park is the abode of various endangered species and exotic birds. People from across the world visit Jim Corbett to explore the various aspects of wilderness. Apart from all of these specialties, Jim Corbett is enclosed with many interesting and fun places to visit.
Garjiya Devi Temple
Located on the outskirts of Jim Corbett National Park near Ram Nagar, Garjiya Devi temple is a significant shrine for the devotees. People of Uttrakhand and other nearby hill stations come to pay a visit to this sacred Devi Temple constructed on a rocky hill-top in the Kosi River and has a major religious significance. The temple is open in all seasons and the timings are from 6 am to 12 pm and 4 pm to 8 pm.
This interesting heritage property is named after the British hunter Jim Corbett, who turned into an environmentalist. The museum displays his sketches, personal belongings, manuscripts, photographs, and achievements and gives us a glimpse of his great work and contribution to the Indian Wildlife. It is one of the must-visits in Jim Corbett located in Kaladhungi. (Note: The museum is closed on all public holidays)
Nestled in the dense teak wood forest, Corbett Falls is a scenic spot for the tourists after a long tiring Jungle Safari. This pretty and refreshing waterfall is located 25 kilometers away from Ramnagar and is now turned into a quiet picnic location. The rustling of leaves, sunlight peeping in from the dense canopies, the sound of chirping birds and the waterfall orchestrates a perfect melody for a perfect pit stop.
Kosi River flows alongside the National Park and is one of the water bodies where animals can be spotted during the summer season. The banks of the river have a wonderful scenic view of the hills and the dense forest in the backdrop.