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Attractions in and around Tarangi Ramganga to Keep You Enthralled

Who wouldn't adore a luxurious experience in a stunning environment? A jungle resort close to the Shivalik foothills of the Himalayas, Tarangi Ramganga Resort is situated in one of India's oldest national parks, Jim Corbett National Park along the Ramganga River banks.

And the best part. When you plan your staycation at Tarangi Ramganga, there are plenty of attractions to keep you enthralled. Bonkhal, which is 8 kilometres away and offers a breathtaking view of the Himalayas, is a popular destination nearby. Ramnagar is 35 km away, and it's only 40 km to the Manila Picnic Area and Manila Devi Mandir. The Jim Corbett Falls are 60 km away, Ranikhet is 74 km away, and Nainital is only 95 km away from the resort.

Follow along as we take you on a thorough tour of the encounters you can have while staying at Tarangi Ramganga for a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

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Ramganga River

The Ramganga River is the largest of Jim Corbett's few perennial water sources. The rain-fed river rises in the Lower Himalayas close to Gairsain. The river travels 100 km after its beginning before entering the national park. The river flows through the park for 40 kilometers before reaching Kalagarh and the plains.

Throughout its course through the Park, the river collects water from the Sonanadi, Mandal, and Palain Rivers. The river is home to aquatic species like mahseer fish, the threatened gharials, mugger crocodiles, otters, and turtles. The river draws a wide variety of migratory bird species, particularly water birds from Europe and Central Asia, during the winter months because of its abundant fish population. For many bird species, including kingfishers, fish eagles, terns, and storks, the river is an essential source of sustenance.

The river Ramganga flows directly in front of Tarangi Ramganga, a resort that is already breathtaking. Every room in the resort has a view of the river and the architecture is entirely linear. The river and the rooms are separated by a pretty sizable lawn.

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Jeep Safari at Jim Corbett

Located at the foothills of the Himalaya, the stunning Jim Corbett National Park, is close to the well-known hill town of Nainital and is well-known for having the highest concentration of tigers of any Indian national park.

The park is dispersed over the picturesque landscapes of Pauri Garhwal, Almora, and Nainital, covering a total area of 1318.54 sq km, of which 520 sq km is the main area and the remaining is a buffer. A must-do experience is the jeep safari through the thick forest to view wild animals in their natural setting. And if you're fortunate, you might even get a chance to see a tiger.

Bijrani, Jhirna, Dhikala, Dhela, and Durgadevi are the five different park zones that visitors can reserve a Jeep Safari or Canter Safari for online.

Himalayan View Point

Bonkhal: Himalayan View Point

The best thing you can do while staying at Tarangi Ramganga is to witness the icy Himalayan peaks in all of their glory. Bonkhal, located only 8 kilometers from the resort, provides a breathtaking, all-encompassing view of the massive Himalaya. Visitors can reach the location by hiking through the Corbett National Park forest or taking a Jeep Safari.

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Fishing & Angling at the Jim Corbett

The vast population of fish, especially the Mahseer and Goonch, call the Ramganga River, which runs through the park, home. The best locations for fishing tours in Corbett are Matwash and Rikawasi. There are numerous fishing opportunities along the river streams that flow through these areas.

The Kosi river also goes around the Corbett. This river originates in Mohan and empties into Ramnagar, forming Corbett's eastern border. The Kosi River is renowned for having a thriving Mahseer population. Between October and June, fishing is allowed in the Kosi River, and the best spots are Betalghat and Chhara.

Staying at Tarangi Ramganga is an adventurer's and wildlife photographer's dream. Away from the confines of everyday life, it is a journey into a world unspoiled by mechanization.

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