Facilities for Corporate
In Room Facilities
Indoor Games includes Table Tennis, Carrom & Chess
Outdoor Games includes Cricket, Volleyball, Badminton & Soft Trekking
Cycling Rock Climbing Rappelling
Bird watching Jungle Drive, Nature walk.
The Corbett Tiger Reserve, established in 1936 is named after Jim Corbett the famous naturalist and legendry hunter of man-eaters. It is nestled between two Himalayan foothills encompassing a broad flat valley, in Uttarakhand state in North India.The Corbett Tiger Reserve is famous for its tigers, leopards and wild elephants. It is home to species of over 60 mammals, 30 reptiles and more than 500 birds. The Ramganga shelters the endangered fish eating crocodile the 'Gharial' and the Golden Mahseer, tor putitora, a scaled fresh.
These are Zones can be visited for safari
- Bijrani & Durgadevi (from 01 Oct to 30 June)
- Jhirna & Sitabani (round the year)
- Dhikala Zone (from 15 Nov to 15 May)
Morning safari - from 6 to 10 AM.
- Afternoon safari - from 2 to 6 PM.
- You are there fore advised to book the Jungle safari in advance.
- The morning safari can be booked in advance.
- The afternoon safari has to be booked in person on a first come first serve basis.
Jim Corbett national park is one of the most popular destination for bird watching in Uttarakhand state, the other two being Assan Barrage Bird Sanctuary and Binsar Wildlife Reserve. Housing a large scale of native and migratory birds, Corbett park holds significant place in the list of tourists who exclusively come to India for bird watching. One of the largest national parks in India, Jim Corbett offers ample opportunity for ornithologists and other nature lovers to recognize the sound of birds and catch their sight. An experienced naturalist guide is provided by the national park during the wildlife safaris which makes it easy for the tourists to grow sensitive ears and eyes for catching glimpses of number of birds.