Himalayan Edge



Duration: 10 Nights / 11 Days


Day 01: Kathgodam  – Mukteshwar ( 45 kms/02- 03 hrs)

On Arrival at Kathgodam railway station we will pick up you and drive to Mukteshwar,On reach check in at Hotel.

An overnight stay.

Mukteshwar gets its name from a 350-year-old temple of Shiva, known as Mukteshwar Dham, situated atop the highest point in the town, on the veterinary institute's campus. Close to it lie the overhanging cliffs, locally known as Chauli-ki-Jali, used for rock climbing and rappelling, with an excellent view of the valleys below. The sunrise point is at the government-run PWD guest house. Another tourist attraction is the small Satoli Village, situated just 21 km from Mukteshwar.One can also visit the Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI). Mukteshwar is the abode of a saint — Shri Mukteshwar Maharaj ji — who lived at the Top Cottage Temple where his samadhi is. One of his disciples, Swami Sanshudhanand Ji, now stays there.

Day 02: Mukteshwar Sightseeing

After breakfast, Proceed for Sightseeing like Mukteshwar Dham Temple & Bhalu Gaad Water fall.

An overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 03: Mukteshwar - Binsar ( 75 kms/ 03/04 hrs)

After early breakfast, drive to Binser, near Almora, set amidst sylvan surroundings offers a spectacular view of the 400 km wide Himalayan range.

An overnight stay.

Day 04: Binsar Sightseeing

After breakfast, Proceed for city tour like Binsar wild sanctuary.

An overnight stay.

Day 05: Binsar Sightseeing

After breakfast, Prodeed for Jageshwar Dham & Golu Devta Temple.

An overnight stay.

Day 06: Binsar

After breakfast, day free for leisure.

An overnight stay.

Day 07: Binsar - Ranikhet ( 70 kms/ 2 / 3 hrs)

After breakfast, Check out & Drive to Ranikhet, Check in at Hotel.

An overngith stay.

Ranikhet is situated in the northern part of the state of Uttaranchal, in the northern region of India. It is situated in the Kumaon hills and is located on an altitude of 1829 m above sea level. Ranikhet is 59 km from Nainital and 50 km from Almora. The weather in Ranikhet is alpine. Summers (April-June) are mild and winters are cold (November-February). It experiences southwestern monsoon rains in July-September and experiences snowfall in winters. A cantonment town of immense charm, it was once the pet excursion ground of Padmini, queen of the Katyuri king, Sudhardev (1180AD). There is much to see in and around Ranikhet starting with Kalika temple known for its forest nursery and the shrine to goddess kali. The plateau of Upat has a 9-hole golf course ringed by tall pines. Tourists visit Chillianaula for its Shiva temple

Flora In Ranikhet:
The area round Ranikhet is a horticultural belt and apple orchards are found located in the Ramgarh, Mukteshwar belt . Other fruits grown here include peach, pears, apricot, and strawberry. Lichi is also grown in many parts. A number of floriculture farms have also come up.

Walks & Treks:
Mall Road The most popular activity is walking up and down the Mall watching the activity and shopping. There are magnificent views of the snow clad Himalayas and some of the peaks that can be seen include the 7817 metre high Nanda Devi.

Day 08: Ranikhet Sightseeing

After breakfast visit for Tea Garden & Golf Course.

An ovenght stay at Hotel.

Day 09: Ranikhet - Naukuchiatal ( 60 kms / 02 - 03 Hrs)

After breakfast, check out from the Hotel and drive to Ranikhet and en route visit Katarmal Surya Temple later straight drive to Naukuchia tal ,On arrive check in at Hotel.

Day 10: Naukuchiatal – Nainital - Naukuchiatal ( 30 kms / 01 hr per side )

After breakfast proceed for excursion of Nainital city like Naina Devi Temple and Snow point by Cable Car at your own cost, Enjoy Boat ride & Cave Garden, Later back to Hotel.

An overnight stay.

Nainital – Nainital is a paradise for nature lovers and holidaymakers. Alluded to as the 'Lake District of India, Nainital possesses a spots in the Kumaon slopes of the Himalayas. This hill station highlights great lakes and slopes and it's visited by thousands of individuals of all ages. As history looks after it, the Nainital turned into a center of open consideration in the wake of being found in 1839 by P Baron, a British sugar trader. Captivated of its magnificence, the Britisher built a house called Pilgrim's Cottage and turned into an inhabitant of Nainital. Before long the pattern was trailed by others and Nainital came to fruition of an authoritative town. A visit to Nainital is one of the finest choices of making tracks in an opposite direction from the rodent race and the horde of the city life. Explorers or Adventure lovers can enjoy games like parasailing, trekking and paragliding at Nainital. The slope station gives you significant serenity and gives you a chance to reconnect with nature.

Day 11: Naukuchiatal – Kathgodam Station ( 30 kms / 01 hr )

After breakfast, drive to Kathgodam for board your train.

Tour completes with Sweet & Unforgettable Memories!!!