Places to visit Nainital

Top 8 Best Places to visit Nainital | Nainital Tourism 2019

Best Places to visit Nainital

Nainital Tourism

Places to visit Nainital | Nainital is a major tourist destination situated in the Uttarakhand state of India. Nainital is also known as the Lake City of India. It is said that at one time there were more than 60 lakes in Nainital district. The beauty around here is scattered. There are dozens of places for excursions, where tourists become enchanting. This place, surrounded by snow-clad mountains, is surrounded by lakes. Nainital is situated in the foothills of the Kumaon Hills of the Himalayas.

Places to visit Nainital
Nainital

Nainital is a city located in Shivalik mountain range in North Central India, Uttarakhand. It is located in the Himalayan Belt. It is blessed with beautiful lakes. Nainital has been referred to as the “lake of three saints” or “tri-sage-Sarovar” in the Manas section of Sri Skanda Purana. The three saints who were named Atri, Pulastya, and Pulah were staying in Nainital to eradicate their thirst, but they did not find any water, they dug a pit and filled the pit from the water brought from Mansarovar lake. Since then, this ‘Nainital’ salt came into existence in the famous lake.

In summer, the beauty and cold weather of Nainital attracts tourists like you. On the other hand, winter snowfall and winter sports nanites become a paradise for the fans. Nainital is known as the paradise of tourists due to its beautiful landscapes and tranquil surroundings. It is believed that British businessman, P. Baron, in 1839, impressed with the hypnotizing beauty of this place, making Nainital popular by establishing British Colony.




 

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Nainital Weather Information

Its geographical characteristic is unique. Nainital’s lowest temperature ranges from 27.06 ° C to 8.06 ° C. The summer season is considered ideal for the trip to this beautiful destination. However, Nainital can go to any season. In summer, the beauty and cold weather of Nainital attracts tourists like you. On the other hand, winter snowfall and winter sports Nainital become a paradise for the tourists.

 

How To Reach Nainital

Via Air Tourists from the airplane can go by airway to the Chandigarh airport. After this, you can take the convenience of the bus or car. The second nearest airport is at Amritsar airport.

Via Railway To get Naina Devi by Rail, tourists can avail Rail services from Chandigarh and Palampur. After this, the bus, car and other vehicles can be reached by the temple. Chandigarh is connected by road to all the major cities of the country.

Via Road Naina Devi 350 km from Delhi That is located at a distance. Naina Devi, a tourist from Delhi, can reach Karnal, Chandigarh, Ropar. The road is equipped with all facilities. There are plenty of hotels on the way, which can be rested on. The road condition is good.




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8 Best Places to visit Nainital

1. Naini Lake

Naini Lake - Nainital
Naini Lake

Naini Lake is the most prominent attraction of Nainital, which is surrounded by green valleys. Travelers can enjoy activities such as yachting (rowing), rowing, paddling (sailing). According to the legends, the eye-shaped lake was constructed at that place, where the left eye of the Hindu goddess Sati had fallen (when Lord Shiva was taking them to Kailash Mountain). This lake is quite long and its northern part is called ‘Malli Tal’, while the southern part is called ‘Talli Tal’. It is the only lake on which there is a bridge and a post office.

 

2. The Mall Road

Nainital Mall Road
Mall Road

Places to visit Nainital | The Mall is the name of a famous road from Nainital, and recently it has been changed to ‘Govind Ballabh Pant Marg’. In addition to shops and markets, many banks and travel agencies are available on Mall Road. This road connects Mallilytal to the Mahalli. Another tourist attraction is the ‘cold road’, which is located on the other side of Naini Lake.




3. Nainital Zoo

Nainital Zoo
Nainital Zoo

Places to visit Nainital | In Nainital, the work of establishing a zoo located in Lion’s Danda hill in the 4.693-hectare area of 2100 meters above sea level was established in 1984, when it was opened on June 1, 1995, to the audience for its observation. The zoo is a hot spot of Nainital tourism, which is located at an altitude of 2100 meters above sea level. It is located only one kilometer from the Nainital bus stop. This zoo is home to various animals, including monkeys, Siberian tigers, leopards, wolves, palm civic cats, Rose ring parakeets, silver pheasants, hill fox, Sambar, furry and barking deer, including Himalayan Black Bear. The zoo is closed on Monday and all national holidays.

 

4. Naini Peak

Naini Peak - Nainital
Naini Peak

Naini Peak (China Peak) 2611 meter high in the seven peaks of Nainital is the highest peak. The distance of China Peak is about 6 kilometers from Nainital. From this peak, the high peaks of the Himalayas are visible. There are also grand views of Nainital lake and the city. There is also a restaurant here.




5. Tiffin Top

Tiffin Top - Nainital
Tiffin Top

Tiffin Top is a beautiful picnic spot, which is also known as the ‘seat of Dorothy’. This place located on Ayarpatta Peak is located at an altitude of 7520 feet above sea level. Travelers can enjoy impressive views of the powerful Himalayan ranges with rural landscapes from here. This place was developed by the husband of Dorothy Chalet (an English artist) after his death in a plane crash. Located 4 km from Nainital Town, this Tiffin Top is the ideal place for nature photography.

 

6. St. John in the Wilderness Church

St. John in the Wilderness Church - Nainital
St. John in the Wilderness Church

St. John’s Church in Wilderness, is a quiet place located in the Mallital (northern part of Nainital). This church was established in the year 1844. According to the records, the Bishop of Kolkata, Daniel Wilson, came here to establish the foundation stone of this church, during his visit, he became sick and had to live in an incomplete house near the forest. Therefore, The church began to be known as St. John in the jungle. This church also serves as a monument of people who were victims of landslides in 1880, where the name of the people who had been killed in a bronze plaque is written.

 

7. Eco Cave Gardens

Eco Cave Nainital
Eco Cave Nainital

Places to visit Nainital | The Cave Gardens are also known as ‘Eco Cave Gardens‘. This is a popular tourist attraction of Nainital. This garden offers its visitors a glimpse of the eco-friendly lifestyle. There are six underground cages which are published by Petromax lamps and also a fountain running on the rhythm of a musical instrument which was first installed in Nainital. These caves are known as Tiger Cave, Panther Cave, Bat Cave, Squirrel Cave, Flying Fox, ave and Ap Cave. The way to connect these caves is quite narrow, sometimes travelers need crawling. All these caves are natural and are managed by the local administration.

 

8. Khurpatal

Khurpatal - Nainital
Khurpatal

Places to visit Nainital | There is also a Khurpatal near Nainital. The cottage, the fishing fitter (cottage) is a paradise for the people. It is located 10 km from Nainital. This beautiful little subgram (Khera) is situated at an elevation of 1635 meters above sea level. The natural beauty here fascinates anyone. Beautiful lake and surrounding houses and hotels extend this beauty many times. By the 19th century the Khurdpat was famous for its production of iron tools, but now it is famous for its green vegetables.



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