#1 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 1.5 km from Tallital Bus Stand, Nainital Lake is a natural freshwater lake, situated amidst the main town of Nainital. Nainital Lake is one of the prime places to visit in Nainital town. The lake is most commonly represented to promote Nainital Tourism.
According to the history, this lake was built in 1839 by P. Barron at an altitude of 2,000 m. This is one of the four lakes of Kumaon hills, the other three lakes are Sattal Lake, Bhimtal Lake and Naukuchiyatal Lake. Nainital Lake is lunar-shaped and has an outlet at the southeastern end. The lake covers a perimeter of 2 miles with a depth varies from 6 m to 28 m. Northern part of the lake is called as Mallital while southern part known as Tallital. Balia Nala is the main feeder-stream of the lake. Other than this, 26 major drains, including the three perennial ones, feed it. It is surrounded .....
Adventure | Nature
#2 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 10 km from Tallital Bus Stand, Naina Peak, also known as China Peak, is the highest peak and a famous attraction in the town of Nainital. A trek to Naina Peak is one of the top things to do in Nainital and is among prime place to visit on a Nainital trip.
Naina Peak is situated at an altitude of 2615 m. The peak was renamed from China peak to Naina peak after the 1962 war with China. Due to high altitude and lush green forest path, Naina Peak is also a favorite place in Nainital for trekking. This highest point of this mountain is widely known for its amazing natural surroundings and the snow covered mountains all around. Naina Peak is a quiet place from where the Nanda Devi peak and the mountains on the Tibet border can be viewed.
The peak offers breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks. The trek to Naina Peak is little .....
#3 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 2 km from Tallital Bus Stand, The Naina Devi Temple is situated on northern end of the Nainital Lake near the Nainital Boat House Club in Nainital.
The presiding deity of the temple is Goddess Naina Devi represented by two eyes. According to the legend, Naina Devi Temple is the place where eyes from burned body of Goddess Sati fall when her corpse was being carried by Lord Shiva. The word Naina is synonymous with Sati's eyes. The temple is one the main places to visit in Nainital.
It is said that the current temple at Nainital actually replaces the original 15th century temple. In 1842, a devotee Moti Ram Shah installed an idol of Naina Devi. A major landside has destroyed the temple completely in 1880. Naina Devi temple was replaced by the present structure in 1883.
Inside the temple, devotees have darshan of three deities. On the extreme left is Mata Kali Devi, the center .....
Hill Station | Backwaters
#4 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 22 km from Nainital & 12 km from Bhimtal, Sattal or Sat Tal is a cluster of seven inter-connected freshwater lakes located in Nainital district. At an altitude of 1,370 m, it is one of the most scenic places around Nainital and also one of the popular Uttarakhand tourist places.
The group of lakes is set amidst dense forests of oak and pine trees. Sattal is one of the few unspoiled and unpolluted fresh water bodies in India. This is often compared with Westmoreland of England by British. The names of the seven lakes of Sattal are Purna Tal, Ram Tal, Sita Tal, Laxman Tal, Nal Damyanti Tal, Sukh Tal and Garud Tal. The Garud Tal is a solitary lake and is not interconnected. The Ram, Sita and Lakshman Tal all together form the Sattal main Lake.
These lakes are heaven for migratory .....
Hill Station | Backwaters
#5 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 20 km from Nainital and 11 km from Sattal, Bhimtal is a picturesque lake located in the town of Bhimtal in Nainital district. It is situated at an altitude of 1,370 m and is one of the major places of sightseeing near Nainital. Bhimtal is older than the Nainital city as it was once part of the ancient silk route. The town and the lake are named after Bhima, one of the Pandavas of the epic story of Mahabharata who is said to have visited the place during the exile period of the Pandavas. This is another popular attraction not to miss in a Nainital tour package.
Bhimtal is the largest lake in Kumaon region and situated amidst lush green mountains. The lake is of 1701 m length, 451 m width and depth of 18 m. It is spread across 63.25 hectares of area. The Victoria dam was built on this Lake in 1883 when Kumaon region was under the British Raj. Bhimtal offers splendid .....
#6 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 1 km from Tallital Bus Station, Mall Road is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Nainital. It connects the North and South West corner of Nainital Lake known as Mallital and Tallital and runs parallel to Nainital Lake. Shopping in Mall Road is one of the top activities in Nainital.
The Mall Road was constructed during the British colonial rule. This is the main commercial area which runs through the heart of the Nainital town. The Mall road is now named as Govind Ballabh Pant Marg. The road has a number of Hotels, Banks, Showrooms, Department Stores, Shops, Restaurants and Cafes. It is a cluster of many small shops offering varied products.
Visitors can enjoy their leisurely evening stroll on the Mall Road, with a cool refreshing breeze blowing across the lake on to the road adding to the charm of the Mall. During summers, this road becomes crowded with locals and tourists enjoying the evening weather.
The entry of vehicles is restricted .....
Adventure | Nature
#7 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 5 km from Tallital Bus Stand, Tiffin Top also known as Dorothy's Seat is located in Ayarpatta Hill of Nainital. This is the second highest peak in Nainital after China Peak.
Situated at an altitude of about 2,290 m, Tiffin Top is a famous vantage point in the scenic hill station of Nainital. It is one of the most famous among Nainital places to visit. It is also one of the best places for short trekking in Nainital. This place is named after Dorothy Kellet, an English Painter, who died in a plane crash. Tiffin Top is a stonework bench built in the memory of Dorothy Kellet by her husband J.P. Kellet. This was the place where she used to sit and paint the beautiful town and its surroundings. Later, it started becoming a famous picnic spot for the Rajas who ruled this place and hence was officially converted into a picnic spot and locally named Tiffin top which denotes packed food consumed during the day.
Tiffin Top is a very popular picnic spot and is sought .....
#8 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 1.5 km from Tallital Bus Stand, G.B. Pant High Altitude Zoo is a high altitude zoo situated in Nainital. It is one of the popular Nainital tourist places and is one of the three High Altitude Zoo Parks in North India, apart from those in Darjeeling and Sikkim.
The Zoo was established in 1984 and is spread over an area of 11 acres. It is situated on the Sher Ka Danda hill at an altitude of 2,100 m (6,900 feet) and is the only zoo in Uttarakhand. The Zoo was opened to visitors on 1st June 1995 and is managed by Bharat Ratna Pandit Govind Ballabh Pant High Altitude Zoo Management Society, Nainital from 1st March 2002.
The Zoo was established with the objective to conserve and protect the wildlife and biodiversity of the hill region of Uttarakhand. The zoo has several endangered species of animals in the Himalayas and animals like snow leopard, Tibetan wolf, Japanese Macaque, Sambar, .....
#9 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 3 km from Tallital Bus Stand & 2 km from Nainital Lake, Snow View Point is one of the most beautiful places in Nainital and also among the most visited Nainital tourist places.
Situated at an altitude of 2,270 m, Snow view point offers excellent views of snowcapped mountains like Nanda Devi, Trishul and Nanda Kot. It also offers great views of Nainital Lake and the town. Snow view point is well connected by road but a ride in aerial ropeway from Mallital is the best way to reach this place.
In order to provide a perfect view to visitors, a pair of huge binoculars is installed at this spot. A small temple housing images of Rama, Sita, Lakshman, Hanuman with Durga and Shiva is located on the peak. The Tibetan monastery Gadhan Kunkyop Ling Gompa of the Gelukpa order situated near Snow view point is also a must visit spot. An early morning trek to this place gives some of the best .....
#10 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 17 km from Nainital and 8 km from Bhowali, Kainchi Dham is a religious pilgrimage center located at Kainchi on the Nainital - Almora Road in Uttarakhand. The word Kainchi means two sharp hairpin bends in a local dialect and hence the name. It is one of the well known temples of Uttarakhand state and one of the top places to visit in Nainital. Famous visitors of the temple include Apple founder Steve Jobs and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. This is another popular attraction not to miss in a Nainital tour package.
Kainchi is a beautiful secluded shrine and is famous for the Hanuman Mandir. The ashram is situated at an altitude of 1400 m. In 1962, Neem Karoli Baba built a platform around a place where two spiritual gurus Sadhu Premi Baba and Sombari Maharaj had performed Yagyas in .....
#11 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 2 km from Nainital Bus Station, Tibetan Market or Bhotia Market is a shopping venue located in the picturesque hill station of Nainital in Uttarakhand. Situated on the banks of Nainital Lake near Naina Devi Temple, it is one of the popular places to go for shopping in Nainital.
Located in the vicinity of the Mall Road, Bhotia Market is the most famous street market in the town. The colorful street of Tibetan Market is always busy and filled with people as it is located close to the Naini Lake. The market is ideal for visiting after you have paid your respects at the Naina Devi Temple or when on an evening stroll looking to collect some souvenirs as it is the only shopping area in Nainital that offers a variety of souvenirs at reasonable rates.
This market has gained its recognition owing to the sale of the unique 'Tibet' products which reflect the culture and traditions of the Tibetan people. One can buy an extensive variety of woolens and winter wears, Himalayan .....
#12 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 1 km from Nainital Bus Station, Pashan Devi Temple is an ancient temple located on the banks of Nainital Lake at Thandi Sadak in Nainital, Uttarakhand. It is one of the prominent temples in Nainital.
Situated on the opposite side of the Mall Road, the Pashan Devi Temple is dedicated to Maa Durga. The deity is considered as the Goddess of the stone-pelters and is worshipped by the many devotees as the representation of Goddess Durga (Nav Durga). The entire temple is made out of stones including the idol of the goddess as well. Pashan Devi Temple is stationed at a big giant rock which represents all the nine forms of Devi Durga and unique manner.
This temple is an important place of worship for the locals. One of the main attractions of this temple is the 'Akhand Jyoti', an eternal flame that has existed ever since the temple was first formed. As this temple is dedicated to Goddess Durga, it is very famous for sindoor and sarees and is visited by thousands of .....
#13 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 4 km from Ramnagar Railway Station, 65 km from Nainital, 232 km from Dehradun, and 261 km from Delhi, Jim Corbett National Park is India's oldest and most popular National Park in India. The Park acts as a protection zone for Bengal Tigers of India. It is one of the wellknown wildlife sanctuaries in India and among the best places to visit near Delhi.
Corbett National Park was established in 1936 as Hailey National Park. After India's independence the park was named as Ramganga National Park but later in 1956, it was renamed after Jim Corbett - the famous hunter turned conservationist and author, who played a major role in the establishment of the national park. The area came under Project Tiger in 1973. Spread over an area of about 520 sq. km, out of which 330 sq. km forms the core area. Owing to its location in the Himalayan low lands, many streams flow through the park, supporting .....
Distance (From Nainital): 65 Kms
Trip Duration (From Nainital - Including Travel): Full Day
#14 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 8 km from Tallital Bus Stand, Himalayan Darshan is a viewpoint situated in Nainital. Located on the way to Kilbury, it is one of the popular vantage points in Nainital and among the top Nainital Tourist Places.
Nestled at an altitude of about 2000 m, Himalayan Darshan is also known as Himalayan Viewpoint and is a beautiful tourist spot in Nainital. This viewpoint offers some spectacular views of several prominent Himalayan peaks along with surrounding lush green hills and valleys below. It is a very good place to spend some time in solitude amid the Mother Nature.
Due to its close proximity to Nainital Town, one can visit this place by hiring a taxi, horseback or on foot.
Timings: 6 AM - 5 PM
#15 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 1.5 km from Eco Cave Garden and 5 km from Tallital Bus Stand, Lover's Point is a vantage point situated near Bara Pathar in Nainital. It is one of the scenic viewpoints in Nainital and among the must include places in Nainital Tour Packages.
Lover's Point is famous for the scenic views it provides. The Lovers Point is genuinely romantic and extremely appreciated by couples in love. A small walk through the rocky road from the parking lot takes you to this point. The mesmerizing beauty of this place is liked and frequented by many tourists. One can avail horse from this point to upper points like Tiffin Top, Naina peak, etc. which are not accessible by vehicles.
Contiguous the cliff of Lovers Point there lies the Suicide Point, the awfulness of everything. Many people have jumped off from this point and committed suicide and that is how this point got such a controversial name. The view from the suicide point is no less exciting than the one from Lover's Point. .....
#16 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 25 km from Nainital and 6 km from Bhimtal, Naukuchiatal is a picturesque lake situated in Nainital district. It is situated at an altitude of 1,220 m and it literally means nine cornered lake.
The lake is 175 feet deep and is the deepest lake in the Nanitaal region. It is surrounded by thick vegetation of trees and shrubs. The length of lake is 983 m and breadth is 693 m. The lake is fed by an underground perennial spring.
According to mythology, any person who can spot all the nine corners of the lake standing on the ground is guaranteed nirvana. It is believed that the lake was created by Lord Brahma and a small temple dedicated to Brahma exists near the KMVN guesthouse. It is also said that anyone who performs a circumambulation of the lake will be blessed by Lord Brahma.
This place is famous for the mesmerizing beauty of terrain and green landscapes. A walk through the woods, which offers scenic .....
#17 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 8 km from Tallital Bus Stand, Sariyatal is a small but beautiful lake located on Kaladungi Road in Nainital.
Sariyatal is among the numerous lakes of Kumaon range and is fed by a beautiful stream surrounded by lush green picturesque landscape. The water of the stream is very cold. This deep emerald lake is also referred as Sarita Tal.
Apart from the beautiful lake, Sariyatal is also famous for Himalayan Botanical Garden which is run by Forest Department. The Botanical Garden, spread over an area of 30 hectares, is a prominent center of study. It has a collection of several rare and endangered native plant species. This garden also has some major attractions which include an orchidarium, herbarium, Thunia Alba orchid, geodesic dome, waterfalls, etc.
Entry Ticket for Botanical Garden: Rs.20 per person.
Timings: 10 AM to 5 PM.
#18 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 15 km from Tallital Bus Stand and 3 km from Pangot, Pangot and Kilbury Bird Sanctuary is a bird watcher's paradise on Kilbury road in Nainital District. This is famous for numerous bird species and is located at an altitude of 2528 m. This is one of the best tourist places to visit in Nainital and also among prime place to visit on a Nainital tour.
Kilbury, among the famous wildlife sanctuaries in India, is surrounded by lush dense forest of oak, pine and rhododendron which provides ample opportunities for bird watching. One of the India's scenic and famous birding routes, Kilbury is known for more than 580 species of birds. Both migratory and local birds can be spotted in the region. The most commonly found birds are the Brown wood Owls, .....
#19 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 8.5 km from Tallital Bus Stand, Aryabhatta Research Institute of Observational Sciences (ARIES) is an autonomous institute situated at Manora Peak near Nanitaal.
Established in 1955, ARIES was shifted to present location at Manora Peak in 1961. Having one of the best in world and most advanced telescopes in India, this observatory was setup in Nainital due to clear skies over the area. It came under the Department of Science & Technology (DST), Govt. of India as an autonomous body in 2004.
ARIES is one of the leading research institutes specialized in Astronomy, Astrophysics and Atmospheric Sciences. The main research interests of Astronomy & Astrophysics division are in solar, planetary, stellar, galactic and extra-galactic astronomy including X-ray binaries, star clusters, nearby galaxies, quasars, and inherently transient events like supernova and highly energetic gamma ray bursts. Research focus in Atmospheric Sciences division is mainly in the lower part .....
#20 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 38 km from Nainital, 5 km from Kaladhungi and 26 km from Ramnagar, Corbett Waterfalls is situated on Ramnagar - Kaladhungi highway in Nainital district. Corbett Falls is among the top places to visit in Nainital and also one of the best places to visit near Delhi.
Corbett Falls is a scenic water fall and is surrounded by dense teak wood forest. This waterfall is cascading down from a height of 20 m in to a pool. Sound of the waterfall makes perfect melody with chippings of the birds. The fall is not very huge and bathing in the falls is no longer permitted, but the natural beauty around the place has to be enjoyed and appreciated. This is another popular attraction not to miss in a Nainital tour package.
Trekking in the forests, bird .....
#21 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 34 km from Nainital and 28 km from Mukteshwar, Ramgarh is a small hill station in Uttarakhand state and popular places to visit in Nainital district. Situated on the way to Mukteshwar, this place is famous for orchards.
Ramgarh is divided in two parts known as Malla located on elevation and Talla located downhill. This is situated at an average elevation of 1518 m above sea level. Ramgarh is away from the hustle bustle of the city offering pristine environment and gigantic view of the Himalayas.
This hill station is founded by British and was frequently visited by many high profile personalities of India and British. The place was once the cantonment of the English army. The hill station carries the legacy of some ancestral buildings, used as inspection bungalows and temporary palaces for officers dating back to British colonial period.
Ramgarh is also known as Fruit Bowl .....
Adventure | Nature
#22 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 7 km from Nainital, Jeolikot is a beautiful hill station situated on NH 87 in Nainital district. It is situated at an altitude of 1,219 m and is popularly known as a gateway to Naini Lake.
Jeolikot is surrounded by magnificent mountains, lush green forests and pine forests. This is an ideal place for those who are interested in floriculture and butterfly catching. Maintained by the horticulture department, every year visitors in large numbers come to the hill station to see flowers in bloom.
Swami Vivekananda and Sri Aurobindo, the well-known philosophers, spent a lot of time meditating in the hill around Jeolikot. Another important attraction of the hill station is the beekeeping center. It is a place where honeybees are bred and honey is extracted. This place also offers some adventure activities like nature walks and bird watching.
Jeolikot was a favorite haunt of the British during colonial era. There are many cottages and hotels in Jeolikot, which .....
#23 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 2 km from Tallital Bus Stand, Gurney House is a historic building located on Ayarpatta Hill in Nainital. This place was the residence of hunter-conservationist and writer Jim Corbett.
Gurney House is a charming 19th century British cottage. In 1871, Jim Corbett's mother, Mary Jane Corbett had bought this 1.7 acres of land. The cottage was constructed in 1881 with the dismantled material of their earlier house on Alma Hill. After the death of their mother in 1924, the home was inherited by Margaret Winifred Corbett, sister of Jim Corbett. Jim Corbett lived in the Gurney House along with his sister Maggie Corbett till 1947 before leaving permanently for Kenya. The house was sold to Mr. Sharada Prasad Varma. Currently the house is owned by his granddaughter, Nilanjana Dalmia.
The house is surrounded by a beautiful garden having trees of Angu, Rhododendron and Tilaunj or Kharsu. The cottage is a typical English country home with complete glass windows. There .....
#24 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 3 km from Tallital Bus Stand & 1.5 km from Nainital Lake, Eco Cave Garden is a newly developed tourist spot located in Sukhatal or Mallital on the Kaladungi road in Nainitaal.
Eco Cave Garden is a natural park that comprises of several rocky inter connected caves and hanging gardens. Eco Cave Gardens is managed by Kumaon Mandal Vikas Nigam. It offers visitors a glimpse of wildlife of Himalayas.
There are six underground caves in this garden, connected through tunnels. The caves are named as tiger cave, panther cave, bats cave, squirrel cave, flying fox cave and apes cave, some of them are very narrow.
There is one small garden atop a hill where tourists can enjoy the panoramic views of beautiful cliffs nearby. A musical fountain is also present in Eco Cave Gardens but it is operational only in peak season.
Entry Fee: Rs.20 for Adults, Rs.10 for Children and Rs.25 for Camera.
Timings: 9.30 AM to 5.30 PM
#25 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 6 km from Tallital Bus Stand, Land's End is a view point situated near Barapathar in Nainital. It is situated at an altitude of 2118 m above sea level and provides a magnificent view of the plains and the beautiful Khurpa Tal surrounded by beautiful village and pine forests. It is one of the most scenic places and most visited places in Nainital.
Land's End literally means dead end and this cliff is exactly means it. It became popular and famous as people started coming here to determine the reason and quench their curiosity as to why it was called Land's End.
This hill top is a perfect spot for aspiring photographers as they can capture the picturesque view of the valleys.
Land's End can be easily reached with a short trek or with help of Pony. One can go to Barapathar on a vehicle and then walk about one km to reach the spot.
Timings: 5.30 AM - 6 PM
Heritage | Pilgrimage
#26 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 3 km from Tallital Bus Stand & 1.5 km from Nainital Lake, St John Wilderness Church is located adjacent to the High Court of Uttarakhand at Mallital in Nainital.
St. John in the Wilderness is one of the oldest and finest churches in Nainital. The Church is dedicated to St. John the Baptist. This Anglican Church was built in 1846 and is one of the earliest buildings erected in Nainital. As per the legend, Daniel Wilson, the Bishop of Kolkata visited Nainital in 1844 to lay the foundation of this church. During his visit, he fell ill and had to stay in an unfinished house which was on the edge of the forest. Hence, the church got the name of St John Wilderness Church.
The church was built in Neo Gothic style, amidst pine and deodar trees on the hilltop. The church is also famous for its stained-glass windows. It is said that Jim Corbett worshipped here during his tenure in the British army and was a great follower of this Church. St John Wilderness Church contains .....
#27 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 3 km from Tallital Bus Stand, Raj Bhawan also called as Governor House is a colonial building located at Tallital area of Nainital. It serves as the official residence of Governor of Uttarakhand.
Uttarakhand is one of the few Indian states with two official Raj Bhawans. The first one is located in the capital city of Dehradun and the second one is situated here in Nainital. Raj Bhawan was built by British as a residence of Governor of then North West Province. The foundation stone of the Nainital Government House was laid on 27th April 1897 and the building was completed in March 1900.
Raj Bhawan previously served as summer residence of British Governors. After Independence it was renamed as Raj Bhawan. In the post-Independence period, Sarojini Naidu, the first Governor of Uttar Pradesh, was the first occupant of this historic monument.
It is built in Victorian Gothic style as a replica of Buckingham Palace. The Raj Bhawan estate is spread over 220 acre .....
#28 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 2.5 km from Tallital Bus Stand, Hanuman Garhi is a famous Hindu temple situated towards south of Tallital in Nainitaal. This temple is situated at an altitude of 6,401 feet.
This temple is dedicated to Lord Hanuman and was built by Neem Karoli Baba, who is a famous saint around the year 1950. The presiding deity is Hanuman, a devotee of Lord Rama, who is depicted in the image as opening his chest and revealing the images of Lord Rama and Sita in his heart. This temple has a large idol of Lord Hanuman, who is also known as Maruti. The statue of Lord Hanuman is covering with a golden umbrella.
The temple complex also has shrines of Lord Shiva and Ram beside that of Hanuman. On the other side of the hill has temple of Shitala Devi temple and Ashram of Lila Sah Bapu. Hanuman Garhi temple is easily accessible by road.
This temple is built on a beautiful hill. One can view the magnificent sun set, sun rise and valley view of the Tarai from here.
#29 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 11 km from Tallital Bus Stand, Khurpa Taal is a beautiful lake located in the Khurpatal area on the outskirts of Nainital hill station. Situated on the Bajpur - Kaladgungi Road, this is one of the gorgeous lakes in Uttarakhand and among the top places to visit as part of Nainital Tour Packages.
Situated at an altitude of 1635 m, Khurpa Taal is one of the most picturesque places near Nainital. The lake is known for its pleasant climate and crystal clear water. Nestled amidst the tall trees and high hills, this emerald green lake is the best tourist place for those who wish to stay away from hustle and bustle of Nainital and want to spend some quiet moments amid nature as it is less crowded. Unexploited by tourists, the lake is a secret haven replete with bounteous nature.
Surrounded by terraced fields, the lake is also considered ideal for fishing owing to its crystal clear waters and abundance of freshwater fish. Tourists can enjoy boating on the lake along .....
#30 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 49 km from Nainital, Mukteshwar Dham is a Hindu temple located in Mukteshwar town near Nainital, Uttarakhand. Also known as Mukteshwar Temple, it is one of the famous places of pilgrimage near Nainital.
Dedicated to Lord Shiva, Mukteshwar Dham is a 350-year-old temple that enshrines a white marble Shiva Linga. this temple is identified as one of the eighteen most important temples dedicated to Lord Shiva in the Hindu scripture. According to Puranas, it is believed to be the place where Lord Shiva killed a demon and gave him Mukti. The shrine has a simple architecture with a flight of stone stairs that lead devotees to the main shrine. Apart from the sacred Shiva Lingam, it also houses idols of other deities like Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu, and consort of Goddess Parvati.
Perched at an altitude of 2315 m in the Kumaon hills, this temple offers a commanding vista of the entire picturesque valley that lures many tourists every year. Apart from the temple, one can .....
#31 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 20 km from Mukteshwar, 30 km from Almora, and 59 km from Nainital, Peora is a tiny hamlet located in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand. Cradled in the lap of Himalayas, it is one of the offbeat places to visit in Uttarakhand and among the must include places in Nainital Tour Packages.
Perched at an elevation of 6600 feet, Peora is a small Kumauni hamlet with traditional tiled-roof village huts sparsely scattered on the slopes of its contoured valleys, surrounded by dense pine forests. If you are looking for a tourist place away from the touristy crowd of Nainital, then Peora is the perfect place to enjoy solitude bliss and quietude. The lush green surroundings tend to have an enriching impact on the visitors along with the picture-perfect views of the outer Himalayas draped in snow which is a treat to the eyes.
Untouched by the hands of modernity, this hidden gem is bountiful in scenic beauty and picturesque views that make it a perfect getaway. From the .....
#32 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 3 km from Nainital Bus Station, Jama Masjid is a wonderful mosque located in the Mall Road, Nainital, Uttarakhand. Situated near the Nainital Cricket Stadium, it is one of the best places to visit in Nainital.
Jama Masjid was built in 1882 during British Era for their Muslim soldiers, serving in the military camps around Nainital. The stately building of Jama Masjid elucidating its beauty is a remarkable piece of architecture. This quintessential Islamic building is wearing a pristine white color with a tinge of black.
Known for its Islamic style of architecture, the mosque has dome, minarets and the interiors boast the carvings in Arabic. The most notable feature of Jama Masjid is the 'mihrab', a niche in the wall that indicates the direction of Mecca. One can also see the minaret or tower adjacent or attached to a mosque, from where the call to prayer is announced.
During Fridays and Eid al-Fitr, people of Islamic faith gather here in large numbers .....
#33 of 33 Places to Visit in Nainital
At a distance of 3 km from Tallital Bus Stand, the Eco Cave Garden is actually a natural park situated in Nainital. Located along the Kaldungi Road in Mallital, it is one of the beautiful parks in Nainital and among the must include places of Himalaya Darshan Tour of Nainital.
Maintained by the Kumaon Mandal Vikas Nigam, Eco Cave Garden is a newly developed tourist spot in Nainital. This natural park is a collection of interconnected rocky caves and hanging gardens which offers the glimpse of Himalayan wildlife through different caves. It has a total of six caves namely Squirrel Cave, Bat Cave, Panther Cave, Ape Cave, Tiger Cave and Flying Fox Cave. The caves here are of different dimensions narrowing down further into the tunnels which give it a natural look.
It is the epitome of the wild jungle and hills of Nainital. Mainly suited for children, this place will be enjoyed by the whole family. Kids like these informative caves as all the caves are adventurous and filled with .....
Most Asked Questions on Nainital
Nainital can be vistited through the year, however, winter & summer from September to June are the best seasons to visit Nainital. Summer is the busiest season and hotels are usually very expensive in this season. If you would like to experience the snow fall, December is the best season to visit Nainital.
Nainital usually requires around 3 days to visit the most important attractions. There are several wonderful destinations around Nainital like Almora & Ranikhet. Jim Corbett, the most famous National Park in India is very close to Nainital and is usually visited along with Nainital.
Budget of Nainital trip depends on the trip duration and category of hotel you choose for your stay along with the kind of vehicle you prefer. Nainital tour packages offered by Trawell.in start from as low as INR 6950 per person for a 2D/1N trip and from INR 8900 per person for 3D/2N vacation.
Ensure to cover most important places to visit in Nainital like Nainital Lake, Snow View Point, Himalaya Darshan Point, Tiffin Top, High Altitude Zoo, etc. Sattal & Bhimtal are very close to Nainital and can be visited with an extra day visit to these places.
Nainital usually experiences snow during peak winter around mid of December month. It depends on weather condition and the dates may vary and the level of snow fall may vary as well.
Top 5 Nainital Packages
|Quick Tour of Nainital from Delhi||2D/1N||₹ 6950||View Details|
|Best of Nainital from Delhi||3D/2N||₹ 8900||View Details|
|Nainital - Jim Corbett Park from Delhi||4D/3N||₹ 11650||View Details|
|Nainital - Almora - Ranikhet||5D/4N||₹ 14250||View Details|
|Nainital - Almora - Jim Corbett Park||6D/5N||₹ 16650||View Details|
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