Nainital is blessed with plush natural beauty and earliest temples and Nainital is a “hill station” that calm the sense. It is a perfect holiday destination for tourist in summer. It is often referred to as the lake district of India. Nainital is a well-liked hill station in the Indian state of ‘Uttarakhand’ and headquarters of Nainital district in the ‘Kumaon’ foothills of the outer Himalayas. Located at an height of 2,084 metres (6,837 ft) above sea level, “Nainital” is set in a gorge contains a pear-shaped lake, around two miles in boundary and enclosed by mountain, of which the top are Naina “2,615 m (8,579 ft)” on the north, Deopatha “2,438 m (7,999 ft)” on the west, and Ayarpatha (2,278 m (7,474 ft)) on the south.
The township feature in many fabulous story in Indian journalism. According to legends, when three sages – “Atri, Pulastya and Pulaha” – visited the city and found no water, they dug a deep hole where the present lake stand, brought water from “Mansarovar Lake” in Tibet. It is also thought that a dip in the lake here is equal to a dip in the holy lake of “Mansarovar”.
Best time to visit Nainital :
Nainital is a year-round objective, but the perfect time to visit is between the months of “March to June”. However, depends on what you want to do and here is a monthly breakup of Nainital’s climatic condition, so that you can plan accordingly:
Weather in “March to June”, The average temperature at this time varies between 10 degree Celsius and 25 degree Celsius. Sometimes, the afternoon can be quite hot. “July to September”, Come July and heavy rain showers are expected and sometimes the rain can continue all through the day. Rainfall stuck between July and September can lead to a few road blockages. “October to Febuary”, season has a attractive misty appeal with the coldest days considering the temperature dipping to zero degree Celsius. If you like snow, then plan a trip between December-end and January.
Resorts in Nainital :
- The Pavilion located at Mallital, Nainital
- Hotel New Bharat located at 750 m away from Naini lake
- Camp Corbett located at Ramnagr Corbett
Best Places in Nainital :
- Nainital Lake
- Goddess Naina Devi
- Mukhteshwar Temple
- High Altitude Zoo
- Eco Cave Garden
- Snow view pont
- Nainital Ropeway
- Corbett Naitional Park
Corbett National Park :
“Jim Corbett National Park” is a forested animals safe haven in northern India’s Uttarakhand State. Prosperous in ‘flora and fauna’ and it is known for its “Bengal tigers”. Animals, includes tigers, leopards and wild elephants, wander the Dhikala region.
Nainital Lake :
“Nainital Lake” is a natural freshwater body, located amidst the community of “Nainital in Uttarakhand” State of India, tectonic in beginning, is kidney shaped or semi-circular shape, has an outfall at the southeastern.
“Ghorakal” is the place located in the Nainital region of the ‘Uttarakhand’ state of India. It means pond for water to horses. It is the pleasing site at the altitude of more than ’2000 mts’. It is located near Bhowali, is the place for Army schools, known as “Sainik School Ghorakhal” and it recognized in 1966 at the Ghorakhal Estate of the Nawab of Rampur. The well-known Golu Devta temple is located on a hill above overlook the school.
Eco Cave Garden :
This is located at the higher area of “Nainital”. When you ask for travel around Nainital, then the cab will initially take you to this place. There is only Cave here ” 3-4 cave” of dissimilar figure whisch is not for all. I guess two caves are so tiny that only slim can go through it, also fit person.
How to reach Nainital :
By Air : “Nainital” doesn’t have any direct air connectivity. There is only two nearest airport located, first is in Pratapnagar which is loacated 65 km away from Nainital and the second nearest airport is in New Delhi which is approximately 290 km away from the Nainital.
By Train : The nearest railway station is situated at a distance of 34 km at Kathgodham, at the foothills of the “Kumaon hills”. “Kathgodam railway station” enjoy a good connectivity to significant places such as Delhi and lucknow, with daily trains running to New Delhi.
By Bus : Nainital enjoy a outstanding bus connectivity to significant destinations in “North India”. Some visit operator operate on a daily basis bus service from “New Delhi to Nainital”, which includes some options like “AC, non-AC, sleeper and Volvo buses”.