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This resort in a mango orchard offers an intimate ambience. The Corbett Hideaway
is on the banks of Kosi River & only nine kms. from entrance to the main
Corbett Tiger Reserve. Pebbled walkways leads to the cottages which have baked
tiled roofs, stone tiled floors, woven bamboo mat ceilings & fire places.
Corbett Ramganga Resort, a WelcomHeritage Jungle Lodge, is located in Corbett
National Park, Uttaranchal, India, Known for its population of Tigers and has
rafting, fishing and adventure activities. It is spread over over 20 acres and
its very popular for its excellent location, facilities and hospitality.
Corbett Riverside Resort - Located on the edge of Corbett National Park and
reserve forest, the Kosi River runs alongside the resort for a kilometer, flanked
by cliffs and forest. This luxury jungle resort bordered by thousands of acres
of unspoiled reserve forest and winding trails is ideal for a relaxing holiday
to renew your spirit. The magical call of the wild is answered at Corbett Riverside
Resort. A Luxury jungle resort adjoining the famous Corbett National Park. With
its natural beauty, serenity and proximity to the National Park and the Reserve
Forest, the resort provides a unique opportunity to enjoy wild life within natural
Corbett Country Resort
Corbett country resort- Along the southern periphery of the Corbett National
Park, 13 kms from 'Bijrani' entrance, is Corbett Country Resort, sourrounded
by a reserved forest, with a panoramic view of the mountains in the backdrop.
Eight huts built with local material are comfortable, with all modern conveniences,
yet simple and close to nature in design. The huts are spacious with attached
modern bathrooms with hot and cold showers.
Corbett Infinity Resort
Named after Jim Corbett, the legendary hunter naturalist, Corbett national park
was originally established in 1936, as Hailey National Park. It was later named
Ramganga National park, before getting its present name in 1967. This is Indias
first National Park and one of her finest wildlife sanctuaries. The park stretches
over an area of 1300 sq. km (503 sq miles) in the Himalayan foothills with open
grassland, sal and riverine forest and the beautiful life-giving Ramganga River
that flows through almost its entire length.