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FACT SHEET
How to get there?

When you get to Nainital or Kaladungi, proceed to Barapathar. A turn at Barapathar leads you to Pangot via Snow View Point & Kilbury.
After reaching Pangot, the approach to the lodge is a short downhill walk (5 minutes) through the terraced fields. The luggage is transferred by our staff while you are exprected to carry your own daypack, handbag, camera bag etc. From Delhi

By Road
Drive from Delhi via Kathgodam and Nainital: 8½ hours A marked road map is available on request.
Drive from Delhi via Ramnagar (Corbett National Park) and Kaladhungi: 7½ hours

By Train
Overnight air-conditioned train from Old Delhi railway station (departing at 2245 hr.) to Kathgodam (arriving at 0615 hr.) and then 2 hr. drive to Pangot via Nainital. Pick-up/ drop at Kathgodam RS can be arranged.
Overnight non air-conditioned train from Old Delhi railway station (departing at 2245 hr.) to Ramnagar, Corbett National Park (arriving at 0500 hr.) and then 2½ hr. drive to Pangot via Kaladungi.

What to Carry?

Personal medical requirements and insect repellent.
Travelling light is a good idea, one duffel bag and a day pack per person
Camera & Film roll
Flashlight

What to wear?

Jungle Colours such as beige, brown, khaki and olive green which are least disturbing to the environment and therefore most appropriate comfortable safari clothes and shoes made for easy walking are recommended.
Light woollens are suggested for the summer months.
Rain gear is essential for the monsoons.

How is the weather?

Winter - October to March
The days are nice and crisp, but the nights get cold. Great season for bird watching and mountain views.

Summer - April to June
Cool days with pleasant nights. Good birding.

Monsoon - July to September
Cold days and nights. Good for resident birds.