For every voyager who loves to explore and feel the unspoiled wild beauty of Mother Nature, Uttarakhand has two stunning destinations – Jim Corbett National Park and the Queen of the Hills, Mussoorie. The enchanting wild atmosphere of Mussoorie, green winding paths, awe-inspiring wildlife like the endangered Bengal Tigers, wild elephants, boars inside the oldest national park of India will altogether make you feel closer to nature and make you cherish this trip forever.
Start your thrilling Corbett Mussoorie tour with 6 hours long drive from Delhi and reach Jim Corbett National Park that is 270 km away from Delhi. Once you reach Corbett National Park, check in to the pre-booked luxurious resort amidst the ultimate serenity of nature. During the afternoon you might visit the Corbett Museum and Corbett Falls. Spend an amusing evening in the resort enjoying some fun activities among the group members and enjoying a delicious dinner before retiring for the day.
Prepare yourself for an early morning forest safari soon after breakfast. Accompanied by an expert guide, you can set off for the wildlife expedition on a jeep and start investigating the rich flora and fauna that are scattered in every corner inside the deep jungle. You can even pay a divine visit to the local Girija Devi Temple before returning to the resort for lunch break. In the afternoon after taking some rest, you can enjoy an exciting elephant safari around the Buffer area of the park. Once your elephant ride ends, return to the resort and have a delightful dinner.
Post breakfast, start driving up towards Mussoorie, the Queen of the Hills. While reaching the destination you can explore the breathtaking Chandi Devi Temple and Mansa Devi temple, located in the mountainous regions of Haridwar. Upon reaching Mussoorie, get into the resort and take some rest after a long 5 hours drive from Corbett National Park.
on the lap of the Queen, Mussoorie. Explore the mystical beauty of Mussoorie all day long starting from Lal Tibba – the highest point of Mussoorie that is also known as the oldest developed place in Mussoorie, Gun Hill, the second largest point with a mesmerizing view of the grand Himalayas, the enthralling Kempty Falls that is around 15 km from Mussoorie to Camel’s Back Road that gives a serene picturesque sunset view in the evening and also to the Municipal garden that is commonly known as Botanical Gardens of Mussoorie. Altogether Mussoorie has a lot of amiable destinations for the travel enthusiasts. Return to the resort at the end of the day for overnight staying.
It is the time to say goodbye to this celestial hill station and return to Delhi with a tranquilized soul and mind.
So, if you are still not being able to decide any location for your upcoming vacation, then Corbett National Park and Mussoorie – these two alluring destinations might pop up in your mind as an ideal to escape for a few days.
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