Serious about the 'Eco' in Ecotourism
Camp Hornbill is a community-led enterprise, set up in 2010 by residents of the village Kyari. It lies within the Pawalgarh Conservation Reserve (PCR). The PCR is part of the llarger Corbett Tiger Reserve in Uttarakhand India.
The camp is solely owned and managed by members and
the youth of the local community. It was established with a vision to promote and encourage ecotourism in the village of Kyari. Camp Hornbill actively promotes nature conservation and rural development in the Corbett Tiger Reserve in collaboration with the forest department, local communities and members of the civil society.
At Camp Hornbill our aim is to seed an alternative form of nature travel that is responsible and contributes to nature conservation and community development.
The Camp is visited by all 3 species of Hornbills found in this landscape, and hence the name.
REACHING CAMP HORNBILL
Camp Hornbill is 274 kms from New Delhi, 222 kms from Dehradun, and 303 kms from Gurugram
You can find us on Google Maps.
Nearest Railway stations are Ramnagar RMR (10 kms) and Kathgodam KGM (62 kms)/Haldwani HDW (58 kms)
Nearest airport is PantNagar (107 kms) which is connected to New Delhi and Dehradun airports only. New Delhi (287 kms) is the most convenient airport to reach us
Village- Kyari, P.O.- Ramnagar, Dist.-Nainital, Uttarakhand 244715