BACKPACKING TRIPS IN Jim Corbett National Park – NAINITAL- RANIKHET
The scale of the Himalayas makes them the ultimate backpacking destination in the world. Nowhere else is such exalted beauty matched with such overwhelming remoteness. Delhi-Corbett-Nainital-Ranikhet backpacking tours & Camping trips is the platform for the like-minded travelers, photographers, tour leaders who find their home away from home. We understand that travel is an expression of individuality, which is why we craft a travel plan based on your taste and idea. If you are planning your low budget tours & backpacking trip to Jim Corbett National Park, Nainital, Ranikhet-Almora-Kausani, We got it for you. Why Go Backpacking Leaving your vehicle behind will give you access to parts of the regions near Jim Corbett National Park, Nainital, Ranikhet-Almora-Kausani you simply can’t see otherwise. It is not just sightseeing and marking your checklist its journey of lifetime truly extraordinary and utterly rewarding experiences for travelers who are willing and open.
If you are looking for a adventure and budget Trip to Corbett-Nainital and Sitlakhet near Ranikhet in Himalayas. The best way to do is backpack and solo trip to Nainital & Jim Corbett National Park to start with. Eat what the locals eat, Travel how the local travels and book your stay in tent or dormitory in hostel in Jim Corbett National Park youth hostel. And Delhi-Corbett-Nainital-Ranikhet Backpacking Tour’s free-style offbeat Backpacking trips aimed to achieve all these! Please find here sample itinerary for backpack trip to corbett park-nainital-ranikhet:
Day 1: The beginning of the adventure in Corbett: Reach Corbett by Train- Bus : Check Train/ Bus up to Ramnagar is the nearest Interstate Bus Terminal and Railway Station for Jim Corbett National Park or you may take train up to Moradabad from your place and then come to Corbett by Train or Bus, Uttrakhand Roadways runs many buses from different cities, may check Uttarakhand Roadways website. You may also check the Indian Railways website. Some trains that have stoppage at Ramnagar station are Varanasi dehradun Express, Ranikhet Express, Delhi Uttarakhand Sampark Kranti Express, Ramnagar Haridwar Express, Haridwar ramnagar Express, Ramnagar Varanasi Express, Ramnagar Delhi Link Express, Ramnagar Corbet Park Link Express. Take a Auto/ Bus and reach Jungle & River Lodge situated in Dhikuli near River Kosi and check-in your adventure tent, dormitory in Jim Corbett National Park youth hostel and corbett zostel.
Day 2: Sightseeing near Jim Corbett National Park: You may go to Garjia Temple, Corbett Museum and Jim Corbett House, Corbett fall, Tumeria Dam for Birding using local bus, sharing taxi or auto. There are lot of Bird sighting in the River just walk from your dormitory in Jim Corbett National Park even a day in not enough to explore the area around the campsite in corbett.
Day 3: Wildlife Safari at the Jim Corbett National Park: Excited for the Wildlife Safari in Jim Corbett National Park- Go for Tiger Sighting Tour in Corbett on Elephant, Jeep, Camel and specially designed bus Tour to Dhikala Zone of Corbett Nationa Park. The Safaris in Jim Corbett National Park starts in the Morning 6:00AM and NOON 2:00 PM and the duration of the jeep safari is 3:00 Hours. You may take two safaris in a day.
Day 4: Checkout from Corbett and Proceeds to Ranikhet: If you like to do Trekking and Walks in the Haimalyan Region then –Mountain Camp in Sitalkhet is the best place for the tour extension from Corbett to do backpack trip to Ranikhet and Kausani. With travel time is 4:00-5:00 Hours by bus from Corbett to Ranikhet, hence leave around 6:00 AM and reach Ranikhet by 10:00 AM, spend day in Ranikhet doing local sightseeing and take taxi (sharing) to reach Ranikhet Youth Hostel in Sitlakhet for overnight stay.
Day 5,6,7: Spend as many days as you wish to explore the beauty of the Hmalaya with Himalayan Booty…. Please write email on email@example.com or call +91 97 1925 1997 for more information on Backpack trips to Jim Corbett National Park with Nainital and Ranikhet…