Dhikala is the largest and most beautiful tourism zone of Corbett Tiger Reserve consisting of large grasslands, river beds, sal, and mixed forests. Ramganga River flows through dhikala zone which supports a variety of wildlife in the zone. Dhikala is also popular amongst photographers and wildlife enthusiasts since it acts as a seasonal home to a large population of Asiatic Elephants and a good density of Wild Tigers. Dhikala has five forest rest houses, out of them Dhikala Forest Rest House remains the first choice of travelers. Dhikala forest rest house is the only forest rest house at Jim Corbett National Park which has electricity in rooms. Dhikala Forest Rest House is around 30 kilometers inside Corbett Tiger Reserve, this 30 kilometers route is full of towering sal trees, undulating jungle terrain, riverbeds, spectacular view of the shimmering Ramganga river.
The heart of jungle. It's surrounded by electrified fencing but no walled boundry. Tigers roam around here, but to spot them you have live inside for a day or two.
The best of place with Tiger sighting possibilities. It is so scenic that you would want to extend your stay every time. Wonderful place, delicious food and service
Nice forest rest house inside Jim Corbett national park. View of river is breathtaking from rear deck of guest house. Food is good. Every day one safari is organized from guest house.
Enjoyed nature and wild life. Recommend if you want to stay with wild life. Do not go there or stay there with lots of expectation about tiger because its typically a luck. You need to be at right place at right time.