The Ultimate Wildlife Experience

Infinity Resorts first started in 1991 with a vision to create a brand of wildlife resorts offering our guests the opportunity to enjoy the stunning biodiversity of India while in the lap of luxury. Subsequently we formed “Conservation Corporation of India Pvt. Ltd” (CCIPL) which owns the “Infinity Resorts” brand name. Today, Infinity Resorts has presence in world-renowned Tiger Reserves located at Jim Corbett (Uttarakhand), Kaziranga (Assam), Kanha and Bandhavgarh (Madhya Pradesh) & a quaint farm at the famous Rann of Kutch (Gujarat).




Call us at +919650193664 / 667 for special  Desert Camping Packages for

Rann Of Kutch


& Special Jungle packages/Plans for

Kanha, Kaziranga, Corbett & Bandhavgarh



  • “Wild around”

    Reviewed 28 February 2016

    This lodge is placed just near tala zone, there is a fence between tala zone and resort area…Meals were okay, we like chapati…The lodge is well furnished, just there is a mending needed for shower tap…this lodge has a garden that contains every animal belongs to national park. I saw jungle cat hunting a snake and we were told tiger prints seen inside the lodge garden. Lodge is almost near the gates …Wifi connection is just in the reception…The manager named Mohan has a lot of knowledge about wildlife and loves nature, it was pleasure to take a walk in the buffer zone with him, and I would choose this place one more time…

    Calal CagriG, Ankara Turkey
    Stayed at Infinity Resort Bandhavgarh


    15 February 2016

    I Was at Kanha with family and friends on 13 to 15th of Feb. I have been to Kanha many times. This time my travel agent suggested me to opt for Infinity Resort. I must admit the appropriate destination. Its, a real good resort, with proper amenities and very good quality of food. The staff is the plus point for a good resort. Very good staff force, always ready to serve you. They indeed have a good Chef who prepares food which is tasty. You will not find unnecessary oil and spice and the Chef is ready to cook the meals as per your requirement. A very satisfying stay, I would definitely like to stay here the next time.


    Sudip B
    Stayed at Infinity Resort Kanha
  • “Much better than expected”

    Reviewed 11 December 2015

    We didn’t expect very much when we booked at Infinity. It is a remote area, and most visitors stay one or perhaps two nights. And the price was pretty good, too. We had a delightful surprise. Comfy rooms, hot water, pretty good food, very helpful and pleasant staff. No Wifi that worked, but what the hey? Highly recommended.

    Nathan K , Florida
    Stayed at Kaziranga
  • “We visited Kaziranga on a trip from Singapore. Though the resort is in a remote area the rooms were excellent. They were all independent cottages. The food served at the restaurant was superlative. What make for an unforgettable holiday are the people you come in contact with. The manager Mr James and all the other staff are so helpful, friendly and attentive!!!  I and my family loved our stay at this top-rated resort”


    Debjyoti R
    Visited Kaziranga Resort
  • ” Overall Experience is really good. Staff members are very supportive and helpful. Food is really awesome of all meals. We stayed at resort from 22nd to 24th June. Location is perfectly fine as is just 7 km away from Ramnagar. Wildlife members, (Specially Ashok Bhatt in team) of Resort have good knowledge about wildlife animals and birds. They have own Safari desk. Resort is having own elephant name as Lakshmi and very nice and enjoyed joy ride on it. Apart of the food, service of the resort is really good. Ambience of resort is like you are staying in forest and very peaceful. My family enjoyed a lot in resort and having good and enjoyable experience”

    AMIT T
    Stayed at Infinity Resort Corbett

The Corbett Foundation (TCF) was established on the Earth Day (22 April) of 1994 by Mr. Dilip D. Khatau, the founder-owner of Infinity Resorts, a former Member of the National Board for Wildlife in India, and a Member of Indian Wildlife Business Council of Confederation of India Industry. TCF is a non-profit, non-governmental organization fully dedicated to the cause of conservation of wildlife. TCF strongly believes that conservation requires a multi-faceted approach, and hence it is actively involved in conservation-oriented research, facilitating advocacy campaigns, spreading environmental awareness, providing primary healthcare for forest-dependent communities and engaging in local community welfare through vocational, skills development and livelihoods training and sustainable development initiatives.