Best Resorts in Corbett For a Great Vacation

There are two mandatory requirements for you to enjoy the natural beauty and diverse wildlife of Corbett National Park. The first of these is to stay in one of the best resorts in Corbett while the second requirement is to go on a safari that will take you to those areas where you will have the maximum chance of seeing wildlife from up close.

Corbett Hideaway is one of the finest resorts in Corbett while the others are The Riverview Retreat, The Hideaway River Lodge and Aranya Safari Resort. The various safari options are 4×4 vehicle safari, the elephant safari and the horse safari. For bird lovers there is a special birding safari while for anglers there are angling safaris as well.

Corbett Resort

The Corbett Hideaway is iconic. It is a paradise spread over an area of 10 acres. The interiors of the resort are warm and idyllic while the burnt red of the cottages form an impressive backdrop to the verdant environment. This is one of the finest resorts in Corbett with its charming cottages with their open sit outs. The cottages are independent and air-conditioned with a drawing room and a small kitchenette. You can opt for the exclusive villas as well with their two, three or four bedrooms depending upon the size of your group.

The numerous charms of Corbett Hideaway lie in its sprawling lawns, the pool and poolside bar, trained masseurs that will massage you back to normalcy and its fine eating places. These include Jim’s Grill House, the thatched outdoor restaurant, The Gurney House, the 20ft high-ceiling restaurant and The High Bank, the open deck-area next to the restaurant and overlooking the Kosi River where one can enjoy one’s meals listening to the gurgling river.

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