We stayed at this hotel near the Ghat of Ganga. A nice hotel with good food. They offer American, Italian, continental & Indian Breakfast. The staff here takes an extra mile to make your day special.
From Rishikesh we left for Jim Corbett National park by road.
footprints of tiger
View from jeep
Dense jungle of Jim Corbett
It is considered Asia’s oldest wildlife sanctuary which is a home of around 200 tigers. We took morning 6 to 9 o’clock Jeep safari into the deep dense forest following the foot prints of tiger to see but unfortunately couldn’t. They also have safari in noon. Earlier there were Elephant rides too. In order to be lucky in case of tigers one must visit this park between mid November to mid March when Dhikala zone of forest is open for tourist.
This resort is located 15km away from Jim Corbett National park. As the name suggest it offers plenty of adventurous activities. They also have pool side Board games & campfire with music at night for refreshment from a hectic Day. The Buffet dinner here is good, especially the kadi-khichadi.
We are now heading to one more Wildlife sanctuary which is Binsar wild life sanctuary. In this sanctuary for first 15 km we need to travel by jeep & then walk for 2 kms to observe Beautiful Himalayan Range.
It is also known as Switzerland of India for its mesmerising beauty. Coming here you cannot afford to miss the sunrise. This land also grows a lot of tea & hence you can see lot of tea gardens on your way
We stayed at Heritage Resort which is located at a height which makes Watching sunrise more Beautiful
Exploring everything we came down to Bhimtal & Nainital by Evening. We were tired but couldn’t miss Boating