Magical Kumaon

The Kumaon region consists of a large Himalayan tract, together with two submontane strips called the Terai and the Bhabhar. Kumaon is a maze of mountains, part of the Himalaya range, some of which are among the loftiest known. The principal rivers are the Sharda (Kali), the Pindari and Kailganga, whose waters join the Alaknanda. The river Sharda (Kali) forms the international boundary between India and Nepal. The pilgrim route currently used to visit Kailash-Mansarovar, goes along this river and crosses into Tibet at Lipu Lekh pass. There are several tourist destination at Kumaon. The most popular are the lakes at Nainital and surrounding areas like Naukuchiatal, Sattal, and Bhimtal. For Himalayan views one can visit Almora, Ranikhet, Mukteshwar, Sonapani, Nathuakhan, Ramgarh, Binsar, Sitlakhet, Abbot Mount, Chaukori, Munsyari and Jhaltola. For wildlife lovers there is Corbett National Park, Sattal, Pangot and Binsar. For Religious minded there are Jageshwar, Bageshwar, Patal Bhuvaneshwar

  • Kumaon mountains

Corbett National Park

Corbett National Park Tour

3 days

A compact holiday tour to visit breathtaking pa...View More


Nainital with Corbett National Park

6 Days

A unique package covering hill stations and for...View More


Kumaon Magic Trail

10 days

The conventional Kumaon tour which has an everl...View More


Binsar Kausani Ranikhet Tour

6 days

A compact tour of core Kumaon region