In the morning, drive from Delhi to Jim Corbett National Park. Jim Corbett Nation Park is famous for Tigers, Leopards, Crocodiles and Elephants and various Birds. Upon arrival, transfer to a wildlife resort and unwind yourself, followed by dinner and overnight stay.
Day 2 : Dhikala forest lodge
Early in the morning, we will take you for a wildlife safari into the Corbett National Park. The early hours of the morning are best for sighting tigers. Later return back to the resort for breakfast. Post breakfast we will take to Garjiya Devi Temple along the Kosi River. Again return to the resort for lunch. In the afternoon we will drive towards Dhangadi gate which is the entry gate for Dhikala Zone. Upon arrival check into the Dhikala Forest lodge for an overnight stay.
Day 3 : Dhikala forest lodge
This entire day is dedicated to wildlife tours via different modes. Early in the morning enjoy an elephant safari in the park for sighting various wild animals. Return to the lodge for having breakfast and then we will take you for a jeep safari to crocodile point wherein you can witness the predatory reptile. Come back to the lodge for lunch. Later we will take you to the watchtower overlooking a water hole. Return back to the lodge by evening and enjoy the screening of various wildlife films and documentaries followed by dinner and overnight stay.
Day 4 : Nainital
Check out from the Dhikala Forest Lodge early in the morning and drive towards Bhuvankhal. Witness the sun kissing the sky at Bhuvankhal and then continue driving towards Nainital. On reaching Nainital check into a hotel and relax. Later in the afternoon, we will take you on a lake tour of Nainital. The tour will include a visit to Naukuchia Tal, Bhimtal, Sattal and Khurpa Tal. Later in the evening take pleasure in a boat ride on the Naini Lake. Return to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay.
Day 5 : Delhi
Post breakfast, drive back to Delhi from Nainital. On reaching Delhi we will transfer you to the airport or railway station and you can return to home, Do you know Jim Corbett killed 19 man-eating tigers in total including the famous Champawat Tigress which was responsible for 436 deaths.
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