Everything we do in life ultimately points towards ultimate peace of mind. So why wait for that and why go searching for it? After all what do you need for peace: a little bit of nature and little bit of culture. The Tigers, Tranquillity, and Temples tour is the perfect mix of offering a little bit of both to you. We will visit the Corbett National Park, bask in the solace in the lap of nature, and also offer our prayers at Rishikesh, Haridwar, and the Golden Temple of Amritsar.
The tour will start at Delhi and we will visit Corbett National Park, Rishikesh, Haridwar, and Amritsar. The tour will conclude with a return to Delhi.
Visit the temples of Rishikesh and Haridwar, to experience their serenity.
Experience the Ganga Aarti in the evening and visit the place where the greats like Beatles and Steve Jobs found their path.
Detailed tour of the Golden temple.
Well-versed guide to enhance the experience of sightseeing at Amritsar.
Safaris to explore the wildlife at Corbett National Park
Day 1: Landing at Delhi
Delhi, the Capital city of India, has a rich and diverse culture for having been reigned over by various dynasties and multiple cultures. From our mythology to modern history, Delhi is dotted with various cultural centres such as the Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Qutub Minar, Chandni Chowk and Iron Pillar of Ashoka.
On arrival, you will meet with our tour representative, who will help you to check in your hotel. Spend rest of the day at leisure or add a site seeing tour of Delhi.
Day 2: Delhi – Haridwar
Located in Uttarakhand, Haridwar is regarded as one of the holiest places for Hindus. It is considered to be one of the locations where, as per the mythological belief, the drop of Amrut (the nectar) fell on earth during the samudra manthan (churning of the ocean). Haridwar is one of the locations that host the Kumbh Mela, the greatest holy pilgrimage in Hindu religion.
After breakfast, we will travel to Haridwar. It is one of the most important spiritual centers of the Hindu faith. Here we will take a holy dip into the river Ganges at Har-ki-paudi, and then offer our prayers at the prime temples from Mansa Devi temple, Bharat Mata Mandir, Chandi Devi Temple, Anandmayi Ashram, Bilkeshwar Mahadev, Pawan Dham, Daksha Mahadev temple and the Bhooma Niketan. We will stay at the hotel at Haridwar for the night.
Day 3: Haridwar – Rishikesh
Rishikesh, also known as the gateway to Garhwal Himalayas, is a part of the Kedarkhand. As per Ramayana, the legendry Hindu epic, this is where Lord Rama paid his penance for vanquishing Ravana. Also, his brother Lakshman built a jute rope bridge which was known as the Lakshman Jhula (swing). After being washed out in the floods of 1924, it was rebuilt to make stronger with iron rope suspension. Rishikesh is known to be the starting point for anyone who wants to embark upon the Char Dham pilgrimage (Gangotri, Yamunotri, Badrinath and Kedarnath). It is here that the river ganges leaves the mountains of Himaayas and heads towards the flat lands. It was Rishikesh where the greats like the Beatles and Steve Jobs found their spirutual path.
After breakfast, we will proceed to Rishikesh and explore it as a spiritual destination. We will check in to the hotel around lunchtime. After lunch, we will explore Rishikesh by traveling to interesting locations such as Lakshman Jhula, Shivananda Ashram, Ram Jhula, Triveni Ghat, Paramarth Ashram and Bharat Mata Mandir. We will also visit the Beatles Ashram, where Beatles stayed during their visit to Rishikesh. Besides spiritual enlightenment, many visit the place to experience its great scenery and fantastic artwork. In the evening we will visit the Ganges to experience the famous Ganga Aarti.
Day 4: Rishikesh
Rishikesh is known as the Yoga Capital of India. There is a strong belief that if you meditate in Rishikesh, it is almost as good as taking a dip in the Holy Ganges. Rishikesh has many ashrams including the Sivananda Ashram and the Divine Life Society founded by Swami Sivananda. These ashrams have contributed to making Rishikesh the Yoga Capital of the World, where students from all over the world come to learn yoga and science behind it. Over the years, Rishikesh has expanded its scope from just yoga to include Ayurveda too.
At 5 am in the morning, we will wake up to prepare for a special yoga session starting at 6 am for two hours. By 8.30 am, we will get together for breakfast at the hotel. After that, we will be free to explore the locales of Rishikesh. By late afternoon, we will reassemble at the hotel for session in Medidation. After this meditation session, we will retire for a peaceful night as the adventure awaits us the next day.
Day 5: Rishikesh – Corbett
The Corbett National Park is located in Uttarakhand. It is known to be one of the oldest tiger reserves of India. More importantly, this is where the Project Tiger was launched in 1973. The Jim Corbett National Park spans over an area of 520 sq kms and consists of variety of geography within it, right from hills to meadows to dry areas and grasslands. Apart from tigers, Corbett National Park hosts a healthy population of otters and the endemic fish-eating crocodiles, and more than 650 species of residents and migratory birds.
After breakfast at Rishikesh, we will head on to Corbett, which is a scenic drive. Here, we will check in at the resort and rest till lunch is served. After lunch, we will go on a safari to catch a glimpse of the Royal Bengal tiger and natural world species. We will finish the safari by evening, when we will return to the resort. After a relaxing dinner, we will be free to spend our time at leisure.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Day 6: Delhi – Amritsar
Amritsar is the home of the Harminder Sahib, better known as the Golden Temple. A very important shrine for the Sikh community, the Golden Temple is known to attract millions of visitors throughout the year, regardless of their faith. The Golden Temple is called so, because the petals on the roof of the temple are made of pure gold. Apart from the Golden Temple, Amritsar is also famous for a historical event, the Jallianwallah Bagh Massacre – an event which triggered the passions of many of the famous revolutionaries, inspiring them to fight for the independence of India from the British Rule.
After breakfast at the Corbett resort, we will drive to Delhi airport to catch a flight to Amritsar. Once we reach at Amritsar, we will check in at the hotel and spend the rest of the day at leisure.
Day 7: Amritsar
Amritsar is a very important for being the highest seat of earthly authority of the Khalsa, the committee responsible for the maintenance of the Gurudwaras. The Durgiana temple of Amritsar is known to be the temple where the sons of Sita, Luv and Kush, captured the ritual horse released by Lord Rama. The city of Amritsar is located near to the Wagah border, close to another famous city, Lahore.
After breakfast, we will start the sightseeing tour of Amritsar, starting at the Golden Temple. After offering our prayers at the Golden Temples, we will travel down the memory lane to see the Jallianwallah Bagh where the infamous massacre took place in 1919. The experienced appointed guides will explain to us the significance of this event in the history of India. We will then move to the Durgiana temple. Last but not the least, we will witness the flag lowering ceremony at the Wagah border. We will then return to the hotel to take rest.
Day 8: Amritsar – Delhi
This is where our tour ends. After having breakfast, we will check out from the hotel at Amritsar and catch a flight to Delhi (or any other city as required).
7 Nights accommodation on twin sharing basis.
All wildlife accommodation on full board, rest are on bed and breakfast basis.
All rates assume minimum four passengers.
Local tour guides and naturalists where mentioned in the itinerary.
Meals, drinking water, coach tours, transfers, entrance fee, camera fee, sightseeing tours, local flights and surface transportation as indicated in the itinerary.
Porter fees at hotels and airports.
Cost of items of personal nature such as laundry, telephone calls, room service, alcoholic beverages, mini bar, etc.
Components indicated as add on in the itinerary.
Any other items not mentioned in the Holiday Package Cost Includes list.
Booking Terms and Conditions :
Mentioned rates exclude all drinks and laundry.
Rates are inclusive of all taxes
Rooms and Safaris are subject to availability.
Rates are Valid for minimum 4 persons travelling together.
Please note, guests will be required to sign a Form on arrival at the Resort.
Children over 11 years of age will be charged the full adult rate.
All additional extras to be settled on departure. This includes: curio shop purchases, spa treatments & products, as well as all beveragesr; the mini bar & sundowner / game drive drinks.
All bookings must be confirmed in writing.
A 50% deposit is required to secure a reservation
Full prepayment is required before the guests arrive a Resort
More than 60 days prior to arrival: 30% of the full accommodation charge
More than 30 days prior to arrival: 45% of the full accommodation charge
Less than 30 days prior to arrival: 65% of the full accommodation charge
Less than 15 days prior to arrival: 100% of the full accommodation charge
Group Terms and Conditions
Any reservation of 4 Rooms or people is considered a group
A 30% deposit is payable on confirmation of the reservation
Two further deposits of 25% each are payable 150 days and 90 days respectively prior to arrival, and the full balance is required no less than 30 days before arrival
Group Cancellation Policy
10% if cancelled more than 150 days prior to arrival
25% if cancelled less than 150 days before arrival
50 if cancelled 90 days before arrival
100% if cancelled less than 45 days before arrival
Note : Rates may be changed during festivals like Diwali/New Year or on long Public holidays.