On arrival in Delhi Railway station, our representative will welcome you with flowers and transfer to you Haridwar, arrival and check in the hotel, after fresh up visit:-
Haridwar is a famous religion of Hindu in Uttarakhand and its make our mind peaceful with the heart, here are many saint and a Big Ganga that’s come from Himalayan very true atmosphere to remain here.
After reaching in the Haridwar at 14:00 you may visit:-
Lakshman Jhula is one of the main attractions of Rishikesh. It is 450ft long hanging bridge on the river Ganga which was built in 1939. According to myths and legends Lakshman, brother of Load Rama crossed Ganga River on a jute rope from this point. The 13 storied temples are located near Lakshman Jhula where the idols of several Gods and Goddesses are kept. The bridge gives a magnificent view of the Ganges, greeting you with the cool breeze from the river.
Ram Jhula connects Swargashram with Shivananda Ashram. Several ashrams are located near Ram Jhula. Ram Jhula is bigger than Laxman Jhula and even more picturesque.
Later you may join the Ganga Evening AARTI and bring some wishes to through a coin in Ganga River. After AARTI back to the hotel, dinner and overnight stay in the Hotel
Day 2 : Haridwar to Jim Corbett (Via Rishikesh sight seen)
After breakfast checkout from hotel and proceed to visit:-
Mata Chandi Devi Temple & Mata Mansa Devi Temple, very famous temple in Haridwar top of the Hill.
The temple of wish-fulfilling Goddess Mansa Devi sits high on a hill in Haridwar, one of the holiest seven places in India. Its very popular with pilgrims who flock there in hopes of getting their wishes granted. You may go in the temple by walking one and half kilometer & go by cable car (own cost) After visit to temple proceed to visit Rishikesh and there you can enjoy river rafting, it’s very famous places to enjoy the river rafting.
After river rafting till the evening transfer to Jim Corbett, arrival and check in the hotel, later dinner and overnight stay in the Hotel.
After breakfast proceed to visit:-
Jim Corbett National Park is the oldest national park in India and was established in 1936 as Hailey National Park to protect the endangered Bengal tiger. It is located in Nainital district of Uttarakhand and was named after Jim Corbett who played a key role in its establishment. The park was the first to come under the Project Tiger initiative.
Corbett has been a haunt for tourists and wildlife lovers for a long time. Tourism activity is only allowed in selected areas of Corbett Tiger Reserve so that people get an opportunity to see its splendid landscape and the diverse wildlife. In recent years the number of people coming here has increased dramatically. Presently, every season more than 70,000 visitors come to the park from India and other countries.
Garjia Maa Temple is situated in the mid of Kosi River near Ramnagar. The temple holds great importance amongst the locals. Almost every couple who visits Corbett National Park, visit this temple of Garjia Maa to take their blessings.
Corbett Water Falls:-
The Corbett waterfalls, a small nonetheless an awesome view is from a height of about 60 feet and is in the backdrop of scenic greenish forest. Full moon light colored waterfall is really worth-while to observe. The wide area around the water fall provides very good parking and camping facilities. It is a very nice picnic spot.
Also visit Jim Corbett Musueam Later back to the hotel, dinner and overnight stay in hotel.
After breakfast proceed to visit:-
Corbett Jungle Museum (Corbett Home):-
Corbett Museum is the place where Jim Corbett stayed during winters and the museum has his book like man eating tiger, the museum also offers his personal items like, Gun, Fishing net, cap, bag and some of his photographs with tigers.
Jeep Safari in Corbett National Park:-
The Jeep Safari allows the wildlife enthusiast to cover large distances in the jungle in a short span of time, allowing tourists, wildlife lovers and photographers to cover large tracts of park in a day. Open jeep roofs allow for a good 360 degrees view of the wild jungle around, while the vehicle also provides ample security to the animal watchers.
Elephant Safari in Corbett National Park:-
An Elephant Safari is the more traditional and adventurous way of paying the jungle a visit. The height of the animal ensures that you get a wider view of the wild, and you are less likely to distract the tiger.
After visit to Jim Corbett Safari, departure to Kausani, arrival and check in the hotel, later dinner and overnight stay at Hotel.
After breakfast proceed to visit:-
Rudhradhari Falls and Caves in Kasauni are located at a place with terraced fields, lush green paddy fields and dense green pine forests. These magnificent waterfalls can be viewed while trekking to Adi Kailash region in the hill station of Kasauni. The Rudhradhari falls is a natural attraction here and many ancient caves are explored nearby areas. The falls impinging the valley flows from their as rivers and small springs. The puranic stories relate this place with Lord Shiv (Rudra) and Lord Vishnu (Hari).
There is a famous Baijnath Mandir (Lord Shiva) on the bank of the river which is said to have been built by the Kumaon Katyuri king in around 1150 and it was Capital of the Katyuri dynasty of kings who ruled Uttaranchal during 12th and 13th century, Baijnath was once known as Kartikyapura. One of the most important places to visit in Baijnath is the historically and religiously significant Baijnath Temple constructed in the twelfth century.
After breakfast checkout from hotel and transfer to Binsar, arrival and check in the hotel, after fresh up visit to Binsar:- Binsar is one of the most scenic areas and highly-acclaimed hill resort in the Kumoun Himalayas. It is located at a distance of about 26 kms from Almora Surrounded by abundant garlands of alpine flora, ferns, hanging moss and many other species of wild flowers, Binsar is surely one of the most delightful places to visit.
Bineshwar Mahadev Temple
its build in 16th century, Bineshwar Mahadev Temple is an important landmark and a must-visit place in Binsar. It was due to this temple that the region was named Binsar. King Kalyan Chand, one of the scions of the Chand Raja dynasty, is believed to have built this temple. The temple enshrines the deity of Lord Shiva. Apart from being a religious place, Bineshwar Mahadev Temple boasts of great architectural excellence.
Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary
Nestled amidst the Himalayan range overlooking the Almora valley, Binsar is a beautiful, quiet and wild destination to explore in the Uttarakhand state of India. Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1988, mainly for the conservation and protection of the shrinking broad leaf oak (Quercus) forests of the Central Himalayan region. An epitome of serenity and tranquility, the place extends tourists an unexploited and unruffled beauty.
There are innumerable varieties of birds that extend a colorful plumage to the whole area. There are a total of about 200 species of birds, some of which are tits, forktail, nuthatches, blackbirds, parakeets, laughing thrush, magpies, kalij pheasant (lophura leucomelana), monal, koklas and woodpeckers.
After breakfast checkout from hotel and proceed to visit Mukteshwar more visiting places.
Once here, the simplicity of this 350-year-old Shiva temple will win you over. Inside the temple complex there are numerous bells and holy clothes tied on various spots by devotees with a desire that their wishes to be fulfilled by the Lord. Views from here are just breathtaking and it’s ideal place for photography and meditation.
Wildrift also has a team of professional Paragliding pilots who are passionate about flying and you can do more things like bicycling, trekking and more.
After breakfast proceed to visit:-
The Nainital Zoo or Bharat Ratna Pt. Govind Ballabh Pant High Altitude Zoo is situated in the hills of Sher ka Danda and is just 1 km away from the bus stand. At an elevation of 2100m. Above sea level, this zoo is a favourite of tourists, students as well as children. It provides a safe and secure habitat to many high altitude animals. Some of the animals at the zoo include the Snow Leopard, Himalayan Black Bear, Siberian Tiger, Barking Deer, Sambhar Deer, Palm Civet Cat, Wolf, Silver Pheasants, Hill Fox, Ghoral, Rose ringed Parakeet, Owl, Eagle and many rare Himalayan birds. The zoo is closed on Mondays and all national holidays.
At an altitude of 1635 mts Khurpatal is an awesome place, located just about 12 km from the Nainital town. This place is a heaven for anglers with clear weather, plenty of game and fishes. You can reach the place by trekking 5 km amidst lush greenery.
The Nainital Boat House Club exclusively holds the management of yatching in Nainital. While sailing a yatch requires a thorough knowledge of sailing technique and skill, casual visitors and tourists can still enjoy a drink at the lake-facing bar or shoot a game or billiards by paying a nominal temporary membership fee. At present, the Nainital Boat Club has got 10 yatchs. The original yatch club was shut down in 1947.
After breakfast proceed to visit:
Hanuman Garhi is a Hanuman temple located in the town of Tallital, at a distance of 3.5 km from Nainital. The temple is located at an altitude of 6401 feet and the temple was built in 1950 by Neem Karoli baba. The temple has a statue of Lord Hanuman who is believed to have opening his chest to show the image of Lord Ram residing in his heart. It is also a great place to view the sunset and sun rise.
Also known as Naina Peak, this peak is at an altitude of 2611 mts and at a distance of 6 kms from Nainital. China Peak being the highest peak of the town, offers stunning views of the majestic snow capped Himalayan range from Bandar Punch in the wheat to the peaks of Nepal in the east. And a bird's eye view of the entire town of Nainital on the other side. The emerald green Naini Lake, the centerpiece of the town below, looks wonderful from the top. It is truly worth the 60 minute hike to the top. Unlike other viewing spots, China Peak is not visited by crowds of tourists so it's a beautiful spot to enjoy a few hours of solitude too. tourist infrastructure is fairly minimal in terms of food availability so it's best to carry food and water with you.
Bhimtal is a picturesque lake located in the lake district of Uttarakhand state i.e. in Nainital district. Bhimtal is perched at an elevation of 1,370mts above sea level. Named after the legendary Bhima of Mahabharata, Bhimtal is a beautiful lake centered amidst green mountains.