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Dhikala Forest Rest Houses


Dhikala forest lodge

There are 4 forest lodges at Corbett Dhikala Zone which provide accommodation facilities to the visitors through the operational seasons.

  • Dhikala Forest Lodge
  • Gairal Forest Lodge
  • Sarapduli Forest Lodge
  • Sultan Forest Lodge
  • Only Dhikala lodge has fixed electricity line. Electricity in all the other rest houses are provided by solar panels.
  • Restaurant / Canteen – Dhikala and Gairal lodges offer canteen with buffet meals. Other lodges provide kitchen facility with room attendants.
  • Location – All the lodges in dhikala zone have excellent location and offers a wonderful view of forests and provides a rich and unique experience.
  • Safety – All the rest house except sultan are covered with solar wire fencing to keep away the animals entering the forest lodges.

Accomodation details of the Forest Rest Houses at Dhikala Zone

Dhikala FRH: Dhikala Forest Lodge has 25 rooms & 2 dormitory with 12 beds in each dormitory. 25 rooms are further divided into 5 categories. Old Forest Rest House – 5 rooms, New Forest Rest House – 4 rooms, Annexe – 7 rooms, Hutment – 6 rooms and Cabin – 3 rooms


Gairal New FRH

Gairal FRH: Gairal Forest Lodge has 6 rooms & 1 dormitory of 8 beds. 6 rooms are further divided into 2 categories. Old Forest Rest House & New Forest Rest House. Old Forest Rest House – 2 rooms and New Forest Rest House – 4 rooms


The Ramganga

Sarapduli FRH: has 2 standard rooms & 1 dormitory of 3 beds. Due to the proximity to the river in front, movement of tiger & elephant are more at Sarapduli forest lodge. For bird watchers & to see crocodiles, Sarapduli forest lodge is the best place.

Sultan FRH: Sultan FRH has 2 standard rooms. Sultan forest lodge is the first lodge you will come across, when you drive from Dhangari gate to Dhikala Lodge.


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