Mussoorie Haridwar Nainital Corbett Tour
- 8 NIGHTS 9 DAYSDURATION
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- new-delhi END CITY
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- Mussoorie Haridwar Nainital Corbett Delhi
- Day 01
New Delhi - Mussoorie
300 Kms 7Â½ HrsArrive Delhi Airport / Railway station. Embark on a drive to the picturesque town of Mussoorie, " Queen of Hills" spread along a horseshoe shaped ridge overlooking the Doon Valley. Check into your hotel. Evening a stroll on the Mall road for souvenir shopping. Dinner & overnight at Mussoorie.Mussoorie :- Mussoorie was never an official summer capital unlike Simla - a hill station in the state of Himachal pradesh which was the summer capital of the British Indian government and even unlike Nainital - the summer capital of the united provinces government in British India. Mussoorie always remained unofficial - for the affairs of heart. It has always been a gossipy place - with an air of informality and a tradition of romance - The Honeymoon capital of India.
- Day 02
Full Day TourMussoorie :- Commence your city tour with Gun Hill, a curious flat-topped hill is the second highest peak of Mussoorie. You can reach it on foot or on a pony by a bridle path from the Mall. Alternatively a 400 metre ropeway takes you up to the hilltop on a scintillating journey with great views. From the hilltop you get to see some of the more prominent peaks including Banderpunch, Srikanth, Pithwara and the Gangotri group. In colonial times, a gun placed on the summit used to fire at mid-day for locals to adjust their watches.Visit the Camel's Back road, a 3-km road encircling the base of Gun Hill is also a good place to view the breathtaking Himalayan sunset. Named after a nearby rock formation that looks like a camel's back, a walk or pony ride along this road yields the sights of snow mountains. Later try skating at the skating rink at Kulri Bazaar, built in an old British theatre.Visit Kempty Falls, 15 kms from Mussoorie on the new road to Yamunotri. A bath in the pool at the foot of the falls is a must-do for tourists thronging the spot. Steps lead down to the pool around which tea stalls, shops selling towels and bathing suits have come up.Evening free to explore the mall. Dinner & overnight at Mussoorie.
- Day 03
Mussoorie - Haridwar
Departure (100 Kms 2Â½ Hrs)Breakfast at hotel & proceed to Haridwar on arrival Haridwar check in Hotel. later we shall take you to visit to the Har- ki- Pauri, Revel in Ganga Aarti in the Evening is at leisure to walk along the Ganges & explore the colourful bazaars. Dinner & overnight at Haridwar.Haridwar- Gateway to the Lord. One of the holiest Hindu pilgrim sites on the banks of the sacred river Ganga, Haridwar is a bustling town with crowded markets, a multitude of temples, ashrams and ghats overflowing with pilgrims desirous of attaining a measure of salvation - in this life or in the next one.Visit Har-ki-Pauri which literally means footsteps of God. Lined with temples and guesthouses looking on to the river, the ghats (river landings for bathing) have worshippers bathing early in the morning and the spectacular Ganga Arti (worship of the river Ganga with lamps) in the evenings. In the distance are the Himalayan peaks, and all around forests and hill shrines. The atmosphere, the rituals and the view around Haridwar all serve to give the uninitiated a glimpse into Hindu religious philosophy.
- Day 04
Haridwar - Rishikesh
25 kmsMorning after an early breakfast, take an excursion to Rishikesh. Here you may opt to enjoy some adventure activities like River rafting, etc. on own. Later visit to Laxman Jhula & surrounding temples & ashrams. Return back to Haridwar for overnight stay at the hotel.Rishikesh :- 25 kms upstream on the banks of the Ganga where it is met by the Chandrabhaga is the holy town of Rishikesh. Literally, Rishi's (holy man) locks, this small town is the point where the holy Ganges crashes down in full glory onto huge boulders and creates long stretches of white sandy beaches. The banks are lined with ashrams, where saints and holy men rested before beginning their arduous pilgrimage up into the snow-covered land of the gods. Rishikesh is essentially a combination of five different districts- Rishikesh the commercial centre, Muni-ki-reti in the quiet suburbs, Shivananda Nagar to the north, Lakshmanjhula with its holy shrines and Swarg Ashram where most of the ashrams are located.Swarg Ashram, with its numerous ashrams, food stalls and shops is a haunt for those looking for insights into religious themes. The newly constructed Ram Jhoola straddles the Ganga at this point. You can also make a river crossing on the ferries that run during the day. Important shrines and ashrams at Swarg Ashram include Kali Kumbliwale founded by Swami Vishudhananda, Parmarth Niketan with large statues of gods and goddesses and the Gita Bhavan with its Ayurvedic dispensary and shop selling religious books and cotton Khadi.About 2 kms upstream is the old footbridge called Lakshmanjhula, named after the brother of Lord Rama. Temples line both sides of the river at Lakshmanjhula.To the northeast is the area of Muni-ki-reti. Along the banks of the Chandrabhaga river, this area with its secluded white sand beaches is ideal for swimming. Boat rides on the river near Swarg Ashram are a pleasant diversion, and you can feed the fish that cluster around pilgrims throwing balls of wheat flour into the waters.
- Day 05
Haridwar - Nainital
285 Kms 7 HrsEarly morning after breakfast. You will proceed on a picturesque drive to the charming hill station of Nainital.On arrival, check in to the hotel. Rest of the evening is at leisure.Overnight stay at Nainital.
- Day 06
Full Day City TourBreakfast at hotel & enjoy an excursion to the lakes which includes Sat Tal, a group of seven lakes including the famous jade green Garud Lake, the larger Bhimtal and Naukuchiatal then visit the Naina Devi Temple and Hanuman Garhi.Day is at leisure. Overnight stay at Nainital.
- Day 07
Nainital - Corbett
80 kms / 02 hrsBreakfast at hotel & proceed for an excursion to Jim Corbett Park.proceed to Corbett National Park lunch on the way. Once you reach Jim 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. check in to the wildlife resort. Rest of the day free at leisure for individual activities. Have dinner and overnight stay at the resort.
- Day 08
National ParkEarly morning go for wildlife safari to the park and explore the exotic wildlife and flora & fauna by Elephant / Jeep.Back to hotel breakfast then enjoy the amenities of the hotel. (For the jungle safari permit, we need personal details in advance).lunch at the resort. And get ready and head for Garjiya Temple along with river Kosi. Evening nature walk in the Corbett national park. Have a sumptuous Dinner at the resort and overnight stay at the resort.
- Day 09
Corbett - New Delhi
Departure Transfer to Airport/ Railway stationBreakfast at hotel & proceed to Delhi lunch on the way to Delhi.Proceed to Delhi Airport / Railway station for your onward journey & tour ends with sweet memories.
- Accommodation on twin Sharing Basis as Per Plan.
- Assistance on Arrival & Departure.
- Daily Breakfast at Hotel.
- Private A/c vehicle for Airport transfers & sightseeing.
- All permit fees & hotel taxes
- Air Fare/Train fare.
- Personal Expenses such as Laundry, telephone calls, tips. Liquor, boating & joy rides.
- Any other item not specified in â€œCost Includes.
- City Guide.
- Monument Entry Fees.
- Video Camera & Camera Fees etc.
- Any meals / tipping / personal exp etc.
- Additional sightseeing or usages of vehicle not mention in the itinerary.
- Any cost arising due to natural calamities like, landslides, road blocks etc (to be borne by the clients directly on the spot).
- Govt. Service Tax. 05%
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