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If exploring Jim Corbett National Park is on your holiday agenda, don't forget to make a detour to Kaladhungi. A romantic hamlet - 35 kms, far from the famous Corbett National Park, Kaladhungi has been an inseparable part of the endless tiger stories of Kumaon focussing around the legendary hunter Jim Corbett.
The significance of Kaladhungi is clear from the fact that Jim Corbett choose this place as his residence. Today this unique home, is a comprehensive museum housing souvenirs, relics, momentos related to Jim Corbett and his famous exploits.
Season : Round the year
Corbett Water Fall
4 kms from Kaladhungi, on the Kaladhungi - Ramnagar highway, falls at leisure. Corbett Water Falls. Surrounded by dense forests, pin drop silence, this 20 mts. high fall is simply a sight to behold! Famous as the ideal camping hide out, this spot now has become a major tourist attraction.
Trekking in the forests, bird watching at peace or nature walks at leisure are the only routine and time pass at Corbett Falls. The forest department has taken all necessary steps to provide all amenities and facilities to promote Corbett Falls as a picnic spot with the difference. Regular public and private transport services makes this spot the convenient perch for nature enthusiasts and peace seekers.
Garjia Devi Temple
An ancient temple of Garjia Devi is worth a visit. Ramnagar is 30 kms. from Kaladhungi, 13 kms, from Ramnagar on the way to Dikhala Garjia Devi temple is situated on a huge rock in the midst of river Kosi. A large fair is held here on Karthik Purnima.
Corbett National Park
Country's first wildlife park is 18 kms from Ramnagar end main Dikhala complex is 52 kms, from Ramnagar.
Other excursions are Rarnnagar-50 kms, Nainital-33 kms, Bhlmtal-49 kms. Haldwanl-55 kms.
Rail : Nearest railheads are Rarnnagar & Kathgodam.
Road : Kaladhungi is 33 kms, (via Khurpatal) from Nalnital, Ramnagar-30 kms. Kashipur-55 kms.