Paatlidun Safari Lodge

Corbett Tiger Reserve

Templeton Suites & Resorts brings you luxury at the heart of India's vernacular traditions. We believe that the opulence you desire shouldn't isolate you from exploring local culture. At Templeton Suites and Resorts we are reimagining what luxury travel can look like- the infinite possibilities and enthralling experiences we can offer our guests.

a narrow valley
The original name of the geographical area now identified as Jim Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand, India. Far above the racket of Ramnagar, hidden high in the Shivaliks, is this narrow valley- a slice of Paradise- revived in its original name, by Paatlidun Luxury Safari Lodge.

After wading through streams and clawing up a mountain trail at a thrilling 45-degree incline, the narrow path that leads here 3miraculously unfurls into this beautiful valley, covered in towering Sal forests, abundant wildlife and ringed by river Kosi. And in this vast expanse of 13 acres, luxuriously spaced out are 12 en-suite cottages that indulge your every whim.

You can relax in your private plunge pool under a star-studded sky or quietly enjoy a sundowner on the deck of the restaurant. All the while you have birds and butterflies for company, crickets chirping in the bushes and the steamy grasslands a stone’s throw away- true luxury in the heart of the wild!

The sweet smell of summer grass that invades your nostrils; the call of the hornbill that wakes you up in the morning; the heat of the day that suddenly dips to a cool breeze and a pair of yellow eyes that gleam in the glare of a flashlight. When the whiff of adventure hovers in mid air and you feel a shiver of spine-tingling excitement, you know you’ve arrived in Paatlidun.

All buildings are built in the traditional Kumaoni style- stone masonry and mud plaster on the walls and the trademark black slate roof- and locally sourced, indigenous materials have been used for construction.

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04 Luxury Cottages (1750 sq. ft. each) Luxury meets the jungle in our luxury cottages, with their signature star windows over the bed. Even when you are curled up in bed, you can gaze at the glittering sky overhead, through the star window. Each cottage has its own private pool; sun beds; open-air shower; vintage, claw-footed bathtubs and beautiful interiors. 08 Premium Luxury Cottages (2200 sq. ft. each) These well-appointed suites are a seamless symphony of the indoors and the outdoors. The large, airy spaces extend into unique sit-outs and private verandas and courtyards. The enchanting sky bed on the roof lets you sleep under the night sky, studded with stars. More decadence awaits indoors: surrender to the divine spa treatments we offer in the comfort of your suite. All buildings are built in the traditional Kumaoni style — stone masonry and mud plaster on the walls and the trademark black slate roof — using locally sourced, indigenous materials.


Risya – Restaurant Chakh – Lounge & Bar Dhaba – The Chai Stall Spa – In-room spa facilities for all guests (on a chargeable basis)


• A three-hour nature walk around the property to sight birds and animals in the area. • A lesson on the tracks and signs of the jungle with your naturalist. • A lesson on making pug mark casts. • A short walk of about three hours to the Kumaoni village to observe local lifestyle and interact with locals. • An opportunity to understand and participate in local farming activities. • A session to build awareness on the challenges of living in wilderness areas and the man-animal conflict. • Tree/rope climbing. • Leaf and rock painting. • Local games like pithoo, etc. • A demonstration of water filtration with natural materials — understanding the river system. • Adventure sports — Burma bridge and commando net. • A visit to the vegetable garden to pick fresh vegetables for your meal. • Short cooking classes. • Campfire, star gazing, cookouts for young guests, a short audio session on alarm calls of various animals, storytelling, wildlife movies at the Chakh. • Bird watching at the lodge. • Indoor games like carom, chess, table football, billiards, etc.

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