DAY 01: ARRIVE DELHI – TRANSFER TO NAINITAL
On arrival at the Delhi airport/ railway station, proceed directly for Nainital by road (320kms & 9 hrs.). On arrival, check in to the hotel. After refreshing yourself at the hotel in Nainital, in the evening, enjoy shopping at the Mall Road. Overnight stay at the hotel.
DAY 02: NAINITAL LAKE TOUR
After breakfast drive for a lake tour of Nainital.
Nainital is the main tourist attraction. Here Naini Lake is famous for boating (Half an hour ride), Bhimtal is about 25 kilometers from Nainital. It is the largest lake among Nainital Lake Tour, Sattal(seven lakes) is about 25 kilometers from Nainital. As the name suggests is a group of seven lakes interconnected, Naukuchiatal is about 30 kilometers from Nainital. It is 9 cornered lakes.
Drive back to Hotel & Overnight stay at Hotel.
DAY 03: NAINITAL LOCAL SIGHTSEEING TOUR
Have your breakfast at the hotel and check out.
Today proceed for a sightseeing tour, beginning with boating on the famous Nainital Lake-Naini Lake (at your own cost) and visit the holy Naina Devi Temple. After that, visit famous tourist spots like Tiffin Top, Naina Peak, Cave Garden, Bara Pathar, Lover's Point, Lands End, Naina Peak, etc. (sightseeing will be covered as per time permitting). In the evening, enjoy shopping at Mall Road.
Overnight stay at the hotel.
DAY 04 : NAINITAL TO RANIKHET
After breakfast, morning drive to drive to Ranikhet (70kms/2.5hrs.). On arrival, Ranikhet check-in at the hotel.
Later visit local sightseeing i.e. Haidakhan Babaji Temple (4kms.), Chaubatia Gardens(10kms.), Bhalu Dam (3kms.), Jhula Devi Temple (7kms.), Mankameshwar Temple, Kalika Temple(5kms.) Tarikhet Village (8kms.), Majhkhali (13kms.) etc.
Overnight stay at Hotel
Ranikhet:- Ranikhet reflects the very best of the heavenly Himalayas, their lush green forests, majestic mountain peaks, exotic plant life, and attractive wildlife. To see nature and its elements in full harmony, the right place to be is Ranikhet. According to popular belief, this spot had won the heart of Rani Padmini, queen of Raja Sudhardev. She chose this scenic place to be her abode and since then, it has come to be known as Ranikhet, literally “Queen's Field". At an altitude of 1829mtres, above sea level, the invigorating mountain breeze, the singing of birds, the panoramic view of the Himalayas - the sights, sounds, and smells leave the onlooker spellbound. During the rains, flowers sprout up everywhere in rainbow colors, branches of trees stoop with ripened fruits and sunlight peeping through the mist and clouds, endow an enchanting effect all across Ranikhet. As winter comes, the softly falling snowflakes cover the environs in sheets of pure whiteness
DAY 05 : RANIKHET TO KAUSANI
After breakfast depart to Kausani (75kms/2.5hrs.).
In the afternoon will visit Baijnath temple. Here you will see many ancient idols and will also come across mahashir fish in the river waters. At the end of your visit, take your time to look at the setting sun and finally the sunset.
Also, visit Anashakti Ashram where Mahatama Gandhi stayed for few days. It will be a memorable evening.
Rest for the night at Kausani.
DAY 06: KAUSANI TO JIM CORBETT
After breakfast, drive from Kausani to Corbett National Park (200kms/6hrs.)en-route visit Corbett fall, Corbett Museum. After lunch Visit Corbett National Park. Located in the foothills of the Himalayas is the majestic Corbett National Park. Home to a variety of flora and fauna, it is famous for its wild population of Tigers, Leopards.
Overnight stay in Corbett.
DAY 07: JIM CORBETT NATIONAL PARK
Early morning enjoy a jungle safari at the Corbett National Park (at your own cost).
Return to the resort for breakfast. In the afternoon, visit Corbett Wildlife Museum, Dhikala which offers an awesome uninterrupted panoramic view of the valley.
Back to the resort.
Overnight at the hotel.
Corbett Tiger Reserve: India's first national park, cradled in the foothills of the Himalayas at 3300 feet asl, spreads over an area of 520 sq km. The magnificent Ramganga River flows through the entire length of the Park. Corbett has the highest density of tigers in India. Other carnivores include the leopard, elephant, bear, deer. Basking along the banks of the Ramganga are the slender snouted gharial and the marsh crocodile. There are watch towers, elephant safaris, and jeep safaris for wildlife viewing.
DAY 08: DEPARTURE JIM CORBETT
The morning after breakfast check out and drive back to Delhi (290kms / 8hrs.).
Arrive Delhi in time Board Flight / Train for onward journey.
Place of Interest in Uttarakhand:
Founded by the British due to its resemblance to the Cumbrian Lake District, Nainital brims with elegant colonial structures that amplify the beauty of this place. It experiences a pleasant climate throughout the year, making Nainital a tourist getaway, especially preferred by families and honeymooners.
Ranikhet with its cool climate and simple natural beauty can freshen up your senses to the very core. It is also popular as the Headquarters of the Kumaon Regiment of the Indian Army and has the Kumaon Regimental Centre Museum. The museum has a splendid display of weapons, photos, etc. to introduce you to the grandness and significance of the military and its various historical instances. Ranikhet is popular for its views of the Nanda Devi Peak, trekking ranges, mountainous climbs, golf courses, orchards, and temples.
Situated at an altitude of 1890m with Pine tree forests, meandering creek, Kausani is ideal for honeymooners, nature lovers, and travelers. Kausani receives snowfall during the winter months. Previously known as Valna, this place is blessed with many attractions and the sight of sunset so captivating, that it is sure to leave you completely enchanted.
Famous for its wildlife safaris, Jim Corbett National Park is one of the few tiger reserves in India which allows overnight stays. Home to more than 650 species of rare and migratory birds, it is a haven for bird watchers. The most popular attraction at Corbett National Park is Dhikala, a forest lodge located on the border of Patil Dun Valley, which is known for the stunning location and rich wildlife.
The Jim Corbett National Park was established in 1936 as Hailey National Park and is named after Jim Corbett who is a famous hunter and naturalist. It was the first place where Project Tiger was launched in 1973. The park is spread over an area of more than 500 sq km and is divided into 5 zones: Bijrani, Dhikala, Jhirna, Domunda, and Sonanandi to promote tourism.
Permits are required for a specific zone and the safari is allowed only in that zone. Only 180 vehicles are allowed to enter the national park in a day. Jim Corbett National Park remains closed from July to October during the monsoons. However, Jhirna, Dhela, and Sitabani tourism zones remain open for tourists throughout the year.
Best Time To Visit: November to February
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