The resort is located at 7 kms from Ramnagar at Dhikuli. The Corbett tiger reserve is just across the road from the resort. The close proximity of the resort from both the gates Amdanda & Dhangarhi of the Corbett tiger reserve makes it idle for travelers looking forward to exploring the wildlife, flora and fauna of the forest.
Jungle Paradise Retreat Corbett is a Paradise in Jungle. The resort has a scenic assortment of 12 spacious mud cottages out of which 7 are AC cottages and 5 Non AC Cottages with adjoining baths with running water, room service, laundry, AC, color television etc. in a grove of mango trees. With bamboos and a blend of mud done on the interiors and typical thatched roofs, the cottages give a total vibrant environment.
Food & Restaurant
Cuisines - Indian, continental, Chinese and Local Kumauni
Jungle Paradise Retreat Corbett also has a Multi cuisine restaurant with in house spacious dinning with color television and music system. The rounded circular hut and dining area, make it an intrinsic part of the hills around it.
Conference & Banquet
Jungle Paradise Retreat Corbett provides all the modern facilities and the dinning has very spacious area which makes it a very good location to hold meetings and small parities etc. The services and facilities with the warm hospitality of the staff make the gathering worthwhile.
Facilities & Activities
Jungle Paradise Retreat Corbett have all the modern amenities like in house restaurant, doctor on call, AC & Non AC accommodation, in house activities, arrangements of jungle safaris, travel desk, relaxing Hammocks under the shade and sun. The resort provides a number of activities like Chess, Carrom Board, Badminton, Tennis Cricket & more. Outdoor Adventure - Arrangements for Rock climbing, Parasailing/Paragliding, Rappelling, River crossing, Angling, Swimming in river Kosi.
Aero sports: Power Paragliding, Parasailing
Jeep Safari, Elephant Safari, Rock Climbing, River Crossing, Slithering, River Jumping, Paragliding, Fishing, Nature walk, Treasure Hunt, Rafting, Bungee Jumping, Jungle Trekking
Garjia temple, Phool Tal, Jim corbett museum, Corbett Fall, Day visit to Nainital, Day visit to Ranikhet, Eco tourism center Chuna khan, corbett's village Choti haldwani near Corbett fall, Corbett's house in Kaladhungi
Nature Walk (2-3 hrs) in the reserve forest area just across the road from Jungle Paradise which is rewarding to study the flora and bird life of Corbett.
About Corbett National park
Corbett National Park is the oldest National Park of the Indian subcontinent. It was established on 8th August, 1936 with an area of 323.75 sq. kms and was named after Jim Corbett in 1957. In 1966 an additional area was added to Corbett National Park bringing it to its present area of 520.82 sq. kms. The Corbett Tiger Reserve is spread over 1288 sq. kms. and includes apart from Corbett National Park, additional areas of Sonanadi Wildlife Sanctuary and Reserve Forest buffer zone . The Park has a spectacular bio diversity- 110 species of trees, 51 shrubs, 27 climbers, 37 grasses, 50 endemic species of mammals, 26 reptiles and 7 amphibians.
There is considerable variation in the climate. Summer temperatures may go up to 43°celsius and winters may be as cold as upto 3° celsius
What to carry
Winters – (November to March): Heavy woolens, Wind cheaters, Comfortable walking shoes, Scarves, Binoculars Summers – (Rest of the Months): Summer clothes, Comfortable walking shoes, Hats, Binoculars.
Deposit all litter at predetermined collection points
Wear dull colored clothes when visiting the forest
Report your positive or negative observations to the authorities
Respect local traditions, customs and religions
Plant trees where possible
Reduce the use of paper
Use water sparingly
Do seek permission when photographing local people in their homes
Wear appropriate clothing. Keep body parts covered from dust, insects and strong sun
Use toilets at authorized places only
Observe all the rules and regulations as laid down by the park authorities
Employ authorized guides only
Let nature have the right of way every time
Do not smoke in the forests
Do not make noises/talk loudly inside the forest
Do not walk into the forest by yourself
Do not encourage begging
Do not collect plants or pluck flowers
Do not touch anything in the forest if you can avoid it
Do not dispose-off garbage or pour detergent in the river
Do not use flash guns when photographing animals
Do not use polythene bags
Do not carry food with strong aroma into the forest
Do not play radios inside the forest
Do not carry fire arms into the forest
Do not make campfires
Do not feed animals and birds in the forest
|Room Type||Tariff (EP Plan)||Inclusion|
|AC Mud Cottage||Rs 2800||Accommodation on Double Sharing, All Taxes|
|Non AC Mud Cottage||Rs 2200||Accommodation on Double Sharing, All Taxes|
|Extra Bed||Rs 800||Ground Bedding, All Taxes|
Non AC Cottage: 2 Nights/ 3 Days APAI Package:
Cost per Couple: Rs 7500
AC Cottage: 2 Nights/ 3 Days APAI Package
Cost per Couple: Rs 8000
Welcome drink on arrival (Non Alcoholic)
Morning Bed Tea
Accommodation for a couple in Jungle Cottage
Meals on APAI Basis Breakfast, Lunch (Veg) and Dinner (Veg, Non-Veg)
Guided Nature walk through forest
Evening tea with cookies
Child (5 to 12) - 25% of the package cost
Child/Adult (12 yrs and above) - 35% of the package
Child below 5yrs is Complimentary
The standard check-in time is 12:00 noon and check-out time is 10:00 morning. Early check-in and late check-outs are on request and subject to availability.
Transport is not included in any package.
Jeep Safari: Rs 4000 (Max 6 Person per Jeep – Indian Nationals)
Elephant Safari: Rs 3500 (Max 4 Person per Elephant – Indian Nationals)
Rock Climbing: Rs.150 per person
Slithering: Rs.150 per person
River Crossing: Rs.150 per person
River Rafting: Rs.1200 per person
Fishing: Rs.1800 + Govt. taxes
Sight Seeing: Rs.300 per person to Corbett Fall & Museum
Para Gliding: Rs.800 per person