If you’re looking for a getaway from the hustle-bustle of cities, from a concrete jungle to a real jungle, the best place for you to visit is Jim Corbett National Park. 

Jim Corbett National Park is the oldest established national park and animal sanctuary in India. For visitors to this national park, experiences are not limited to cater to only wildlife lovers – there’s a huge range of fun and experiences for every kind of traveller. Similarly, the variety of accommodation offered here is wide; there is something for everyone. 

We have compiled a list of the best and the most memorable places to stay while visiting Jim Corbett so you don’t have to. Have a look at this comprehensive list of hotels, resorts, camps, homestays and hostels to plan your next trip into the lap of nature.

1. Jim’s Jungle Resort 

Jim’s Junlge Retreat is a wildlife lodge, perfectly set between the Himalayan foothills in the north and the ancient Shivaliks in the south. The property is set in acres of lush green opens which will set you up for plenty of opportunities to sight birds and animals.

You can visit the hotel’s website here.

2. Acorn Hideaway Resorts 

If you’re looking for the ultimate luxury experience in Corbett, Acorn Hideaway Resort is the spot. This resort is built in a way that ensures maximum privacy and seclusion – the perfect idea for a little pampering away from life. It is also ideal if you’re planning something with your family and kids, as the resort has plenty of nature-focused activities for kids. 

You can check out their website here

3. LaTigre Resort Corbett

LaTigre Resort offers a spacious yet cozy feel to staying near the animal sanctuary. Enjoy a night by a bonfire under the stars, or even trying sleeping a tent, courtesy of the resort. They arrange for jungle and sight-seeing tours for their guests as well. 

You can check out the website here

4. Aahana – The Corbett Wilderness 

Aahana resort is highly rated with sustainability at the heart of every endeavour at the resort. The many experiences they offer are unique and low-impact on the environment, and their eco-initiatives have even won awards. Even their food is made from organic local produce, and the chefs offer multiple menus catering to your dietary needs. 

You can check out the website here

5. Vanghat 

Vanghat is one of the most remote wildlife lodges in the area, located on a secluded riverbank. In fact, it is so secluded that you can reach it only by a 1.8km cross-country hike or by 4×4, and then a raft over the Ramganga River. The lodge is camouflaged well with its surroundings, it is tough to figure out where the lodge ends and where the wilderness begins. 

You can check out the lodge here.  

6. Camp Riverwild 

If you’re looking for a camping experience without compromising on your comfort, then Camp Riverwild is the real deal. It brings the best of both worlds and offers safaris, nature walks and bird-watching trips. 

You can check out the property here

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7. Jaagar Corbett

Jaagar is a exclusive boutique hotel comprising of private villas set over 7 acres of land. They have a strong focus on organic produce for their food, growing their own organic vegetables – they have their own orchard for fruits and an apiary for honey, all at the resort. 

You can check out the hotel here

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8. Brys Caves

Brys Caves is the only cave-themed resort in the area. It combines the rustic vibes of caves and adorns it with a modern tinge. The whole property is quite unique, and they call their rooms ‘caves’, because duh. 

You can check out this unique resort here

9. The Den Corbett

The Den Corbett is the first resort in the Jim Corbett, dating all the way back to 1989. The resort has a badminton & volleyball court on the property, and they’re pet friendly too. Perfect for a little paw-cation with you and your furry babies. 

You can check out the property here

10. Tanhau Homestay

Tanhau is a collective 3 cottages, set far away from where you’d expect all the crowd. Only 2 of these cottages are situated on top of isolated hills, and both of them boast of killer 360° views and are the ideal spot for peace and tranquility. 

You can check out this homestay on their website or on AirBnB

11. The Roar, Corbett

This spot is perfect for a family vacation. There are plenty of activities and amenities for children around the resort, and it’s a great spot for functions and parties. A wholesome holiday for every member of the family. 

You can check out the website here

12. Corbett Treat Resort 

Corbett Treat Resort is a great stay if you’re looking for something affordable. The resort offers tons of recreational activities like badminton, ludo, carom, chess, playing cards and cycling expedition. The highlight of this resort is at nighttime – stargazing with telescope and jungle watching with special night vision binoculars from the roof top. They even have an in-house library. 

You can check out the resort here