Nainital is the most visited tourist destination. One can have tranquil vacations in Nainital where you can appreciate the magnificence of the hill station alongside adventure activities. Nainital tour packages will take you to the most popular places in Nainital and will make your trip important one. You will love to cherish your moments spend with your loved ones at this hill station.
Nainital is visited by countless, vacationers and honeymooners from distant locations abroad places. Amid summer season, this hill station is gathered by the visitors to beat the hotness of the plains. This hill station is well known for its lakes. Here you can see numerous lakes and hence it is popularly known as "lake district" of India.
Following are the top tourist destinations near Nainital:
ARIES: Aryabhatta Research Institute of Observational Sciences is located at the famous Manora Peak near the beautiful city of Nainital.
Gurney House: A provincial style construction modeling surrounded by dense forest, Gurney House is Jim Corbett’s Nainital home.
Kilbury: Kilbury is a famous outing spot located very close to the city of Nainital. Tourist can watch extensive variety of birds’ species in Kilbury.
Sattal: Sat Tal is a group of lakes located at a distance of about 22 kilometers from Nainital. It is approximately 1370 metres from the sea level. The lakes are named after various deities of the Ramayan era. Sattal is frequently contrasted and Westmoreland of England by Britishers.
Kainchi Dham: is a small place located around 17 km far from Nainital. This town is really located in the middle of the two hills that cut and cross one another to make a shape of Scissor and that is the manner by which its name begun as Kainchi Dham. Consistently the temples of this spot bring such a variety of devotees from everywhere throughout the country and the ashram is filled to the edge.
Bhimtal: It is situated at a distance of 24kms from Nainital at an elevation of 1,375mts above sea level. The principle attraction in Bhimtal is the Bhimtal Lake which has a small island at its center. Bheemtal is an aged spot named after the fabulous Bhima from the Indian Epic the Mahabharata. Bhim Tal is overall joined with Kathgodam and all Kumaon regions and Nepal. It is an unsolved mystery but this spot may have been the piece of the old silk course of China.
Khurpatal: Khurpa Tal is situated at a height of 1,635mts above sea level. It is popular with anglers and is surrounded by terraced fields, from which it presumably gets its name.
Naukuchiatal: The name actually suggests Nine-Cornered Lake. The lake is approximately 1 km long, 0.6 km in width and pretty nearly 40m top to bottom. It is the deepest of the lakes in the more noteworthy Naintal zone.
Almora: The district of Almora is a picturesque spot located in the Kumaon district of Uttarakhand. Almora is well known for its surrounding perspective of the Himalayas, rich social legacy, exquisite wildlife, one of a kind handicrafts and delicious cuisine. It is spread across a 5-km edge atop Kashaya Hill. It is known as the 'Switzerland of India' and the spot has also been made famous by Swami Vivekananda who pondered in the locale. It is situated 68kms from Nainital.
Kausani: It is a standout amongst the most popular hill stations of Kumaon roosted at a height of 1890mts above sea level. Sumitra Nandan Pant, an eminent Hindi artist was conceived in Kausani.
Haldwani: Haldwani is located centrally in the district of Nainital of the Kumaon locale of Uttarakhand state at a normal height of almost 450 meters above the sea level. Haldwani is popularly known as the Gateway to the Kumaon. The hills of the Kumaon locale start from this picturesque spot and the temperature decreases as you climb. Since starting Haldwani has been an imperative exchanging center point of Kumaon as it is overall joined with Haridwar, Lucknow, Delhi and numerous different places of the northern part of the country. Transportation facilities from Haldwani to significant destinations of Kumaon are generally kept up and you can easily get taxis and busses to Nainital, Almora, Pithoragarh, Bhim Tal, Champawat and numerous different places.
Jim Corbett National Park: It is situated in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand state and is also India's oldest national park being established in 1936. The recreation center was named after hunter and later on nature conservationalist and environmentalist Jim Corbett. The National park is located at a distance of almost 68 kilometers from the city of Nainital. The recreation center contains something close to five hundred different species of plants and wide mixture of natural life.
If one has time on his or her hands, a grand tour of the Kumaon can be arranged, which can include all the above mentioned places for you to see and enjoy.