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In this Constantly Progressing World there are Places that still Exist which are Wild & Untouched as a Reminder of Ageless Wonder & Beauty.
‘Jamoon, Corbett’s Hidden Treasure’ is a wildlife lodge situated on the banks of River Ramganga, nestled amidst a deep dense Sal forest, and located at the edge of Corbett Tiger Reserve in the foothills of Himalayas.
It is inspired by local tradition and based on the principle of minimalism. ‘Jamoon, derives its name from a local evergreen tropical tree – Malabar plum or Jamun (Syzygium Cumini) and also the name of the village it is located in.
It is an Untamed Secret Treasure of Corbett, Waiting to be Discovered.
CORBETT NATIONAL PARK, UTTARAKHAND STATE, INDIA
The Jamoon Bush Lodge was envisaged to preserve such an iconic place, to preserve the wildlife that inhabits area and collaborating with local communities to conservation of wildlife while preserve the local heritage, provide education and employment opportunities to locals and to promote sustainable tourism.
The Jamoon Bush Lodge is nestled amidst the deep dense forest., situated on the bank of River Ramganga at the edge of the Corbett Tiger Reserve in foothills of Himalayas in the state of Uttarakhand, India.
It has only few tented accommodation. It does not have electricity and internet, Phone network is limited to BSNL in certain areas only. We use solar lamps & inverter to light the place at night.There are attached washrooms with every tent with running water. Basic fitness is necessary to reach the lodge as it is only accessible on foot.
PHOTO OPPORTUNITIES AT JAMOON
The Jamoon Bush Lodge is located deep in the forest on the banks of River Ramganga. We have plenty of trails around which can be explored on foot for amazing photo opportunities.
The Jamoon has its own trail cameras which can be deployed by the guests to capture elusive cats and reptiles. If you wish you can also deploy your own cameras within our lodge.
We have our own hide overlooking a private waterhole frequented by creatures of day and night which can be used by our guests to capture behaviour of Big cats, elephants, birds and reptiles without disturbing them.
We have our own bird hide within the Lodge and have more than 300 species of birds in and around, some of which are permanent residents of the lodge. Go capture to your hearts content.
Since there is no electricity in and around the lodge The sky is lit with stars every night. Enhance your astro photography skills, who knows maybe you even discover a new star.
Try your hand at night photography under flashlight or backlit macro subjects. its a totaly diiferent world out there at night