Day 1: Delhi - Mussoorie
Departure from Delhi, Arrival at Musoorie. Check In hotel, Explore the Mall Mussoorie
Day 2: Mussoorie
Visit Kempty Falls in the morning enjoy Rope Way ride, Gunhill Point and kulri market in the evening.
Kempty fall : Kempty fall is located 15 km from Mussoorie
The Kempty Falls are major attractions of Mussoorie. The falls are situated mid way between the Dehradun-Mussoorie path. Set on the hilly terrains, the Kempty falls are stunningly beautiful. The water cascading down from an altitude of 4,500 feet and splitting further into five cascades, the water falls from a height of 40 feet giving the appearance of water jumping and playing on the rocks before falling down. This place was developed as a tourist destination by John Mekinan, after 1835. The name Kempty is derived from 'Camp-tea', as the Britishers would organise their tea parties here.Past Kempty Fall, 12-km downhill, on crossing the Aglar River, one reaches the legendary Yamuna River. Trout are in abundance here, and fishing permits can be obtained form the Divisional Forest Officer, Mussoorie.

Gun hill :
This place is located at a short distance from Mall road and one of the main attractions is cable car to reach the top of the Gun Hill.At the top of this Gun hill view of the Doon valley, Mussoorie town, Himalayan hills can be visible. On a clear day without any mist with the help of telescope Gangotri can be seen. The views are excellent and you can dress up with different color costumes and take photo with this beautiful background. Have a cup of tea while enjoying the views from this hill top...
Day 03 Mussoorie – Haridwar
Departure for Haridwar, Check in to Hotel
Visit Ganges, Aarti Puja in haridwar in the evening

Aarti Puja: This is the heart of Haridwar. It has got its name Har ki Pauri as the Hindu God Hari descended to this place. The glimpses of Ma Ganga have unique significance here. The Hindus regard this Ghat as the most sacred Ghat. It is also famous as Brahmkund. As the name signifies, it is believed that the Hindu God Brahma descended on this place and from that time this place is known as Brahmkund. It is this Brahmkund where every Hindu wishes to take a dip at least once in lifetime to reserve a place in heaven. Har-ki-Pauri is also the scene of a memorable ritual every evening. After sunset, before disciplined ranks of devotees, Aarti is celebrated.
Day 4 Haridwar - Corbett Park
Departure for Corbett, arrive at Corbett Park, famous for its wild population of tigers, leopards and elephants.
Check In Hotel.

Day 5: Corbett Park
Morning enjoy the most thrilling experience by Jeep Safari for wildlife viewing.
Corbett is famous for the richness and diversity of its wildlife which included over 50 species of mammals and over 580 species of birds. The national park is an important refuge for the tiger, Indian elephant, wild dog, leopard cat, Indian pangolin and hog deer. All of which were once common throughout the terai of Uttar Pradesh but are now rarely seen outside the park. The terai (moist land) is a belt of marshy jungle and grassland stretching between the foothills of the Himalayas and the Indian plains, a large part of the terai is in Nepal.

Day 6: Corbett Park - Nainital
Departure to Nainital. On Arrival at Nainital
Check in to Hotel enjoy boating at Naini Lake and Visit Nandadevi Temple
Day 7: Nainital
Enjoy Snow View Point by Cable Car.Visit Chidyaghar and Hanumangarhi Temple religious centre and a spot well known for its sunset.
Chidyaghar:
Naini Tal has a small but a very beautiful Zoological garden. There are many animals kept here which includes Deers, Bears, Tigers and many more. The hygiene and cleanness of the zoo is a point which attracts the mind even if one ignores it. Not surprising this zoo is one of the cleanest zoos in the country. The zoo can be reached on foot or taxi can be hired. St. John's Church - This church was built in 1847. A brass memorial is kept in memory of the persons who were buried in the infamous landslide. The few bodies which could be dug out were buried in the church premises.
Hanumangarhi Temple:
It is around 3.5 Kms away from the bus stop at an altitude of 1951 Mts. Hanuman Garhi is a religious centre and famous for its sun set view .One can go to Hanuman Garhi by taxi, bus or even on foot from Nainital .It has a temple complex presiding deity being Lord Hanuman besides Ram and Shiva. At the instance of Neem Karoli Baba around 1950 these temples were built. On the other side of the hill there is Shitala Devi temple and Ashram of Lila Sah Bapu.
Naina Peak:
Known as the China peak this peak is the highest point in Nainital. From here Nainital appears as a bowl. You can walk or take ponies to the peak. From this peak you can capture the exciting views of Nainital. Naina peak also gives a good view of the Camelback peak. There is no hotel or restaurant on the top so carry food and water along with yourself.

Day 08: Nainital – Ranikhet – Nainital (Excursion Trip)
Ranikhet:
Founded in the year 1869 Ranikhet came up as one of the finest and most beautiful and picture cantonments of the country. Lord Mayo when became the governor general of India thought of changing summer capital of India from Shimla to Ranikhet and in this process also got survey of railway line to Ranikhet done. The panorama of Himalayan range visible from here is arguably the largest as visible from any other town in the Kumaon hills. Peace and solitude found here is almost incredible. Ranikhet has some how managed to preserve its virginity and pristine charm unlike other hill stations which have been turned into concrete forests. The old buildings, churches, barracks, bungalows and above all lush green forest all lend it an ambience that is unrivalled.
Kumaon Regiment:
The famous Kumaon Regiment is one of the Indian army's best. On 27th October 1947, India's National Army fought for the preservation of India's freedom. The first person to die and get the Param Vir Chakra was Major Somnath Sharma from Fourth Kumaon at the Battle of Badgaun. Today, the Fourth Kumaon Regiment which is the apex of the Param Vir Chakra of the Gallantry Award winners who had laid down their lives for the preservation of this motherland is in Udaipur. Golf Course: Ranikhet golf course is the second biggest natural golf course of the country. It is a nine hole course were rest of nine holes can be repeated. It is one of the prime attractions of Ranikhet. Very close to the golf course is the Kalika temple.
Day 7: Nainital – Delhi Departure
Departure to Delhi.
Includes
  1. Assistance upon Arrival at Delhi Station / Airport
  2. All Deluxe Accommodation
  3. All transfers and sightseeing by Luxury Vehicles
  4. Daily Breakfast and Dinner in Hotel at All the Places (MAP)
  5. All toll tax parking charges Driver’s TADA state taxes
  6. All Hotel Taxes