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Day 1: Arrival in Nainital
Pick-up from the Bus Stand / Kathgodam Railway Station & transfer to the Hotel.
Day 1 & 2: Nainital
Nainital is a charming hill station located at the foothills of the Kumaon Himalaya and is distinguished for its scenic charm in all over India. It was the most favoured summer retreat of the British as well. Nainital is beautifully nested around the beautiful Naini Lake and offers splendid views of the Himalaya from the uphill, while enjoying the cool crisp air all around. You will feel the colonial charm lingering in its streets and the impressive heritage buildings built in the olden times.
Day 3:    Travel to Corbett (2 hrs)
Corbett National Park is named after the famous hunter and conservationist, Jim Corbett. The magnificent Ramganga River flows through the entire length of the Park. Corbett has the highest density of tiger in India. Other carnivores include the leopard, elephant, bear and deer. There are watch towers, elephant safaris and jeep safaris for wildlife viewing. Those interested in angling can try hooking the mahseer fish for sport. Birding treks and horse safaris are also exciting options for the enthusiasts.
Day 4:    Travel to Ranikhet (3 hrs)
Gently enveloped amidst dense pine and deodar forest, with a majestic background of Himalayas, Ranikhet indeed has a breath-taking and pristine charm. Away from the hustle-bustle of popular hill stations in India, this is a perfect destination for those who are looking for a calm and peaceful holiday. Amongst the beautiful scenic vista of Ranikhet lie some beautiful places and scared temples that are worth visiting. From the ancient temples to nascent built orchards and parks, Ranikhet offers a journey that of the glorious history through the tranquil setting of the Himalaya.
Day 5: Travel to Nainital for departure to Delhi
After breakfast, travel to Nainital to board the bus to Delhi. This marks the end of the tour.
Travel Plan
Arrival at Nainital
2 Nights at Nainital
1 Night Corbett
1 Night Ranikhet
Departure from Nainital
Accommodation in the specified hotels in the selected Holiday Category with meals subject to the plan selected. All rooms will be Air Conditioned. The rooms will be Non A/c in certain places where the climate is very cool. The accommodation will be in the base category of the specified hotel, if not mentioned otherwise. 
Twin sharing accommodation with private bath or shower and toilet in each room, where available.
Daily buffet breakfast at all the hotels for the guest travellers
Pick up and Drop:
Pickup and drop will be done from Kathgodam Railway station / Bus station of Nainital on the arrival and departure day respectively.
 Road Transfers:                                                                                                                          
All sight-seeing and land transfers in Non A/c Taxi (as specified in the Holiday Category) accompanied with an English/Hindi speaking friendly driver-cum-guide throughout your trip.
Transfers between the appropriate overseas airports/stations/ports and your hotels as specified in your itinerary and unless otherwise stated
Driver allowance, toll, parking, road tax, fuel charge, interstate charges.
Child below 5 yrs will be complimentary with the guest.             
Services of our local representatives as applicable

package excludes:

Air / rail / bus tickets from hometown to Nainital and back
All personal expenses related to flight / train tickets from your Hometown to Nainital.
Entrance fees at all sightseeing spots, wherever applicable.
Any other optional activities not mentioned in the itinerary.
Lunch and any other food and beverages, etc. (not mentioned in the itinerary)
Travel insurance.
The cost of personal items such as laundry, drinks with meals or otherwise, incidentals etc.
Airport security charges if levied by any airport to cover the cost of security arrangements. 
Airport departure taxes payable locally.


The Uttarakhand devastation is beyond words and defies description. There is a spate of opinions of all kinds in the media, perhaps bigger than the spate in the Ganga itself. I think I need to chip in here though I may be treading on many toes and will be a target of criticism. But the bitter truth must be told in the interest of all.In the days gone by, all pilgrims had to trek to the holy spots in the high Himalayas. There were places called 'chatti' where they would halt for the night and move on the next day. The paths were never wider than six feet. It is time we returned to this practice by reversing the mantra 'mountains for the millions' to 'mountains for the enlightened ones only'.
Captivating Uttarakhand, bordered by Nepal and Tibet, and shadowed by towering Himalayan peaks, is full of unspoiled natural beauty. It's divided into two regions -- Garhwal in the north, and Kumaon in the south. Ancient holy places, forests and valleys, and an abundance of trekking options are some of the attractions that make travel to Uttarakhand worthwhile.The stunning landscape of The Valley of Flowers National Park in the Gharwal region comes alive with the monsoon rain. This high-altitude Himalayan valley has around 300 different varieties of alpine flowers, which appear as a bright carpet of color against a mountainous snow capped background. It's a favorite trekking destination.
The hill settlement of Nainital, in the Kumaon region, was a popular summer retreat for the British during the time they ruled India. It features the serene, emerald colored Naini Lake and action filled strip called The Mall, lined with restaurants, shops, hotels, and markets. Enjoy one of the many forest walks, explore the surrounding area on horse back, or relax on a boat in the lake.Ancient Haridwar (the "Gateway to God") is one of the seven holiest places in India, and one of the oldest living cities. Located at the foothills of the Himalayas in Uttarakhand, it's particularly popular with Hindu pilgrims who come to take a dip in the holy waters of the fast flowing Ganges River and wash away their sins. The evening Ganga Aarti holds special appeal.
Rishikesh, located not far from Haridwar, is as popular with western spiritual seekers as what Haridwar is with Indian spiritual seekers. Known as the birthplace of yoga, people flock there to meditate, do yoga, and learn about other aspects of Hinduism in the various ashrams and yoga institutes. Despite the growing number of visitors, the town's lanes and alleys retain a old-world charm, and it remains a wonderful place to relax and unwind amongst nature.Corbett National Park makes an interesting side trip from Nainital. Named after hunter turned conservationist Jim Corbett, it has dense forest and an exotic array of wildlife. One of the best ways of exploring the park is on the jeep or elephant safaris that take place daily in the early morning and afternoon. The park has a tiger reserve, but tiger sightings are less common than at some of India's other national parks. The Dhikala zone of the park is the most panoramic, with stunning valley views, and offers the best change of animal sightings. You may even get to see wild elephants.
Located high up in the Garhwal region of Uttarakhand, the Char Dham (four temples) mark the spiritual source of four holy rivers: the Yamuna (at Yamunotri), the Ganges (at Gangotri), the Mandakini (at Kedarnath), and the Alaknanda (at Badrinath). Hindus consider visiting the Char Dham to be very auspicious. Not only is it believed to wash away all sins, it will also ensure release from the cycle of birth and death.


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