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Day Wise Itinerary
Blessed with plush natural beauty and ancient temples, Nainital is a hill station to calm the senses. It is a perfect holiday destination for tourists in summers. Named after the famous British hunter turned author and naturalist, Corbett (Jim Corbett) National park is one of the oldest National parks in India. The reserve is lush with diverse flora and fauna, situated in the sub-Himalayan belt.
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 01: Arrival At Delhi And Transfer To Nainital
Arrive Delhi and drive to Nainital. Enroute halt at Gajrola. Nainital - The spell binding panorama of snowy Himalayan ranges glistering with rising sun's graceful willows encircling the emerald mountain, Lake, lush green woods overwhelmed with cool breeze gives an wonderful experience. On arrival check into the hotel. Evening enjoy the most salubrious climate and offers of exquisite excursions of boating. Overnight at the hotel
Day 02: Nainital- Bhimtal- Saatal– Nainital
0700 hrs: Early morning visit Cheena Peak to get a panoramic view of the Himalayas (suggested by Pony)
1000 hrs: After breakfast take an excursion to Bhimtal and Saatal a cluster of seven lakes and beautiful surroundings, which offers spectacular views of the terraced plantations.
1700 hrs: Return to Nainital. Overnight at the hotel.
Sattal or Sat Tal (Hindi for "seven lakes") is an interconnected group of seven freshwater lakes situated in the Lower Himalayan Range near Bhimtal, a town of the Nainital ...
Sattal, Uttarakhand, India
Day 03: Nainital-mukteshwar-nainital
0900 hrs: After breakfast, take a full day excursion to Mukteshwar. It is the most beautiful place in Kumaon, from here one can see the majestic Himalayan peaks. Proceed to the Old Shiva Temple perched on an outcrop above the sleepy town. This is a delightful place - serene, tranquil from where you can look out across the magnificent valley spread 100s of feet below near by its Chauthi Jali (a vertiginous outcrops of rocks and a great place for spotting eagles and other birds of prey). You can also visit the picturesque Little Church (75 years old) that is perched on the side of hill.1500 hrs: Drive back to Nainital. On Arrival, optional visit Snow View Point by Cable car. Return for overnight at the hotel.
The temple of Mukteshwar is dedicated to lord Shiva. Set on a height of 2300 mt, the temple represents a pristine sense of devotion. Lush green surroundings, mesmerising ...
Mukteshwar | Near Chauli Ki Jali, Nainital, India
Day 04: Nainital To Corbett
After breakfast drive to Corbett National Park. The Park is named after Jim Corbett, it is one of India's first wildlife sanctuaries spread over an area of 521 sq. Km and the first to come under project tiger. Wildlife population includes the Leopard, Sloth Bear, Jungle Cat, Fishing cat, Wild Boar, Langur and Rhesus monkeys, Gharial and Mugger Crocodiles. Arrive and check in the Lodge for overnight