The majority of our staff employed is from the villages and towns within the immediate vicinity. As such, we are supporting many families and providing an income to sustain not only a household, but a lifestyle, including medical and education benefits. We feel that its but our responsibility to give back to the society where we operate.
From a conservation perspective we focus on wildlife, as our location is adjoining the Jim Corbett National Park. We strive in promoting ethical guiding practices and trains Rangers to be more knowledgeable. In terms of sustainability, we are also looking at options, such as a nursery for tree planting to maximize forestation and endeavor to avoid all plastics initially and completely in the future. Waste bins are provided all over the resort. We do separate the food waste | dry and plastics in our operations and food waste been collected by a local firm for processing renewable energy.
Addition of STP in the resort, results in saving natural resources by using recycled treated water for irrigation| gardening etc.
Organic garden and lawn
The soil of Corbett is of a very fertile. The immediate area, in fact, used to be river edge so the soil has high clay content and therefore has great water retentive property. We have planted vegetable, fruits and trees throughout the property. We really delight and take great pride in the fact, that our guests can eat clean, healthy vegetables, fruits and salads prepared from our very own Garden.