Near By Places

Corbett’s wilderness is full of excitements and adventure. For leopards and tigers, it acts like home, birds live in peace, locals enjoy the greenery, and tourists find the nature therapeutic. This 2-day getaway is adventurous as well as relaxing. But if you’re planning an extended and exciting vacation, we suggest escaping you to following beautiful hill stations to visit near Jim Corbett National Park.


One of the most attractive hill-stations in India, Nainital allures with its pear-shaped lake, sunsets however are the most beautiful. Set aside sunrise plans for Snow View Point.


Just 20 km away from Nainital, Bhimtal too is known for its lake and the dam built on it. A islet on the lake has an aquarium, which is a popular tourist attraction here.


Naukuchiatal means the lake of five corners. In this city, this lake is the deepest lake of all lakes in the region and is fringed with paddocks and terraced fields.


Sattal is interconnected with seven freshwater lakes. This hill station is Centered around thick woodland, is a haven for migratory birds, which makes it one of the best places near Jim Corbett to visit for bird lovers.

Khurpatal Lake

Khurpatal Lake is one of the famous inland water bodies that adorn the landscape of Nainital. This Lake is Situated in its namesake hamlet, serves as the source for several natural springs that provide fresh groundwater for residents.


Rishikesh came into limelight as one of the most sacred settlements of Hinduism. Then, the city took a giant leap to please the adventure-junkies, and today Rishikesh is referred to as the Adventure Capital of India.


Ranikhet is One of the most romantic honeymoon places in Uttarakhand. It is a little town sitting pretty in the Himalayas. It is home to one of India’s best 9-hole hill golf courses, it opens a wide world of activities and experiences.


Almora is known for its cultural diversity. This most bewitching hill station is situated at an average elevation of 1,638 metres and is spread across a 5 km ridge atop Kashyap Hill. Being surrounded by the dwindling pines and old oaks.


Haldwani is known as the "Gateway of Kumaon", Haldwani is the third most populous city in the entire Uttarakhand. The name of this place is because of 'Haldu' or Haldina Cordifolia, a tree which was once found in abundance here.