The Park was founded in 1936 and was called Halley's Park.Subsequently in 1955 the name of the park was change to Jim Corbett National Park in honor of the Late Edward James Corbett,the legendary hunter-naturalist turned author and photographer who helped in demarcating the Park's boundaries. The park is spread over an area of 530 sq.kms and has approximately 138 Tigers, 650 wild Elephant and a healthy population of deer Family. Which includes Sambars, Cheetal and Kakar. Apart from these one can occasionally spot the Indian Bison 'Gaur',Sloth Bear, The Himalayan Bear,Python and wild Boar. Corbett National Park is also a bird watcher's paradise with approximately 600 species of birds to its credit. It also is a haven to a variety of migratory birds during the winter months.
The Resort has 50 well appointed cottages with all modern amenities in clusters of two/three rooms and is a perfect blend of luxury and wilderness. The sound of flowing water of river Kosi gives a soothing and tranquil feeling to the in house guests.
A sumptuous buffet with exotic food is what a guest is welcomed to in the restaurant. Guests who wish to have a quiet dinner by themselves are welcomed to chose from the Ala-carte menu that the restaurant has to offer. The fire place in the restaurant keeps you warm and cozy during the cold winter nights.
For those who want to have a sundowner, the open deck along the river Kosi offers a spectacular view.
Business ServicesConference HallDoctor on Call.Internet access
Leisure and other facilities
Doctor-on-call.Express laundry / dry cleaning.Swimming poolTravel desk service
Fitness Centre.JacuzziSwimming pool.Telephone with direct dialling
Catering to the needs of corporate clients, equipped with all modern facilities the resort has a conference hall having a 200 pax capacity .