Uttarakhand Forestry Training Academy

Haldwani, Nainital (Uttarakhand)

Jim Corbett Park, Ramnagar

Jim Corbett National Park is a wildlife sanctuary in northern India’s Uttarakhand State. Rich in flora and fauna, it’s known for its Bengal tigers. Animals, including tigers, leopards and wild elephants, along with hundreds of species of birds. View site

G. B. Pant High Altitude Zoo, Nainital

Pt. Govind Ballabh Pant High Altitude Zoo is a high altitude zoo situated in Nainital, Kumaon. Established in 1984 and opened to public in 1995, it is situated on the Sher Ka Danda hill at a height of 2,100 metres above sea-level and is spread over 4.6 hectares. View Site

Uttarakhand Forest Research Institute

Research wing of Uttarakhand Forest Department has conserved total 1823 species through in situ and ex situ conservation measures. Out of these, 1748 species have been identified and 75 are yet to be identified. 
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Naina Devi Himalayan Bird Reserve

Spread across a massive land area of about 11,192 hectares, at an elevation of 2,084 meters above sea level is the Naina Devi Himalayan Bird Reserve. The bird reserve lies in the Kilbury and Pangot area, 15 km away from Nainital. Naina Devi Himalayan Bird Reserve houses more than 200 rare and endangered bird species

Corbett Falls, Kaladhungi

Corbett Falls is a scenic water fall located at 25 kms from Ramnagar. Developed as a picnic spot for tourist, Corbett Water Falls is surrounded by dense teak wood forest which extends its natural beauty. Sound of the waterfall makes perfect melody with chippings of the birds.

Jim Corbett Museum Kaladhungi

Corbett Museum is just more than a museum near Kaladhungi. Historians, heritage and wildlife lovers take a must visit to this special museum. Once a place of stay during winters for renowned hunter turned environmentalist Jim Corbett, this museum display amazing belongings of him.

Botanical garden Nainital

Himalaya Botanic Garden (HBG) has been established in scenic 26.9 ha of subtropical forests near the picturesque town of Nainital. It is also a center for ecotourism with large number of attractions for tourists towards nature.

Moss garden nainital

Uttarakhand forest department has dedicated the newly-built Moss Garden to the people, claiming that it is the country’s first such garden, spread over 10 hectares in Kumaon’s Nainital district. Mosses generally grows in a damp environment and do not need much sunlight. 

Pawalgarh Conservation Reserve

Pawalgarh Conservation Reserve (PCR) is opposite to the famous Jim Corbett National Park. This naturally enclosed place is nestled in the foothills of the mighty Himalayas. The dense Sal forests of Pawalgarh Conservation Reserve is a  home to varied wildlife like tigers, leopards, elephants, spotted deer, sambhar, wild boar etc

Nandhaur Wildlife Sanctuary

The National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) has prescribed Nandhaur Wildlife Sanctuary to be the third tiger save in the state, before that, it was a Shivalik Elephant Reserve since 2002.  Nandhaur is by all accounts very encouraging for tiger preservation according to the part secretary of NTCA  View Site

Girija Devi Temple

Garjiya Devi Temple is a famous Hindu pilgrimage site that is dedicated to Goddess Parvati. This temple is located on the outskirts of Corbett National Park in Garjiya village near Ramnagar.  temple is built on a rock in the middle of Kosi River. In order to get to the top of the temple, one has to climb a steep staircase

Fato Tree House

After a long time, tourists’ wish of staying the night in rooms built on tall trees in Uttarakhand’s Phato Zone/Fato is about to be fulfilled.  Now the dream of living in a treehouse in Ramnagar will come true. one will get the thrill of staying in a tree at night in the middle of a dense forest. 

Gaja Research Range, Jeolikote

Gaja Research range is headquartered in Gaja, Jeolikote at an elevation of 1250m above mean sea level near Nainital Road NH 109. It was established under Silviculturist Hill Division as a research unit in the year 1962 and was later upgraded to an independent Range

Research Nursery Lalkuan

The tarai  area of Nainital district with vegetation from Subtropical deciduous dry and moist forests to Temperate forests are covered by the range.  The primary goal of Lalkuan Research range is to document and conserve various aspects of this biodiversity

IVRI Mukteshwar

The history of foundation of the mother campus of Indian Veterinary Research Institute at Mukteswar can be traced from the recommendations of Col. J.H.B. Hallen, who was appointed as the Chairman of the Indian Cattle Plague Commission to focus attention on livestock conservation  View Site


Nakuchiatal as the name suggests ‘lake of nine corners’ is a picturesque hill station adorned in the “City of Lakes” Nainital. The 175 feet deep, a placid lake is idyllically situated at an elevation of 1,220 metres above sea level.  Nakuchiatal is considered as one of the deepest lakes in Nainital


Commonly known as the ‘Lake District’, Nainital is nestled high up in the Kumaon Himalayas at an altitude of around 2,000 m above sea level. This beautiful town in surrounded by seven hills, popularly known as ‘Sapta-Shring’  visit site


Bhimtal is a lake city named after Bhima, the charismatic mythological character of Mahabharata. Revered for its aesthetic beauty, Bhimtal proudly sits at an altitude of 1,370 metres above sea level. view site

Khurpa Tal Lake

The emerald blue-green lake of Khurpatal is cradled in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand. It is encircled by the lofty pine and old cedar trees offering a gorgeous vista of the mountains


Known for its cultural diversity, Almora, this bewitching hill station is situated at an average elevation of 1,638 meters and is spread across a 5 km ridge atop Kashyap Hill. 


Sattal that literally suggests the ‘Seven Lakes’ is a scenic place  Sattal is a perfect destination for the  nature lovers, groups, families and the leisure seeking tourists.


Ramgarh is also known as ‘Fruit Bowl of Kumaon‘ as it houses verdant orchards of apples, apricots, peach, and pears. Ramgarh is earning good name by word of mouth from the tourists who visit this heavenly hamlet


Ranikhet carries centuries old imperial and colonial legacy and the beautiful garrison town, Today it’s the headquarters of the Kumaon Regiment. A legend says that a Kumaoni queen was enchanted by this tiny hill paradise and it’s in her honour that a palace was built here view site


Jageshwar is situated at a distance of 37 kms from Almora. Jageshwar is an important tourist destination of Kumaon and receives thousands of visitors every year. It is situated amidst dense Deodar forest with a stream flowing at its backyard view site

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