Camp Hornbill

Corbett Tiger Reserve


For the energetic ones who are not content with simply relaxing on a holiday, Camp Hornbill offers you a good value camping experience, with ample opportunity to enjoy various outdoor activities including cycling, trekking and bird watching. Moreover, as a community run venture, its open-hearted hospitality offers an insight into local village life bordering Corbett. Surrounded by dense forest lands and the River Khichadi flowing close by, nature comes to you with the region’s profusion of birds manifesting themselves from dawn to dusk with their musical chirping. The camp’s main open dining hall and other buildings use local materials such as mud and thatch. A simple garden and pond are features between the tents.
  • Guided nature walks with local village naturalists; birding trails; village walks; treks; mountain biking; rappelling; accompanied night walks in the buffer zone; river crossing on a rope line; water surfing; vertical rope ladder climbing.
  • The camp has 4 en suite mud cottages and 12 American safari tents (with separate bathrooms) equipped with camp cots, quilts, mattresses, and pillows. Kerosene and solar lanterns are used for lighting
  • Fresh vegetables from neighbouring villages are used in the camp kitchen. The menu is a simple mix of Kumaoni and Indian cuisines. 
  • Open all through the year.
  • Nearest airport - Delhi (290 km) 
    Nearest railhead - Ramnagar (10 km) 
    Nearest park gate - Bijrani (10 km)
  • Children of all ages are welcome.
  • From £39 From price based on lowest category room per night. Enquire direct to get full range of pricing and to book.
  • In-house lodge naturalist
  • Bikes

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Corbett Tiger Reserve

Driving through the cathedral-like arches of ancient sal trees, the meadows of Dhikala, or watching fish-eating gharial crocodiles hunt mahseer at Champion’s pool, all overlooked by the blue vistas of the Kumaon Hills, Corbett is, not surprisingly, one of the first parks that comes to mind when thinking of Indian wildernesses to visit. Named after the famous hunter, naturalist and author Jim Corbett who played a key role in its establishment, Corbett is the oldest National Park in Indi Read more>>

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