About Resort

Location | Reaching The Resort

The resort is located in the northern periphery of Corbett, on the banks of river Ramganga and a small hill creek, surrounded by mountains and thick forest of Sal and Semal trees, the resort is an ideal location for wildlife sighting, bird spotting and angling. Durgadevi safari zone is nearest to The Corbett River Creek resort and spa which is ideal for jungle expeditions and Safari.

Reaching the Creek

The retreat runs along the northern border of Corbett Tiger Reserve, about 35 kms from the town of Ramnagar in the state of Uttarakhand. We are open throughout the year, with access to all tourism zones including the Durgadevi tourism zone which is located 8 kms away from the resort.

Directions (From Delhi - 310 KM)

By Car: The drive would take around six to seven hours, depending on the traffic.
Take the NH 24 from Delhi to Moradabad via Hapur and Simbhaoli. Get onto the Moradabad bypass and take a left turn onto NH 74 to Ramnagar via Thakurdwara and Kashipur. As you enter Ramnagar take NH121, around 22 kms from Ramnagar on NH 121 you will reach Mohan. Take a left turn on Mohan on NH121 and after 13 kms you will reach Marchula, the location of the resort.

By Taxi: We will be happy to arrange for a reputable taxi service, if you require it from New Delhi.

By Train: The nearest railway station is Ramnagar (35km). A daily Delhi-Ramnagar train, the Sampark Kranti Express (5036a), departs at 1600 hrs from Old Delhi railway station, reaching Ramnagar at 2045 hrs. Earlier in the day, the 5035 departs Ramnagar at 0940 hrs, arriving in Delhi at 1500 hrs. At night Ranikhet Express leaves Delhi for Ramnagar from the Old Delhi station at 2155 hrs, arriving in Ramnagar around 0500 hrs the following morning. The Corbett Park Link, a daily link back to Delhi departs at 2140 hrs, arriving at 0430 hrs at the Old Delhi station. We will be happy to receive you at the train station upon your arrival.

In later times this park went through a thorough transformation under Jim Corbett. He is inscribed in the pages of history as the legendary hunter who turned into a conservationist. An ally to the Kumauni community, he was the one to draw the park’s boundary. Hailey National Park was rechristened in his name to Corbett National Park.

The rain fed Ramganga River enters the Corbett National Park from the north east and forms a reservoir in the midst. This park is the sanctuary for the rarest of the breed of flora and fauna giving you an unparalleled lesson in biological diversity equivalent to very few places in the world.


What our guests say:

Loved the location of the hotel, if you want a peaceful holiday - this is the place you want to be in. We booked luxury rooms which i heard were recently renovated and overlooking the river. The room size is also great and with good food to offer in the restaurant.

- Bharat, New Delhi

We Stayed here for 2 nights. I must say the service/employees go out of their way to make sure your stay is as pleasant as it can be. Special thanks to Mahender and Sandeep at the front desk were very cooperative and humble..The location is great, away from the hustle of the big city, The pool is surrounded by the mountains.

- Amit, New Delhi

Creek resort is situated in very gd place . The resort is neat and clean , food , room and specially services by staff is superb . We r 15 families and stay there for 3 night from 1 - 3rd june , we all r happy with this resort and plan to visit again in future.

- Pradeep, Mumbai

Embrace the lush wilderness of nature at Corbett National Park.