Jim Corbett is a no no if you're planning a budget trip because the real experience will cost over 7k for Jim Corbett alone. I'd say go for Rishikesh (Amazing cafes and interesting spots), then Nainital (beautiful lakes), Haridwar (if you wanna have some religious feels), Dehradun (Again, amazing cafes and dainty feels) and finally Mussoorie for gorgeous hills and #Instaworthy spots!
You can enjoy adventuring sports in Rishikesh.ie Rafting, Kayaking, Boating, Bungee jumping. Or you can learn some new yoga tricks or any musical instrument which you wanted to learn from so long time. But these are not the only beautiful things about Rishikesh. Because as my favorite activities are here like reading a random book, live in the Serenity and enjoy in the Liberating and evolving weather. But you can also meet a lot of new people from around the world and correct your thoughts about things around us or can also share your own art and creativity to a fresh audience. And music, yoga and exploring nature are three basic pillars for me to plan a trip.😸 and yes hotels start from 600rs. per night and there are some dormitory and ashrams also starting from 200rs. some time with two time food even. Or you can stay in Gurudwara near Muni Ki Reti for free with food.😻 and travel by train. As my favorite buy a tent for 2000rs from decathlon and go to Shivpuri for a camping. hope it helps. Have a nice journey.Hari Om.
Hi Aniket I would suggest you Lansdowne( check my publish trip), from lansdowne you can visit the Kalagarh Tiger Reserve and then Jim Corbet.
Jim corbet is must because during March to June season is called to be the best visiting season as it allows visitors to get the most of the animals inhabiting in the park. And do enjoy the river rafting there.
About staying you have so many options Airbnb and Oyo rooms is the best for budget.
Personnel vehicle would be better.
Hello! Jim Corbett is absolutely beautiful however sighting Tigers needs really good luck on your part. There is definitely a lot more to Jim Corbett and simply experiencing the wild is an experience in itself. Uttrakhand offers some really great trekking options ranging from easy-moderate 2 day treks to the difficult ones. In case you're looking to put your feet down and Enjoy views in a comfortable and homely environment you should consider going to Lansdowne, It is a small and peaceful hill station just about 250 kilometers from Delhi!
The destinations mentioned by you are secluded.
As Haridwar, d'dun, mussoorie which can be extended till dhanaulty are on single stretch and from Haridwar there are two routes which goes to either d'dun or to rishikesh. still Rishikesh can be covered once completed with the mussoorie stretch by coming back to mid way of Haridwar d'dun then to rishikesh Jim Corbett and nainital, bhimtal, kausani, almora, Binsar etc all are on a separate route from Delhi .
As you have Planning a budget Trip then Skip Corbett and add Munsiyari or Kausani or Ranikhet.
Start Your trip from Rishikesh then sight seeing of dehradun to mussoorie and stay at Landour then Dhanoulti to New Tehri You can stay at New tehri or Kanatal then chopta
April will be perfect time for Uttarakhand. If you traveling via Delhi, then I would like to suggest you, take Derahdun Jana Satabdi from Delhi, getting off at Haridwar and take hotel at Haridwar.
1st Day : Take a local auto for local side seen, on evening spent your time at Har ki Piyari Ghat for One of the most beautiful Sandha Aarti at Ganga Ghat.
2nd Day : Early Morning take Cab for Mussouri covering Rishikesh (Full day). If you an adventure lover then you can stay at Rishikesh in Tent and you can try Bunjee Jumping and River Rafting over here. 3rd Day : If you stay at Rishikesh then start your journey for Mussouri or You stay at Mussouri then take a cab for side seen of Derahdun and Mussouri. 4th Day : Book your cab For Jim Corbett. will take 6hrs from Mussouri.
5th Day : Spent full day at Corbett.
6th day : Take train from Rannagar to Delhi