Uttarakhand - Sacred Land for Those Seeking Salvation.
Uttarakhand is known for many Hindu pilgrimage sites. As a result, religious tourism accounts for a significant component of the state's tourism. The Char Dham Yatra, which translates to "journey to four centres," begins in Yamunotri and travels through Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath to conclude their pilgrimage. Aside from Chardham, travellers go to Panch Kedar (God Shiva's five holy temples) and Panch Prayag (five sacred river confluences). The Haridwar Kumbh Mela (fair) occurs every 12 years and is a prominent tourist destination in the state during January and February. Nainital, also known as India's lake district, welcomes visitors and offers a variety of water sports on freshwater lakes. The Jim Corbett National Park, India's first national park, is located in Uttarakhand. Ecotourism and the first tiger conservation project are two of the city's most well-known features.
CP (B) / MAP (B, L or D) Plan
Star Accommodation as per package
Transportation by AC Vehicle
MAP plan as per package
Toll parking, Driver Batta, interstate taxes included
Flight / Train Tickets
Meal plan (lunch)
Entry Tickets / Adventure Activities
The above price is based on a minimum of two persons travelling together.
The pricing listed above does not apply to travel during blackout periods, trade show periods, or special events.
There are no refunds for any services that are not used.
It is recommended that all clients purchase travel insurance for the duration of their vacation. Please check with our travel specialist for specifics. (This does not apply to individual travellers).
If the date of travel, the number of participants, the type of lodging, the mode of transportation, or the length of the trip vary, the quote will be updated.
Unless pre-booked and pre-paid in advance, requests for early hotel check-in or late check-out are at the hotel's discretion.
Peak Season Surcharge – If applicable, as well as any costs incurred as a result of natural disasters such as landslides, road closures, political unrest (strikes), and so on (to be borne by the client and paid directly on the spot).
We have the right to change, revise, vary, or cancel any advertised departure or excursion. We will occasionally change the itinerary for the benefit of our passengers. All services, however, will remain unchanged.
There are no reimbursements for any services not used on your tours, such as meals or sightseeing.
Delhi — Nainital (325kms/8-9hrs)
Pick up from Delhi Airport transfer to Nainital, after arrival, Overnight stay at Hotel.
After breakfast, take a cable car ride to a snow viewpoint in the Himalayan foothills. Visit Chidiya Ghar, Hanuman Garhi Temple and Sunset Point. Overnight stay at Hotel
Nainital –Jim Corbett (110kms/3-4hrs)
Check out of the hotel early in the morning after breakfast. Go to Jim Corbett. After arriving at the hotel, check-in and go on an optional Jeep Safari in the evening. Stay the night.
Jim Corbett — Haridwar (200kms / 4-5hrs)
Check out of the resort and go to Haridwar after breakfast. Afternoon visit for Ganga Arthi, Manasa Devi, Chandi Devi, Har ki Pauri, Stay at a hotel for the night.
Haridwar — Rishikesh (20kms) — Mussoorie (80kms)
After breakfast, check out of the hotel and go to Rishikesh, where you will see Ram Jhula, Laxman Jhula, Geetha Ashram, and Shivananda Ashram. Late afternoon, drive to Mussoorie, where you will check into a hotel and spend the night.
After breakfast, visit Kempty Waterfalls, Lal Tibba, Camels Back Road, and Hill Church Mall Road in Mussoorie. Stay in Mussoorie.
Mussoorie — Delhi (320kms / 7-8 Hrs)
After an early breakfast, Check out of the hotel and transfer to the Delhi airport.