Ranikhet-Almora Tour | 3 Nights & 4 Days

Ranikhet-Almora Tour

Ranikhet-Almora Tour By The Pioneer of The North

Detailed Itinerary of Ranikhet-Almora Tour

Day 1



Welcome to Kathgodam ( The Gateway of Kumaon). our representative will receive you and assists you to take a smooth transfer to Ranikhet.
Ranikhet is the most captivating and the most picturesque place. Ranikhet is also known as Queen's Meadow. On arrival, check-in to your pre-booked hotel and after having breakfast, proceed for the local tour.

Today’s visit includes

  • Golf course, ( One of the highest golf courses in Asia)
  • Haidakhan Baba Ashram, (peaceful and beautiful place from where you also can have a look on the mesmerizing view of the panoramic series of Himalayas Nanda Devi, Panchachuli etc.)
  • Mankameshwar Temple, ( made by the regiments of Indian Army and well known among the devotees)
  • Rani Jheel, ( The mysterious & beautiful artificial lake built across two natural bridges of the town)
  • Jhula devi temple (700 years old temple)
  • Chaubatia Garden ( The location of a botanical garden and fruit orchard which are popular with tourists to the region)
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    Day 2



    On day two after having breakfast, check out from hotel, and then drive to Almora. Almor is a scenic hill station. surrounded by greenery all around with beautiful thick forests of fir and pine trees covering the hills. Almora is a town of temples. On arrival. Check-inn to your pre-booked hotel and after few hours rest, proceed for the local tour.

    Today's visit includes

  • Kasar Devi Temple, ( Temple is structure dates to the 2nd century CE. Swami Vivekananda visited Kasar Devi in 1890s)
  • Katarmal Sun Temple, (Katarmal is known for a relatively rare Surya temple, constructed by the Katyuri Kings in the 9th century CE).
  • Chitai Golu Devta Temple, (Golu Devta is considered an incarnation of Gaur Bhairav (Shiva), and is worshipped all over the region. He is regarded as the dispenser of justice by the devotees with extreme faith.)
  • Nanda Devi Temple Almora,(The history of this temple is more than 1000 years old. This temple, constructed by Kumaon style, is well-known to the goddess of the Chand dynasty.)
    Overnight Stay at the hotel.


    Day 3



    On day three in morning after having breakfast, proceed to Jageshwar tour.

    Today's visit includes

  • Jageshwar (Jageshwar valley temples, are a group of over 100 Hindu temples dated between 7th and 12th century)
  • Archaeological Museum Jageshwar, (It houses 174 sculptures, found in the region from the temple of the Jageshwar group, Dandeshwar group and Kuber group of temples, and are datable from 9th to 13th century AD.)
  • Mrig Vihar Zoo, (Preserves a huge collection of deer, furious Himalayan bears and wild leopards, which can be seen wandering around freely in the park.)
  • Zero Point, ( Highest view point from where one can savour a 360-degree view of the various peaks of Himalaya.)
    Drive back to hotel & overnight stay.


    Day 4



    On day four early in morning, have a hearty breakfast. After having some rest check-out from the hotel and drive back to Kathgodam Railway Station/ Bus station to board train for your onward journey.

  • Accommodation as per package Category.
  • Travel By Car (wagnor/Tavera).
  • Expenses of personal nature
  • Lunch and Dinner.
  • Additional accommodation charges due to unforeseen delays in the journey.
  • Any Medical expenses incurred during the trip
  • These places can be visited any time of the year.

    Seasons Months Temperature

  • Summers March- June 10°c - 27°c
  • Monsoon July- September 15°c - 25°c
  • Winter October- February 0°c -15°c

  • Weather can be change anytime. So keep warm clothes with you.
  • Always talk to the locals and embrace their culture. You can take information from them too. They are more accurate than google maps.
  • You can travel in off season, and can save money on Hotel Bookings.
  • Dont't forget to keep first-aid kit with you.
  • Buy local products and spread happiness.
  • Use a bag for the waste materials. Don't litter and respect Nature.
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