|Nainital with Corbett National Park Package
Duration : 3 Nights / 4 Days
Destinations: Delhi – Nainital – Corbett National Park – Delhi
|Day 1: Delhi – Nainital (310kms / 8hrs).
On arrival pick up from Railway Station / Airport, drive to Nainital. On arrival check in Hotel. Evening free for Mall Road & Boat ride at Naini Lake. Dinner at Hotel. O/N/S
Day 2: Nainital (Local Sight Seeing).
After Breakfast drive for lake tour of Bhim Tal, Sat Tal, Naukuchia Tal. After noon visit Snow view point, Rope way & enjoy Mall Road. Dinner at hotel. O/N/S
Day 3: Nanital to Corbett National Park ( 60 kms 2 hrs).
After Breakfast. Check out hotel. Depart for Corbett. On the way visit Corbett Fall & Museum. On arrival check in hotel. After freshup visit Corbett National Park. Located in the foothills of the Himalayas is the majestic Corbett National Park. Home to a variety of flora and fauna, it is famous for its wild population of Tigers, Leopards and Elephants.Dinner at Hotel. O/N/S
Day 4: Corbett – Delhi (280kms/7hrs).
After Breakfast check out hotel. Depart for Delhi. On Arrival drop to Railway Station / Airport.
Transportation by Non A/C Indica Car (2Pax),
Tavera (4 Pax & 6 Pax) &
Tempo Travelers (8 Pax or 10 Pax) for the entire tour.
Inc of Toll Tax, Parking,
Driver allowance, State tax.
All sightseeing and excursion as per the itinerary
Mentioned or similar hotels on MAP (Breakfast and Dinner Basis)
Personal Expenses, Train / Air fare, Service tax., Guide, Entry Charges, Potters, Boat Ride, Jeep Safari, Room Heater & Rope way
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