Beauty of Nainital and It’s best tourist places

Nainital belongs to the state of Uttarakhand in India. It is situated at a height of 1938 meters above sea level and in a semi-round shaped valley. In north, you will see rows of snow-capped Himalayan central mountains like Nanda debi, Trishul etc. and to the south lies the vast green plain area.  The city is famous for its various natural attractions. And it is one of the most popular hill stations in India because of its favourable weather throughout the year. Nainital is also known as “India’s Lake District”.

Nainital maintains pleasant weather all year except the winter. In the winter it gets into bone chilling level. The time, January to March is the time for snowfall. The best time to visit the place is from April to June and in September and October. In summer temperature stays 15°C to 30°C in avg. and in winter temperature stays 0°C to 14°C.

If you are on a Nainital trip,  you have know about these places, or you can visit a better travel agent 

Naini Lake

The lake is in the form of a kidney and is one of the most famous lakes in the Kumaon region. Nainital Lake, is a beautiful natural fresh lake in the middle of Nainital. The enchanting lake is most famous for its natural beauty which is a very popular for family picnics. You can also seek blessings of the goddess Naina Devi at Naina Devi temple near Naini Lake. Things that must be done while visiting the lake are boating, evening walks, etc.

It is 2,615 meters above sea level and is a popular trekking spot in Nainital.

Naina Peak

Naina Peak is the highest peak of Nainital at a height of 2615 meters. Snow cover the peak with itself all the year. Due to the height and scenic beauties, the mountain is very popular among hikers and trekkers. It is also known as China Peak and it is famous among tourists and locals for sunrise and sunset.

Eco cave Garden

Eco Cave Garden is an essential element of Nainital tourism. This garden is famous for its rocky caves, hanging gardens and live music fountains. It is a great example of the concerted efforts of nature and man. Also, as it depicts the wildlife habitat of the Kumaon region. The most popular caves are Tiger Cave, Apes Cave, Panther Cave Bat Cave and Flying Fox Cave. You have to take a few hours for the Eco Cave Garden to plunge into the beauty of wildlife.

There is a one-time entrance fee to visit all the caves. Rs. 60 for adults and Rs. 25 for kids. Camera charges Rs. 25 and all day of the week is opened to tourists from 9am to 7pm.

Kilbury Bird Sanctuary

Kilbury Bird Sanctuary is one of the most famous places for tourists to visit in Nainital and located at an altitude of 2000 meters above sea level. Besides being home to a wide variety of birds, this is the perfect place to spend a day. Undoubtedly the best activity of the Kilbury bird sanctuary. You can see both local and migratory birds here. There are about 580 species of birds come in this place.

If you plan to visit with your family, try to visit between April and June. Avoiding rain is probably the best idea.

G.B. Pant High Altitude Zoo

Located 2100 meters above sea level, G.B. Pants High Altitude Zoo was established in 1984 and was opened to the general public in the 1995. It is a favourite sightseeing destination for tourists, students and children. Nainital marks it an important place on the tourism map. It has good name as an education, research and tourism spot. The zoo has a number of exotic and rare species of animals and birds that are native to the region.

Tiffin Top

A popular picnic spot in Nainital, Tiffin Top, has another name, Dorothy’s Seat. It is a picnic spot in a quiet and pleasant nature, and a delight to the photographers. Tiffin Top is about 4 km away from Nainital. The scenery is even better when the sleeping hills of Nainital at night are illuminated. The location is also adorned with oak trees, spruce and deodar trees. Adventure activities like rappelling and rock climbing are also conducted at Tiffin Peak.

Though it stay opened 24×7, it is better to visit between 8 am to 6 pm.

Snow View Point

If you want to see the tops of snow covered mountains coming from the cloud, then Snow View Point is your destination.  Nainital’s Snow View Point stands at a height of 2270 meters above sea level and is one of the most attractive tourist destinations in this region. Snow View Point presents panoramic views of the mighty Himalayas adorned with milk-white ice. At the top of Snow View Point, a large set of binoculars have been installed, allowing tourists a closer look at the snow-covered peaks.

Snow View Point is open all day of the week from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, excluding Saturdays.

Land’s End

The name is enough to express the main attraction of this location. For those looking for a truly adventurous experience, this location is for them. The terrain is literally the place where the ground ends, across the wide ends of the plain. This location is situated 4 km away from the town.

So these were the main and primary tourist places in Nainital. Beside of these things Nainital has many things to visit like, Jolikot, Himalayan view point, Pangot, Tibetan market, Sri Aurobinda Ashram and many more.

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