- Destinations covered in the tour: Nainital; Ranikhet; Almora; Jim Corbett National Park
- Nainital: Also known as India’s ‘Lake District' because of the numerous lakes spread across its regions, this town derives its name from an old temple of Goddess Naina Devi situated on the shores of the lake. A stunning hill destination resting in the Central Himalayas in the Kumaon Region.
- Naini Lake: One of the main attractions of Nainital is the Naini Lake also called Tri-Rishi Lake. The lake is shaped like an eye and is surrounded by hills on all sides. It is said to be one of the emerald green eyes of Siva's wife which fell at this site and hence the name Nainital.
- Naini Peak: Also called as the China Peak, it is the tallest peak of all peaks in the entire Nainital region. Situated at a height of 2611 meters above the sea level and presenting the finest views of the Himalayan range, this place is definitely a not miss destination along the way.
- Snow View: Snow view as the name suggests offers an indescribably beautiful and breath-taking picture of the glittering snows of Himalayas. It is the most easily accessible hilltop and is 2.5 kilometers away from Nainital.
- State Observatory: Near the Hanuman temple stands the Uttaranchal Government observatory and the Satellite Tracking Center devoted to astronomical studies and optical tracking or artificial earth satellites. Public is shown round some of the instruments during working days at afternoons.
- Ranikhet: is a year-round destination that attracts tourists from all over the country and outside. An idyllic hill station in Kumaon, Ranikhet has been a summer retreat for many city-jaded souls from the sun-scorched plains. Hill Resorts in India takes you away from the noise and pollution of crowded cities to pine scented environs of Ranikhet. Come and recharge your batteries in the pleasant climate of Ranikhet with Hill Resorts in India.
There are a number of tourist attractions in Ranikhet that tourists can visit. Chaubatia Gardens is large orchard that is spread over an area of 265 acres. Then there are 2 famous temples, Jhoola Devi Ka Mandir which was constructed 400 years ago, and Kali Devi ka Mandir, which is said to be more than 5000 years old. Other places to visit here include Bhalu Dham, an artificial lake and Upat Kalika, which is around 4 kilometers from Ranikhet on the main road to Almora.
- Almora: is a wonderful place to conveniently enjoy the spectacular snowcaps of the central Himalayas. Most of the days in Almora are flawless. Almost every day the tourist can see almost every peak. Almora allows you to enjoy the mighty Himalayas together with ridge after ridge of hills. The terraced fields, the stone slatted barrack-like village houses have so far put up a valiant fight against the encroachments of urban expansion and unplanned development. Almora also has some beautiful health resorts. The most famous among them is Ranikhet (1,820 meters above sea level). Ranikhet depicts queen’s field. It is said that a Rani while spending some time here once gave this name to the city. During the days of the British Raj, Ranikhet was a British cantonment.
- Jim Corbett National Park: Arrive in Ramangar and proceed to the park. Visit the Dhangarhi museum or Corbett fall during the day. Visit the Gujri Temple in the evening. Start the second day with the Jungle Safari; see & capture wildlife in cameras as the safari takes you on a 3 hours journey through the park, bringing you face to face with Royal Bengal Tigers, Elephants and Leopards along the way.
A TOUR OF THE OLDEST NATIONAL PARK IN INDIA