Visited the resort with my 3 year old and it was just awesome. My baby had a gala time. The resort is well maintained, staffs and service is very good. The food is fantastic and chef gives customised service. Pleasant and relaxing stay
It was super awesome trip to golden tusk. We enjoyed the trip and staff was supportive and their service was superb. Thanks for making our anniversary special ❤. Food was also nice. And decoration was also nice. Thanksgiving
Our 3 days at The Golden Tusk recently were sheer heaven. This was our second visit this time. We stayed here three years back and had an amazing time.
We saw that The Golden Tusk has taken many steps in terms of COVID precaution of its guests. When we entered, our luggage was sanitized separately and then delivered to our rooms. Sanitizer disposers were fitted in every room. All the staff wore masks and gloves. The people in the kitchen and dining area additionally wore head-nets. As boarders, we felt safe here and that mattered.
The living space in every room is spacious and the bathroom has all modern amenities. We had to attend to some professional assignments from here and the WIFI internet service was of help. To balance any stress from office work that we were carrying, they have 2 swimming pools and one happened to be just outside our room. We washed our work woes off frequently here. But the beauty of this resort is its landscaping. It has more than 100 varieties of trees and an ever-growing variety of shrubs and bushes. Flowers in surprising shapes and colors and leaves in unique arrangements make it look like a pretty forest.
The Golden Tusk lays very elaborate buffets for their guests during breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The breakfast comprised English items such as milk-cereal, omelets, boiled eggs, baked beans and sausages, and bakery. To balance that, they had Indian favorites such as dosa, idli, vadas, chole-bhature, poori-aloo, poha so on and so forth. The meals had vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian soup options, a selection of salads, North Indian main course dishes with many vegetarian and at least two non-vegetarian items, papadum and cakes, soufflé, and halwa for dessert.
The good chefs at The Golden Tusk treated us to a sumptuous lunch of Kumaoni special food. We were already familiar with the popular dishes Bhat ki Churkani and Aloo ke Gutke. This time we were treated to new items such as Palak ka Kappa and non-vegetarian Latpata Chicken. And how can we forget Bhang ki Chutney that added a rustic flavor to the meal?
Continental food is a new entry in the kitchens of The Golden Tusk. We got to taste a plethora of soups salads entrees and main course dishes, not to mention the desserts. 10 on 10 to the Greek Farmer’s Salads, Lemon Butter fish, Grilled fish and Chicken, Arabiata Pasta. Not to make too fine a point, the Burmese soup Khao Suey and momos were part of these spreads.
The Golden Tusk guys also offer this special service called Gazebo DInner, where the meal is served in what we can describe as a surreal setting. We would highly recommend it to folks who are celebrating a special occassion.
They have pebble paintings, Zipline, bicycles, and other fun activities at The Golden Tusk to keep the Baccha Log busy and entertained throughout their stay.
That was how our recent vacation at The Golden Tusk went. We worked – ate – swam - rested on repeat mode. What made our experience even more seamless and pleasurable is the amazing staff. Any request was attended in minutes and each and everyone greeted with a smile.
Special thanks to Mr. Suresh here who personally attended to our needs and made sure we had a great time at The Golden Tusk. Also to Mr. Bhagat the head chef and his team in the kitchen who served us sumptuous food that made this trip a gastronomical delight.
The Golden Tusk resort in Jim Corbett has repeat value and we don’t mind coming back again.