Khinnanauli Forest Lodge
Khinnanauli Forest Lodge: A Taste of Luxury Amidst Lush Greenery
About Khinnanauli Forest Lodge
The Khinnanauli forest lodge is a guest house reserved for VVIP persons in the Dhikala zone of Corbett national park. It is situated 26 km away from the Dhangarhi gate and comes on the way to Dhikala forest lodge. The guest house is strategically built close to the main safari areas.
Located amidst Khinnauli chaur, the Khinnanauli forest lodge is a wonderful tiger domain. From here, visitors can access different parts of the recreation centre. Staying at Khinnauli forest lodge will offer visitors a substantial view of the rich vegetation growing close to the Corbett national park. The location of the lodge makes most parts of the national park easily accessible.
The Jim Corbett National Park is divided into six different zones and there are many forest rest houses spread across these zones where people can opt for overnight stays. The Jhirna forest lodge, Dhela forest rest house, etc are all maintained by the forest department of the park. The Khinnauli area has a large population of tigers and they are kept under strict observance so that the outside people cannot disturb them.
Khinnanauli Forest Lodge Facilities
The Khinnanauli forest lodge has three rooms which are airy and spacious enough for a comfortable stay. Each room comes with an attached bathroom with running hot and cold water facility. There is plenty of open space in the lodge campus for people to sit and relax in the evenings.
Khinnanauli Forest Lodge Food & Safety
The lodge is covered with solar wire fencing for extra protection. Food is cooked by a room attendant provided the guests fetch the ration materials for cooking.
Khinnanauli Forest Lodge Booking
When you stay at the Khinnanauli forest lodge, you can easily go for the jeep safari and elephant safari in the park or access other popular zones. For jeep safari, prior booking is mandatory for the stay at the lodge. For the lodge booking, please contact the forest department within the Corbett national park.