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Meet & Greet at the Delhi Airport/ Railway station and drive to Nainital.

Enjoy a day at beautiful Nainital popularly known as the “City of Lakes”.

Drive to Kasauni, the on the way scenic beauty will be a delight to watch.

Take a sightseeing tour in Kasauni.

Visit Ranikhet and relax in the midst of the green orchards and colonial establishments.

Drive back Delhi.

Tour ends on a wonderful note!!!!!


    What to Expect

    Accommodation: Throughout the entire tour you will stay in the hotels where you can relax and enjoy quality services.

    Transportation: Exclusive non AC vehicle will be provided for the entire tour.

    Guide Service: On Demand (At an additional cost).

    Wonderful Memories: At the end of your tour you will take back a huge bundle of beautiful memories that you will cherish for a lifetime.


    On arrival at the airport or railway station in Delhi, drive towards the first destination – Nainital – a sparkling gem in the crown of Uttarakhand.

    Nainital is a bustling hill station that lies in the beautiful Kumaon foothills of the Outer Himalayas. The presence of an emerald lake in the heart of the town makes it a paradise for holidaymakers. This hill station has been mentioned in the Indian mythology and ancient religious texts. It is the site of a revered Shakti Peeth and has an old temple of Naina Devi on the lake's northern shore. The association of this place with the colonial era in India is another reason behind its immense fame. People from all over India and abroad, travel to this place for exploring its natural, religious and historical aspect.

    Once you reach here, check-in at the designated hotel and spend the remaining day in activities of your choice. You can either relax in your hotel room or enjoy a boat ride on the glittering Naini Lake (at your own expense).

    Return to the hotel for a hearty meal and take a good night's sleep for waking up refreshed next morning.

    Wake up in the morning and get prepared for the day's excursion. Start with a visit to Hanuman Garhi, which is a famous religious site and picnic spot in the town’s outer bounds. This hilltop temple was built by a highly-revered saint named Neem Karoli Baba in the mid-20th century.

    Not only is this temple complex a place of veneration, but also a site for beholding the stunning surrounding landscapes. The breathtaking vistas of sunrise and sunset from this place are famous.

    Later, leave for an enthralling tour of three lakes – Bhimtal, Naukuchiatal, and Sattal. All these lakes are situated at short distances from each other and are known for their picturesque environs and gleaming waters. While the lake in Bhimtal is known for its island, the one in Naukuchiatal is a perfect site for angling and birdwatching. The interconnected lakes in Sattal are quite mysterious and earn fame for their serene location and almost undulated surroundings. You may enjoy boating on all of these lakes and click pictures of the verdant landscapes.

    Retire to the hotel for a sumptuous dinner and a relaxing overnight stay.

    After completing all the formalities, check-out from the hotel and drive to Kausani – the next destination. The drive is a scenic one through the winding roads, with views of rolling hills, mountain streams, and dense vegetation. On the way, you can visit Chaubatia and Kalika in Ranikhet. The former of these is a ridge known for its botanical garden and apple orchards, whereas the latter houses a sprawling golf course and a Hindu temple. After exploring these two places, continue the journey to Kausani, a place known for its scenic splendor.

    Kausani is a picturesque hill station, tucked away in the mountainous district of Bageshwar. This tiny hamlet is widely recognized for its pristine natural beauty and, most importantly, the sweeping panorama of the Himalayan ranges painted in different hues of the sun. It was even referred to as the ‘Switzerland of India’ by Mahatma Gandhi, during his brief stay in the hill station.

    On reaching Kausani, check-in at the hotel and sleep the night away for removing the fatigue.

    In the morning, proceed for a half-day sightseeing tour, which would take you to the revered Baijnath Temple and Kausani tea plantations.

    Situated just a few kilometers away from the hill station, Baijnath is a small hamlet known for its conglomeration of ancient temples. The most significant shrine in this group is the Baijnath Temple – dedicated to Lord Shiva and his consort Goddess Parvati. Constructed somewhere in the 12th century, this temple was built under the patronage of the regional Katyuri kings and is made of stone The next place to explore is Kausani Tea Estate, where the local Girias tea is grown, processed and then exported to various countries. You can take a walk through the green contours of these plantations and know about the entire process of producing tea. After an exhilarating day trip, return to the hotel and have your meals, followed by a good night’s sleep.

    In the morning, check-out from the hotel and drive towards Ranikhet – a hill station and cantonment town.

    Ranikhet is a beautiful hill station, nestled in the lap of mountains and within the sight of the Western Himalayas. It was used as a summer retreat by the British during the colonial era. Spread across two high ridges, this hilly cantonment is blessed with nature's bounties in abundance. Temples, colonial establishments and fruit orchards are the main attractions in this beautiful Kumaoni destination of Uttarakhand.

    On reaching here, check-in at the hotel and spend the remaining day at leisure. Spend the night in your hotel room and take a refreshing sleep.

    Once you have a delicious breakfast, complete the check-out formalities at the hotel.
    Thereafter, drive to Delhi's airport or railway station for the journey back home. Tour Ends.

    Important Instructions

    Heavy Woolen & Jackets will be needed in the winter season. In summers, it can rain at any time. An umbrella/raincoat can be handy. Carry heavy woolen clothes to protect from cold weather during the month of October-November and carry moderate woolen during Summer Season for Char Dham Yatra.

    Avoid using Plastic Bags or Plastic Bottles, as plastic does NOT decay itself & harms the natural environment. If you do use plastic kindly don’t throw in the lake/ forest and carry back. The use of Plastic Polythene Bags is banned in Nainital.

    While traveling to high Hills always carry Camera, Goggles, Sunscreen lotion, and Sports Shoes in-case you like nature walks (Binoculars are optional).

    When on a safari tour, don’t carry luggage, baggage, and any non-biodegradable products like plastic, bottle, metal foils, tin can, etc.

    Avoid loud music and noise inside the park. The quieter you are, the more is the possibility of you watching the wildlife.

    While on a safari tour, don’t get down from your vehicle and don’t carry any kind of weapon inside the park. Consumption of non-vegetarian food and alcohol is strictly prohibited inside the park,

    Don’t use flashlights when clicking animals as animal eyes are very sensitive.

    While visiting Hindu mythological sites, shrines, and temples, one should remove shoes and cover the head with a piece of cloth before entering the Holy Place.

    Carry woolen Blanket, an umbrella, Raincoat, Torchlight, minimum luggage and canvas shoes with you. You can carry woolen sweater, monkey cap, and muffler, which will enable you to withstand cold winds, at the upper level of Himalayas. Do carry creams, moisturizers, sunscreen creams.

    Please ensure if you are physically unfit for this strenuous journey. Get yourself thoroughly checked by any physician 3 months prior to the journey. Make sure you do not suffer from high blood pressure, diabetes, cardiac disease or any such problems. If you have so, it is better to get proper medication and treatment before heading on to the Chardham Yatra.

    Pack a medical kit with painkillers, antibiotics, cough lozenges, Antiseptic cream, Iodine, tube-squeeze cream and medicines for cold and fever as you might find only limited and general medicine at such remote locations.

    Carry dark chocolates, dry fruits, Glucose toffees. They will provide you instant energy during the trekking and during long jams. When asking for directions, speak to shopkeepers, not pedestrians. Check with at least two persons or more. Alcohol or non-vegetarian food is not permitted during Char Dham Yatra Tour.

    At least a month before the Yatra, it is advisable to start preparatory exercises for the trip 4 months in advance. Though self-managed tours happen to be economical, it is advisable for your Chardham yatra to go for a guided tour arranged by an expert travel agent.

    Drink packaged water or boiled water only. Always avoid carrying heavy luggage along with you and make sure you carry only the most necessitated items with you.

    It is also advisable to carry an unfailing cell-operated torch with some extra cells to get help on the way, especially at nights. It will be a smart decision to carry some packets of dry fruits like raisins, almonds, and cashews that will help your body to regain energy during the arduous walks in the journey.

    If you are not used to long distances make an earlier practice for that always plan your trip in a group either with your family or friends since the routes are challenging and you may face some kind of difficulties. So, great assistance is always needed for the same.

    Besides, all these mentioned tips; the most essential thing to keep in mind is to have a strong will and determination in your mind so that you would be able to complete trekking and Yatra tours without any hassles and problems and will reach easily at the high peaks of the sacred Himalayas.


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    • Meal as per Plan
    • All transfers and sightseeing as per the itinerary in an air-conditioned vehicle.
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    • Entrance at any monument/museums or any other activity fees which is not mentioned in the inclusions shall be borne by the customer on direct payable basis.
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    FAQ's Uttarakhand

    Ladakh, a large area of the northern and eastern Kashmir region is located in the northwestern Indian subcontinent. Ladakh covers about 45,000 square miles (117,000 square km) and contains the Ladakh Range, which is a southeastern extension of the Karakoram Range, and the upper Indus River valley. Ladakh is one of the highest regions of the world.

    Monasteries: Belonging to the Tibetan sect of Buddhism, the red hat Buddhist monks have built some of the most pristine monasteries in this harsh landscape that enthrall people from the world over.

    The confluence of Indus and Zanskar: Driving a few hours from Leh, you will find the point where the mighty Indus and Zanskar converge to flow into Pakistan as the Indus. Every season has the river in different hues and colors. The rivers run a deep emerald green and a bright blue that is contrasted against the stark brown mountain valleys through which they flow.

    The highest motorable passes in the world: Some of the highest motorable passes in the world like the Khardung-La and the Chang-La passes that connect the pristine valleys of Nubra and Changthang to Ladakh.

    Lakes of Tso Moriri and Pangong Tso: Visit Ladakh for spellbinding views of surreal lakes at high altitudes.

    April-June: From April, tourists start to migrate to Ladakh, as the cold fades and the snow starts to melt gradually. The temperature during this time is still quite cold, around 5°C-7°C. By the second week of May, the very important Srinagar-Leh highway is made available again, thus opening the floodgate for the flurry of tourists to go to Ladakh.

    September-October: Autumn in Ladakh is once again one of the best times to visit. Being washed by the rain over the monsoon season, the rugged surroundings turn to its freshest of colors. Moreover, the crowd from the summer season thins out to quite an extent, which means Ladakh can be enjoyed a bit more freely.

    January to March: The famous Chadar Trek is on for adventure lovers at this time. One part of the trek involves walking over the frozen Zanskar River. a – Bharatpur – Sarchu – Gata Loops – Nakee La – Lachulung La – Pang – Tanglang La – Gya – Upshi – Karu – Leh

    By Air: Leh Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport is the main airport in the area. This is the closest airport at Leh, which is all around associated with Delhi, Jammu, Srinagar, and a few different urban areas in India.

    By Road: If you are traveling from Srinagar then you will be covering a distance of 434 km route via Srinagar – Sonmarg – Zozi La – Drass – Kargil – Mulbek – Lamayaru – Saspol – Leh. If you are taking the route of Manali to Leh then you will be covering a distance of 490km, while enjoying the beautiful vistas of the region like, Manali – Rohtang – Gramphu – Kokhsar – Keylong – Jispa – Darcha – Zingzingbar – Baralacha La – Bharatpur – Sarchu – Gata Loops – Nakee La – Lachulung La – Pang – Tanglang La – Gya – Upshi – Karu – Leh

    There are several Banks in the city of Leh now including SBI, PNB, Axis, HDFC and J&k Bank and they all have ATM facilities so it is almost impossible that you have difficulty getting cash in Leh as it happened in my case. However, there are no ATMs in Nubra and towards Pangong and Tso Moriri so you will have to carry cash when you head towards these areas.

    The peak summer months from mid-June to September have a pleasant temperature and therefore single T-shirts or shirts can do. In winter (from November to February), one needs to carry heavy woolen clothes and warm jackets. However, in most parts of the Leh- Ladakh region, there is a drastic fluctuation in the daily temperature. Therefore, tourists should carry woolen clothes and sweaters while packing their bags for the trip.

    Many arts and crafts, handlooms and cloth materials which are handmade and high quality are available in Ladakh. You can buy a variety of souvenirs from Leh. The stunning Ladakhi jewelry makes a gorgeous addition to your collection. You can also shop for the Pashmina Shawls and the traditional warm robe ‘goncha’, made with wool or cotton. You can also buy dried or freshly harvested apricots grown locally in Ladakh and its neighboring areas. You can also find organic apricot jam and oil while shopping in Leh Ladakh, to make the most of the luscious fruit!

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