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In the northern part of India, lies a miniature paradise called Nainital. This place is spread out amidst the alpine snow capped Himalayas and like mountains. The beauty of the fusion of the clouds with the mountains is breathtaking. Nainital is named after the Naina devi temple that lies just over the naini lake. Naini is the name of the goddess and tal means lake. Nainital is not only a tourist destination where you can enjoy sightseeing but it is equally popular for eco-tourism, adventure tourism, nature walks, camping and more. Flooded with tourists from across the globe, Nainital should be visited atleast once to experience its grandeur and charisma.
If you are visiting Nainital the places to see are as follows:
Naina Devi Temple– This is a temple that’s crowded with devotees round the year. Situated just above the Naina Lake it is a beautiful and holy place to be. The ambience of the place is so soothing and relaxing, that you feel as if all your tensions and stress have disappeared and feel very light at heart.
Jim Corbett National Park – Nainital has everything for everyone. For wildlife photographers and wilderness freaks, there one famous place, the abode of the tigers. It is the natural habitat. Best region to explore and flora and fauna that is diverse and fascinating.
Astronomical Observatory – This is one unique place where you get to see a wide variety of binoculars and telescopes, the observatory is a must visit for the stargazers.
Naina Peak – For the panoramic view of the mystic peaks and the breathtaking lush green valleys that look like carpets with beds of flowers.
There are loads of areas in the district of Nainital which are worth visiting. These place include Ramgarh, Bhowali, Ranikhet, Kasauli etc. A lot of hindi movie shoots and television serials are also shot in these regions and if you are lucky, you might as well get to see some of the cine stars in real life.
In a Nutshell, this mini paradise has to be in your must see getaways.
China Peak which is also known as the Naina Peak is at an altitude of about 2611 metres and around 6 kilometres from NainitalRead More
The Cave Gardens is the most recent addition to the grand list of the traveller attractions in NainitalRead More
Raj Bhavan was constructed by the British as the residence of Governor of the North West ProvinceRead More
The Zoo in Nainital is almost 2 km away from the bus stand of the Tallital and is at an altitude of 2100 mtsRead More
Tiffin Top is a terrace hill top at the top of Ayarpatta hill, situate 4 km away from the central town in NainitalRead More
Kilbury situated at a distance of 13 km from Nainital is an enthralling and attractive picnic spotRead More
While you think about Nainital, the very first thing which comes to your mind is very famous Mall Road which is always overcrowded and filled with the tourist, local people, shops, the Lake and the eating placesRead More
The Flatts is located on the northern side of the Naini Lake and its actually very famous tourism spotRead More
Located at the altitude of around 2270 metres, as the name suggest, snow view offers a chance to see the snow laden ranges of HimalayasRead More
Ropeway is among the most famous and liked tourist attractions in NainitalRead More
A visit to Pindari glacier is very popular in kumaon and anybody can reach here especially those who love to go for trekRead More
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Kainchi Dham is a very small place located around 17 km away from NainitalRead More
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Milam is a major Himalayan glacier located in Munsiyari tehsil of the Pithoragarh district which lies in the hill station of UttarakhandRead More
Nainital Lake is one of the major tourist attractions in NainitalRead More
The Kunjkharak FRH is located on a ridge and surrounded by the hills of similar heightRead More
In the district of Nainital Kilbury is a small town that is placed at an altitude of 2528 mts above the sea level and from the main a trek of 13 kmRead More
If you visit Nainital, then your trip cannot be complete unless you take the fun of horse riding particularly in Mall are which is always crowded by the tourist and local peopleRead More
Hanuman Garhi which is a very well known Lord Hanuman’s Hindu Temple is positioned to south of the TallitalRead More
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