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Day 1: Arrival in Delhi - Haridwar
Arrive at the Delhi airport; meet our tour representative who helps you with an assisted transfer to Haridwar, by road. On reaching Haridwar in the late afternoon, check in at the hotel. Settle in your room and relax for some time. One of the holiest cities of Uttarakhand, Haridwar is known for housing a number of temples and Har-ki-pauri that is a popular ghat (river bank) where people take a dip in the water of Ganga River to wash away all their sins. It is visited by a huge number of devotees every year.
Day 2: Haridwar - Auli
On day 2 in the morning, check- out from your hotel and head straight to Joshimath. As you arrive in Joshimath, get on-board a cable car to reach Auli. The cable car connecting Joshimath and Auli is one of the longest ropeways in Asia (16 km). Admire the mesmerizing views of the Himalayan peaks surrounding you and Oak forests, lying right below, while you are in the cable car.
Day 3: Auli
On day 3, post breakfast, move towards the slopes to learn the basics of skiing. The experience is going to be a lifetime experience. If you wish, you can also partake in sledging. Have your lunch at the resort. Thereafter, enjoy a guided trek to Lake Valentine (a man-made lake) through thick pine forests and savor enchanting views of Helang Valley. The trek is slightly high on difficulty level and you need to be completely fit to embark on it. You are going to love the mesmerizing views and the cool breeze on your face. Later at night, enjoy bonfire music with dinner.
Day 4: Auli - Joshimath - Auli
In the morning on the 4th day, set out for a sightseeing tour of Joshimath, the winter seat of Lord Badrinath. Joshimath is one of the four ‘maths’ (monasteries) that were founded by Adi Shankaracharya. The places you visit here include Narasimha Temple- around 1200 years old, this temple is dedicates to Lord Narasimha, the fourth incarnation of Lord Vishnu that is half-lion and half- man; Shankracharya Cave- near Kalpvriksha, this is sacred cave where Adi Shankaracharya lived and meditated; Tapovan- a popular tourist attraction here that has hot sulfur water springs. It is believed that these the water of these springs have medicinal properties.
Day 5: Auli - Kausani
In the morning, leave by road for Kausani. Also known as ‘Mini Switzerland of India’, Kausani is placed at an altitude of 1850 m above the sea level. The serene surroundings, romantic weather, snow-clad peaks, lush surroundings of conifer trees attract a decent amount of tourists from all around. This small hill town is a beautiful one. On arriving in Kausani, check-in at a hotel. After completing the check-in formalities, get to explore this lovely place. Here you will visit Anashkati Ashram- also known as Gandhi Ashram, this was the place where Mahatma Gandhi had stayed for around 2 weeks in the year 1929. He had described the place as the ‘Switzerland of India’. The last visit of the day is to Chai Bagaan or aromatic tea estate of Kausani. Take a stroll here. Enjoy the sunset views over the Himalayan ranges. Overnight stay and dinner.
Day 6: Kausani - Mukteshwar
On day 5, head straight to Mukteshwar, your next destination. On the way, halt at the beautiful town of Bhowali that is popular for housing the biggest fruit market of the country and then at the mesmerizing hill town of Ramgarh, famed as the fruit bowl of Kumaon. Later, continue to Mukteshwar. Placed at an altitude of 2285 m above the sea level, Mukteshwar is a pleasing hill town with a serene ambiance. The place derives its name from Lord Shiva’s temple, Mukteshwar Dham. Treat your eyes to the mesmerizing scenery and let the cool breeze brush past your face.
Day 7: Mukteshwar - Bhimtal
On the 7th day post breakfast, leave by road for Bhimtal. On the way, visit Ghorakhal, famous for Army School or Sainik School (one of India’s best school for students for the officers of cadre of Armed forces) and admire scenic views. Your next visit is to Naukuchiatal, a Lake with nine corners- bounded by forests and greenery, this magnificent Lake is a popular picnic spot that also offers parasailing as well as boat riding and then to Sattal, an interconnected network of 7 freshwater lakes. You can boat riding and bird watching here. The air around the Lake is very fresh.
Day 8: Bhimtal - Nainital
In the morning, head straight to Nainital, one of the most popular hill towns in Uttarakhand. Located at an altitude of 1938 m above the sea level, Nainital is quite famous for its lakes. Upon reaching check-in at a hotel. After settling-in, head out for a sightseeing tour of Nainital. Here you visit Khurpataal- this small hamlet around12 km away, it has crystal clear lake and a pleasant climate; Hanuman Mandir or Hanuman Garhi- constructed by a popular local saint Neem Karoli Baba around 1950, this temple is dedicated to Lord hanuman; Nainital Waterfall- around 5 km away, this is fall has white milky water and ARIES Observatory- founded in 1955, it is a popular attraction here. Later, take delight in cable car ride to Tiffin Top- admire nice views of the surroundings and the Lake and then boating in the very popular Naini Lake. In the evening, do not miss shopping at the Tibetan market/Bhutiya Bazaar and Mall Road.
Day 9: Nainital - Delhi
Today, you on-time transfer to Delhi International Airport to board flight for onward destination.
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