Explore the unknown glamping sites accessible by trains 
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Explore the unknown glamping sites accessible by trains 

Ramnagar, the nearest railway station to Jim Corbett National Park, famous for connectivity

Explore the unknown glamping sites accessible by trains 

India's national parks, mountains, deserts, and coastal regions are simply amazing for traveling around. Recent travel trends include Glamping which is a combination of Glamorous Camping and this is ideal for those who love to go for outdoor adventures. It's camping with more comfortable lodgings. India's fifth-largest rail network makes many popular glamping spots accessible by train.

Some lesser-known train-accessible glamping destinations:

Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand

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Jim Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand is a popular glamping spot for wildlife viewing. The national park offers luxurious and high-tech glamping. Luxury resorts on the Kosi River provide pleasant atmospheres and verdant gardens. Glamping here also lets visitors see uncommon animals and birds. Ramnagar, the nearest railway station to Jim Corbett, is well-connected with rest of India.

Kanatal, Uttarakhand


Kanatal is a quiet hill station situated near Mussoorie and Dehradun,. Travelers and glampers will love Uttarakhand's lovely valleys. It is a 5-hour trip from New Delhi and easily accessible by train. Organic Hideaways opened Eco Glamp, a popular glamping site. The country's largest Glamping resort offers outdoor living in Geodesic Domes for comfort, safety, and luxury. Eco Glamp has also maintained the region's ecological balance, benefiting tourists and locals.

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Sujan Jawai Leopard Camp, Rajasthan


People worldwide love to see leopards. Tourists go across India to see the nocturnal, athletic animals, which are noted for climbing. Leopard spotters can stay at Pali, Rajasthan's Sujan Jawai Leopard Camp. The area is a large cat hotspot because locals and leopards coexist peacefully. The glamping site offers tents, spas, wellness programs, and bonfire food. Importantly, the Pali camp is easily accessible by train, making it a future hotspot.

Jaisalmer, Rajasthan

Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, is known for desert glamping, a growing vacation trend. Jaisalmer, with its magnificent dunes and rich culture, is a great place for luxury glamping. Many luxury camps for tourists are in the Thar Desert. Glamping in Jaisalmer is amazing, with desert safaris, camel rides, dinner beneath the stars, and folk dances and music. Jaisalmer has good train connections to the rest of India.

Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh

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Kanha National Park is very famous all over the world. Tigers and wildlife can be seen at this stunning tourist location. Most notably, Kanha is now a very popular destination for glamping with their multiple options equipped with luxury tents. Travelers can also enjoy outdoor seating, pools, spas, restaurants, and wildlife tours. Kanha National Park is accessible by train from Jabalpur, Gondia, and Nagpur.