Sarapduli Forest Lodge

About Sarapduli Forest Lodge

Sarpduli is one of amazing and verdant places to come across in Corbett for the tourists who are just pretty keen to see the Corbett’s wildlife such as Tiger, elephant and several other varieties of animals. Sarpduli Forest Lodge is strategically located on Dhangarhi-Dhikala road. It is positioned downstream from Gairal on the verge of the southern bank Ramganga while the northern bank is elevated on to a strong peak. Sarpduli is also an ideal place to see the crocodiles and bird watching.

The southernmost ridge of Sarpduli Forest Lodge houses the Bijrani and Malani forest rest houses. As the tourists move through the northern side of the northern ridge, they will come upon a forest road running through the reserve forest area. The southernmost ridge houses the rest houses of Lohachaur, Rathuadab and Mundiapani, This forest road bounces from the Vatanvasa gate at the western extreme straight into the Durgadevi gate between Mohan and Marchula in the east.

Best Time to Visit

The forest lodge is open all through the year and is therefore accessible just any time. There can also be modifications in the timings and for which reason you should also check with the Jim Corbett authorities. If you are seriously thinking about choosing the right time to visit Sarpduli Forest Range, it would indeed be beneficial to read through the list of instructions.


There are two rooms to stay and one 4 bedded dormitory.
There is the list of Hotels which offer the photographs, brochures and several other types of promotional materials as the result of which you will get through some of the best and real time options to spend your time in the Sarpduli area. You can get through the information update on the accommodation from Jim Corbett tourist national park. It is also quite necessary that you confirm and check through the reliable ways, which would meet you along in the right way and in right direction.

Prohibitions at Sarpduli Forest Lodge

Alcohol and non-vegetarian food not allowed. All your personal and non-biodegradable remains like tin cans, plastic, glass bottles, metal foils etc. should be put into a carry bag and you should dispose it off in a proper manner.
Make sure that you check with the authorities on the restrictions. You should not be able to make any crossover to break the rules and regulations which affect the flora or fauna species of region.

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