Tucked away in the foothills of the Himalayas, the Jim Corbett National Park is rich in not only wildlife, but also history. The oldest national park in the country and the first member of the wonderful Project Tiger initiative, Corbett provides safe haven to the royal Bengal tiger as well as leopards, golden jackals and many more creatures of the wild.
A name inspired by the wild tuskers – “Tusker Bar”, invites you to experience its best drinks. From a sophisticated liquid version of easy-listening music to the strong liquid version of metal-rock; You name it and we will serve it!!
Remember the good old days when climbing atop a canopy was a great adventure? Relive those childhood moments at our multi-cuisine treetop restaurant that takes your fine dining experience to new heights, quite literally. There are two decks outside the restaurant where we gently hoist you high up into the foliage of the Corbett forests. As you savour gourmet delights take a look at the serene mountains surrounding you and the river Kosi, babbling with joy! Major portion of the Corbett wild is situated on the bank of River Kosi, so you never know, if luck permits, you might even spot a mountain goat (gorahal)!
Cuisine-North Indian Specialty,European,Multi-Cuisine,Asian
An amalgamation of the mesmerising beats of the live Indian folk music and delectable steaks over a roaring fire makes “Jim’s Grill” worth a shot. The scrumptious grilled delicacies and bonfire adds much needed warmth and zing, especially during cold winter nights.