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Paatlidun1 |pat-LEE-doon|

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a narrow valley

ORIGIN from Sanskrit, literally ‘narrow valley’, from patli ‘narrow’ + dun ‘valley’, the original name of the geographical area now identified as Jim Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand, India.

Far above the racket of Ramgarh, 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 miraculously 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!

Luxury Resort in Jim Corbett – Paatlidun

The sensory pleasures of the jungle are best explored slowly and Paatlidun Wildlife Lodge’s elegant yet wild spaces help the wildlife buff to do exactly that, with oodles of style.

This Luxury resort in Jim Corbett captures the essence of unspoilt Nature, weaves it with Kumaoni hospitality and brings you the plushest retreat you’ll encounter in the untamed wilds.

This is as close as it gets to the Jim Corbett Tiger Reserve. The premium luxury wildlife resort is located at the edge of the Park and is frequently visited by tuskers at night and wild boars who like to dig up the grounds. You might not be too keen to meet them alone, but with the expert Naturalists of Paatlidun, you’ll readily explore the enchanting sights and sounds of the forest.

Paatlidun Luxury Safari Resort is a less of a property and more a philosophy; an idea that captures the essence of unspoilt Nature, weaves it with Kumaoni hospitality and places it in the plushest retreat you’ll encounter in the untamed wilds.This is as close as you can get to the Corbett Tiger Reserve. Paatlidun is located on the edge of the Park and is frequently visited by tuskers at night and wild boars who like to dig up the grounds. You might not be too keen to meet them alone, but with the expert Naturalists of Paatlidun, you’ll readily explore the enchanting sights and sounds of the forest.

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.

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