A 10kms stretch from Gazaari Greenz, Sitabani is famous for its religious association. The ancient temple at Sitabani holds mythological importance for Hindus. It is believed to be the place where Sita spent her years in exile and raised her children. Other than that, the thick and enchanting forest is a safe haven for wild animals Sitabani is deep inside the forest and is under ASI - Archaeological Survey of India. Ancient Valmiki temple is also located here. This forest houses wildlife like tiger, elephant, deer, sambar, barking deer, porcupine, king cobra and lots more..
When visiting Corbett National, do not forget to visit Kaladhungi a small village 35kms from the famous Corbett National Park and 15kms from Gazaari Greenz. Kaladhungi is popular for legendary hunter Jim Corbett’s residence and the tigers of Kumaon. Today, the residence of Jim Corbett is an inclusive museum housing souvenirs, relics and mementos related to Jim Corbett and his famed adventures.
Corbett Water Falls is 16kms from Gazaari Greenz . A 20mts high waterfall is enclosed by dense forests, echoing variety of sounds.
Corbett National Park
Situated at a distance of 26kms from gazaari greenz, corbett national park is one of india’s premier wildlife reserves. Corbett park has been popular among tourists and wildlife lovers from a long time. Tourism is encouraged here for the people to enjoy its splendid landscape and the diverse wildlife. In recent years the number of people coming here has increased drastically.
Garjia devi temple
Garjia Devi Temple, a huge rock in the midst of river Kosi is named after the local deity. The temple is situated 36kms from Gazaari Greenz on route to Ranikhet. The temple is visited by thousand of devotees from all over the country. A large fair is held here on Kartik Poornima.
Pangoot is only 25 minutes drive at a distance of 15kms from Nainital. The entire drive is through the forested area of China Peak Range via Snow View Point and Kilbury, the main habitats for excellent birding.
Kunjkharak is further 15kms from Pangoot at an altitude of 2600mts. An unexplored and an ideal place for solitude, the journey to Kunjkharak is an enthralling drive on a narrow path through dense forest. The place is famous for its exquisiteness and bird watching especially in spring when the migratory birds return.