India Hill station Tour
- Itinerary Detail
|1||Delhi-Corbett||Overnight at Corbett|
|3||Corbett-Kasauni, en-route Ranikhet||Apart from pollution free scenic splendor, Ranikhet is the headquarters for Kumaon Regimen of Indian ArmyAlso see, Majhkhali, Chaukuthia, Chaubhatia (for a panoramic view of snowy heights), Bhalu Dam, Sitalkhet, Tarikhet|
|4||Kasauni||Bapu’s Ashram and pristine Rudradhari Falls|
|5||Kasauni-Nainital||Bright End Corner (best place to view sunset and sunrise, also has Vivekananda Memorial), Simtola , Martola (picnic spot), Almora bazaar, (local market selling goods of daily use) Deer Park.|
|6||Nainital||Sightseeing mainly covering best viewpoints and temples|
|7||Nainital||Boat ride. Explore neighboring Bhimtal, Sat Tal, Naukachiya Tal, Governor's House|
|8||Nainital-Delhi||Departure from New Delhi Railway Station|
Duration : 07 Nights / 08 Days
Destination : Delhi - Corbett - Ranikhet - Kasauni - Almora - Nainital - Delhi
One of the most wanted wildlife reserves in India is Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand. Ranikhet's scenic hills, pleasant summers make it an idyllic hill retreat. Nainital's lakes, Himalayan peaks make it popular. Kasauni is loaded with tourist places related with Ganshiji's freedom struggle.
Day 1 Arrival New Delhi in morning & drive to Corbett (259kms/6-7hrs drive approx.)
Our representative will welcome you on arrival at New Delhi Railway Station early morning. Drive straight to Corbett ; upon arrival Corbett you will check in at a jungle resort and relax. Overnight in Corbett.
Day 2 Corbett
Early morning you will enjoy a game drive in the jungle on a Jeep and thereafter you will be back to resort for breakfast; after breakfast you are leisure or enjoy indoor gaming activities in the resort or proceed for a visit of follows:
Corbett Jungle Museum (Corbett Home): Corbett Museum is the place where Jim Corbett stayed during winters and the museum has his books like Man Eating Tiger, Man Eating Tiger of Kumaon etc. The museum also offers his personal items like, gun, fishing net, cap, bag and some of his photographs with tigers. The entry ticket of the museum is Rs. 5 for an adult and Rs. 1 for a student.
Corbett Water Falls: The Corbett Waterfalls, a 60 ft high waterfall is a visual treat in the backdrop of scenic green forest cover. The wide area around the water fall provides very good parking and camping facilities. It is a very nice picnic spot. A nearby attraction is ‘Nature Walk' museum, where one can experience the pure nature in its primitive style and calm.
Later in afternoon you will again proceed for a game drive in the jungle by Jeep. Thereafter you will be back to resort and relax.
Overnight in Corbett
Day 3 Corbett-Kasauni (185kms/6hrs drive approx.)
After breakfast you will drive to Kasauni via Ranikhet;
Ranikhet is a small hamlet in Almora which offer clear views of Himalayas. Sight Seeing points to be covered in Ranikhet are Majhkhali, Chaukuthia, Chaubhatia, Bhalu Dam, Sitalkhet, Tarikhet. Upon arrival at Kasauni in evening, you will check in at a hotel and relax. Overnight in Kasauni.
Day 4 Kasauni
Proceed to Sunrise View Point and then come back to hotel for Breakfast. Later visit Anasakti Ashram (The Ashram has good collection of of Mahatma Gandhi’s real life photographs, apart from picturesque serene surroundings). Tea garden , Rudradhari Falls and Caves near by. In evening drive to Sunset View Point and enjoy witnessing the sunset. Overnight in Kasauni.
Day 5 Kasauni-Nainital (116kms/3hrs drive approx.)
After breakfast depart for Nainital via Almora; sightseeing points to br covered are Bright End Corner, Simtola, Martola, Almora Market, Deer Park. Upon arrival Nainital you will check in at a hotel and relax. Overnight in Nainital.
Day 6 Nainital
Today you will have the opportunity to visit following places:
Tiffin Top – It is a mountain peak on Ayarpatta hill at an altitude of around 2300mts above sea level. The spot is 4 kilometers away from Nainital and provides a magnificent view of the countryside and the Himalayan ranges. The place also has a stonework perch known as Dorothy seat that was built in the memory of an English lady painter Dorothy Kellet by her husband.
Land’s End – It is another mountain peak that is located next to the Tiffin Top. Hence, you can cover seeing both the spots in a single trip. Land’s End provides a splendid view of the stagnant waters of Khurpatal.
Eco Cave Garden- It is the latest tourist spot in Nainital and is located a kilometer above Mallital near Kumaon University Campus. The place has around 6 caves of different animals that lived during pre-historic times. You can walk through the caves and get a feel of the animals’ domicile. It is a fun-visit for children and also has educative value.
Naina Peak – Also known as China Peak or Cheena Peak, it is at an altitude of about 2600 meters above sea level and is located above Mallital. It is famous because it is the highest point of the Nainital town and offers an unobstructed view of snow-clad peaks of the gigantic Himalayan range and a miniscule view of the Naini Lake and the town.
The Flatts – It is a vast, plain area situated near the Naini Lake having a cemented playground for sports activity like polo and hockey, a busy bazaar, and a statue of Govind Ballabh Pant. The holy Naina Devi temple, a gurudwara, and a mosque are also situated on the flats enabling people of different religious backgrounds to come and pray.
The Mall Road – it is a long stretch of road surrounding the Naini Lake. Named as Govind Ballabh Pant Marg, the mall has a large number of shops, restaurants, hotels, banks, etc. People stroll along the mall to experience the soothing air of the hills.
Overnight in Nainital
Day 7 Nainital
After breakfast day free at leisure or time spend at The Mall ; opportunity for boating in the Naini Lake or you may visit Bhimtal, Sat Tal, Naukachiya Tal, Governor's House. Overnight in Nainital
Day 8 Nainital-Delhi (280kms/8hrs drive approx.) & departure
Early morning after breakfast transfer to New Delhi Railway Station to board your train at 1600 hours; henceforth our services terminate and we wish you safe, happy journey back to your home.