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We stayed at Dhikhala for 2 nights in December 2017 as part of a 2 week long Northern Indian trip. Although the lodge itself has very basic accommodation, it somehow doesn't seem to matter... you are surrounded by the magnificent Jim Corbett National Park! Knowledgable...More
Stayed there with my family for 2 nights. Located deep inside the Jim Corbett national park, staying there was an experience in itself. We had number of safaris in our open hooded maruti gypsy and had an elephant ride.. though it's said the chances of...More
What a fantastic experience!
Now, as for the accommodations, I am attaching pictures! Yes, there was electricity at DFRH and it never went out. The food is good, the beds are hard as a board, the place was relatively clean, there is no heat. And...More
I am going to begin this review of Dhikala by giving a shout out to Saurabh Agrawal at The Indian Voyage. He is the person that made my family's time in Dhikala possible. Even though I prefer to research and arrange my own travels, I...More
Though we had several safaris around India. Jimcorbett was never on the cards. The stay here in Dhikala ..Which is 36 KM inside the deep forests is a heaven for wild life enthusiasts . We spotted a Tiger Just close to the Fence of the...More
Nobody can guarantee confirmed booking as it’s all about demand and supply. Dorms are good only if you are alone but I would not recommend for ladies and families, no unpleasant reports but it’s just about my own... More
Nobody can guarantee confirmed booking as it’s all about demand and supply. Dorms are good only if you are alone but I would not recommend for ladies and families, no unpleasant reports but it’s just about my own feeling!
If you stay inside the forest rest houses then you can’t to canter safari as that’s for day visit guests who can not afford to stay at forest rest house. If you plan to stay inside then you have to book gypsy who will be at your disposal throughout your stay. To experience glory Dhikala and best sighting chance I highly recommend you to book gypsy.
If you are unable to book safari and gypsy I highly recommend The Indian Voyage guys who will give their best shot to book everything needed.
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"All the rooms are basically similar, with views of the wide grass expanses and river just below the camp."