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6 Nights 7 Days

Kumaon is among the most preferred tourist spots in India. It is situated like a jewel in the Himalayas with amazing locations such as Jim Corbett National Park, Ranikhet, Almora, and Nainital. Acquaint yourself with fauna and flora at Jim Corbett National Park and then take a trip to Ranikhet. Discover the charm of Ranikhet and visit Almora the next day. After experiencing your day at Almora, move forward towards Nainital, the ‘Lake District’ of India.

Detailed Day Wise Itinerary

Day 1 – Arrive in Delhi | Drive from Delhi to Corbett (250 km/approx. 7 hours)

Upon your arrival at the Delhi airport/railway station, board the designated vehicle and drive to Corbett National Park. Situated in Uttarakhand, Corbett is famous for being the oldest national park in India. An ideal spot for wildlife lovers, the park is adorned by the beauty of fauna and flora.

After arriving in Corbett, check-in at the hotel and spend the rest of the day relaxing and refreshing yourself in the leisure time.

Day 2 – Trip to Corbett

In the morning, check-out from the hotel to begin your journey towards the mesmerising attraction, Corbett National Park. Known to be India’s first Tiger Reserve, the park is a home to variety of species of birds, reptiles, mammals, plants and shrubs. Go on a safari ride (charges applicable) and explore the fauna and flora at the park.

Tall, grassy meadows, pure sal trees, bamboo, a variety of grasses, shrubs and green sheesham contribute to the greenery of Corbett National Park. The residents of the park include tigers, leopards, bear, hog, sambar deer, muntjac, fox, spotted deer, cheetal, ducks, spotted eagles, woodpeckers and many other species of animals and birds. Crocodiles, gharials, turtles and several water birds also dwell in the natural environment of Corbett National Park.

After spending quality time at the park, return back to the hotel and stay overnight.

Day 3 – Drive from Corbett to Ranikhet (130 km/approx. 4 hours)

In the morning, check-out from the hotel and start your journey towards another charming destination – Ranikhet, referred to as ‘Queen’s Meadow’. Board your designated vehicle and drive to the place to familiarise yourself with its uniqueness. Upon your arrival at Ranikhet, check-in at the hotel and enjoy rest of the day at leisure. You would be amused and fascinated by the serenity and floral beauty of this hill station. Stay overnight at the hotel and relax.

Day 4 – Sightseeing in Ranikhet

This morning, embark on a sightseeing tour of Ranikhet. The ancient temples, stunning landscape and alluring flora and fauna of the place would mesmerise you.

While exploring the ancient temples, you would familiarise yourself with the architecture and divinity of the place. Sun Temple, Binsar Mahadev Temple, Makameshwar Temple, Haidakhan Temple, Jhoola Devi Temple and Hairakhan Temple are among the most famous temples of Ranikhet. These temples are well-known not only for their religious importance but also unique and detailed architecture.

You would be delighted to experience the calm environment, tall conifer trees, green meadows and natural beauty of this hill station. Eye-catching sceneries, trekking opportunities and fantastic picnic spots will make your visit an unforgettable experience.

After enjoying your day in the serene environment of Ranikhet, spend your night at leisure in your hotel.

Day 5 – Drive from Ranikhet to Nainital (60 km/approx. 2 hours) Excursion to Almora En route

Check-out from the hotel and board the designated vehicle to start your journey to Almora. A jewel on the crescent – shaped mountain, Almora is a town of natural beauty and temples. While enjoying the scenic beauty, you can spend your day by shopping in this hill station. You can visit Lala Bazaar, a 200-year old market, and buy stuffs like Angora cloth made of Angora rabbits and special copper vessels of Almora. You can also visit Govind Vallabh Pant Museum to see ‘Apen’ folk – paintings and other treasures.
The culturally-rich Almora is home to many temples, such as Chitai (Golu Devta), Nanda Devi, Katarmal, Jageshwar, Kasar Devi and the 800 year old Sun Temple. These temples are known not only for their religious value but also for their architectural quality. Sightseeing, shopping and visiting temples will keep you busy all the time in Almora. Finally, you can relax for sometime and then leave for Nainital.

After you reach Nainital, check-in at your hotel and relax.

Day 6 – Sightseeing in Nainital

In the morning, check-out from the hotel and be ready for the sightseeing of Nainital, popularly known as the ‘Lake District’.

Board your vehicle and drive to Hanuman Garhi, a famous religious centre and a beautiful picnic spot. Next proceed for an enthralling tour of three beautiful lakes – Bhimtal, Nakuchiatal and Sattal, situated at a distance of 5 to 8 km from each other. The moderate weather, placid surroundings and scenic beauty of these lakes would draw your attention. You get a chance to do fun-filled activities such as birdwatching and boating.

Nainital’s alluring beauty will tempt you to admire the glory of mother nature. You can visit Naini Lake, Naina Devi Temple, Nainital Zoo, Eco-Cave Garden, Snow-View Point and other treasures at the place. From Snow-View point, you can get a beautiful view of the snow-capped Himalayas.

Stay overnight at the hotel and relax.

Day 7 – Drive from Nainital to Delhi (279 km/approx. 7 hours)

Refresh yourself and check-out from the hotel in the morning. Board the designated vehicle and drive back to the Delhi airport/station for your return journey.

Tour Ends.

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About Destination


Set among the Himalayas is the tiny hill station called Ranikhet. ‘ Ranikhet’ basically converts to ‘ Queen’ s meadow’ in Hindi and its attractive environment is sure to astound any tourist at any time of the year. The spectacular beauty of the pine trees, the lush green woods, exciting mix of flora and fauna and the vast field of the Himalayas jointly make the ideal recipe of a stress buster. Add to these, the fresh and pure Himalayan wind, the awesome and relaxed weather and the breathtaking views of the grand Himalayas that will offer you the excellent destination to rest and share a unique bond with Mother Nature. The pine, oak and deodar forest coordinator an array of wildlife such as leopard, barking deer, Sambar, Indian hare, red-faced monkey, red fox, jackal and porcupine. Ranikhet provides a number of places to visit like the Golf Course, Ashsiyana Park, Mankameshwar Temple, Bhalu dam and a sun temple called Katarmal. Ranikhet has no dearth of hotels and guest houses cheap pocket-friendly ones to luxury hotels, you have all the options here.


Enclosed by the steep forested hills of Kumaon on the outer Himalayas, Nainital is a town that grew up all over its namesake, Lake Naini. A preferred destination for honeymooners, this hill station, with its legendary past, is a part of the Indian state of Uttarakhand. With a scenery dotted with a variety of lakes like Tallital, Mallital, Sattal, and Bhimtal, it is no wonder that the area is known as the Lake District of India. A spider’ s web of picturesque hiking trails includes the hillsides around Nainital. The spectacular surroundings of the twisted rides and remote peaks of the great Himalayas will hold you spellbound. Spend some time promenading along Mall Road and discover the unique dishes of Nainital and get some unique mementos. Aside from stunning environment, the city also offers other destinations like Nainital Zoo, a cable-car ride to Snow View, an entertainment park called Mountain Magic, the impressive Governor’ s residence, Raj Bhavan with its extensive grounds and many beautiful churches. No matter if it is boating on the emerald green lakes or clambering through the lush forests or simply relaxing in the lap of Mother Nature, Nainital is sure to bring out the romantic in you.

Jim Corbett National Park

Covering the oldest national park in India, the Jim Corbett National Park, and various other wonderful valleys, the area of Corbett in the Indian state of Uttarakhand, is similar to the stunning world conjured by Rudyard Kipling in his book, ‘ The Jungle Book.’ Hilly ridges distributed with flat valleys and green grasslands matching marshy wetlands, Corbett has an extensive wide range of flora and fauna. A spirit with wanderlust is drawn to this area, with its amazing panoramas and adventurous atmosphere. Located a hop, skip and jump away from the hill station of Nainital, Corbett is home to over 500 species of birds and 50 species of mammals like tigers, leopards, spotted deer, elephants, wild boars and sloth bears. This sanctuary for wild beasts brings out the daredevil in you, as you go on jeep safaris, elephant safaris and trek through the dense forests.