Things To Do at The Homestead - A Corbett Homestay

The Homestead Homestay in Corbett Ramnagar homestay lawn and aircraft flying area 6

Have the time of your lives with the fun activities and adventure experiences offered at The Homestead, these include:

a) Jungle Safari - Experience the beauty of the wilderness as you gaze in awe at the many creatures that flock the forests of Corbett.
b) Go Kart Track - An adrenaline rush like no other is offered to guests as they swerve down our go-karting track. Head here to experience all this and more! (Coming Up in October 2018)
c) Observatory - Gaze at the stars through our state-of-the-art telescope and get mesmerised by the beauty of our planet.
d) Golf Course - Whether you are a seasoned golfer or a novice, our golf course is ideal for you to practice your golf skills. (Coming Up in October 2018)
 

Homestead Adventure Trailar at The Homestead A Homestay at Corbett Country 2
Homestead Adventure Trailar at The Homestead A Homestay at Corbett Country 1

What makes our property unique is its location and the many attractions that surround the Homestead. Bird watchers are in for a special delight as they can spot the rare Pied Hornbill around the property during the Winter months. 


We organize all types of frolic activities at The Homestead and guide you to nearby tourist hotspots as well. Check out what's more on offer at the best homestay near Corbett National Park:

  • Elephant Safari
  • Visit Garjia Temple
  • Visit Jim Corbett's Museum
  • Visit Waterfall at Kaladunghi
  • Hike to Laduagarh Waterfall
  • Visit Dhangarhi Museum
  • River Crossing
  • Rock Climbing
  • Ultra Light / Powered Hand Glider Aircraft
  • 5 acres garden
  • Picnic by Kosi River
  • Tractor Ride in Ampani Forest
  • Artist studio with keen artists
  • Rappelling
  • Bird Watching 
  • Fishing on the Ramganga
  • Jungle Drive, Nature Walk

Corbett Park Jungle Safari

The Corbett Tiger Reserve, established in 1936 is named after Jim Corbett the famous naturalist and legendery hunter of man-eaters. It is nestled between two Himalayan foothills encompassing a broad flat valley, in Uttarakhand state in North India. 

Spread over 1288 sq. km., it is a paradise for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts. The Park is covered in dense wooded deciduous forests and has crystal clear waters of the Ramganga flowing through it. The grassland or ‘Chaurs’ teeming with game offer nature lovers a feel of the wild. The altitude of the Park ranges between 410 and 1220 meters, this enables a wide variety of flora and fauna to flourish. 

The Corbett Tiger Reserve is famous for its tigers, leopards and wild elephants. It is home to species of over 60 mammals, 30 reptiles and more than 500 birds. The Ramganga shelters the endangered fish eating crocodile the ‘Gharial’ and the Golden Mahseer, Tor Putitora, a scaled fresh water fish, a favourite with anglers.