Ramnagar is situated in the Nainital district of Kumaon region of Uttarakhand state on the banks of Kosi River at an elevation of 345mts above sea level. Ramnagar is not only the commencement point of Kumaon hills but it is also one of the gateways of renowned Jim Corbett National Park. Ramnagar hasRamnagar is a small town in the Nainital District of Uttarakhand, India. Ramnagar is located approximately 75 Kms from Nainital, 65 Kms from Haldwani, 90 Kms from Moradabad, 24 Kms from Kashipur, 90 Kms from Rudrapur. Ramnagar is nearest town and bus and railway station to the Jim Corbett National Park, the oldest National park and a famous tourist destination of India. Garjiya Devi Temple and (Godess Sita) Maa Seeta Bani Temple located nearby also attract many visitors. successfully lured tourists and adventure lovers and it is capable of drawing attention. Ramnagar town was established in 1856 by Commissioner H.Ramsay. Ramnagar is situated in the rich farm belt of Terai, on the southeastern fringes of the great forests.The busy market town of Ramnagar is the main administrative centre for Corbett National Park and Project Tiger. Ramnagar is connected with motorable roads as well as railway networks. Its proximity with Corbett National Park and Nainital makes it even more popular destination. Ramnagar is the ideal spot for fishing camp and the place offers as an administrative centre for Corbett national park. Ramnagar is home of some of the best and popular hotels of Uttarakhand. Explore wildlife and enjoy bird watching in Ramnagar. You can do fishing in the Kosi River or do jungle safari in Corbett national park. Ramnagar is also famous for Litchi farming. The best time to visit Ramnagar is from Mid November to Mid June. Ramnagar is about 85 km. from Soulitude in the Himalayas.
Visit In Place
Girija Devi Mandir
Jim Corbett National Park
The Corbet National Park is perfectly cradled on the foothills of the magniloquent knolls of the Himalayan range that shields the northern fringe of the country of India. The Corbet National Park made its magnanimous presence felt in the year 1936 under the designation of ‘Hailey National Park’.
At a distance of 38 km from Nainital, 5 km from Kaladhungi and 26 km from Ramnagar, Corbett Waterfalls is situated on Ramnagar – Kaladhungi highway in Nainital district. Corbett Falls is a scenic water fall and is surrounded by dense teak wood forest. This waterfall is cascading down from a height of 20 m in to a pool. Sound of the waterfall makes perfect melody with chippings of the birds. The fall is not very huge and bathing in the falls is no longer permitted, but the natural beauty around the place has to be enjoyed and appreciated.Corbett Waterfall can be reach by hiring taxi or bus from Kaladhungi or Ramnagar. Visitors have to take small trek of 1.5 km from main road to reach Corbett Falls or one has to drive from the main road on a very bumpy road till the parking area and then walk to the falls about 300 m away.
Corbett Museum, Corbett
The Corbett museum is one of the most captivating parts of the dense Corbett Reserve beautifully located in Kaladhungi and is positioned just 3 km away from its main town. The Kaladhungi location is ideally crisscrossed from Nainital via Khurtpal and the museum preposited here is the most featured sites for the tourists. The museum is actually a heritage bungalow of Jim Corbett, the renowned hunter turned environmentalist who raised the value of wildlife conservation; and this magnificent museum brings the memory of the life and activities of the spectacular and distinguished person in the jungle of the Kumaon hills. A visit to the Corbett Museum is more meaningful and knowledgeable since one can learn the importance of wildlife while roaming around the vast and majestic vicinity of the Corbett Reserve
Hanuman Dham , Chhoi Ramnaga
Shri Hanuman Dham is located at Anjani Gram; Chhoi village belongs to Ramnagar.Hanuman Dham is located 7.5 kilometres from Ramnagar.