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Corbett Waterfalls

Corbett Waterfalls (Naya Gaon) is situated 20 kilometres from BAZPUR. Thick teak wood jungles and a narrow winding road 1.7 kilometers inside is an out of the world experience. The best thing all along has been the chirpings of birds in the background and sound of flowing water.
The Corbett Waterfalls is surrounded by dense forests, the 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. The Corbett Waterfalls, a small but awesome view, is in the backdrop of scenic greenish forest. Full Moon light colored waterfall is really worth-while to observe. The area is admired as a camping site with a vast diversity of plants and birds. The wide area around the water falls provides very good parking and camping facilities. It is a very nice picnic spot.

Garjia Mata Temple:

An ancient temple of Garjia Devi is situated on the way to Dikhala from Ramnagar. Garjia Devi temple is situated on a huge rock in the midst of river Kosi. A large fair is held here on Karthik Purnima. It's a small boondock named after "Garjiya Devi Temple". The temple here is sacred place of pilgrimage or devi ka mandir (temple of Goddess) built over a mammoth rock in the centre of Kosi River.
A daily worship is offered to the temple goddess who is believed to protect her followers of all bad omens. A unique belief of the locals residing here is that the temple never submerges even during heavy floods, and is supposed to have existed for years without being effected. The sanctum sanctorum showcases its best during Kartik Poornima Fair, held once a year.

Jim Corbett House/ Jim Corbett Museum:

Jim Corbett Museum (Kaladhungi) is situated 25 kilometres from BAZPUR. It's a place called Jim’s house, which is now converted into a museum. Many visitors to Corbett National Park are not aware of this wonderful place.
Its an old place. The place is clean with lawns and flora well preserved and having a laid-back leisure charm in it. There are plaques, life size oil paintings, lots of text about Jim and his family, some of his furniture etc. It won't take you too long to cover the place but do take time out to read about him and his beliefs on eco-village, a model village. Often this place is not frequented by many and with its rusty old world building it gives a contrast feeling.


Sita Vani, as the name suggests, is associated with the Ramayana, a Hindu epic. It is believed that Sita, the protagonist of Ramayana, spent her days stranded in exile during the agnipariksha episode. Sitabani is a birdwatchers’ paradise and there is an ashram tucked away in the jungle. Panthers and other wildlife move to Sitabani when the tourist season is on in Corbett.

Jim Corbett National Park :

Jim Corbett National Park—named after the hunter turned conservationist Jim Corbett who played a key role in its establishment—is the oldest national park in India. The park was established in 1936 as Hailey National Park. Situated in Nainital district of Uttarakhand. The park acts as a protected area for the critically endangered Bengal tiger of India, the secure survival of which is the main objective of Project Tiger, an Indian wildlife protection initiative.

Nainital :

Nainital is situated 55 kilometres from BAZPUR via Kaladhungi. Nainital is referred to in the ‘Manas Khand’ of the ‘Skanda Purana’ as the Tri-Rishi-Sarovar,the lake of the three sages ,Atri,Pulastya and Pulaha who were reputed to have arrived here on a penitential piligrimage, and, finding no water to quench their thirst dug a hole and siphoned water into it from Mansarovar the sacred lake in Tibet.
The Second important mythological reference to Nainital is as one of 64 ‘Shakti Peeths’.These centres were created wherever parts of charred body of Sati fell ,when Lord Shiva was carrying around her corpse in grief .It is said that the left eye (Nain) of Sati fell here and this gave rise to patron deity of town Nainital . It is said that the lake is formed in the emerald eye shape . Naina Devi temple is located at the northern end of the lake . Thus name of Nainital derivated from Naina and the tal (Lake)