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Sight seeing Purpose

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Sight seeing Purpose

We are 4 friends and planning to visit Naintial-Mussorie and Corbet national Park for 5N-6D

Is there any travel services that can arrange a Car for us specifically for site seeing and transfers from one place to other ?

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1. Re: Sight seeing Purpose

Your trip duration seems short for covering all the places at leisurely speed. However you can plan for the route as - Delhi -> Corbett -> Nainital -> Mussoorie.

Day 1: Delhi to Corbett

Day 2: Morning birdwatching + safari

Day 3: Arrival at Nainital + local SS + Naini lake boat ride

Day 4: Bhimtal, Mallital, Naukuchiya tal, Khurpa tal

Day 5: Drive to Mussoorie - it's a long drive of approx 300 Kms, so relax upon arrival, visit Gun hill, mall road, camel's back road

Day 6: Local SS and return

I personally feel there is no need to include Mussoorie, instead you can go further in Kumaon region from Nainital and visit Kasauni or Almora or Mukhteswar. But totally your call.

Winters are pleasant at Corbett with migratory birds arriving at the Northern plains. In fact you have the luxury of time to take a day stopover at Pangot and enjoy morning bird watching. In fact there are various trekking trails leading to Naina peak in Nainital and Jim Corbett from Pangot.

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2. Re: Sight seeing Purpose

Naintial and Mussorie are in opposite direction.

Either you can do Corbett - Naintial - Ranikhet - binsar

or Rishikesh - Deharadun - mausoorie - Dhanaulti

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