Must visit places in Corbett


Corbett is a home to rich diversity of flora and fauna and also has some beautiful places to visit. Despite the wilderness at the place, you will enjoy the beauty and serenity of the wild green. There are a plethora of destinations to visit and explore here. Therefore, if you are planning a trip to there, or have already boarded your plane or train to Manali, then you should make sure that you do visit every place in the list mentioned below:

Kyari Camp


This camp is a must visit for those who are great campers. This camp is located deep in the green wild in the Kumaon Region with exoticness dripping at every step you take. Being situated to the east of the Kosi River, its beauty and purity itself increases. So, if you are moving in there with your family and friends, then you should camp out here at the Kyari Camp.

Garjia Temple


This place is exquisite to all newlywed couples and those who want their family’s prosperity and happiness. This temple is beautifully built in the midst of the River Kosi near Ramnagar. The temple is thronged by every second family or couple visiting Corbett to seize some blessings and goodwill.

Sitabani Temple

Sitabani Temple

Moving 20 kilometres away from Ramnagar to the east, there is another beautiful temple located which is Sitabani Temple. This temple holds a mythological importance because people believe that Devi Sita had entered into Mother Earth at the same place. The popularity of this temple is so divine that every year a fair is held at the place during the Ram Navami.

Corbett Jungle Museum (Corbett Home)

Corbett Jungle Museum

Moving little bit away from the mythology and temples, let us dwell in history as well with the interesting museums in the Corbett National Park. One such very renowned and known museum is the Corbett Jungle Museum, which is also known as the Corbett Home. Given the thrills and facilities it offers, the charges are pretty low and minimal. You are only required to pay 5 INR and 1 INR simultaneously for the adults and students. You can also stumble upon a lot of exotic horror books about man-eating tigers, and flora/ fauna of the place. There are guns, fishing nets and other handy items easily available to add some adventure to your fun-filled stay.

Sitabani Forest Reserve


If you are an enthusiastic wildlife photographer then this place is god-sent heaven for you. The wild animals including panthers move around freely in the area across the peak tourist seasons. You can shoot some quality pictures of birds here thanks to its reputation as a bird paradise.

Where to stay at Jim Corbett National Park

If you have your summer holidays waiting for you then make plans for the beautiful places of the Jim Corbett National Park to enjoy it with wildlife adventure. PRIM Resorts in Corbett will solve your accommodation worries by rendering the best hospitality a traveller can get here.

Must visit places in Corbett

Unwind This Summer In Leh-Ladakh


Experience the divine serenity this summer in the breathtaking valleys of Leh-Ladakh.Surprise your family and friends and fill their lives with mesmerizing mother nature’s beauty of Leh-Ladakh by planning a trip to this winsome destination.Whether you are an adventure buff or a true nature lover this trans-Himalayan district has a lot to offer. Explore the irresistible peace and solace of this enchanting place and unwind your summers in the heart of Himalaya and Karakoram mountain ranges.

Challenge your fortitude by trekking and mount climbing at the world’s most magnificent mountain ranges or simply allure yourself by enjoying the graceful and elegant scenic beauty by cycling through the meandering roads of Ladakh. Embrace yourself on the unique Yak Safari and visit the lakes and glaciers to chill your summers and feel the taste of their local and rich culture.You can also explore the terrains by Jeep Safari as well and if you are tired by the adventure sports of this place then you can raise your energy levels by stimulating your taste buds with the finger licking native noodles, momos and much more.


Sanctify your soul in the sacred surrounding of seraphic Buddhist monasteries. Famous Thiksey Monastery, Lamayuru Monastery, Spituk Monastery are few of the spiritual heritage you’d love to sink your senses in. Explore their rich culture as the Buddhist monks and nuns study and practice their faith in these monasteries.

Get the flavour of the different shades of their ethnic culture by participating in the Ladakh festivals and celebrations which are a hub of various cultural shows, exhibitions and rituals. The famous ‘Hemis Festival’ is a 2-day long celebration that takes place either during June or July. This is a special day when both men and women are dressed beautifully and are embellished with heavy jewellery.There are various dance forms which are performed during this event which makes the whole festival even more spectacular. A colorful fair gives tourists even more awe-inspiring experience coupled with exotic shopping experience where various astounding handcraft items are available. Ladakh festival, celebrated from Sept 1st to Sept 15th, is another attraction. The festival is marked by the stunning dance and singing performances by the enthusiastic village participants.


Leh the capital of Ladakh is known for its spellbinding beauty. It has many tourist attractions like the ‘Leh Palace’ and Namgyal Tsemo Gompa. It’s also the perfect destination for the day trips into the Indus valley. The two monastery circuits which are like Shey, Thiksey, Stakna, Matto, Chambray, Tak-Tok, Hemis and Spituk, Phyang, Likir, Alchi, Ridzong, Lamayuru makes the journey to Leh even more memorable. If shopping unique items is what allures you the most then you are at the right place. Gift your near and dear ones the famous Tibetan antiques from the main bazar or the famous woollen clothes from the clothing bazar.

If experiencing a stupendous yet economical trip to this incredible destination is what you are looking for then PRIM Resorts Ladakh is your best bet. PRIM Resorts will facilitate and provide you the best services in affordable prices. Safety and security with the unmatched leisure is always the USP of the PRIM Resorts.

Unwind This Summer In Leh-Ladakh

9 travel tips for visiting Nainital/Hill station

Summer is here and so is vacation time. Instead of taking a trip to the beaches, why don’t you go visit one of the cool hill stations in India?

All excited about the holiday getaway to Nainital? Of course, you must be! You don’t get to visit such places ever so often, and so it makes sense to make it count whenever you visit this cool hill-station.

Here are nine travel tips you must keep in mind while visiting Nainital to make it a worthwhile affair.

  1. Plan the itinerary with detail so that you don’t miss out on any of the fun and adventure the place promises; even more so, if you are going to stay for over 2-3 days.
  1. Make your priority clear before planning the things to do there. Apart from visual delights, the city also has famed eating joints – for the foodie in you – and multiple shopping opportunities for the shopaholics. It’s always a good idea to have some souvenir and memorabilia to remind of the good times you spent there.
  1. Carrying too much hard cash is inconvenient and attracts trouble, carry ATMs instead – the more the merrier. This goes for any city or tourist destination in India.
  1. We visit hill-stations to escape the scorching heat of the plains. Just a drop of few degrees in temperature – often during nights – can turn the climate from pleasantly cool to inconveniently chilly. It’s advisable to carry some warm and woolen clothes, especially if there are children involved.
  1. Hopping around for accommodation in Nainital, or any other hill-station, doesn’t make for a pretty sight or experience. You run the risk of being shortchanged, or having to settle for less, not to mention all the exasperating hunting for a stay. So, if you are going in summer – when it’s the most crowded – it’s better to have a pre-booking. That way you can make not only the informed but also the best choice.
  1. The undulated and winding hilly terrain is as beautiful as they are dangerous. Make sure the driver you have is a deft hand behind the wheels with experience in navigating these treacherous terrain. Drive carefully with safety first approach is the way to go.
  1. Boating in the lakes is a wonderful experience. Make it also safer by wearing life jackets. Pay heed to the safety advice given by guides or boatman. Remember, life is a celebration as well. Respect it!
  1. Just like the way you want to get back from a place with good memories, the people there have wishes too. Be friendly and a good guest by respecting people, cultures, rules, procedures, laws etc. Give yourself a good name and your host some good memories of you. Yes! It means a lot.

Hill stations look great for their natural beauty and clean and fresh looks. Be a responsible traveler and avoid littering and polluting the raw beauty of Nainital. Otherwise, you might not like how it looks the next time you come.  So you can choose PRIM Resorts Nainital, which is available across all prime locations of the state. The resort provides beautifully decorated snug with attached bathroom. They also provide Indian and continental foods to indulge the taste buds of travelers.

9 travel tips for visiting Nainital/Hill station



Chail is the former summer capital of the former princely state of Patiala and is a beautiful hill station located 65 kilometers from Shimla near the Shiwalik area of Himachal Pradesh. Chail with Shimla and Kufri is known as the Golden Triangle of Himachal Pradesh.  In spite of being situated close to Shimla, Chail is undisturbed from the commercial clutter and crowds that throng Shimla and thus allows tourists to enjoy the scenic beauty and charm of the place in relative peace and calm. Chail is endowed with dense cover of deodar and pine trees. Stunning view of the mountains, lush green outfields, and captivating natural beauty makes it an ideal destination for a holiday. Diwali, Dussehra, and Holi are the main festivals in Chail that are enjoyed with much fanfare and enthusiasm.

Chail amazingly enjoys great climate throughout the year. The best time to visit Chail is from April to July and again from September to November when the monsoons are over. In summer, the days are warm and the nights happen to be cool. If you are looking to explore the cultural charm, Hindi month of Shravan (July/August) sees the observance of Minjair festival that attracts many tourists.

There is number of activities to do in Chail. Stroll off into the woods for a calm and peaceful walk or go for an exciting hike up on the hillside. You could also try some fishing activities in the river or could go for horse riding on the narrow trail near the hill. Let the thrill  of playing at the highest cricket pitch and polo ground in the world envelop you; or bathe in the opulence of Chail Palace while spending a luxurious and peaceful holidays. Children may enjoy the wildlife sanctuary, with cheer pheasants, ghoral, and red jungle fowl. Rastriya Military School in Chail is one of the five Rastriya Military Schools in India. Here around 300 cadets from different parts of country are groomed to be the future mascot of the country.

Chail has titillating trek routes for the outdoor freaks. Some of the easy trek routes are the Chur-Chandni, Chail-Shimla via Junga, Kandaghat-Chail, and Chail-Rajgarh. The trek trails offer scenic sites of the dales and hills all the way through.

Bring out the shopper in you and collect some souvenir and other useful items like Himachali caps, socks, gloves, Pashmina shawls, Kinnauri mufflers, sweaters,  shoes, and scarves. Apart from woolen garments, there are genuine carpets and rugs ideal for home decoration.

There are some limited eating sites in Chail. Except for some local dhabas serving basic Indian food, there aren’t too many options. Approximately, all the hotels in Chail boast of in house restaurants that provide Chinese, Indian, and Continental food.

PRIM Resorts in Chail is one of the best accommodations in Chail. Sprawling over  5- acres, its splendidly situated on a hill-top. This luxury resort in Chail has vast grounds, camps, roomy rooms and cottages. There is a wide area dedicated to adventure enthusiasts for adventure activities including 7 High Rope Courses set up. The resort has a feel of nature and adventure.


Unwind in Manali – this Winter

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The idea of having a leisure trip is to unwind, relax and cozy up to the charm of nature away from the troubles and tensions of daily life. And there is no getaway better than Manali to escape for a chilled-out vacation. This top hill station in Himachal Pradesh has something to offer for everyone round the year, be it serene sightseeing, thrilling adventure activities or just a peaceful expedition in the lap of snow-clad mountains. While the hill-station is enjoyable round the year, to witness the place in its full snow-white glory, October to January is the best time to visit Manali.


Winter vacation in Manalikullu_manali

Discover Manali in winter and the winter charm will flood you with majestic memories of a lifetime. Sparkling white snow-clad mountains coupled with verdant valleys with lush vegetation will give you a feel of exotic Switzerland right here in India.

Lush grass peeping through the snow will sooth your eyes and warms your heart. You can enjoy the blissful snowballing at your loved ones in winter with snow falling all around. Created with god’s own hands, Manali showcases the ultimate beauty in this season. The amazing experience will help you reclaim and rediscover yourself from the boring mundaneness of mechanical life you lead.

Though amazing for sightseeing, there isn’t many things to do in Manali in winters. And the intense winter months of December and January are considered off season period owing to the huge dip in the mercury. However, the heavy discount on tour packages offer a prospect tempting enough to brave the winter chill and enjoy the pristine winter panorama.

Things You Can Do In Winters on Manali Trip


First of all, pack your bags with loads of winter clothes because you will need a pile to brave the freezing temperature. It is a must visit hill-station in winters in India. Apart from the sightseeing, you can also indulge in thrilling activities like skiing and RTV rides.


Skiing in Manaliskiing-manali

Manali is known for skiing and everyone is strongly advised to take a plunge; don’t be afraid, you’ll absolutely love it. After all, the heavy snowfall would leave very little options for sightseeing.

Places to visit in Manali

Mahadev Temple Must See Places in Manali

There are many famous places in Manali, You will love to visit. Hadimba Devi temple, Jagatsukh temple and many Tibetan monasteries are one of them. Visit to Vashisht temple is one of the must visit places of Manali in winters as the hot suplhur springs will pamper your numb cold skin with hot soothing water. Visit this beautiful temple and have a relishing bath at these springs.

Then, this is the best season to enjoy snowball fights and make snow-man, snow fairy and many more interesting snow creatures with annoying yet lovely siblings, friends and cousins. Winter is short but awesome, and is full of unique goodies only winter can offer.

Prim Resorts- A Perfect Accommodation Destination in Winters

Once you have made up your mind on visiting Manali. The next big question is where to stay in Manali? There is this Offbeat Resort in Manali you will find suitable to your rich taste.

Situated at a few minutes’ drive from the popular adventure hub of Solang Valley, they are a hotel that offers complete comfort and convenience to guests. The state of the art rooms are warm and cozy, especially designed to meet the requirements of chilling winters. You not only enjoy traveling convenience but also enjoy a cozy hideout with custom-made rooms. Then of course facilities like bonfire nights will make you winter vacation a memorable one.

Unwind in Manali – this Winter

Discovering Shimla

About Shimla

Shimla is the capital city of Northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. The most popular tourist hub in the country is also among the top entrepreneurial destination in India.

Climate of Shimla

climate of shimla

The climate in Shimla is predominantly cool during the winters and moderately warm in the summers. Temperature usually ranges from −4 °C to 31 °C. Though the average total annual precipitation is much less than other hill stations, still it’s much heavier in contrast to the plains. Snowfall in the region usually takes place from Decembers to February.

Places of Interest for Tourists

The Mall Road

The Mall – It is the main shopping street in Shimla. It also has many banks, restaurants, Post Offices, clubs, bars and tourist offices.

Shimla State Museum

Shimla State Museum – The Museum, opened in 1974, has protected the cultural wealth and hill-out of this state. There is a collection of many Pahari sculptures, paintings, woodcarvings, textiles, costumes and jewelry.


SUMMER HILL– At a distance of 6 kilometer from The Ridge, this adorable township of Summer Hill is located at a height of over 6000 feet on the Shimla-Kalka railway line. Veteran Mahatma Gandhi used to live in these quiet surroundings during his stay in Shimla. Himachal Pradesh University is also situated here.


Sankat Mochan – It’s a traditional Lord Hanuman temple in Shimla.

christ church shimla

Christ Church – Located on The Ridge, it is the second oldest church of Northern India. It has a very majestic view and inside there are glass windows that represent fortitude, faith, hope, humility, and the patience.


Jakhu Hill – 2 kms away from Shimla, Jakhu Hill is the highest peak in the town at a height of over 8000 feet. This gives visitors a beautiful view of the town and of the snow covered Himalayas. At the top of this Hill, old temple of Lord Hanuman is located, which is also the home of many monkeys waiting to be fed by tourists. A 33 meter statue of Lord Hanuman at such a height is the prime tourist attraction.



PRIM Resorts in Shimla is a heritage resort of British times that would remind you of a British Manor in Windsor, UK. It’s the erstwhile post office that has made the transition to a luxurious 19-room resort for the discerning. Decorated with Victorian furniture and many antiques like an old fireplace, 100-year-old piano, the place is full of memories. Cocooned inside the emerald of Deodar trees, it is situated in a cul-de-sac near the Mall Road.  The resort is a paradise of peace away from the clutter of Mall Road while still being at walking distance from it. Away from the deafening realities, this resort is peace lover’s paradise in middle of Shimla, which gives an instant mood lift to the travellers. A mesmerizing forest full of birds and a Golf Course across the premises completes the boutique get-up.

Discovering Shimla