This wild campsite nestles deep in the Kotabagh valley, surrounded by the jungles in which big cats roam free. The distant call of the leopard often punctures the peace and quiet, and the rustling of wind in the leaves. It's Corbett country, and your campsite brings to mind all the books you've ever read as a kid. You can climb into machaans, ramble through thickly forested lanes, go on bicycle rides through charming villages, or take a dip in the stream nearby.
During the day, you'll have plenty to do: go bird-watching or explore a wildlife trail; go mountain biking; go on night hikes and river treks; or head to the Baur for a swim. At night you'll gather around a campfire for a nostalgic rum, and then head to bed in safari tents.
Camp Kyari is located in the foothills above Kotabagh, on the periphery of Jim Corbett National Park. It lies at an altitude of 2800 feet, with spectacular views of the Baur river and the Kotabagh valley. It's the perfect place to get away from the city and out into nature. Adventure activities range from mountain biking to trekking, body surfing to forest camping - all on offer at this serene, scenic campsite.
You'll be staying in American safari tents, equipped with cots, mattresses, blankets/sleeping bags, and lamps.
Camp in Corbett territory in safari tents | Steer your bike through steep mountain trails | Go bird-watching in the forests around your camp | Take a dip in the pools of Baur river or learn how to body surf
3 years and above
Make your way to Camp Kyari nestled deep in the Kotabagh valley. Check-in to your tents, drop your luggage and head for lunch. After that, there's plenty to discover as you make your way through the dense jungles of the Corbett landscape. If you’re looking to just cool off, you can always head to the cool waters of the Baur stream! In the evening, as darkness falls over the forest around, the campfire beckons. Night time is an entirely different and ethereal experience in the jungle and if you dare, you can take off on a night hike! Overnight in tents.
Overnight in safari tents
You'll check in to your campsite and be shown to your accommodation. The campsite has common toilet cabins (with flush loos) that are installed some distance from the tents, as well as shower tents, wash basins and running water. For meals, you'll be eating at a common dining area, in the open air. The food cooked here is delicious and made from fresh ingredients as much as possible.
Camp Kyari, Syat
Camp Kyari, Syat
Lunch | Evening tea and snacks | Dinner
For cancellations made 30 days before the check-in date: Full refund.
For cancellations made 15-30 days before the check-in date: 90% of total trip cost will be refunded.
For cancellations made 7-15 days before the check-in date: 75% of the total trip cost will be refunded.
For cancellations made 0-7 days before the check-in date: 50% of the total cost of the trip will be refunded.
This is a forest area and is close to local villages. Music on speakers is not allowed. However, if you want to bring guitars or musical instruments for singing sessions, that will be welcomed.
All activities are moderated by an instructor where necessary. If the instructor deems you unfit for an activity, please abide by the decision.
Please note that this is a wilderness getaway. You'll be using rustic lamps and enjoying evenings in the light of the bonfire. However, the common areas at camp have electricity and charging points.