Corbett falls is amidst green lush environment which is accompanied by hints of wildlife and diverse flora. Read on to know more about this waterfall.
Corbett fall is located amidst a deep green forest that cascades down into a small lagoon like pool. The water flows down making its passage through rocks and offering a spectacle for spectators.
Corbett fall is located on the Kaladhungi-Ramnagar highway which can be reached from Ramnagar. One needs to cover a thick teak wood jungle and a narrow winding road which is 1.7 km long.
How to reach
By Road: Ramnagar which is the entry point of Corbett is well-connected to main cities and states.
By Rail: Nearest railway head is Ramnagar.
By Air: Nearest airport terminal is Pantnagar.
Where to stay
Of all the options available to a person in Corbett to stay, Corbett Machaan Resort is a recommended hotel owing to its affordable price and dependable services.
Water here cascades from a height of 18 ft.
Nearby Places to visit
- Corbett Museum: It is housed in a heritage bungalow of Jim Corbett which is located at Kaladhungi town. The museum houses the memory of life and activities of the eminent personality named Jim Corbett from whose name the name of museum is derived. At the museum tourists can find memorabilia connected to Jim Corbett. He was a well-known environmentalist, a staunch supporter of tiger conservation and hunter. The museum includes valued personal belongings and letters written by Jim Corbett and also those written to him by his friends with some rare photographs.
- Ramnagar: It is a town which was established and settled by Commissioner H. Ramsay between 1856 and 1884. Ramnagar is a gateway to western Kumaon and Chamoli. The nearby town named Haldwani is the starting point of Kumaon Hills. The tea gardens that are found in the town were developed during the British Rule. Ramnagar is well known for its extensive international litchi farming.
- Garjia Temple: It is established at a point where a huge rock is located in the midst of Kosi River in the village of Garjia. The temple is built on a small hill which is named after Goddess Parvati who is also known as Garjia Devi. Goddess Parvati is considered to be the daughter of Himalayas and it was after the discovery of idol of Goddess Parvati at this spot that the temple was created here. The temple is at a short distance from Ramnagar that makes tourists include this place in the list of ‘must see’ in Uttarakhand. Apart from the nearby attractive destinations the most spellbinding sight is the free flowing River Kosi in front of Garjia Temples. The temple is often visited by local devotes who offer vermilion, incense, coconut, lamp and red Chunri to Goddess Parvati. One can also find various idols of Baba Bhairon, Lord Ganesha, Lord Shiva and Goddess Saraswati.
- Jim Corbett National Park: The Park was established in 1936 and was named after its founder who was well-known conservationist and writer. Jim Corbett National Park was once known as Hailey National Park which later on gained the merit of being the first reserve to be awarded the title and statue of national park. It was in 1973 when Jim Corbett National Park with the aid of World Wildlife Fund came under the wider umbrella of Project Tiger. Jim Corbett National Park is spread over an area of520 sq km out of which 330 sq km forms the basic core area. The park is surrounded by mixed Sal forest and deciduous along with Savannah grasslands. Because of its Himalayan location the park also has several water bodies that enhances its beauty and supports the fauna around. Jim Corbett National Park is home to around 580 species of bird, 25 species of reptiles and 50 species of mammalian. Apart from these species the park also sustains deer, wild boars, leopards, jungle cats and many other animals.