The newly born State of Uttarakhand is often referred to as the "Land of the Gods" due to the many famous Hindu temples and pilgrimage centres. Uttarakhand is known for its Mountainous Himalayas. There are many Ancient Temples, Forest Reserves, National Parks, Hill Stations, and Mountain Peaks that draw large number of nature loving peoples from World over.
Arrival at the airport and transfer to Corbett at hotel. Lunch at hotel, rest of the day leisure at hotel, dinner, overnight at hotel.
After B/F at hotel move to Jeep Safari at Corbett National park where enjoy with beautiful view of Wildlife, Flora & Fauna after that return to hotel & have lunch at hotel, rest of the day leisure at hotel, dinner, overnight at hotel.
Corbett National Park- It is the oldest National park in India that established in 1936. It is located in Nainital District & named after famous Wildlife activist Jim Corbett. Corbett National Park is famous for Tiger reserve that contains 488 different species of plants and variety of fauna.
After B/F transfer to Kausani via Ranikhet sightseeing which includes Ranikhet, Chaubatia Apple Gardens & Golf Course. After that proceed to Evening sunset view of Himalaya at Kausani. Overnight at hotel at Kausani. Chaubatia Gardens – It is famous for apple orchards which are located 10 km from Ranikhet. Ranikhet is popularly known for fruits like – Apple, Apricots, Peaches & Various Alpine Fruits. One can enjoy of snow capped peaks of Himalaya from Chaubatia Gardens on a clear sky day. Golf Course – It is highest golf course in Asia that is located 5 km from Ranikhet. Golf Course is very attractive place in Ranikhet which is made of 9-hole course that make prime attraction of Ranikhet.
Early morning visit an enchanting sunrise on Himalaya. Then have Breakfast & move to Almora via Baijnath & Bageshwar, overnight at hotel. Baijnath- It is a small town on the banks of the local Gomti River. That is located in the Bageshwar district of Uttarakhand. Baijnath is known for its ancient temples and there is a famous Baijnath Mandir (Lord Shiva) on the bank of the river, built by the Kumaon Katyuri king in around 1150 A.D. Bageshwar- Bageshwar is a city and also administrative headquarter of Bageshwar district. It is situated on the bank of the confluence of Gomti river with Sarju river (It is not the same Saryu and Gomti river at Ayodhya & Lucknow) which is tributary of Sharda or Kali river that join Kali at Pancheshwar.
After B/F move to half day sightseeing at the beautiful spots of Almora which includes – Bright & Corner, Deer Park and Khatarmal Sun Temple which are across the river Koshi. Transfer to Nainital for visit Naina Devi temple & boating in Naini Lake, overnight at hotel. Bright & Corner- Bright & Corner is famous for Sunrise and Sunset through the Himalaya Peak. It is situated 2 km from Almora. Deer Park- 3 km from Almora, Deer Park is famous for Himalayan animals where you can see different type of Himalayan Animal Khatarmal Sun Temple- Situated at 7 km from Almora, Khatarmal Sun Temple is ancient temple in India and also known as second important temple after Konark Sun temple of Orissa. Naina Devi Temple, Nainital - Naina Devi temple is situated at the bank of Naini Lake. It is believed that Goddess Sati’s Eyes had fallen here during her sacrifice. That is why, the temple is known as Naina Devi. Also it is a Shaktipith (one of the places where her body parts has fallen- Vaishno Devi etc. being other one) in India.
After B/F move to local sightseeing which includes – The Mall Road, Naina Peak, Snow View Point & Lands End. After that move to half day Lake tour which includes- Sattal, Bhimtal & Naukuchiyatal than return to hotel, overnight at hotel. The Mall Road- Mall road known as main road of Nainital. It is divided in two part of Nainital, Mallital & Tallital. Mall road is named now as Govind Ballbh Pant Marg. It is filled with Hotels, Restaurant, Shopping Center, Travels agencies, Banks & also street shop etc. Naina Peak- It is highest point of town that is located at 6 km north to Mallital (upper part of lake). From where tourist can get invigorating views of the enchanting snow clad peaks of the mighty Himalayan range. Snow View Point- It is offer beautiful view of snow clad peaks of the majestic Himalayan range like Nanda Devi, Trishul and Nanda Kot. Snow view is easier access amongst mountain surroundings Nainital. Land’s End- It is offer beautiful view of the stagnant water of the Khurpatal (horn shaped lake). It is set at 2120 mts above sea level that offering splendid view of neighboring hills and green valley with rural houses. Sattal- Sattal (made of 7 lakes) is situated at 23 km from Naintal. Sattal have seven lakes that is why it is known as Sattal. Bhimtal- It is biggest Lake of Nainital. It is located at 22 km from the city. It is known as the name Bhimtal after the second Pandava brother Bhima in the Epic Mahabharata, who was known for his prodigious strength. Naukuchiyatal- It is known as nine corner lakes which is located at 26 km from Nainital and 4 km form Bhimtal. It is deepest lake in Nainital.
After B/F move to excursion of Mukteshwar that is one of the sacred 18th Jyotirlinga of India. After that return to Nainital & visit Thandi sadak (cold road called due to it’s mostly being under shade), then move to hotel, overnight at hotel. Mukteshwar- Mukteshwar gets its name from a 350-year-old temple of Shiva, known as Mukteshwar Dham. It is 18th Jyotirlinga in India that is located at 51 km from Nainital. Famous for it’s sunrise & sunset the town is an important tourist destination in the Nainital offering scenic beauty from one of the highest points.
After B/F transfer to Delhi airport/railway station for onword destination.
After B/F proceed to pre lunch sightseeing of Jaipur which includes – Amber fort, Hawa mahal.
Amber Fort - Diwan-e-khas (hall of private audience), Sheesh Mahal (mirror palace) or a secret passage, this fort has it all. The awe inspiring intricacies and delicate design makes one feel part of the 16th century. With a lake at its feet and greenery all around, the Amber Fort is a pleasant sight to one’s eyes.
Hawa Mahal - The “Palace of Wind” is situated in the heart of Jaipur. With its 953 windows adorned with intricate detailing, this palace acted as an air conditioner in summers.
Post lunch move to Jaipur sightseeing which includes – Jaipur City palace, Jantar Mantar, after that return to hotel, overnight at hotel.
Jaipur City Palace - Embracing European, Mughal and Rajput architecture, the City Palace consists of courtyards, buildings and gardens. It is an embodiment of grandeur, acquisitiveness and extravagance.
Jantar Mantar - Jantar Mantar Observatory was built by earlier Kings for measurement of time, location of stars etc. It is still equipped with immense, brick and mortar instruments. You can still calculate some of these parameters with the help of these sites.
After B/F transfer to Airport/Railway Station for departure for Delhi/to your return destination.