Ramnagar is a town that is referred to as the gateway to the Corbett National Park. It serves as a municipal board of the Nainital District and was established by H. Ramsay between 1856 and 1884. Earlier, this place was known as Ahichhatra and was the capital of Northern Panchala during the time of Mahabharata.
This town is also an entrance point for Chamoli and western Kumaon. It is famous for old tea gardens, which were developed by the British. Besides, the litchi farming of Ramnagar has gained immense popularity worldwide. There are many lodges and hotels available at this place, for tourists to stay.