There are very few holiday destinations that are popular as a collab of Nainital Corbett Ranikhet Tour Packages from Banzaara. This is such a versatile package that fits in a weekend as well as a long holiday itinerary. Hindu temples, nature’s beauty, unlimited wildlife experience, exquisite and authentic cuisine- that’s what the offering is about.
Be it a first-time visitor or a travel enthusiast, you are sure to let go of all your worries and be one with nature. The Nainital Corbett Ranikhet Tour Packages is not only famed for its sparkling beauty; but also, for mesmerizing lakes and panoramic views to etch in your memories forever. The package is a sheer amalgam of world-famous ancient shrines, historic monuments, colonial extravaganza, and wildlife at its best. Delve deep into the offerings of the natural spread and rejuvenate for brighter beginnings ahead.
Special Points To Visit Nainital Corbett Ranikhet Tour Packages
- Nainital is a heavenly abode for hill station enthusiasts, that is nestled in the picturesque Himalayas of Uttarakhand.
- While on the Jeep Safari, enjoy the lush green forest’s views cut across by streams and rivers and a few waterfalls.
- Crouch your way to explore the Himalayan Wildlife Habitat at the Eco Cave Garden.
Nainital Corbett Ranikhet Tour Packages Itinerary
- Chaubatia Gardens– Chaubatia Garden is located about 10 km south of Ranikhet in the Almora district of Uttarakhand. It is famous for its lush green fields and a large expanse. The name suggests the junction of 4 ways.
- Mankameshwar Temple– The temple is built by the Kumaon Regiment of the Indian Army. Located within the army premises, it is a temple for army men that also draws locals and tourists in large numbers.
- Sunset points– The soothing and heartwarming sunset behind the green hills of Ranikhet are the most prominent and satisfying feature of Ranikhet.
- Naini Lake- Tectonic in origin and Kidney-shaped Naini lake is a freshwater body, amidst the town of Nainital. It is one of the major attractions of Nainital in the Kumaon district of Uttaranchal.
- Naina Devi Temple– World-renowned shakti peeth of the Hindu religion, Naina Devi temple is a sacred place of great devotion for Goddess Naina Devi in Nainital.
- Naina peak trek– With Himalayan ranges on one side, Nainital city and lake on the other, and picture-perfect greenery all around. This 6 km climb can be completed within a span of 1-2 hours. This trek is a retreat of fresh air and soul-soothing scenery.
- Eco cave gardens– It is a cluster of natural rocky caves which are developed into gardens. It offers a majestic view of 6 caves formed in the shape of animals and is a great adventure sight for children to experience the natural habitat of a variety of animals.
- Raj Bhawan– The Governor house of Nainital is known as the Raj Bhawan, which is a symbol of British Heritage in Nainital. This is a building from the British era, that resonates with the colonial vibe and the architectural artistry.
- The Mall Road– The busiest road in the daytime, the Mall runs side by side with the Nainital Lake. The Mall Road connects Mallital and Tallital, two main ends of Nainital.
- Pangot and Kilbury bird sanctuary– Pangot village is famous as it houses almost 580 different species of birds, along with a landscape that is vibrant and peaceful.
- Snow View Point– At an altitude of 2270 meters, it is a gateway to the snowy valleys and mountains of the Great Himalayas. The picturesque beauty it serves is beyond explanation; when you experience it through a helicopter ride.
- Dorothy’s Seat– Popularly known as ‘Tiffin Top’, Dorothy’s Seat is situated at the top of Ayarpatta hills, a good 20 minutes walk to reach the top. Tiffin Top is the name assigned after people who used to have day lunch at top of the hill on Dorothy’s seat.
- John Wilderness Church– The beauty of neo-gothic architecture, tall deodar and pine trees, divine ambiance, stained glass windows, and eerie yet positive aura of the graveyard, are the key attractions of the famous spot in Nainital.
- Kosi river– The eastern periphery of Corbett National Park is entirely fed by the Kosi river which flows from Mohan to Ramnagar via Dhikuli.
- Sitabani Temple– The temple is dedicated to Sita, from the epic Ramayana. Sitabani temple is an ancient temple famous for its religious significance.
- Durga temple– One of the most famous spots in Jim Corbett for the devotees of goddess Durga. It is prominent for its architecture, showcasing legends of other Hindu deities.
- Hanuman Dham- This huge first-of-its-kind temple is dedicated to lord Hanuman and captures various depictions of Lord Hanuman not only from Ramayana but even older scriptures.
- Corbett Falls– Corbett falls are scenic waterfall located 25 km from Ramnagar. Over the years, it has been developed as a tourist destination right amidst the dense Corbett National Park.
- Garjiya Devi Temple– It is a noted temple located in the Garjiya village near Ramnagar, Uttarakhand. It is situated on the outskirts of Corbett National Park and is a sacred Shakti shrine, where Garjiya Devi is the presiding deity.
- Corbett Museum– It is located in a heritage bungalow of Edward James Jim Corbett, the renowned environmentalist, hunter as well as a front runner in the tiger conservation regime.
- Exploring ancient religious places
- Deep forest Boating
- Exploring the flora and fauna in the forest
- Peaceful Walks
- Exploring authentic Kumaoni cuisine
- Pick up and drop to Delhi airport/ station by AC sedan car
- Intercity transfers from Delhi-Nainital-Ranikhet-Corbett by AC sedan car
- All meals
- Local sightseeing at different locations
- All applicable hotel taxes
- A bottle of water per person every day
- Air/ Rail fare
- Personal expenses
- Laundry, telephone calls, tips, porter charges, etc
- Any unforeseen cost due to natural calamities
- Entrance fees, video camera permits during sightseeing
- Travel insurance
- Jungle Safari at Corbett
- Any hike in taxes or fuel price
Things to carry:
- Original ID proof
- Raincoat or umbrella
- Comfortable clothing and footwear
- Extra batteries and charger
- Weather-proof clothing
- Keep the vicinity clean to keep the beauty intact
- Tourists scared of heights are advised to stay extra careful while sightseeing
- Keep your belongings safe
- Keep regular contact with the tour manager
- Eat well before heading out
- Stay careful when in the wild
- Stay hydrated during the travel
Frequently asked questions:
- What is the best time to visit Ranikhet?
Ranikhet is the most beautiful from April till July. Greenery is in full bloom from September to November.
- Are there bars and pubs in Ranikhet?
The in-house bar facilities can be found at selected 3-star hotels that are situated in Ranikhet. Otherwise, it is difficult to find bars and pubs near Ranikhet.
- Are mobile phones allowed during Jeep safari?
Visitors are allowed to take their mobile phones on park excursions but do not play any kind of music or sound inside the park.
- How to book an Elephant Safari in Corbett?
First, you have to book Jeep Safari. Thereafter, you can get elephants for rides on a first come first serve basis from Bijrani and Dhikala zones.
- When is Corbett closed?
From July to October, Corbett remains closed due to the monsoon season.