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Angling Tour Uttarakhand

Duration: 10 Nights / 11 Days

Destination Covered: Delhi - Corbett - Jamur - Vanghat - Bhikyasen - Delhi

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Overview

Angling Tour Uttarakhand, a tour package of 10 nights and 11 days, offers you a chance to enjoy angling in the well-known Ramganga River, one of the major rivers flowing the Jim Corbett National Park.

It is one of the most well-known angling destinations with anglers from all over the world.

During your fishing tour, you can catch plenty of Mahseer, Gooch (Giant catfish) and Indian trout. Below is the day-wise itinerary of your tour.

Trip Highlights
  • Angling at multiple Fishing spots in River Ramganga
  • Catch Mahseer and Gooch in plenty during fishing
  • Nature walks in Jim Corbett National Park
  • Shopping at popular markets of Delhi
Itinerary Details
Day 1: Delhi

On arriving at the Delhi airport, meet an IHPL representative who helps you with an assisted transfer to your pre-booked hotel. Spend the rest of the day in doing the activities of your interest- interact with the locals, visit the well-known markers, gorge in lip-smacking street food or shop at the popular markets. Stay overnight in Delhi.

Day 2: Delhi - Jim Corbett National Park

In the morning, after breakfast, leave for Jim Corbett National Park by road. Afternoon arrival at Corbett, the oldest national park of India. Complete the check-in formalities. The rest of the day is free for leisure activities- admire the lush green surroundings, embark on a nature walk etc. One of country’s most lush forests, Corbett gets its name from hunter-turned-conservationist Jim Corbett who had an important role in its establishment. Stay overnight in Corbett.

Day 3-4: Angling in Corbett

Days 3 and 4 of the tour are scheduled for full- day fishing at the meeting point of river Ramganga and its contributory Mandal inside the park. The park has plenty of Golden Mahseer, Indian trout, Gooch or giant cat fish, etc. Anglers from all around the world visit the park to catch these amazing fish species. Overnight in Corbett.

Day 5: Jamur

On day 5, after breakfast continue with fishing in various crystal-clear pools of river Ramganga while moving upstream towards Jamur. On arrival, pitch-in your camps for an overnight stay. Your stay in these camps is quite comfortable as they are well-equipped with all kinds of necessities.

Day 6-7: Vanghat

Days 6 and 7 of the tour are for angling at various pools in Ramganga River moving upstream towards Vanghat. Later, indulge in fishing at various pools in Vanghat. During fishing, you may also spot herds of elephants quenching their thirst from the river water. Stay overnight in your tents at Vanghat.

Day 8: Bhikyasen

Post breakfast on the 8th day of the tour, leave Vanghat by road to reach Bhikyasen. Pitch-in your tents for an overnight stay. In the afternoon, enjoy fishing in pools in the upper part of Ramganga River. Admire the extreme natural beauty of this part of northern region of India. Stay overnight.

Day 9: Bhikyasen

Today, enjoy full day -fishing in various bits of the Upper Ramganga River. You do not only indulge in fishing but also treat your eyes to the surrounding beauty around the river. Overnight in Bhikyasen.

Day 10: Bhikyasen - Jim Corbett National Park (235 kms)

Have breakfast on day 10, in the morning enjoy fishing in the upper part of Ramganga River. Post lunch, leave Bhikyasen to get transferred to Jim Corbett National Park. On arrival, complete the check-in formalities at your lodge. The evening is free for leisure activities. Stay overnight in lodge.

Day 11 : Delhi - Departure

Today is the last day of the tour when you leave for Delhi by road. On arrival, check-in at your hotel. Freshen-up and spend the day at leisure. If you want then you can relax in the comfort of your room or can explore the city. After farewell dinner, get transferred to the airport to board a flight for your onward destination.



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