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DESTINATION:-Delhi – Mussorie – Corbett – Nainital – Ranikhet – Delhi.

Day 01: (Delhi - Mussoorie)

Morning after breakfast receive you from Delhi residence and straight drive to Mussoorie, upon arrival check into the hotel, evening free for rest or nature walk at Mall road on your own, dinner & over night day at Hotel.

Day 02: (Mussoorie)

Begin the second day of your Tour to Mussoorie begins with a healthy breakfast at the hotel. Later in the day enjoy exploring various attractions in Mussoorie like Gun Hill, Kempty Falls, Jharipani Falls, Bhatta Falls, Lal Tibba, Mussoorie Lake, Camel's Back Rock, Municipal Garden and Company Bagh. Overnight stay at the Hotel in Mussoorie.

Day 03: (Mussoorie - Corbett)

After Breakfast, depart for Corbett, in the afternoon check into the hotel, after having some rest and lunch leave to take some Team building Activities : -
Evening free for rest or Surrounding nature walk, dinner & over night stay at Hotel.

Day 04: (Corbett - Nainital)

Early in the MORNING PROCEED to Jugle safari with naturalist. Jim Corbett National Park in India is one of the famous national PARKS in Asia. It was the first national park to chosen to start project tiger program in 1973. The park is famous of for its rich flora and fauna, a wide population of Tigers, Leopards and Elephants, Deer, Wild boar, Jungle cat, Fishing cat, The dole, Wild dog, Himalayan black bear, Sloth bear, Himalayan palm civet, Indian Grey Mongoose, Black napped hare, Porcupine, Common otter, Fish eating Ghariyal, mugger crocodiles, Langur, Rhesus monkey, 110 tree species, 580 bird species and 25 reptile species distributed through out the national park in terrai and hilly region. after that return back to you resort, after having some rest leave for nainital, Upon arrival check in at hotel. Evening at leisure to enjoy Boating at Naini Lake, visit to the Mall Road. Overnight stay at the hotel


Was discovered by an Englishman named P. Barron in 1839. The glorious gem-like lake and the virgin hills appealed to him so strongly that he left a flourishing sugar business to settle here. And so it began. First the holidaying English then the Indian maharajas and then the Indian public. Nainital has never looked back as a summer retreat since.

The headquarters of the district by the same name; Nainital is the largest and most popular hill-station of the Kumaon region. Making it your base, you can visit other spots such as Ranikhet, Kausani, Mukteshwar and Almora. The heart of the destination is the Naini Lake named after the emerald green eyes of the Goddess Parvati, who is also the patron goddess of the region. From around the lake rise wooded slopes, one side being heavily populated by a large township.

Nainital is also intimately linked with legendary hunter turned conservationist Jim Corbett. He lived here with his family and it is from here that he first ventured on hunting trips in the surrounding forests. Later Corbett was to play an important role in establishing a game sanctuary under a conservation programme promoted by him and other like minded friends, which went on to become one of India's first national wildlife parks the Corbett National Park.

Make the Naini Lake area your base for exploring this old hill station. The lake itself nestles between the Ayarpatta ridge to the west and Sher Ka Danda to the west. Head for the Mall area, which runs along its eastern bank with its line-up of small hotels, restaurants and storefronts. A peaceful walkway encircles the lake and the opposite side known as Thandi Sadak is popular for pony rides. When the holiday crowds start getting to you, head for the higher slopes of the hills to discover a peaceful and calm side of the hill-station.

Day 05: (Nainital)

After Breakfast proceed to visit below mention places.

China Peak
Also known as Naina Peak, this peak is at an altitude of 2611 mts and at a distance of 6 kms from Nainital. China Peak being the highest peak of the town, offers stunning views of the majestic snow capped Himalayan range from Bandar Punch in the weat to the peaks of Nepal in the east. And a bird's eye view of the entire town of Nainital on the other side. The emerald green Naini lake, the centerpiece of the town below, looks wonderful from the top. It is truly worth the 60 minute hike to the top. Unlike other viewing spots, China Peak is not visited by crowds of tourists so it's a beautiful spot to enjoy a few hours of solitude too. For those who might find the climb a little strenuous, there are ponies to be hired. Once at the top though, tourist infrastructure is fairly minimal in terms of food availability so it's best to carry food and water with you.

The Lake Area
The Mallital area, which falls in the northern part of the lake, is where the High Court building is located. Here is where you'll find The Flats, the Tibetan Market and the Burra Bazaar, the Eco Cave Gardens and several top end hotels. If you've planned a golf game at the Governor's house you need to head for the Tallital area, at the southern end of the lake - also home to the tourist office and other government offices.

The Naina devi temple
To the north of the lake is the small Naina Devi Temple, one of India's venerable 64 Shaktipeeths. The pathway to the temple, edging the lakeside is a verdant trail. The lake is said to have sprung from the eye of the Goddess Parvati which legend has it fell here when the grief-stricken Lord Shiva broke into his cosmic tandava dance of destruction with his dead consort in his arms.

The Flats
In close proximity to the Naina Devi Temple and the lake, the flattened ground created as a result of a landslip, is a popular venue for local football matches and other sports. Part of it is also a large car park. In the summer the holiday crowd fills up the place as they come to enjoy the breeze, and try out the snack stalls. A bazaar also springs up here selling local handicrafts such as shawls, blankets, candles, decorative items and tweeds. The Tibetan market along the edge of the lake is very popular and a permanent feature.

Eco Cave Garden
A hot favorite with children, it's an excellent way to introduce them to eco-friendly living. The six caves here bring out the explorer in the kids and their high-spirited laughter rewards you for its novel approach to adventure in the hills. Not for the claustrophobic though. The musical fountain operates during the high season Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 06: (Nainital - Ranikhet)

After Breakfast, depart for Ranikhet. upon arrival check into the hotel, after having some rest proceed for sightseeing. Overnight stay at hotel.

Ranikhet is the place which wonderfully mirrors best of the heavenly Himalayas; their lush green forest, majestic mountains delicate plant life and attractive plant life. To view nature and its elements in full harmony the right place is to be is Ranikhet. According to the popular belief this place had won the heart of Rani Padmini, queen of Raja Sudhardev. She chose this scenic to be her adobe and since than it has come to be known as Ranikhet, literally QUEENS Feild.At an altitude of 1829 mtrs above sea level, this hill resort is undoubtedly a tourists paradise. The scented mountain breeze, fresh and pure, the singing birds, the panoramic view of Himalayas the sight sound and smell leave the onlooker spell bound, during the rain, flowers sprout up every where in rainbow colour, branches of tree spout up with ripened fruits and sun light peeping through the mist and clouds endow an enchanting effect all across the Ranikhet. As winters come ,the softly falling snow flakes covers the environment in sheet of pure whiteness. The charm of every season is irresistible in its own right. And this is what makes Ranikhet an all season destination. Discover Kumaon takes you to the following places ideal for picnic as well us pilgrimage.


Binsar Mahadev Temple
Binsar Mahadev is another temple of significance in the region, located 19 km from Ranikhet. The temple is surrounded by thick deodar forests and lies at an altitude of 2480 metres. With idols of Ganesh, Har Gauri and Maheshmardini in its sanctum the temple is knon for its architectural finesse. The idol of Maheshmardini is engraved with texts in 'Nagarilipi' which dates back to as early as the 9th century. Built by King Pithu in memory of his father Bindu, the place is also known as Bindeshwar temple. It sees a large gathering of devotees on the occasion of Baikunth Chaturdashi in the month of June. It is said that devotees, especially women, pray all night with lamps in their hands on this day for the Lord’s blessings.

Kausani, situated around 50 KMs from Ranikhet, is famous for it's breathtakingly close view of the Himalayan Peaks and it's solitudes and greenery. The wide expanse of the famous Katyur Valley lies in front of it as you wake up to experience the Kausani sunrise. Kausani's beauty arrested the feet of even Mahatama Gandhi, who stayed for some time at this place. The memory that brief stay of that great man lingers behind in the Anasakti Ashrama. Another great man of India the famous Hindi poet Sumitra Nandan Pant was born here. There is small museum to earmark that sacred spot. The famous folk singer Gopidas was also inspired by the beauty of Kausani. Pinnath (10KMs), Bura Pinnath (5KMs) and Bhakot are the highest points near Kausani.

KRC Museum and Golf Course
Kumaun Regiment of Indian Army is perhaps one of the most prestigious and the most decorated of all. The Kumaun Regimental Museum offers a peep into our recent history and showcases the bravery and valor with which our soldiers fought. The KRC Golf Course is another delight for Golf lovers.

Chaubatia Gardens
Chaubatiya gardens are famous for their sprawling orchards of delicious apples, plums, peaches and apricots. It is result of the pioneering efforts of a British settler 150 years ago. The garden has a sale counter which you can buy fresh apple juice.

Sitla Khet
Situated between Ranikhet and Almora this picturesque place not only affords a wide view of the Himalayan peaks but is also full of fruit
orchards. Scouting camps are frequently held here and there is a beautiful temple of Syahi Devi around 3 KMs away on a lovely mountainous trail. The birth place of the first chief minister of the province of Uttar Pradesh, Pandit Govind Ballabh Pant is a place called Khunt situated nearby. Some years back a centenary memorial has been built at this place to commemorate the memory of this great son of the soil.

Day 07: (Ranikhet - Delhi Drop)

After breakfast proceed to visit remaining part of this beautiful hill station, depart for Delhi. Upon arrival drop at airport / railway station.

====================End of Tour ===================

Cost of the tour is Rs. 13,850/- per person (based on 04 person)


• Transportation by Car through out the tour,
 • All pick up and dropping facilities
 • Sightseeing as per the itinerary
 • Accommodation on twin sharing basis.
 • Breakfast
 • All meals at Corbett National park
 • 01 time Elephant ride
 • All taxes.
 • Drivers T.A. – D.A.
 • ALL fuel, and state taxes, parking fee.


• Any airfare.
 • Lunch & Dinner (Except Corbett)
 • Any personal expenses like Laundry, STD calls, etc.
 • Any insurance.
 • Any claim due to natural Calamities such as land slide, road blockage etc.
 • Or any other things which are not mentioned in cost included column.



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