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Infinity Resorts
Jim Corbett National Park
Location: Dhikuli, Ram Nagar, Distt Nainital
Infinity Resorts, Jim Corbett  National Park, India
Infinity Resorts, Jim Corbett National Park, Uttaranchal, India

Infinity Resorts is situated in the himaliyan foothills on the banks of the Kosi River. Situated in the Kumaon hills of western Uttar Pradesh, it reflects a high standard of jungle accommodation which is unique in India.

BY ROAD
The route that one should follow is
DELHI - GHAZIABAD - HAPUR - GAJROLA - MURADABAD - THAKURDWARA - KASHIPUR - RAMNAGAR - INFINITY RESORTS

Approx distances and journey hours
Delhi : 290 Kms / 6 Hrs
Pantnagar : 60 Kms / 2 Hrs
Lalkuan :60 Kms / 2 Hrs
Ranikhet : 85 Kms / 3 hrs
Nainital 70 Kms / 2 hrs
Rishikesh 245 Kms / 6 hrs
Agra 350 Kms / 7 hrs

The lodge reminds one, of the famous African lodges. It has a distinct outdoor atmosphere, right down to the staff uniforms. The lodge has a typical jungle ambience with its huge wooden rafters in a dome-shaped split level mega-pagoda, which serves as a lounge with a cozy fireplace, a fully-stocked bar and a dining hall. The decor, the furniture, the artifacts, all capture the tough life of the jungle so loved by the legendary Jim Corbett. Its 24 twin bedrooms offer a panoramic view of the Kosi river with the backdrop of the Kumaon hills. Its lawns, set amidst a mango grove bring to life the bonhomie of outdoor zest and zeal with 'Chota Pegs' and small eats in the evening.

Infinity Resorts, Jim Corbett  National Park, India

Infinity Resorts is a strong believer in eco-tourism as not only is it important to travel to remote areas and enjoy and understand the biodiversity and cultural heritage of the area, but also to retain the purity and beauty of the wilderness.

Infinity Resorts, Jim Corbett  National Park, India

The most significant event that has taken place in this regard is the setting up of The Corbett Foundation. It is a private trust which is engaged in eco-developmental works in the buffer area with special emphasis on an awareness programme. It is earnestly hoped that the activities of the trust will further the cause of eco-tourism and it will become a pioneer organisation to further conservation efforts in and around the Cobett Tiger Reserve, including the tiger.

Infinity Resorts, Jim Corbett  National Park, India

Twenty four spacious twin-bedded rooms with adjoining bathrooms and individual private balconies stand in a grove of mango trees around a full sized swimming pool. Terra-cotta tiles, local marble stone and slate blend pleasingly in the main lodge building which is arranged on several levels to maximize enjoyment of the view. The circular lodge and dining area, complete with a fully stocked bar and cosy fireplace, jut out making it an intrinsic part of the river and hills around it.

Other facilities include indoor games, a conference hall with state of the art equipment, Childrens Park and even a medical center with resident doctors and an ambulance.

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Corbett National Park

 

About Corbett National Park, India

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, as homage to the deceased conservationist.

James Edward Corbett, better known to the world as Jim Corbett, was born at Nainital on 25 July 1875. In 1907, he killed a man-eating tiger... one of the many man eaters he was destined to kill. But Jim retained a 'compassion' even for man-eaters, as he realised that they killed humans only to appease the most primary instinct of hunger because some disability or injury prevented them from catching their normal prey. In many cases the disability or injury was inflicted by humans. The Government had granted him the ' freedom of the forests'. With his great abilities he became the first naturalist in India to start daylight photography of tigers in their natural habitat. In 1929 he produced a number of excellent films which he later gifted to the Natural History Museum in London. On 19 April 1955, he passed to the 'Happy Hunting Grounds' and was buried at Nyeri in the same graveyard as Lord Baden Powell. The Corbett National Park (map of the area) Corbett National park is famous the world over as the 'Land of the trumpet, roar and song'. In Corbett National Park apart from tigers some of the other cats which can be seen are leopards, jungle cats and leopard cats. Large herds of elephant are also found near Ramganga. The Park has a spectacular bird diversity. Over 500 species of resident and migratory birds have been recorded here. Peacock, kaleej pheasant, block partridge, pallas's fishing eagle, white collared falconet, storkbilled kingfisher, wall creeper, brown fish owl, brown eared and block bulbul and several species of woodpeckers & parakeets ore some of the attractive birds found within Corbett National Park. In 1966 an additional area was added to Corbett National Park bringing it to its present area of 520.82 sq. kms. Corbett Tiger Reserve is spread over 1318.54 sq. kms. and includes apart from Corbett National Park, additional areas of Sonanadi Wildlife Sanctuary and Reserve Forest buffer zone . Infinity Resorts... a beautiful and unique lodge...where comfort, style and adventure and nature combine to give you the holiday of a lifetime.

Over 50 mammals, 580 birds and 25 reptile species have been listed in Corbett, but it is most famous for the Royal Bengal Tiger. Another main attraction is the elephant and one may see a herd cross the road. The other wild life population includes the leopard and smaller cats, sambar, cheetal, barking deer, hog deer, wild boar, langur and rhesus monkeys, sloth and Himalayan black bear, gharial and muggar crocodiles, ghoral and a host of avian attractions, especially when the winter migrants are in residence. The park is a paradise for bird watchers.

Wild Animals Seen in the Corbett Tiger Reserve

Mammals : Elephant, Tiger, Leopard, Jungle Cat, Fishing Cat, Leopard Cat, Sambar, Cheetal (Spotted Deer), Scrow, Coral, Hog Deer, Barking Deer, Neelgai (Blue Bull), Wild Boar, Sloth Bear, Himalayan Bear, Civet Cat, Marten, Porcupine, Mongoose, Otter, Hares.

Reptiles : Python, Cobra, King Cobra and many other poisonous and non-poisonous snakes, Gharial and Mugger crocodiles, Turtle, Tortoise, Monitor Lizard.

 
 
 
 

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