Nainital"Take A Trip to The Tribal Beauty"

  • Sightseeing

     

    The Mall Road - Nainital is known as the Lake District of India and is 1938 m above sea level. This beautiful Himalayan town is always bustling with energy from the numerous tourists it receives locally and from abroad. It enjoys a luxurious temperate climate, which is one of its biggest attractions in itself. Mall Road is the main road that connects the two ends of the town and over the years has become the centre of activity for tourists as well as locals as it is dotted with cute cafes, restaurants, shopping centres, and plenty of tour companies. Running along the length of the lake, it is the perfect place to stroll about and take in the sights and sounds of this quaint town. There is no parking allowed here and traffic is completely shut off for a few months in the year, allowing for tourists to enjoy every minute of their time here.

     

    Corbett National Park - Jim Corbett was born in Nainital and was known as a hunter of man-eating tigers, but in his lifetime, he became an avid photographer and conservationist of the very animals he used to shoot. The Jim Corbett National Park has been named in his honour and is considered one of the safest places for the Bengal Tiger. Corbett National Park is part of the much larger Corbett Tiger Reserve and spans over an impressive area of over 500 square kilometres covered in hills, grasslands, and marshlands. The park is known to be one of the most well-managed national parks in India, being divided into five different zones. It is home to over 650 species of birds that will leave you with a crick in your neck if you love photography. The endemic fish-eating crocodile or Gharial is a rare and exciting sight in this area.

     

    Naini Lake - Surrounded by seven panoramic hills and situated at an altitude of over 2000 metres, Naini Lake is a favourite destination for many travellers from around the globe. This natural, charming freshwater beauty has been an inspiration for several writers and its extensive exquisiteness has been explained in their poems and writings. During your visit to the lake, the mesmerising emerald view will reveal to you the inspiration that it provides the poets. Visitors fall prey to the beauty of the surrounding Nainital town, named after the Naini Lake, where you can find wonderful homestays and small eateries to taste the authentic cuisine of the area. The best way to enjoy the scintillating expanse of this water body is by boat. Pick a pedal boat or a rowboat, or if you are in the mood for a typical Nainital experience, you could board the decorated Gondola boats and glide across the waters. Or you can choose to walk around the lake, breathing in the beauty as well.

     

    Hanuman Garhi - Hanuman Garhi in Nainital is located at an altitude of 6,401 feet. Dedicated to Lord Hanuman, the vanara god of the Ramayana, this temple complex can be reached after a climb of 70 steps. Here, he is portrayed tearing his chest open to reveal Ram and Sita in his heart. It is more popularly known because it was built by a local saint called Neem Karoli Baba in the year 1950. He also regularly visits the temple to take Lord Hanuman’s blessings. If you are a Hanuman devotee or just want to visit the beautiful town of Nainital, this temple must be on your to-visit list. Apart from religious reasons to visit this temple, the location of this temple has another mind blowing reason for it to be on everyone’s travel diaries. The height at which it is located in Uttarakhand makes it one of the only places from where both the sunrise and the sunset are attractively visible.

     

    High Altitude Zoo - High Altitude Zoo, also known as Pt. G.B. Pant High Altitude Zoo, is located at an altitude of about 6,900 feet in Nainital, Uttarakhand. It is situated on the Sher Ka Danda Hill. This zoo was founded in the year 1984 but was open to public only in 1995 and has now become one of the popular tourist hotspots in this area. It is spread over an area of over 11,000 acres and is one of the few of its kind besides those situated in Darjeeling and Sikkim. This zoo in Nainital is also popular as it was home to the only Siberian Tiger in India which was brought to India in 2001. It died in November 2011.From royal Bengal tigers and Tibetan wolves to leopard cats and Himalayan bears, the zoo is home to several endangered species. A large species of birds including kalij pheasant, Lady Amherst pheasant, rose-ringed parakeet, golden pheasant, and red jungle fowl among many others are given shelter at this zoo. It also has night shelters and bird enclosures with curtains during the winter months.

     

    Khurpatal - The outer Himalayan region is known for some of the most surreal and enchanting landscapes in India where humans and nature peacefully co-exist. Nainital is one such hill town which enjoys nature’s abundant bounty. Located at a distance of 10 km from this beautiful town is a small yet immensely popular hamlet of Khurpatal. Perched at an elevation of 1635 m above sea level, this charming hamlet is known for its pleasant climate, green vegetation, and an enchanting trowel-shaped lake which reflects the colour of an emerald, making it a photographer’s paradise. The Khurpatal Lake is one of the several inland lakes in and around Nainital and is home a good population of fish, which makes it a dream spot for angling the traditional way of fishing. Khurpatal is an ideal spot for peace lovers and nature admirers looking to get away from the hustle-bustle of the cumbersome metro life and enjoy tranquil and untouched nature. With undulating hills and huge trees surrounding the hamlet, Khurpatal is safeguarded like a hidden treasure.

     

    Mukteshwar Temple - There is no dearth of temples dedicated to Lord Shiva and each one is significant to the devotees in its own way. Mukteshwar temple, a 350-year-old temple dedicated to Shiva, is one such temple located at the highest point of the hill station town Mukteshwar. The temple is situated at an altitude of 2900 m at a distance of 51 km from Nainital. Mukteshwar, derived from the word Mukti – meaning salvation – attracts devotees to observe the 350-year-old elaborate and elegant craftsmanship and pleasant culture. Legend has it that Lord Shiva killed a demon here and granted him salvation at this spot. The temple offers a splendid panoramic view of the snow-capped Himalayas which include important peaks like Nandakot, Trishul, Nandaghunti and the mighty Nanda Devi, India’s second highest peak. Mukteshwar is also famous for its overhanging cliffs known as chauli-ki-jali where the brave-hearted can indulge themselves in rock climbing and rappelling.

     

    Saria Tal - Located at about 5 km from the picturesque city of Nainital, a popular hill station in the Indian State of Uttarakhand, is the small Sarai Tal Lake which is also an equally beautiful and sought-after location. The Sarai Tal Lake is an excellent place to enjoy your escapade and solitude thanks to the magnificence of the surroundings. In addition to its natural appeal, the region has been developed to allow for paddle boating en route to Nainital from the Kaladhungi side. Scattered with a number of rest stops and guest houses, tourists might find this a good location to stop at and spend a few days. Another unique characteristic of this location is the truly amazing photographic opportunities. The availability of comfortable and affordable boating in the lake allows you to capture pictures of landscapes and views that one might not otherwise encounter.

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  • Hotels of Nainital

    WelcomHeritage Palace Belvedere, Nainital

    Awagarh Estate, Mallital

    WelcomHeritage Palace Belvedere offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This prope

    4,500.00 Avg/night

    Maharaja Hotel, Nainital

    Zoo Rd, Tallital, Nainital

    Hotel Maharaja Nainital located in the heart of the town.The hotel maharaja is an haven of tranquility in the bustling town of Nainital where there is much to experience, in close Naini Peak, Snow View, Land termination,

    2,690.00 Avg/night

    Ashok Hotel, Nainital

    Cant Road, Talli Tal, Nainital

    Ashok Hotel Nainital is a budget hotel which is well located at Tallital in Nainital, Uttarakhand. The hotel is around 56 kms from Pantnagar airport, 25 kms from Kathgodam railway station and 1 kms from the Tallital bus

    1,500.00 Avg/night

    Manu Maharani, Nainital

    Grassmere Estate, Mallital, Nainital

    Hotel Manu Maharani is situated near high court at nainital, Manu Maharani Hotel is known as one of the most luxurious hotel in nainital. Manu Maharani is a premium hotel in Nainital, Uttarakhand and is recommended for l

    11,900.00 Avg/night

    AlkaThe Lake Side Hotel, Nainital

    The Mall, Nainital

    Alka The Lake Side Hotel is a 3 star cetegory hotel which is situated at mall road nainital,in front of naini lake.This hotel offers an admirable view of the lake and valley and is well assumed for its superior hospitali

    2,200.00 Avg/night

    Pratap Regency Hotel, Nainital

    Mall Road, Tallital

    Pratap Regency Hotel is situated on the Mall Road, close to Naini Lake and Naina Peak.Hotel Pratap Regency commands the beautiful view of the Naini Lake and surrounding hills.Hotel situated on the mall road on-lake-loca

    2,519.00 Avg/night

    Naini Retreat, Nainital

    Ayarpatta Slopes

    Naini Retreat Nainital is one of the best hotels in Nainital , Hotel Naini Retreat provides 4 star facilities to guests , Naini Retreat is located just 1 kms away from Mall Road Nainital. The Naini Retreat is one of the

    7,500.00 Avg/night

    Himalaya Hotel, Nainital

    Near Bus Stand,Mallital, Nainital

    Himalaya Hotel is a budget hotel situated at Tallital destruction of Naini Lake, in Uttrakhand , India.Hotel Himalaya is a budget hotel with three star facilities , Hotel Himalaya was establish in year 1918 , Hotel Himal

    2,266.00 Avg/night

    KMVN Tourist Rest House Tallital, Nainital

    Tallital

    KMVN Tourist Rest House Tallital Sarovar is located in Tallital region of Nainital town in front of the emerald Naini Lake. The rest house is a few minutes walk from Tallital Bus stop. KMVN Tourist Rest House Tallital

    3,000.00 Avg/night

    Classic The Mall Hotel, Nainital

    Mall Road Nainital

    Classic The Mall Hotel offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This property is cr

    10,115.00 Avg/night

    New Bharat Hotel, Nainital

    Zoo Road, The Mall, Tallital, Nainital

    New Bharat Hotel is a premier, budget hotel at the upper mall area in Nainital. Hotel Is Within 500 m from Naini Lake and Mall Road.Hotel new Bharat the ideal budget Hotel for Smart people for whom every weekend is a get

    1,781.00 Avg/night

    Parwati Homes, Nainital

    Zoo Road, Behind New Bharat Hotel

    Parwati Homes Ranikhet, India is one of the premier Hotels in Ranikhet. Centrally established at the main Mall among the location, Parvati Inn is 60 kms away from Nainital. The closest airport at Pant Nagar is 112 kms f

    4,000.00 Avg/night

    Elphinstone Hotel, Nainital

    Zoo Road, The Mall, Tallital, Nainital

    Elphinstone Hotel is one of the ideal situated hotels in Nainital, Hotel Elphinstone is situated at Mall road Nainital, It is possible to have beautiful look at of Naini Lake from Hotel Elphinstone. Hotel Elphinstone is

    3,000.00 Avg/night

    Grand Hotel, Nainital

    The Mall, Nainital

    The Grand Hotel Located quite near to the Tallital Bus Stand is the Grand Hotel Nainital which is one among the supreme destinations for the travelers on their tour to Nainital. Situated in the colonial ambience of The M

    4,200.00 Avg/night

    Krishna Hotel, Nainital

    Mall Rd

    Krishna Hotel Nainital is located on the Mall Road in Nainital, overlooking the Naini lake. It is approximately 400m from main bus station, 35 km from the nearest railway station Kathgodam, and 70 km from Pantnagar, nea

    2,200.00 Avg/night

    Ambassador Hotel, Nainital

    The Mall Nainital

    Ambessador Hotel is a premier, budget hotel at the upper mall area in Nainital. Hotel Is Within 500 m from Naini Lake and Mall Road.Ambassador hotel is ideal budget Hotel for Smart people for whom every weekend is a ge

    1,500.00 Avg/night

    Lake View Hotel, Nainital

    The Mall, Nainital

    Lake View Hotel offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This property is created f

    1,000.00 Avg/night

    KMVN Tourist Rest House Mountview, Nainital

    Ayarpatta, Nainital,

    KMVN Tourist Rest House Mountview offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions.It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. This pro

    1,020.00 Avg/night

    Vikrant Hotel, Nainital

    Zoo Road, Upper Mall, Tallital

    Vikrant Hotel Nainital Located close to the Mall Road, Zoo and Snow View, Hotel Vikrant is a budget property that promises to give a pleasant stay to guests. Hotel Vikrant, located just 1.4 km from Sukhtal Bus Stop and 3

    1,474.00 Avg/night

    Hotel Parshant, Nainital

    Sufolk fall Zoo Road Tallital

    Hotel Prashant is a budget cetefory hote which provides its guest a homly stay and clean accomodation in an affordable price in nainital. Hotel Prashant offers you a holistic living experience in the heart of the ultimat

    1,700.00 Avg/night

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  • Weather

     

    The Mall Road - Nainital is known as the Lake District of India and is 1938 m above sea level. This beautiful Himalayan town is always bustling with energy from the numerous tourists it receives locally and from abroad. It enjoys a luxurious temperate climate, which is one of its biggest attractions in itself. Mall Road is the main road that connects the two ends of the town and over the years has become the centre of activity for tourists as well as locals as it is dotted with cute cafes, restaurants, shopping centres, and plenty of tour companies. Running along the length of the lake, it is the perfect place to stroll about and take in the sights and sounds of this quaint town. There is no parking allowed here and traffic is completely shut off for a few months in the year, allowing for tourists to enjoy every minute of their time here.

     

    Corbett National Park - Jim Corbett was born in Nainital and was known as a hunter of man-eating tigers, but in his lifetime, he became an avid photographer and conservationist of the very animals he used to shoot. The Jim Corbett National Park has been named in his honour and is considered one of the safest places for the Bengal Tiger. Corbett National Park is part of the much larger Corbett Tiger Reserve and spans over an impressive area of over 500 square kilometres covered in hills, grasslands, and marshlands. The park is known to be one of the most well-managed national parks in India, being divided into five different zones. It is home to over 650 species of birds that will leave you with a crick in your neck if you love photography. The endemic fish-eating crocodile or Gharial is a rare and exciting sight in this area.

     

    Naini Lake - Surrounded by seven panoramic hills and situated at an altitude of over 2000 metres, Naini Lake is a favourite destination for many travellers from around the globe. This natural, charming freshwater beauty has been an inspiration for several writers and its extensive exquisiteness has been explained in their poems and writings. During your visit to the lake, the mesmerising emerald view will reveal to you the inspiration that it provides the poets. Visitors fall prey to the beauty of the surrounding Nainital town, named after the Naini Lake, where you can find wonderful homestays and small eateries to taste the authentic cuisine of the area. The best way to enjoy the scintillating expanse of this water body is by boat. Pick a pedal boat or a rowboat, or if you are in the mood for a typical Nainital experience, you could board the decorated Gondola boats and glide across the waters. Or you can choose to walk around the lake, breathing in the beauty as well.

     

    Hanuman Garhi - Hanuman Garhi in Nainital is located at an altitude of 6,401 feet. Dedicated to Lord Hanuman, the vanara god of the Ramayana, this temple complex can be reached after a climb of 70 steps. Here, he is portrayed tearing his chest open to reveal Ram and Sita in his heart. It is more popularly known because it was built by a local saint called Neem Karoli Baba in the year 1950. He also regularly visits the temple to take Lord Hanuman’s blessings. If you are a Hanuman devotee or just want to visit the beautiful town of Nainital, this temple must be on your to-visit list. Apart from religious reasons to visit this temple, the location of this temple has another mind blowing reason for it to be on everyone’s travel diaries. The height at which it is located in Uttarakhand makes it one of the only places from where both the sunrise and the sunset are attractively visible.

     

    High Altitude Zoo - High Altitude Zoo, also known as Pt. G.B. Pant High Altitude Zoo, is located at an altitude of about 6,900 feet in Nainital, Uttarakhand. It is situated on the Sher Ka Danda Hill. This zoo was founded in the year 1984 but was open to public only in 1995 and has now become one of the popular tourist hotspots in this area. It is spread over an area of over 11,000 acres and is one of the few of its kind besides those situated in Darjeeling and Sikkim. This zoo in Nainital is also popular as it was home to the only Siberian Tiger in India which was brought to India in 2001. It died in November 2011.From royal Bengal tigers and Tibetan wolves to leopard cats and Himalayan bears, the zoo is home to several endangered species. A large species of birds including kalij pheasant, Lady Amherst pheasant, rose-ringed parakeet, golden pheasant, and red jungle fowl among many others are given shelter at this zoo. It also has night shelters and bird enclosures with curtains during the winter months.

     

    Khurpatal - The outer Himalayan region is known for some of the most surreal and enchanting landscapes in India where humans and nature peacefully co-exist. Nainital is one such hill town which enjoys nature’s abundant bounty. Located at a distance of 10 km from this beautiful town is a small yet immensely popular hamlet of Khurpatal. Perched at an elevation of 1635 m above sea level, this charming hamlet is known for its pleasant climate, green vegetation, and an enchanting trowel-shaped lake which reflects the colour of an emerald, making it a photographer’s paradise. The Khurpatal Lake is one of the several inland lakes in and around Nainital and is home a good population of fish, which makes it a dream spot for angling the traditional way of fishing. Khurpatal is an ideal spot for peace lovers and nature admirers looking to get away from the hustle-bustle of the cumbersome metro life and enjoy tranquil and untouched nature. With undulating hills and huge trees surrounding the hamlet, Khurpatal is safeguarded like a hidden treasure.

     

    Mukteshwar Temple - There is no dearth of temples dedicated to Lord Shiva and each one is significant to the devotees in its own way. Mukteshwar temple, a 350-year-old temple dedicated to Shiva, is one such temple located at the highest point of the hill station town Mukteshwar. The temple is situated at an altitude of 2900 m at a distance of 51 km from Nainital. Mukteshwar, derived from the word Mukti – meaning salvation – attracts devotees to observe the 350-year-old elaborate and elegant craftsmanship and pleasant culture. Legend has it that Lord Shiva killed a demon here and granted him salvation at this spot. The temple offers a splendid panoramic view of the snow-capped Himalayas which include important peaks like Nandakot, Trishul, Nandaghunti and the mighty Nanda Devi, India’s second highest peak. Mukteshwar is also famous for its overhanging cliffs known as chauli-ki-jali where the brave-hearted can indulge themselves in rock climbing and rappelling.

     

    Saria Tal - Located at about 5 km from the picturesque city of Nainital, a popular hill station in the Indian State of Uttarakhand, is the small Sarai Tal Lake which is also an equally beautiful and sought-after location. The Sarai Tal Lake is an excellent place to enjoy your escapade and solitude thanks to the magnificence of the surroundings. In addition to its natural appeal, the region has been developed to allow for paddle boating en route to Nainital from the Kaladhungi side. Scattered with a number of rest stops and guest houses, tourists might find this a good location to stop at and spend a few days. Another unique characteristic of this location is the truly amazing photographic opportunities. The availability of comfortable and affordable boating in the lake allows you to capture pictures of landscapes and views that one might not otherwise encounter.

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