Ramnagar is one of the famed towns of Nainital district in Kumaon region in Uttarkhand state of India. It is beautifully nestled on the bank of river Koshi at an altitude of 345 meters above the sea level. It is the starting point to Kumaon hills. It also acts as gateway for Jim Corbett National Park. It attracts and lures the travelers and visitors by its aesthetic charms of Mother Nature in the form of snowy peaks and greenery.It is one of the Terai regions in Himalayas. It is well renowned for thick forests. Nainital and Corbett Park are the two man features which makes this Ramnagar more popular among tourists. It is an excellent place for fishing and camping. One can explore the wildlife in the midst of nature at its full bloom. It is also an ideal place for bird watching as it serves as natural habitat of variety of bird species. Ramnagar is also famous for litchi cultivation. Jungle safari is most loved fun activitybesides camping and fishing.
Places to visit
Jim Corbett National Park
It is the oldest national park in India. It was named afte ra famous British hunter Corbett who gave up hunting. There are around 585 bird species, 488 plants and shrubs. One can even get a glimpse of tigers and herds of elephants.
It is the residence of Jim Corbett. He stayed in this place during winter. It displays his books,personal items such as gun, fishing net, cap, photographs, bag and etc.
How to reach Ramnagar
Pantnagar airport is around 72 km from Ramnagar is considered nearest airport.
It has fine network of trains which connects Ramnagar to all major cities of India.
Ramnagar is well connected by road to all major cities and towns of Uttarkhand.
In summer 15-30 C and in winter 0-24 C. It is best visited between November to June.