Day 01: Delhi – Nainital
On arrival at Delhi Airport / Railway station meet and drive to Nainital, the most beautiful hill station of Kumaon. Check in to your hotel and rest of the day at leisure. Evening you will walk to Naini Lake and Mall road. Night stay Nainital.
Day 02: Nainital
Morning after breakfast, start your sightseeing visiting Naina Devi temple. Located on the northern shores of Naini Lake, the divinity of the temple is ‘Maa Naina Devi’ represented by two eyes. Visit the Naini Lake, a beautiful tranquil 2 mile long pear-shaped lake. Enjoy boat a ride in the Naini Lake. Climb another 800 feet by rope-way to reach breathtaking Snow View Point. Early evening visit Nainital High Altitude Zoo which offers a safe and secure habitat to many high altitude animals. Some of the animals that can be speckled here are Himalayan Black Bear, Barking Deer, Silver Pheasants, Snow Leopard, Siberian Tiger, Rose ringed Parakeet, Palm Civet Cat, Sambhar Deer, Wolf, Hill Fox, Ghoral, Owl, Eagle and many rare Himalayan birds. After visit proceed to Hanuman Garh. This is a well-known Lord Hanuman’s Hindu Temple hovering at the altitude of about 6,401 ft from sea level and a premeditated location that offers the artistic scenery of sunset. Enjoy the sunset and drive back to the hotel for overnight stay.
Day 03: Nainital – Ranikhet – Kausani (115 kms / 3.5 hrs).
After a relaxed breakfast drive to Kausani en route visit Ranikhet, Ranikhet: it is a serene and peaceful hill station foreshadowed by conifer forests and surrounded by snow clad Himalayan ranges from the Bhagirathi peaks in the west to Nanda Kot in the east. Ranikhet also offers golfing at the 9 Hole Army Course besides being known for the orchards of Chaubatia and Jhoola Devi Temple, After that drive to Kausani. Kausani: At a height of 6250 feet, it offers a spectacular 300 kms wide view of the Himalayas and walks in the thickly wooded area. Offers interesting excursions to the 12th century Baijnath Temple by the Gomti River and to PatalBhuvneshwar with its enchanting underground cave temples.
Day 04: Kausani Sightseeing
After a relaxed breakfast do local sightseeing of Kausani. Himalayas and walks in the thickly wooded area. Offers interesting excursions to the 12th century Baijnath Temple by the Gomti River and to PatalBhuvneshwar with its enchanting underground cave temples. Overnight stay Kausani.
Day 05: Kausani – Binsar (70 kms / 2 hrs).
After a relaxed breakfast and reach the resorts in Binsar (7000 feet) by lunch time, after settling into the resort the essence of another natural jewel of Kumaon. Take a short hike to a local Kumaoni village for a taste of the local culture. Overnight stay Binsar.
Day 06: Binsar –Almora – Binsar.
After breakfast leave for local sightseeing and excursions drive for Almora, Almora / Binsar: Drive uptoJhandiDhar (8000 feet asl) within the Binsar Sanctuary for a majestic view of the Himalayan panorama – the snow clad peaks of Kedarnath, Nanda Devi and Nanda Kot are visible from here. The beautiful forests of Himalayan oak and rhododendron are excellent for walks and soft treks. Nearby is the Chitai or GoluDevta Temple revered by the local population and 30 kms away is the magnificent, 10th century temple complex of Jageshwar dedicated to Lord Shiva, set amidst thick deodar woods. Overnight stay Binnsar.
Day 07: Binnsar / Corbett (180 Km / 05 Hrs)
Morning After breakfast leave for Corbett, upon arrival check in your hotel, evening free at leisure, overnight stay Corbett.
Day 08: Corbett
Early morning you will be taken for a Jeep Safari in the National Park. If luck persists you can have a sighting of tiger, elephants, deer, monkeys and host of bird species. Day will be at your leisure. Evening will be at your leisure. Overnight stay hotel.
Corbett National Park: Corbett national park was established in 1936, as the Hailey National Park, India’s first national park and the first sanctuary to come under Project Tiger, Corbett supports a variety of vegetation making it the ideal habitat for the Tiger and its prey. Once a popular hunting ground of the British, this 201 square mile park was named in honor of the late Jim Corbett, the legendary hunter-naturalist turned author and photographer who most of his years in this area and contributed in setting up the this park. With the help of the World Wildlife Fund, was launched in Corbett National Park in 1973 and this park was one of the first such tiger reserves in the country
Day 09: Corbett – Delhi (296 km / 08 hrs drive)
After breakfast drive to Delhi. Transfer to Airport / Railway Station for Departure.