Call of the Wild Resort near Jim Corbett and Nainital, a Wildlife Nature Resort in Betalghat is a sleepy little village on the banks of the Kosi river the edge of the jungles where Jim Corbett found his calling. Nearby is a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva in his avatar of ‘Betalweshwar’ and hence leading the town its name. Betal Ghat is 36 kilometers from the Main gate of Corbett national Park, 60 kilometers away each from Ramnagar, Nainital, Ranikhet and 336 kilometers from Delhi. The road to Betalghat is deep gorge parallel to the Kosi river on one side and the Himalayas on the other.
The drive is an adventure in itself, cutting diagonally across the national park and giving you feel of the lower Himalayan topography few kilometers into the drive you will find yourself in thick sal forests, driving parallel to the park’s Dhikala range. The forest around Betalghat is a natural haven for a number of bird species and wild animals led by the magnificent predator- the leopard. Call of the Wild Resort near Jim Corbett and Nainital is all that punctures the forest tranquility.
Call of the Wild Resort near Jim Corbett and Nainital is a part of an illustrious and humble hospitality company. A Nanda & Co founded by Asheesh Nanda. The dedicated team behind this company has been in the business for the last 60 years, most prominently known for the iconic Swiss hotel in Nainital (established in 1910). The company envisions to recreate guest centric and experiences led getaways through all their hotels and resorts.