The Dhikala area of Corbett National Park is probably the finest unspoilt and abundant in wildlife area existing in Northern India, very rich source of wildlife, fauna and flora and that has extreme natural beauty. The Dhikala Forest Lodge built in the year 1936 is situated on the edge of the Ramganga Reservoir overlooking the forested hills of Kumaon & Garhwal.
Bijrani Forest Zone is also a part of the spectacular Jim Corbett National Park. It is also at par with the famous Bijrani Forest Zone. Bijrani Forest Zone is blessed with all the flora and fauna found in Corbett Park. Bijrani gives a tough competition to Bijrani zone while the tourist's preferences are concerned. The zone is very calm and quite
Jhirna Zone is one of the popular zones among the six ecotourism zones in the Corbett National Park. The Corbett National Park is divided into the six tourism zone among which Jhirna zone is added much later in 1994. In order to extend the Tiger reserve zone, the farming lands of the Jhirna village and other two villages were included in the reserve territory..
The Gairal Rest House is the best forest house after the Dhikala rest house in the Dhikala zone. This place is a precious gem situated cozily in the lap of nature away from the crowd and chaos of the city. It is located around the 13 km from Dhangarhi, the entry gate of Dhikala zone and around 40 km from the Ramnagar city.
The southernmost ridge of Sarapduli Forest Lodge houses the Bijrani and Malani forest rest houses. As the tourists move on the northern side of the northern ridge, they would come across a road running through the reserve forest area. The southernmost ridge houses the rest houses of Loha Chaur, Rathuadab and Mundiapani
Khinnanauli is arranged amidst Khinnanauli chaur, this woodland hotel is an amazing tiger domain. It is one of most as of late fabricated gaining strength homes Corbett. Its key site offers a simple getaway to the different parts of the recreation center. This Khinnanauli Forest rest house is a superior spot to observe the characteristic vegetation close to Corbett Park.