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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
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.
Infinity resorts acts as base or part of a circuit for
one or several day excursions into the Kumaon hills on the excellent network
of roads. Activities from the Resorts include game viewing drives and bird-watching
outing, all accompanied by our experienced resident naturalists.
Arrangements can be made to combine a stay at infinity resorts with an overnight
stay at dhikala, gairal or sarapduli forest rest houses situated inside the
Corbett national park, subject to availability of the forest rest houses.
The area is famed for its excellent Mahaseer fishing, the great sporting fish
of the subcontinent. Fishing trips can be arranged for enthusiasts.
One can enjoy unrivaled views of the snow peaks of the Himalyas, leisurely boat
trips on the Nainital lake and pony treks through untouched pine forests.
A little further is Almora the starting point for several treks including one
to the Pinder Glacier and the old pilgrimage route to Mount Kailash in distant
Also within easy reach is white water rating on the Ganga at Rishikesh, on the
ancient pilgrimage route to Kedarnath, Badrinath and Gangotri.
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