Enjoy The Nature At Its pristine Best at the Corbett National Park

If you are planning to spend some time in the warm embrace of nature then the best place where you can expect some of the most exquisite flora and fauna along with the mighty nature at its pristine best is the Corbett National Park in India. It is India’s first National Park and one of its most beautiful park too. The park is situated in the Himalayan foothills amidst forested mountains that range from 400m to 1,210m in height. The river Ramganga flows through most of the park and it is believed that an ancient civilization once existed and lived on the banks of this river.

Corbett National ParkOne of the most notable fact about this park is that the hospitality industry is quire active in the region and makes sure that the people who come visiting the park get to enjoy some of the best moments of their lives here. Leisure Hotels is one group that has some of the best hotels and resorts in the place. The Riverview Retreat is one of their hotels that has everything in it to make the stay of the visitor here pleasurable and satisfying.

The resort is designed in simple yet stylish manner and would give you the freedom to relax at your own place. The Riverview Retreat has independent and air-conditioned cottages with drawing room and small kitchenette. The lodges are named as the Leopard lodges with 2 bedrooms, Tiger lodges with 3 bedrooms or the newly constructed Tusker Lodge having 4 bedrooms. Each of the bed room has attached bath and toilet. The rooms capture the Indian lifestyle in the most breathtaking manner. A visit to Corbett and a stay at this resort would simply make your trip the most successful one.

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