There are many excursions from Corbett. Following are the excursion tour and excursions around Corbett
Garija Devi, which is located just 10kms. from Ramnagar is a major
tourist attraction. It is a perfect place for retreating during the
summer months. It is located in close proximity to the Corbett National
Park as well.
Kaladhungi was the former residence of the hunter and naturalist Jim
Corbett, who founded the Corbett National Park. It is situated on the
main route to Nainital from Dhikala.
Kalagarh Dam, situated at the south-western side of the Corbett
National Park, is one of the best places in the region for someone who
loves bird watching. This very dam wrecked havoc with the ecological
system of the region in 1970s but now attracts a great number of
migratory waterfowl in the winters. There are also many beautiful routes
near-by providing a great view of the natural surroundings.
Situated around 125 km from Corbett National Park, Rampur was formerly
a princely state which later became a part of Uttar Pradesh after
independence. The place is famous for its library which contains more
than 12,000 rare manuscripts and a rare and fine collection of Mughal
miniature paintings. Rampur is also famous for its daggers.
This beautiful and quiet hill station is situated just 103 kms. from
Dhikala and is at an altitude of 2000 metres above sea level. It has a
pleasant climate with mild summers and chilled winters. This is one of
the few unexplored destinations in the country where you can find a
serene environment, traffic-less streets, and hospitable people.
This place is associated with Ramayana and it is believed that Sitabani
is the place where Sita was exiled by Ram. It is an absolute paradise
for a bird watcher and there is an ashram here as well.