Activities in Ramgarh
Bird Watching: Ramgarh attracts myriad species of birds to its dense forests and green pastures. Wide variety of both resident and migratory birds can be spotted throughout the year.
Nature Walks: Ramgarh and its vicinity offers some remarkable forest trails and mountain walks. One can walk to Ramgarh market and back or walk further to Old Bungalows, Neemrana with majestic scenery accompanying you all the way.
Trekking: There are few easy treks in and around Ramgarh for the adventure seekers. One can trek to Devi Mandir which is 10 kms from Ramgarh and offers 360 degree panorama of the majestic Himalayan range.
Staying in Ramgarh
Plenty of accommodation options have mushroomed at Ramgarh ranging from private hotels, resorts to budget guesthouses and government-owned guesthouses (KMVN). One can also find the accommodation and Eco Lodges at Ramgarh at affordable prices.
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Ramgarh Food Guide
Being a small town that is slowly gaining tourists’ attention, Ramgarh is still a long way having fancy restaurants serving varieties. At best, onecan find few roadside dhabas that serve chief North Indian dishes along with few popular Chinese items like noodles, momos, etc. For tourists, best option is to dine at the in-house restaurants of the resorts and hotels in Ramgarh.
History of Ramgarh
The sleepy town of Ramgarh was founded by the British and was once the cantonment of the British Army. However, after Independence, the English people moved from this place, leaving their legacy behind in the form of the old colonial buildings, rustic bungalows, and the old rest houses that were used by the British officials in the past.
Some of the famous bungalows include the Old Bungalow of the 1830’s, the Vista and The Writer’s Bungalow of 1860. The irresistible beauty of Ramgarh had even inspired the iconic writers such as Rabindranath Tagore and Mahadevi Varma to create some of their masterpieces in Ramgarh.