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Jim Corbett National Park
The Nainital with Corbett tour starts from Delhi. Hit the road to Nainital. A picture hill station in Uttarakhand, Nainital is blessed with oodles of natural wonders. Perched at a height of 6,358 feet above sea level, the hill town lures tourists from different nooks and corners of the globe. The place is also quite popular amongst the honeymooners.
Upon arrival, check-in at the hotel. Spend the rest of the day relaxing. But, if you want, you can also go for exploring the attractions nearby. Or else, you can walk to Mall Road. Enjoying a boat ride on the Naini Lake is also an option at additional cost.
On day 2, savor delicious breakfast and you can begin to sightseeing the attractions in and around Nainital. Rejuvenate your senses with the ethereal charm of the verdant jungles, lush valleys, soft white clouds, stunning vistas and so much more. Pay homage at the Hanumangarhi Temple. Dedicated to Lord Hanuman, the sacred shrines offers astounding sunrise and sunset views.
Next, you can calm your senses at the popular lakes in Nainital. Take a tour of Bhimtal, Sattal and Naukuchiatal. A beautiful gem of Nainital, the Bhimtal is adorned with a cerulean lake and temples nestled amid the green mountains. Sattal, on the other hand, is an interconnected group of seven freshwater lakes. Tucked beautifully amidst hills, Naukuchiatal is truly surreal and is also known as the lake of nine corners. Don't forget to delight in boat rides here.
Enjoy dinner and an overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 3 starts with a hearty breakfast. Thereafter, check out from the hotel and get ready for your trip to Jim Corbett. Nestled in Nainital, Jim Corbett National Park was established in the year 1936. Reckoned as the first national park in the Asian continent, it is home to a variety of flora and fauna, including endangered species and Royal Bengal Tigers. The oldest national park in India derived its name from a hunter turned conservationist Edward James Corbett (Jim Corbett). It was the very place where Project Tiger was launched in 1973. Presently Corbett is divided into five different zones where visitors can delight in wildlife safaris.
Upon reaching, check-in at the hotel. Unwind yourself and proceed for evening safari in the park which can arranged at additional cost. Enjoy spotting various species of flora and fauna. Rest of the day is to be spent leisurely. Satiate your hunger with tasty dinner and retire for the night.
An overnight stay is planned at the hotel.
Set out for morning safari (at an extra cost) in Jim Corbett National Park. Explore the pristine wilderness of the park and marvel at the wonderful sights, while seizing the glimpses of numerous flora and fauna. Subsequently, return to the hotel to have your breakfast. This is followed by a road trip back to Delhi. After reaching get comfortably transferred to the Delhi Airport or Railway Station for your onward journey.