Wildlife and Hill Station (5 Nights / 6 Days)

Wildlife and Hill Station (5 Nights / 6 Days)

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For all who seek calm and tranquility with a tinge of wilderness and adventure, choose from amazing holidays in Uttaranchal. Explore the beauty of Nainital and Corbett National Park, home to the great Indian tiger. Watch the charm of the hills unfold as you witness the blend of diverse flora and fauna and religious places. You will also visit the quaint 'hill stations' of Kumaon that offer respite from a chaotic urban lifestyle. Get set to delight your senses...

Day 1 : Delhi – Jim Corbett National Park

Early morning arrive Delhi airport & railway station representative will receive you from railway & bus station. Directly drive to your pre booked resort. Welcome drink on arrival hot & cold – non alcoholic. Afternoon take some rest and enjoy resort recreational activities. Evening return back to resort. Enjoy hot & tea coffee with cookies.After darkness enjoy bonfire in winters and feel the peaceful surroundings of Corbett Park. Dinner and overnight stay at Corbett wildlife resort.

Day 2 : Wildlife Safari at Jim Corbett National Park

Early morning wake up call for wildlife safari inside Corbett Tiger Reserve. Gypsy will take your from the resort and take your deep inside the forest. (open Gypsy Hire at own cost ) Our expert guide will inform you about proper wildlife animal's call. Here your great opportunity to watch the various species of wildlife animals and flora of the forest After 3 hours safari return back to resort. Fresh & Up and have breakfast at the resort. Afternoon free for your own activities and leisure. After lunch we will take you to visit the Corbett Tiger Reserve buffer zone (Sitabani & Marchuls). You can enjoy 2 hours safari there. Evening return back to resort have hot tea & coffee with cookies. Dinner and overnight stay at resort.

Day 3 : Departure to Nainital

Morning after breakfast drive to Nainital Hill Station. On the way you will visit Corbett fall, Khurpatal, Sariyatal. Evening arrive at Nainital. Check into pbooked hotel at Nainital. Evening enjoy to walk at mall road of Nainital and feel the cold climate of this place. Dinner and Night stay at Nainital.

Day 4 : Visit Nainital

Morning after breakfast go to cover local sight seen of Nainital like Kilburi hills, Naini Peak, Cave Garden, Lovers Pont, Zoo of Nainital. You can also enjoy boating at Naine Lake and horse riding at Kilbury hills. Dinner and overnight at hotel.

Day 5 : lake Tour Nainital

Morning after breakfast go for Lake Tour Nainital. Visit famous lakes nearby Nainital like Sattal, Naukuchiyatal, Bhimtal etc.back to hotel Dinner and overnight at hotel.

Day 6 : Nainital to Delhi

Check out from the hotel drive to Delhi and drop you to the Delhi Airport


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I first became aware of the phantom squirter 11 years ago. I was emerging from an underpass in Connaught Place when a shoeshine man came up to me, and whispered into my ear the word "shit". He then pointed at my right shoe on which sat, to my amazement, a small slug of brownish goo. He offered to wipe it off, in return for 100 rupees – but I suspected something was, well, afoot, and I cleaned it with a few leaves. Some months later it happened again and I had a minor altercation with the shoeshine man. One day, I decided I'd photograph the person who had squirted my shoe. But I was daydreaming as I wandered through the underpass – and was squirted again. This time, I'm embarrassed to say, I became incandescent with rage. To the consternation of passers by, and to my everlasting shame, I grabbed the man and rubbed the filth off my shoe on to his trousers.

I soon became obsessed by the shit squirter. I began researching the history of the scam. There are dozens of accounts on the internet, and several acquaintances had similar stories. The scam goes back many years. Only foreigners get squirted, it seems, and only those wearing closed shoes. I returned several times to the underpass, but to my great disappointment my shoes remained spotlessly clean. I wanted to find out the scam artist's life story. How much money did he make on a good day? Had he ever been caught? What are the mechanics of squirting, how does he get such a neat worm of shit on to a passing shoe? And what does he tell his family he does for a living?

Jim Corbett

Established in the year 1956, the Jim Corbett National Park is the first of its kind in the country. Located in the Kumaon region of Uttaranchal, the national park is the perfect haven for wildlife seekers. Sprawling on an area of 1318.54 sq. km. including 520 sq. km. of core area and 797.72 sq. km. of buffer area, this national park is one of the most celebrated places in India. The credit for discovering this coveted site goes to Jim Corbett, a British hunter, conversationalist and naturalist.

About Corbett National Park

The park has many gates through which one can enter. Some of the main entrance gates are as follows -

Amdanda gate, located on the the south-east of the tiger reserve, around 3 kms from Ramnagar. This gate is preferred only for day visits and here tourist have the option for staying at Bijrani and Malani forest reserve homes.

The second gate is Dhangarhi gate, located at a distance of 30 kms from Ramnagar. This gate too is on the south-east of the jungle and serve as the entrance for Sultan, Gairal, Sarapduli, Khinnanauli and Dhikala forest rest houses.  

Khara Gate is the next options located 20 kms from Ramnagar. The Durgadevi gate is located in the north-east boundary of the park and is the only gate from where elephant safaris are permitted multi times during the day.

The Vatanvasa gate (north-west) and the Teria gate are there other two gates from where tourists can enter the national park.

Best Time to Visit  

The best time to visit the park is during the months from Mid of November to mid of April. Winter can be very cold and during the monsoons months from mid of June till mid of November, the park remains closed. The Jim Corbett National Park is located at a distance of 19 kms from Ramnagar, 88 kms from Nainital and 263 kms from Delhi.

Flora in Corbett National Park

The park serves as a natural habitat for a variety of floral attractions. The forested area is filled with Sal forests and khair-sissoo forests. Teaks, eucalyptus, silver oak and bottlebrush. Bamboos and various kinds of shrubs can also be found here.

Fauna in Corbett National Park

The Jim Corbett Wildlife hub is known all over the world for the tiger habitat. Beside, tourists can also sight Indian elephants, leopard, jungle cats, wild boar, jackal, ghoral, sloth bears. The reptile species that can be sighted here includes mugger, gharial, indian rock python, krait and Russell’s vipes. Avian species includes wagtail, kingfisher, jungle babbler, and many others ferocious animals.

Safaris in Corbett National Park

Tourists visiting Jim Corbett National Park can enjoy two modes of safaris here - Elephant Safari and Horse safari.

Horse safari is conducted by a private operator (www.corbettriverside.com). Tourists have the option for taking 3 days or 7 days horse safari. They charge Rs 5000 per person per day and accommodation and sightseeing are all included in the charges.

Elephant Safari too can be enjoyed in Jim Corbett National Park. The charges of Elephant safari (2 hrs) is Rs 200 for Indians and Rs 350 per head for foreigners. Timings for Elephant safari is from 7:30am to 10:30am and 3pm to 5pm during winters and 6: 30 am to 09:30 am and 4pm to 6pm during summers.


 Nainital District, UttarakhandNainital District is one of the administrative districts of Uttarakhand. Nainital is the district headquarters. It is also the divisional Headquarter of Kumaon Division of Uttarakhand. Nainital District is located approximately in between 80 degree 14 minutes and 78 degree 80 minutes east longitude and 29 degree and 29 degree 5 minutes north latitude. To its north is Almora district and to its south lies the Udham Singh Nagar district. Champawat district flanks it in the east and district of Pauri Garhwal is in the west. On the northern side lies the Himalayan ranges while on the southern side lies the plains making the resultant climate of the district enjoyable one. The total geographical area covered by Nainital

History of Nainital District

History of Nainital District states that Nainital has several significant mythological references as Nainital is one of the 51 Shakti Peethas in India. British government occupied Kumaon and Garhwal in 1815. According to the earliest data available Nainital by 1847, had become a popular hill resort. On 3rd of October, 1850, Nainital Municipal Board was formally constituted. In 1862, Nainital became the summer seat of the North Western Provinces. After it was made the summer capital, a remarkable expansion of the town occurred with the growth of magnificent bungalows all around and construction of facilities such as marketing areas, rest houses, recreation centres, clubs etc together with the secretariat and other administrative units. It also became an important centre of education.


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