Your Travel Guide- Places to Visit Near Jim Corbett National Park

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Corbett’s wilderness is nothing but charming – Tigers call it home, a place where birds live in peace, people appreciate the greenery, and tourists discover nature therapy. This 2-day escape is exciting and additionally relaxing. Yet, if you’re planning an expanded and exciting holiday, we recommend getting away to lovely places to visit close Jim Corbett National Park.

Some of the places are mystery forts where you can revive, while the well-known ones like Nainital are useful for a light family excursion. If you are planning seven days get-away in Uttarakhand, do visit these amazing spots new Jim Corbett.

Ranikhet -The Queens Land

Ranikhet is a little town sitting in the Himalayas. Home to one of India’s best 9-hole hill golf courses, it opens a wide world of experiences. The city area is vivacious, while the military zone is renowned worldwide for peace. Here, you will discover a few temples filled with a divine aura. Situated in an altitude of more than 1800 meters, it is an ideal place to take in the Himalayan sights.

The beautiful scenic view is magnificent. Stand and see the Himalaya Mountains from an entirely different angle. You will actually feel yourself flying over the clouds and the Himalayas, the peaks looks like arrows pointed towards the limitless sky. The strange scene of snow-topped peaks will definitely blow your mind. With cool morning breeze combined with your favorite drink, the place is ideal to explore nature and listen to the sweet chirping of birds. If you want to have a peaceful holiday in any season, Ranikhet is the place for you


Dhanachuli - The prosperous land

One of the unique spots to visit near Jim Corbett National Park, the little town will take your heart with its apple plantations, and obviously, it’s experiential retreats like Te Aroha. While thick mists and verdant woods make for a scenic panorama, famous retreats endeavor to offer warm accommodation and a comfortable stay.

Mukteshwar - The land of Lord Shiva

Mukteshwar’s coniferous forests and plantations will make them murmur Hallelujah. Flying in this rich vista are red-roofed houses, supplementing the Himalayan scene. The brightness of British design is grasped in numerous structures like the Indian Veterinary Research Institute. Close by the specified characteristics, Hindu shrines and neighbourhood withdraws shape it to be among refreshing weekend destinations from Delhi. One side Mukteshwar is secured by a dense forest and on the opposite side, it offers a splendid view of the Himalayas. It is a natural scenic beauty having wide-ranging views of snow-topped Himalayas. Also, a decent place to take a break from everyday life and getting a chance to enjoy the beauty of nature.

Naukuchiatal - The lake of five corners

The lake in this city is the most profound of all lakes in the district and is bordered with enclosures and terraced fields. A walk along the verdant shore of the lake is, in fact, a reviving thing to experience. Not simply just peace, Naukuchiatal likewise happens to be a fortune trove of different adventures, and today, it is listed amongst the best places to visit in Uttarakhand.

Bhimtal - A quaint hill-station with an aquarium on an islet

Only 20 km far from Nainital, Bhimtal too is known for its lake and the dam based on it. A little islet on the lake has an aquarium, which is a well-known vacation spot here. Despite the fact that it’s only an hour’s head out from Nainital it is not so much crowded but rather more peaceful, if that is the thing that you look for.

With the best holiday packages and amazing hospitality, stay in the midst of the woodland in the Sitabani Jungle and SPA Resort, listen to the birds chirping clearly, be close to the spotted deer, and wave a benevolent ‘hi’ to the group of Elephant.

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