Camp Hornbill provides twelve American safari tents for guests. The tents are equipped with camp cots, quilt, mattress, and pillow. To maintain the atmosphere of being in the wild, electricity is used minimally in the camp. Kerosene and solar lanterns are used to light up the camp adequately at night.
A healthy, wholesome and common menu is designed to suit the choice of every individual. Fresh vegetables from neighbouring villages are used in the camp kitchen. The menu is a mix of Kumaoni and Indian cuisine. In addition, milk, Bournvitta, tea, cookies, juice, fruits, and snacks are also served.
The camp is large and spacious, with a few two-bed tents, a common meeting house, an outdoor meals counter, a fish pond to gather or meditate around, and even a volleyball pitch, all set in a well laid out and well maintained garden.
The camp was developed and is run keeping ecologically responsible principles in mind. Artificial infrastructures have been used scarcely in the camp. Basic facilities like W/C and bathing tents with running water are also provided.
- Guided Nature walks
- Birding trails
- Village walks
- Mountain biking
- River crossing
- Water surfing
- Ladder climbing
- Night walks
- Wildlife safaris to the tiger reserve of the Corbett national park