Destination : Nainital, Jim Corbett, Kausani, Ranikhet - Uttarakhand

Duration : 5 Nights / 6 Days

Attractions of Nainital Corbett Package Tour : Naini Lake, Cave Garden, Bara Pathar, Mango Lake View Point, Himalaya Darshan, Lovers Point, Suicide Point, Khurpatal Lake View Point, Water Fall, Bhowali, Bhimtal, Hanumangarh, Sattal, Naukuchiyatal, Naini Devi Temple, Boating in Naini Lake, Kausani, Jim Corbett National Park Tour, Jeep Safari in Corbett National Park, Almora, Ranikhet sightseeing

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OriginDestinationDistances in KM
NainitalJim Corbett68 km
NainitalKausani120 km
KausaniCorbett155 km
NainitalRanikhet58 km
NainitalAlmora65 km
RanikhetAlmora46 km
DelhiNainital290 km
KolkataNainital1371 km
AhmedabadNainital1265 km
BangaloreNainital2274 km


12040NDLS KGM SHTNDLS06:20KGM11:40
15035UTR SAMPRK K EXDLI16:00KGM22:45


12353HWH LKU EXP (Friday)HWH08:15LKU07:20
13019BAGH EXPRESS (Daily)HWH21:45KGM09:45


Nainital : Hotel Anamika / Hotel Vikrant / Hotel Dynasty / Similar

Kausani : Hotel Himvadi / Hotel Sumit / Hotel Pine Havens / Chevron Mountain Villa / Similar

Corbett : Corbett Motel Resort / Corbett Jungle Club Resort / Similar

Hotel Anamika, Nainital
Hotel Anamika, Nainital
Hotel Anamika, Nainital

Hotel Anamika, Nainital
Hotel Anamika, Nainital
Hotel Anamika, Nainital


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Corbett National Park is the haven for wildlife lovers. Travellers visit this nation park to enjoy thrilling wild life adventure and also during Nainital Corbett Honeymoon Package Tour. It is situated in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. This national park is named after well-known author and wildlife conservationist Edward James Corbett. Spreading over 1318.54 sq. km including 520 sq. km of core area. This National Park boast the tiger population of around 160 making it as one of the crucial reserve of these endangered species. Apart from tiger, leopard, elephant, spotted deer, sambar, nilgai, hog deer, barking deer, sloth bear, wild boar, ghural, langur and rhesus monkey.

To reach Jim Corbett National Park for your Nainital Corbett Tour Package, you have to travel up to Ramnagar station which is the gateway of this iconic park. The park is approx 15 Km from Ramnagar station. Ramnagar station is well connected with major Indian cities like Delhi, Bareilly and Moradabad. Thankfully there are two direct trains from Delhi to Ramnagar. They are respectively Uttarakhand Sampark Kranti Express (15035) and Ranikhet Exp (15013). These trains take almost 4h and 40m to reach Ramnagar from Delhi (252 km). In spite of that you can check for Corbett Link Express and Kathgodam Express also that takes you directly to Ramnagar.

Ramnagar is well connected by roads with different cities also. Various private tour operator and the State Government of Uttarakhand provide bus service at short interval of time from Delhi, Moradabad, Haldawani and Nainital.

Distance of Jim Corbett National Park from Major Cities:
Delhi: Delhi - Moradabad - Kashipur - Ramnagar (260 Kms)
Nainital: Via Kaladhungi to Ramnagar (62 Kms)
Lucknow: Lucknow - Bareilly - Kicha - Rudrapur - Kashipur - Ramnagar (436 km)
Dehradun: Dehradun - Ramnagar (232 km)

What is the best time to visit Jim Corbett National Park?

Jim Corbett remains open from the mid lf November till the mid of June. There is a Jhirna Zone which remains open throughout the year. The Birjani zone allows visitors from mid of October to mid of June months and Dhikala zone allows visitors from November 15 to mid of June.

Is it safe to travel to Jim Corbett?

Jim Corbett National Park is very much safe for travellers during the time it is open for tourism. One needs to follow the basic norms set forth by the forest officials for ensured safety. There are also good halting options near the National Park.

What is the opening date of Corbett National Park?

Corbett has different zones which cater to tourists at different time spans. They are:

Dhikala Zone: Located at the periphery of Patil Dun Valley, this is the largest zone amongst all and is also considered best for Tiger sightings. This zone is open from 15th November to 15th June.

Bijrani Zone: Enriched with varied flora and fauna, this zone has a wide range of wild life. This zone is open from 5th October to 30th June.

Jhirna Zone: Located at the southern edge of the national Park, this zone was added much later and yet has a number of wild life and bird species. This zone is open throughout the year.

Dhela Zone: This is the latest addition to the National Park and is considered best for birding. This zone is also open throughout the year.

Durga Devi Zone: Located in the north-east periphery of the national park, this is a paradise for all the nature lovers. This zone is also open from 15th November to 15th June.

Sitabani Forest Zone: This is a reserve forest zone located outside the Corbett Tiger reserve area. The zone is treated as the Buffer area of the tiger reserve and is open to everyone to visit here. This zone is open throughout the year.

Who discovered Nainital?

The discovery of Nainital has two names associated with it. One, being G.W. Traill, Commissioner of Kumaon and Garhwal, who was the first European to set eyes on it in 1823. The other, Mr.P.Barron, took great fancy to this land. He was so moved by the beauty of the sparkling lake that he wrote: "It is by far the best site I have witnessed in the course of a 1,500 miles trek in the Himalayas".

Is Nainital an artificial lake?

Nainital is a large freshwater lake situated at the lap of the Gharwal hills. It is mainly tectonic in nature.

What is the language of Nainital?

The official language of Nainital would be Hindi. Yet there is a huge population who speaks Garwahli and Kumaoni as well.

What can I buy in Nainital Tour?

Some of the popular things to buy from Nainital are handmade candles, homemade food products, woollen items, bamboo fabrics etc. One can visit the Mall Road, Tibetan Market or Barra Bazaar to get the perfect shopping spree of Nainital.

What is the famous food of Nainital?

Nainital’s, authentic, lip-smacking cuisines are a must try for food lovers. Some of the sumptuous dishes are, Ras, a highly nutritive dish made with assorted daals, Arsa, a dessert prepared with rice, jiggery and mustard oil etc.

What is the best time to visit in Nainital?

Nainital, with its charming aura, draws travellers throughout the year. However, the spring or summer seasons poses to be the best time to visit this place if one wants to experience good weather. If anyone wants to enjoy snowfall, then October to December happens to be a good time to book Nainital Package Tour. Monsoons are never suggested to be a good time to visit the hilly areas.

Which is best place to travel for Honeymoon - Mussoorie or Nainital?

Mussoorie and Nainital are both equally bestowed with natural beauty. Mussoorie would be a comparatively easy drive considering the road condition, else both places are equally beautiful to plan for a Honeymoon Tour.

What sort of climate can I find in Nainital?

Nainital has spectacular weather throughout the year. While in summer one can experience clear skies, sunny mornings and pleasant weather, monsoons promises an incredible view of lush greenery all around. The winters give you a fairytale vibe with snowfall everywhere, making is seep to be straight out of a fable book.

Which is better for honeymoon, Auli or Nainital

Both places are incredibly beautiful and demand your attention. However, Auli requires a bit more travelling than Nainital, Thus time plays a vital factor. So it depends upon guests whether they choose Auli or Nainital for their honeymoon tour.

Does Nainital have snowfall?

Nainital receives moderate to heavy snowfall during December and January. As it is also wedding season, it's a good option to book a Nainital Honeymoon Package during this time if cold is not a factor and he or she wants to enjoy the snow.

Is there snowfall in Nainital in January?

It snows heavily in Nainital during December and January.

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