Nainital is a popular hill station in Uttarakhand state of India and ideal for relaxation. From the tops of the higher peaks, great glaciers can be found from the huge shapes, surrounded by a range of magnificent ice formed as the central axis of the Himalayas. There is no better place to be in the rush of cities. The British Sugar Trader founded the city in 1841 and thank God Shaw that he did! The British elite once used this position as a retreat during the harsh summers of the Indian mainland. With changing climatic patterns, Nainital appears as an easily accessible and vacation destination.
Some of the best places you can find in Nainital Travel–
Eco Cave Gardens
Echo Cave Garden is a bunch of natural rocky caves that are transformed into a garden. The garden is maintained by Nainital Tourism. The garden is lit with old-school petroleum lamps to keep the place authentic. The beauty of the place enhances a fountain with audio and visual effects.
Naini lake (Nainital lake) is a beautiful natural sparkling lake. Located in the heart of Nainital, the lake is kidney-shaped and is one of the most famous lakes in the Kumaon region. The lake is most famous for its natural beauty which is a hotspot for family picnics. The rocky trees add to the raw beauty of the area.
Tiffin Top is also called Dorothy’s Seat because it was built by Army Officer Colonel J.P. Kellett in memory of his wife, named Dorothy Kellett. Located on a Hill, Tiffin Top is a very famous tourist attraction in Nainital, Tiffin Top is surrounded by oak and cedar trees. Located about 2500 feet high, Tiffin Top is a great trek that offers a stunning view of the city and the Himalayan mountains. The relaxed and peaceful atmosphere of the Tiffin top makes it irresistible to photographers. What’s special: Adventure activities like trekking, rappelling and rock climbing are organised here.
Snow view point
Located approximately 2270 meters above sea level, Snow View Point lets you enjoy a magnificent view of the mighty Himalayas adorned with white snow blankets. A huge pair of binoculars was mounted at the snow view point to take a closer look at the Himalayan mountains and its magical peaks.
Sitting at an elevation of 2100 meters, it is the only zoo at this height. The zoo is home to several endangered species and is a well-liked tourist destination. There are other species of birds and animals including Hill Patridge, Tibetan Wolf, Himalayan Civet, Samber, Royal Bengal Tiger and more.
Ranikhet is another well accepted remote holiday location nowadays. Ranikhet is about 60 km away from Nainital and can be reached by a hired car.
Ranikhet is one of popular hill stations in Uttarakhand and the cantonment town of British period in Almora district. It is known for ancient temples and natural attractiveness.
The Bear Dam is the perfect place for a picnic full of birds, wind and snow-capped valleys. It is an artificial lake, originally was made for British soldiers almost 200 years ago as a source of water. The Bhaludam attracts millions of visitors.
Kumaon Regimental Center Museum
Established by the Kumaon Regiment of the Indian Army, the museum has walks of war of historical importance that glorify the Garwal and Kumaon regiments. The collections contain a valuable place of documents and pictures associated with the battle of Cargill. Pictures of the war, of the armed forces are also included. In addition, used weapons, medals and uniforms, flags, stone tablets and other interesting items are displayed.
Ranikhet consists of many sunset points. The most prominent of these is Makhkhali, located near Kathvila Point, between the transit camp and the Ganiyadoli. If you want to take a peaceful vacation away from the coasts and nature of nature, these places are perfect for you. Places cannot be described in the beauty of the snow-capped Himalayan Mountains, soaked in various colours of the setting sun.
The first and only garden in the Queen’s area built exclusively for kids. The park is perfectly designed on a high hill and is based on a jungle theme.
Situated at an elevation of 1850 meters, the park offers views of Nand Devi, Trishul and Nilkantha in the surrounding Himalayan mountains. Known for its apple orchards, the garden is absolutely mesmerized by its beauty. The park is one of the best examples of step cultivation in the Himalayas.