Pawalgarh Conservation Reserve
Pawalgarh Conservation Reserve, located in Ramnagar, Uttarakhand, is a pristine wildlife sanctuary known for its rich biodiversity and natural beauty. Established in 2012, the reserve spans over an area of approximately 58.25 square kilometers and is a part of the larger Corbett Tiger Reserve and it is nestled in the lush and expansive forests of Ramangar Forest Division, Ramnagar.
This stunning reserve boasts several small and babbling streams that weave through it, before finally dissipating into the KOSI and DABKA Rivers. Interestingly, this reserve is home to more than 33 different species of mammals, 365 species of birds, and over 400 species of flora – talk about biodiversity! The Pawalgarh Conservation Reserve sets the gold standard for eco-tourism in India, and provides a once-in-a-lifetime experience that truly connects you with nature, all while promoting conservation efforts. The reserve itself features breath-taking landscapes, stunning waterfalls, and an incredibly diverse range of wildlife that you can witness in and around the area.
Company: Pawalgarh Conservation Reserve
Address: Ramnagar Forest Division, Ranikhet Road, Ramnagar, Distic- Nainital, Uttarakhand-244715