Early morning departure for Mussoorie. Arrive Mussoorie by evening Room allotment and Check in - Freshen Up Walk over the Mall road to feel the silence and breeze and chill of Mussoorie Over night at Mussoorie.
After BFast Start with Lal Tibba. A scenic 5 km uphill walk from Picture Palace to the highest point in Mussoorie. Passes through Landour Bazaar.Old light house is the nice thing to see there Further to Kempty Falls - about 15 km from Mussoorie, this now over-built spot is a popular tourist destination. Jawahar Aquarium on mall road, very nice collection of fishes. One can enjoy the trolley ride to GUN HILL to view the spelendid view of all the city and ice capped himalaya. Over night at Mussoorie.
Check out after BFast, Arrive Corbett Park Room allotment and Check in - Freshen Up Buffet Lunch Depart for Jhulapul (Jhulapul is a bridge made of Iron rods with Suspension) And sighseeing of Corbett Museum and Girija Temple Corbett Museum: Corbett Museum is the place where Jim Corbett stayed during winters and the museum has his books like Man Eating Tiger, Man Eating Tiger of Kumaon etc. The museum also offers his personal items like, gun, fishing net, cap, bag and some of his photographs with tigers.
Early morning rouser(appx 5:30 AM), fresh and wash. Take open Gypsys and depart for Corbett National Parks main jungle to enjoy Corbett Parks wild life in its natural habitat. One naturalist guide will accompany in each jeep(for 3 hours), to define Floras and Faunas of Corbett Park. Back to resort by breakfast time. Checkout after Breakfast. Enroute visit Corbett Fall also known as Danger fall Arrive Nainital by Lunch - Check in - Freshen Up Local sightseeing - Zoo, Boating, Nainadevi Temple, Ropeway, Tiffin top, visit Tibati Market Over Night at Nainital
After breakfast go for local sight seen Bhimtal, Naukuchiyatal, hanumangari. Bhimtal is a picturesque little town in the Himalayan foothills of Kumaon. Located 22 km from Nainital at an altitude of 1375m, Bhimtal is named after Bhima, one of the important character int he epic Maharbharata. The town is known for its beautiful lake which is the largest in Nainital district. Bhimtal is the ancient place mentioned in the Hindu epic Mahabharata where Bhima built a huge lake to provide water during the banishment of the Pandavas into the forest. It is also has the old mountain route from Kathhgodam to Kumoan and beyond, going up to Tibet and Nepal. Bhimtal was one of the ancient silk routes from the Far East. Over Night at Nainital