Known for being the home of the misty mountains and clear lakes, Nainital has all the elements to make your getaway a peaceful one. Nestled amidst the serene and scenic beauty of the Kumaon hills this place is primarily known for its almond shaped natural lake of Naini along with a number of other lakes. This place was established as a pleasant getaway by the British as a getaway option from the scorching summer heat of the plains. There are several tourist attractions and activities which can be a part of your travel
Here are a few things to do
Explore the Fascinating Eco Cave Garden
Situated in the Mallital region of Nainital this unique tourist attraction is managed by the KMVN. The aim of developing these natural
View Exotic Birds at Kilbury Bird Sanctuary
Spirituality at Naina Devi Temple
Sitting majestically on the edges of the glimmering Naini Lake this temple is known for being one of the most popular pilgrimage destinations for devout Hindus. As the name suggests this temple is dedicated to the eyes of Sati and is one of the most significant Shaktipeeths of India. Rebuilt again during 1883 by the locals after it was devastated during the landslide of 1880, this temple consists of idols of Lord Ganesh and Lord Hanuman along with a symbol of the goddess’s eyes depicting Naina Devi. This place remains thronged with pilgrims and
Stroll Through Mall Road
Mall road of Nainital has to be one of the most popular tourist attractions of Nainital. The entire stretch of road lines by the side of the lake of Naini and makes its way through the the city of Nainital. This stretch is dotted with a number of shops selling traditional items and souvenirs and restaurants serving delectable food items. Tourists flock this place not only to take in its incredible views but is also a wholesome shopper’s paradise. One can find everything of use this mall road from hotels and banks to travel agencies and other shops.
Take a Thrilling Ride on the Ropeway of Nainital
View the city from the bird’s view point by taking a breathtaking ride on the fun ropeway. This ropeway will connect you from the city of Nainital and take you across the magnificent city and will drop you at snow view point which is another fun tourist spot. This ropeway will let you have a fun experience from a height of 2,250
Witness the Glorious Sunset at Hanuman Garhi
As the name suggests this place is dedicated to Lord Hanuman and it also has a temple devoted to the lord close to the scenic point. This temple was built with the help of a local saint who built it in the year 1950 and it quickly gained popularity due to its tranquil location and the mesmerizing views of the stunning surroundings that it has to offer. The best part about this point is that it can be easily reached without the need to cover any strenuous walking treks and it also represents the combination of natural beauty and deep spirituality of the lord.
Go for a Shopping Spree at Tibetan / Bhotia Market
Popular for its locally made
Camp Under the Open Sky
Nainital is not only famous for its glistening lakes and hilly
Boating in Naini Lake
When it comes to Nainital the first place of visit you think about is the popular Naini Lake which is really easy to visit and is extremely popular among tourists. This lake is surrounded by towering green hills people can indulge in memorable boat rides across this lake and have some
Trek up to Cheena Peak
Also famous with the name of Naina peak, this place is known for being the highest point in Nainital. The entire hill is covered and filled with thick and lush green rhododendrons, deodars and cypresses. Once you make your way up the peak you will be rewarded with a magnificent view of the city below. The best part is that the hiking route up to the top of this peak is not at all testing or difficult in any way. This particular activity is extremely underrated and should definitely be done during your stay in Nainital.