Corbett Falls, Jim Corbett National Park

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Trek through the peaceful forests surrounding Corbett Falls, where thick jungles ring with sounds of cascading water and otherworldly bird songs. Observe birds, inspect native plant life, and photograph the picturesque 20 m (65 ft) falls. The forest department has provided all necessary facilities for camping, picnicking, and hiking. Meanwhile, public transport services work diligently, making the entire area easily accessible. Besides exploring the subtropical environment, you can also visit various tourist attractions nearby, such as a temple and a wildlife museum. See Corbett Falls and all Jim Corbett National Park has to offer by arranging your trip with our Jim Corbett National Park trip generator.
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Where to stay in Jim Corbett National Park

The longest-established national park in India, Jim Corbett National Park has a number of places to stay, either within the boundaries of the park itself, or just outside. A few guesthouses lie tucked in remote jungle locations, where advance reservations are a must. Alternatively, campgrounds provide a more budget-friendly, back-to-basics experience. Beyond that, highway 309 running north-southeast of the park has a number of resorts, hotels, and guesthouses.
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  • The Corbett falls located off the main Kaladhungi road offer a place to appreciate nature. Falls themselves are a small normally but i believe the rains must be feeding the falls and then it must be a...  more »
  • It is not so attractive during summer. It get's dry and very less water. Not so worthy to visit as we many great falls in our country.  more »
  • its a place where one cannot expect such a cute falls we travelled from the Kosi river to this area and were surpised to see such a cute small falls. you can take your vehicle from the gates to the pa...  more »
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  • Nice place. Don't expect any refreshments here as I believe it is inside forest area. Can't bathe in the falls. Just take pictures. You will need to take the vehicle till parking from main entry gate as it is quite a distance.
  • A small waterfall but beautiful nonetheless. After Corbett National Park, this is one of the places to visit in the vicinity. The actual waterfall is a short hike on foot from the main entrance, and the look is nothing short of mesmerising, one can stare for minutes and minutes at the waterfall and just soak in the nature. As we were making our way to the falls, we could see the clear water coming downstream on the right side. PS: One may notice some animals like monkeys here roaming around, but they won't bother unless you bother them first. Just steer clear and you will be fine.
  • Nice place to visit. You can walk for 2 km between the forest to reach here or can go by your vehicle. I suggest you walk as the view is too good. The waterfall is nice not very big but beautiful. A must place to visit as the road is more beautiful than the destination.
  • I visited in the month of April. I am from Bangalore and i was not impressed by this location. Very small falls and nothing else to do here. Weather was hot and i did not spend too long here. Entry fee: Rs. 50/- person and Rs. 100/- car (Innova)
  • There is nothing over but just a small water fall from a very small height that too is closed completly....u pay the entry fees over there just to see water falling...go there only if some extra extra time....or else search other better...