• India
  • Uttarakhand
  • Nainital
  • 11°C-25°C
  • 6836 FT
  • Hindi,Kumaoni
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Botanical Garden

The himalayan botanical garden was developed in 2005. This picturesque and splendid garden is exquisite in its natural beauty. The scene of the snow coated peaks provides a attractive view. This garden has become a significant tourist attraction of the region, particularly for the tourists oriented towards the nature. No doubt, the botanical garden may be a must visit on a trip to Nainital.
The botanical garden is also called the ‘Nature Study Centre’ because it provides a platform for education and learning to the scholars, scientists, researchers and botanists. The garden is blessed some rare medicative plants. The garden also contains a collection of the many vulnerable plant species, native of the range region, thus driving the eye of the conservationists from all over the country. It homes a fashionable collection of orchids, ferns, cactus, trees and aquatic flora of the Uttarakhand region. The major attractions of the garden include a butterfly park, associate orchidarium, library, fernery, herbarium, Thunia Alba orchid, geodesic dome, waterfalls, cactus garden, bamboo hut, etc.
A herbarium has been ready for the botanists here and therefore the species of the himalayan region area unit being developed. Bamboo enclosures have been created in order that the medicinal plants are often kept safe from the landslides, that could be a common phenomenon during this region. There square measure 3 demonstration areas in the garden wherever the silviculturists have planted trees from all over the Uttarakhand region. The botanical garden is controlled by the Forest Department of Uttarakhand. The Forest Department has developed a cactus garden and a bamboo hut at the botanic Gardens for the promotion of tourism in the region. These two facilities were inaugurated in 2011.
The cactus Garden is housed in a very clear dome that has been created in such the simplest way that it gathers most sunlight to shield the plants from the frost and also the harsh weather, especially during the winter season. there is a unique collection of rare and delightful cactus plants at the recently developed cactus garden. The cactus Garden is the 1st of its kind in the Uttarakhand region with over ninety species of cactus plants, which are gathered from totally different places, which offers associate exclusive experience to the people visiting the garden.
The new bamboo hut has been created for the visitors so that they'll stay and rest during a serene and peaceful surroundings far from the noise and busy life of the cities. The bamboo house not only provides a unique experience to the visitors, however has also helped to popularize the use of bamboo as an alternate construction material which is cheaper as well as eco-friendly. this can be also likely to market employment opportunities for the local inhabitants of the region

Entry Fee

The entry ticket costs twenty rupees only.


The garden is open to the visitors from 10 am to 5 pm.

Best Time to Visit

Nainital is a year-round destination, however the perfect time to visit is during the summer season which extends from March to June..

Heavy rains are expected in the rainy season from july to September and there will be landslides resulting in blockage of roads. October can also be a good time. but november marks the start of winter season and temperature could go right down to as low as zero degrees. Winter season extends till February.

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