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Uttarakhand Tour

10 Days 9 Nights


The best time to visit Uttarakhand, a state in northern India renowned for its scenic beauty, spiritual sites, and adventure opportunities, largely depends on the experiences you seek and the specific regions you plan to explore within the state. Uttarakhand experiences distinct seasons: summer, monsoon, and winter.

For most travelers seeking a comfortable and enjoyable experience, the best time to visit Uttarakhand is during the summer months from April to June. This period allows for comfortable travel, sightseeing, and exploration of various hill stations and cultural attractions.

However, if you're specifically interested in winter activities such as skiing or experiencing snowfall in the higher-altitude regions, then the winter months might be the best time for your visit. The monsoon season may not be ideal due to the challenges posed by heavy rainfall and potential travel disruptions. Plan your visit to Uttarakhand based on your preferences and the type of experiences you wish to have during your trip.

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Tour Highlights

  • The Hill Retreat Of Nainital
  • Boating Club
  • Cable Car Ride
  • Thandi Sadak, and Lakes
  • Hill Station Of Ranikhet
  • Chaubatia Gardens
  • Majhkhali
  • Bhalu Dham
  • Har-ki-Pauri
  • Parmarth Niketan at Ram Jhula
  • Gun Hill
  • The Jheel
  • Patanjali Yogpeeth
  • Kaladhungi Museum
  • Lal Tibba
  • Crocodile Pool


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  • TransportationTransportation
  • StayStay
  • BreakfastBreakfast
  • DinnerDinner

Arrive in Delhi, The Beautiful Lake District Of Kumaon. Check-In To Your Hotel and Freshen Up. The Kumaon Hills Are Known For Their Idyllic Beauty - Mountains Silhouetted Against The Sky, Streams Rippling Through The Silence Of Forests, And Placid Lakes Reflecting The Changing Panorama Of Nature. In The Evening, Enjoy A Boat Ride On The Famous Lake And Visit The Local Market For Some Shopping. Overnight Stay At Nainital.

After Breakfast, Full Day Is At Leisure To Explore The Hill Retreat Of Nainital. Visit Mall Road, Boating Club, Cable Car Ride, Thandi Sadak, and Lakes (Sat Tal, Naukuchiatal etc.). It Is Blessed With Scenic Natural Splendour And Varied Natural Resources. Dotted With Lakes, Nainital Has Earned The Epithet Of the 'Lake District' Of India. Later Back To Hotel, Rest Of The Day Free At Leisure, Overnight Stay At Hotel At Nainital.

Today You Will Drive To The Popular Hill Station Of Ranikhet. On Arrival Check Into Your Hotel. After Taking Some Rest Go Local Sightseeing In Ranikhet Visit the Golf Course, Chaubatia Gardens, Majhkhali, and Bhalu Dham. Overnight Stay at Ranikhet.

Drive To Kausani, At The Height Of 6250 Ft. / 1890 Meters Above Sea Level, It Offers A Spectacular 300 Kms Wide View Of The Himalayas & Walks In The Thickly Wooded Area. Check In Hotel. Later At Evening, Overnight Stay at Kausani.

Early Morning You Can See The Enchanting Sunrise Over The Himalayas - A Rich Experience, Which Will Remain Alive In Your Memories For Lifetime.

Drive to Jim Corbett. The Park Was Named After Jim Corbett, The Legendary Hunter-Naturalist Turned Author, And Photographer Who Spent Most Years Of His Life In This Area And Helped Set Up This Park. Check Into the Resort, Enjoy Recreational Facilities At the Resort, Kaladhungi Museum, Crocodile Pool, Getthryo Guided Nature Walk, Back To the Resort, and Dinner. Overnight Stay at Corbett.

After Breakfast, we move to Rishikesh via Haridwar. If time allows you can enjoy their Aarti of Har-ki-Pauri. reach Rishikesh and stay at the Ganga River-facing Hotel. Overnight Stay in Rishikesh.

After breakfast, you will move for the rafting (16 Km Down). You will enjoy Cliff Jump, Rapids around 8 to 9, learn how to ride a raft, and gain experience in white river rafting. If possible you can enjoy Bungee Jumpy too. In the Evening you will enjoy the most famous Aarti in the world Parmarth Niketan at Ram Jhula. Overnight Stay in Rishikesh.

Morning After Breakfast, Proceed To Mussoorie. Located At An Altitude Of 2000M. Above The Sea Level. Mussoorie Is Sprawled Over A Horseshoe-Shaped Ridge. It Offers Some Breath - Views Of The Snow- Clad Himalayan Peak Of Western Garhwal, As well Of The Dehradun Valley. Check In Hotel.
Later Afternoon, Leave For Half Day Sightseeing Including Gun Hill, The Second Highest Peak In Mussoorie. Kempty Falls, 15 Km Away On The Yamunotri Road. Camel’s Back Road, The Jheel, Lal Tibba, Lake Mist Resort. Dinner & Overnight At Hotel.

After Breakfast, proceed to New Delhi via Haridwar sightseeing at all temples & Patanjali Yogpeeth (If time allows us). End of your trip with happy memories & Transfer to you at railway station/Airport.

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  • Full Refund Policy: Cancellation made 60 days or more before the tour start date will receive a full refund or credit note.
  • Partial Refund Policy: Cancellation made between 30 to 59 days before the tour start date will receive a 75% refund.
  • Partial Refund Policy: Cancellation made between 15 to 29 days before the tour start date will receive a 50% refund.
  • Partial Refund Policy: Cancellation made between 08 to 14 days before the tour start date will receive a 25% refund.
  • No Refund Policy: Cancellation made within 14 days of the tour start date will not be eligible for a refund.



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