Duration of the tour - 3 Days and 2 nights
Destinations - Delhi - Corbett-Delhi
Visit to the famous Hindu pilgrimage place called Garhmukteshwar
Visit to Corbett National Park's Corbett Fall
See the Temple of Garjiya Mata
Spend time at Corbett National Park's Corbett Museum and get to know more about the place
Day 1- A 6 hours Drive to cover the distance of 260kms, you will leave from Delhi to go towards the National Park of Corbett. Enroute, you will stop at the pilgrimage place called Garhmukteshwar, this is also a place where you can see the Holy Ganges and see people taking a dip in the Holy water. Then you leave towards the wildlife resort. On arrival, lunch will be served after that you will be taken to the scenic place of Corbett Fall. In the evening you will be taken back to your hotel and can enjoy various kinds of activities. Before Dinner, you will also get to watch a movie.
Day 2 Starts with an early morning where you will be taken by Jeep inside the National Park where you safari will begin. After that you will come back for your breakfast and then be taken to the Temple of Garjiya Mata and in the evening visit the Museum that is located in the National Pack. Here you will get information not just about the Conservator cum Famous Hunter Jim Corbett, but also about the Park and the tigers that are located there. Dinner will be served and you will spend the last night at the resort
Day 3- You will start your journey back to the Delhi after having feasting yourself with some lovely breakfast that will be served in the resort.
Prices include return economy-class flights from on Qatar Airways. Prices are quoted on a twin-sharing basis in a standard room with inclusions listed above. Additional options are available upon request. Departures are fixed for 23 September 2015, no amendments or changes will be possible. Prices are correct at the time of publication and are subject to change without notice depending on travel dates and availability. Easy monthly payment plans are available from select participating banks through Musafir Holidays retail outlets and are subject to approval. All photos and videos shown are illustrative. Actual services may differ. Terms apply.
Days : 2 | Nights : 1
jamshaid 17/08/2015 9 / 10
Surender was a genuinely wonderful host, he made himself available at 5am in the morning when I arrived and then fixed me a delicious omelette as I was hungry from the trip. During my stay there, he was readily helping with my various questions and requests for assistance. The room and the bathroom were both very clean. The only downside was the internet connection regularly going down for a few hours at a time. Other than that, everything was perfect, a great place to stay!! :-)
SahilAdlakha 17/08/2015 8 / 10
One of the cosiest places I have stayed in.Perfect for an artist or a writer. Actually the best place to sit and read all day.If you sleep with the curtains open in the small room its actually like sleeping under the stars.Small is beautiful ! Perfect fireplace, interiors and great terrace. Am coming back shortly
Heather C 17/08/2015 8 / 10
Our first family (children aged 5,8,11) trip to India surpassed our expectations! This cottage was to European standards but was next to a local residence so you feel you have a genuine experience. From the cottage we had great trips to the Buddhist monastery, The Owners orchard in the Hills, shopping for scarves in Kullu and the Hindu temple and hustle and bustle in Manali were all highlights but the great cultural experience and spectacular views are the real secret! I'd highly recommend this cottage - don't forget some warm clothes as well as your summer ones!
Mohie65 17/08/2015 6 / 10
We visited with friends for five nights towards the end of April, the cottage is new, large and very well appointed it carries all the creature comforts for an enjoyable vacation. The location just off the highway in Bandrol is superb, a stones throw away from Naggar and Kullu with stunning views of the surrounding mountains. Loved the stone exterior and all wood flooring in the cottage. Also an ideal getaway as you are not in the hustle and bustle of the two major towns of Kullu and Manali but both are very accessible for food and recreation.