Dhikala Forest Lodge
Dhikala Forest Lodge is the long-commonplace and most preferred destinations in Jim Corbett National Park. It is set at the edge of the Patli Dun valley. River Ramganga streams in various channels from here. Dhikala forest lodge is managed and run by forest department under Jim Corbett national park.
The Dhikala Forest Rest House which is found 30 Kms within profound backwoods Dhikala Safari zone can be approached by Dhangarhientry gate which is situated on Ram Nagar Mohaanroad. Corbett Museum is also situated at Dhangarhigate.Any Private vehicle entry is restricted to Dhikala.The heaven for wildlife enthusiast Dhikala is located on Banks of river Ram Ganga where river bed of Ram Ganga has huge grasslands which is home of a lot of wild creatures and fowls , accessibility of water , grass is perfect circumstance for herbivore creatures, and on account of herbivores flesh eater animals are additionally discovered listen. You can hear boisterous roars of wild elephants while sitting in rooms at Dhikala Forest Rest House. Group of elephants, deers pack and different animals can be effectively seen in popular DhikalaChaur. it is also home to numerous types of well evolved creatures and reptiles and you can get a chance to see the Royal Bengal Tigers. Ramganga Reservoir is a perfect spot to watch Crocodiles and Gharials relaxing in the banks of Ramganga whereas Hog Deer is another attraction of Corbett Tiger Reserv. Old healing home in Dhikala is an authentic structure, having been manufactured more than a hundred of years.
Our Dhikala Tour Package provides opportunity to feel the calmness of Ramganga and wilderness of Jungle at a time in Corbett National Park.
Accommodation (Dhikala Forest Lodge)
Dhikala forest lodge is classified as follows:
Old Forest Rest House: No of rooms -05.
New Forest Rest House: No of Rooms – 04.
Hutment: No of rooms 06
Dhikala Annexes’: No of Rooms 07
Cabins: No of Rooms 06
All Range quarters: No of Rooms 04