This famous waterfall is yet another matter of pride of the much-acclaimed Corbett National Park. Twenty-five kilometres from Ramnagar, in the thick teak wood jungles, is a narrow winding road of 1.7 kilometres that takes one to the awe-inspiring Corbett Falls. Falling from a height of 20 metres, the Corbett Fallsis surrounded by dense forests with a rich diversity of plant and bird species. The silence in this zone and the serene surroundings make this spot ideal for bird-watching and Nature walks. The spectacle is much more enticing than Kempty Falls of Mussoorie and is a famous camping hideout, picnic spot and trek route.
To encourage awareness about the Corbett Falls and make it more accessible to the public, the Forest Department is taking necessary measures to provide all amenities, and regular public and private transport services are available that make this spot convenient for Nature enthusiasts and tourists.
Photography is allowed free of cost and bathing is permitted in the Corbett-Fall, but is risky due to the slippery moss gathered on the stones.