Village Pangot, via Nanital-Kilbury | Nainital, Pangot 263139, India
Lodge / Rest House
About Jungle Lore Birding Lodge
Jungle Lore Birding Lodge, Nainital is an ideal destination for bird-watchers and honeymooners alike. Travellers can see more than 250 species of birds in and around as recorded by the hotel. It is India's first birding lodge situated in a calm and peaceful surrounding. The lodge is excellent, with large open spaces inviting you to explore the property and the pretty rooms too are equipped with all modern amenities.
The exotic Jungle Lore Birding Lodge is located at Pangot budhlakot via kilbury road, Nainital. Pangot is a beautiful hamlet located at a distance of 15km from Nainital. The abundance of greenery, animals and birds species around is what makes this lodge a paradise. Wildlife lovers will definitely fall in love with the place.
The Jungle Lore Birding lodge offers a range of amenities like room service, front desk, housekeeping daily and 24-hour security. Travellers must venture outside and activities like bird watching and adventurous activities such as mountain biking and trekking during their stay.
The panoramic views of this quaint hamlet are simply stupendous. The lodge offers cottages which offer views of the same. A lot of natural sunlight flows inside the lodge all day, keeping it bright and warm. Basic amenities like running hot and cold water and heaters are provided as well.
Jungle Lore Birding Lodge Pangot Rooms
Magpie Cottage With Attic Koklaas Cottage Cheer Cottage With Attic Khalij Cottage
Jungle Lore Birding Lodge Pangot Amenities
Pangot - the bird paradise in Nainital Hills
India is famous world over for its rich flora and fauna. Pangot is one such beautiful hamlet in the state of Uttarakhand which lies just 15 km from the city of lake, Nainital. Walking into Pangot is like stepping into a remote Himalayan village. This birdwatchers' paradise has more than 250 species of birds in and around as recorded by Jungle Lore Birding Lodge.
Jungle Lore Birding Lodge is India's first and foremost birding lodge and has been key to birding success in the region.
The entire drive is through the forested area of Cheena Peak Range via Snow View Point and Kilbury, the main habitats for excellent birding. The forests of Pangot and surrounding areas are dominated by thick Oak, Pine and Rhododendron. The streams passing by the area makes it even more attractive place. The district of Nainital covers the tropical, sub-tropical, temperate, sub-alpine and alpine zones. The terai & bhabar belt presents the climate of the plains while the deep valleys with elevation upto 1000 Mts. play host to varied types of animal , birds, trees typical of hills as well as plains
One can see a variety of bird species along the way to Pangot such as Lammergeier, Himalayan Griffon, Blue-winged Minla, Spotted & Slaty-backed Forktail, Rufous-bellied Woodpecker, Rufous-bellied Niltava, Khalij pheasant are to name a few. One can also spot mammals such as Yellow-throated Himalayan Marten, Sambhar, Himalayan Goral, Barking Deer, Leopard, Civets, Yellow-bellied Himalayan Weasal, Leopard Cat, Serow, Wild Boar, Red Fox etc. The famous Corbett National Park is situated 80 kilometers from Pangot.
The hill station is visited in a huge number by tourists all round the year. The pleasant and spell bounding weather in summers and snow clad mountain peaks in winters attract visitors from all over the world. Pangot is a quiet and calm place which makes it an ideal destination for honeymooners too. It is an incredible place for bird watching, adventurous activities, mountain biking and trekking. The trekking trail starts from Pangot and leads to Naina Peak. Another one leads to Corbett National Park.
Located in the northwestern forest range of Nainital is the village of Pangot.
Surrounded by thick oak and rhododendron forest on three sides this lodge, it is a typical Kumaoni hill settlement with about 15 families.
One can still observe the age old lifestyle of the hill folk in Pangot.
Delhi- Hapur by pass - Gajraula - Moradabad by pass - From this point, where Moradabad by pass terminates, take "U" turn to left towards Moradabad city, travel 2 kms, then take right turn, this is the road going to Corbett, travel 7 km, take right turn to go to Tanda - Tanda - Darial - Bazpur - Shafakhan - Kaladunghi - Haldwani - Kathgodam - Nainital - Pangot ( 335 kms )