Nainital

Nainital is a major tourist town in the northern state of Uttarakhand in India. Nainital is a city located in the Shivalik range of north central India in Uttarakhand. Nainital, the city of lakes, is a famous tourist destination of Uttarakhand. Nestled amidst snow-capped mountains, the place is surrounded by lakes. The most prominent of these is the lake Naini, after which the place is named Nainital. Hence it is also known as the ‘City of Lakes’. Wherever you see Nainital, it is very beautiful. It is called the ‘Lake District’ of India, because its entire area is surrounded by lakes. Its geographical feature is unique. The lowest temperature in Nainital is between 27.06 ° C to 8.06 ° C. The view of Nainital gives pleasure to the Naines.

Nainital Tourism

Nainital is famous for its locks. Many small and big lakes are located in the hilly parts of the district – Naini Lake, Bhimtal, Naukuchiya Tal, Garudatal, Ramtala, Satatal, Laxmanatal, Naldamayantital, Dryatal, Malavatal, Khurpatal, Sadiratal etc.

Naini Lake

Naini Lake is named after the goddess Naini. This is the most beautiful place for tourists. A cable car has to be used to reach Naini Lake, which is about two and a half kilometers from the main city. It is one of the most visited tourist destinations.

There are many places in Nainital where the tourists forget themselves. Now people do not come here in the summer, but keep coming throughout the year. Thousands of tourists reach here to see the view of snow fall in winter. There is no shortage of accommodation in Nainital, there are more than one hotel. There is no dearth of modern facilities in Nainital today. Therefore, tourists and tourists consider it more appropriate to come here. Nainital has two seasons from April to June and September to December. The capitalists, businessmen, industrialists, kings, emperors and tourists from all over the country come here. In this season, tennis, polo, hockey, football, golf, fishing and fishing are competed. These sports enthusiasts come from different cities of the country. People are also keen for picnics. Cultural programs of Nana Prakara are also held in this season. The weather from September to December is also very beautiful. At such times, the sky remains clear. Often in this season, the hotel rent is also reduced. Many nature lovers visit Nainital in this season. There are two months in January and February when snow falls in Nainital. Many newly married couples come to Nainital for their ‘Madhu Yamini’. It means that it is a season of living a life of peace and peace. After visiting Nainital, tourists do not forget to see the peak. Nowadays the ride of ropeway (rope way) has become a center of special attraction in the attraction of Nainital. In the morning, evening and day, the tourists also enjoy horse riding by riding the boat in the rhythm of Nainital. It is very bright in the autumn and summer. Recreational and challenging cultural events such as boating, swimming, horse riding and mountaineering are offered at the time of the Autumn Festival.

Garni House

The Garni House is the former residence of the British ruler, Jim Corbett]. Nainital is surrounded by hills from all sides, just as the Garni House is also surrounded by Ayarpatta hills. The Garni House has now become a museum and many of Jim Corbett’s memorabilia are present here.

How to go

Flight

Tourists flying by air can reach Chandigarh Airport by air. After this, you can take the convenience of bus or car. The second nearest airport is at Amritsar Airport.

Railway

Tourists can avail railway facilities to Chandigarh and Palampur to reach Naina Devi by rail route. After this, the temple can be reached by bus, car and other vehicles. Chandigarh is connected by road to all major cities of the country.

Roadway

Naina Devi 350 km from Delhi Located at a distance. Tourists can reach Naina Devi from Delhi via Karnal, Chandigarh, Ropar. The road is well equipped with all facilities. There are a lot of hotels on the way, where one can relax. Roads remain paved.

Best time to visit

Most of the tourist likes to visit Nainital hill station during March to June for the refreshment. And those who wants to enjoy the snowfall, can visit by November to February.