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35 amazing Nainital attractions

Best tourist sightseeing places

Enjoy "Nainital Attractions" with jumbling around illustrious Naini Lake, strolling on the mall road, thandi sarak and several view points-Naini Peak, China Peak etc.A venerate hill station there are sought after best tourist places to see in Nainital but the most happening Nainital attractions are- Naini Lake,Chinapeak, Naini Devi Temple, Mall Road, Rajbhawan or Governor house,Tiffin Top.Best things to do in Nainital include- Boating in Naini Lake, Strolling in the Mall road, Horse riding in the Landsend area, Treking to Tifin Top and enjoy the sports,cultural activities in the Flats- the big ground in the heart of Mall road.One of the much awaited Nainital attractions is snowfall that occurs during the months of December, January & February adding to the natural beauty Nainital hill station.While the winters can be chilling in the plain areas due to foggy weather Nainital witness a bright sunshine and clear skies terming it a ideal choice for winter holidays too.

Nainital is set and spread across hills covered with trees around the lake.There is a lively market and narrow walking paths and road that originates from Mall Road.Maximum Nainital hotels resorts, restaurants are hooked along the Mall Road between Mallital and Tallital.Check with Uttarakhand based travel agency&local resident experts since 20 years,the 35 amazing Nainital Attractions below

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Naini Lake #1

Amidst seven mountains touching the sky, the heart of the place is a ravishing lake showering its beauty with pristine and stagnant water. Naini Lake is divided into two parts Mallital and Tallital. The north end of the Lake is called Mallital and the southern end of the Lake is known as Tallital. Both ends of the Naini Lake have shopping centers' with luxury and varied shops. Boatmen will row you around the lake for INR 250 in the brightly painted gondola-like boats.Pedal boats can also be hired for INR 180 per hour.

Nainital Zoo #2

Govind Ballabh Pant high altitude zoo is situated around 2km from the bus station. The zoo is set at an elevation of 2100mts above sea level providing high altitude animals a sufficient and habitat like environment. The Zoo consists of animals like Leopard , Hill Fox, Siberian Tiger (snow tiger), Palm civet cat, Wolf, Silver Pheasants, Barking Deer, Sambhar, Monkeys, Rose ringed Prakeet, Himalayan black bear, Ghoral, White Peacock. The zoo is closed on Mondays.

Naina Devi Temple #3

The deity of the temple is Maa Naina Devi represented by two eyes. The temple was destroyed by the drastic landslide of 1880, and was later rebuilt because the temple was of great importance amongst locals. Naina Devi Temple is located on the northern shore of Naini Lake.An ancient temple is believed to have been built in the 15th century A.D. which was reconstructed in 1883. The gate to the temple is marked by a gigantic Peepal tree to the left. On the right, there are idols of Lord Hanumana and Lord Ganesha. Inside the temple there are three deities Mata Kali Devi, Maa Naina Devi and Lord Ganesha.

Snow View #4

This popular vantage point, situated at 2,270 meters above sea level, offers an excellent view of the northern Himalayan ranges. The point is accessible by a chair lift (ropeway) or you can hire horses and mountain ponies to reach there. From the top, with the help of powerful binoculars, you can have a close up view of Nanda Devi, one of the highest peaks in the country.Snowview has a temple. Tea, Snacks, Photographers are available at this spot.You Can Visit Snow view on Trek , Or By Cable Car (Rope Way)

Naina Peak #5

Five kilometers from the lake lays the Naina Peak. At 2,611 meters, it is the highest peak bordering the lake. A popular picnic spot, the peak offers a panoramic view of the resort and a stunning view of the Himalayas including Nanda Devi and the mountains on the Tibetan border.Naina Peak is a quiet place from where the Nanda Devi peak and the mountains on the Tibet border can be viewed.It is a bliss for people who love walking.Do Not forget to take your own picnic basket because there is no place for eating here.You Can Visit this Place via Trek Or Horse Riding

Dorothy Seat or Tiffin Top #6

Four kilometers to the west of the lake lays Dorothy seat, also known as Tiffin Top. Here a seat was built by an Englishman named Kellet in the memory of his wife, who was killed in an air crash. The spot offers a partial view of Nainital.Tiffin Top commands an excellent view of the Himalayas as well as the neighboring country side.A trip to Tiffin Top brings breath of fresh air and enjoyment of the scenic beauty.This hill top is a perfect spot for aspiring photographers as they can capture the picturesque view of the countryside.You Can Visit Tiffin-Top via Walking or Horse-Riding

Lands End #7

Located on the southern border of the lake, and standing 2,881 meters' high, this hill offers a view of another lake, Khurpa Tal.About 4 kms from Nainital,it provides a magnificent view of the plains and the beautiful lake surrounded by beautiful village and pine forests is exquisite from this point.Lands end is an easily reachable spot and does not need a long or steep climb.True to its name, the Lands end is a spot that marks the dead end

Hanuman Garhi #8

Three kilometers south of Tallital lays Hanuman Garhi, where there is a small temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman. The place is also a good spot for viewing the setting sun.Hanuman Garhi temple is also famous for its strategic location. It is situated at such a height and at such a site, from where the sunrises and sunsets are artistically visible. People who visit Nainital do not miss the opportunity of watching the mesmerizing view of sunset that one can get from this place.The area also houses Shitala Devi temple and Ashram of Lila Sah Bapu.

ARIES-State observatory #9

Located around one kilometer from Hanuman Garhi on the top of a ridge is the State Observatory. The observatory is usually open to the public in the evenings but one should confirm the timings from the tourist office before visiting here.With prior permission, visitors can get access to the observatory and also experience the pleasure of viewing celestial objects through the telescope on clear nights.You Can Visit Aryabhatta Research Institute of Observational Sciences (ARIES ) Walking Or By Taxi.

The Mall Road #10

The Mall is Nainital popular promenade and the centre of frenetic activity especially in the late afternoons.Parking is strictly prohibited on the Mall Road except some designated parking places with in Nainital.Traffic is strictly prohibited on Mall Road between 6-9 p.m during season.With the cool breeze blowing across the lake through the road an evening stroll on the Mall, has its own charm.Mall road has a number of Hotels, Travel Agencies, Banks, Showrooms, Department Stores, Shops, Restaurants and Cafes.

Eco Cave Gardens #11

Eco Cave Garden is located one kilometer above Mallital near Kumaon University Campus. This spot is a latest tourism spot of Nainital. Cave Garden offers caves of different kinds of animals which you can explore by going in it. .The Eco cave garden and musical fountain is about ONE kilometre away from the Mall Road and comprises of SIX small caves with the forms of tiger, panther, porcupine and so on.It is great place for children with lots of activities and fun on offer. The Tiger Cave is the easiest to get in and out

Governor House #12

Governor House was built in 1899 and designed in the Victorian Gothic domestic style by the architectGovernor House was built in 1899 and designed in the Victorian Gothic domestic style by the architect F.W. Stevens as the summer residence of the governor of North West Province. Presently, Raj Bhawan is the official guest house for the governor of Uttarakhand and for state guests stay. It consists of a two-storied mansion with 113 rooms, a large garden, a swimming pool, and golf court as well.

Suicide Point #13

The Suicide Point is located near the equally popular Lover's Point. Both these places are popular for the amazing and spectacular scenic view they provide to the tourists.Both these places are popular for the amazing and spectacular scenic view they provide to the tourists. Many people have jumped off from this point and committed suicide and that is how this point got such a controversial name.

Himalayan Darshan #14

Himalayan Darshan is located 5 kms away from Nainital on the way to Kilbury, nestled at a height of 2312 meters.View Point is the beautiful tourist spot, from here one can have a glimpse of mighty Himalayan ranges,Lush Green Valley view of the Hills and lower forested ridges.This place provides a break from crowds of the Nainital.It is a very good place to pass some time in solitude enjoying the beauty of nature.You can Visit this Place By Taxi,Walk or Horse Riding

Pashan devi Temple #15

This stoned carved temple is located in opposite side of mall road, its the most worshipped temple for the locals and situated in thandi sadak.This temple of Navdurga is one of the prime religious places of Nainital. Temple is situated at a huge rock which depicts all the nine forms of Devi Durga. When a devotee offers water to the Maa Durga, it flows into the lake itself after touching the feet of Godess Durga. There is an akhand jyoti lit here which is lighting since the temple is built and a special paath (literature) is chanted during the navratra days.

Thandi Sadak #16

Thandi Sadak is also a pleasant place for a morning jog and many people of all age groups can be seen leisurely strolling. Thandi Sadak can also be a nice place to spend some time away from the hustle and bustle, by being right in the middle of the city.Thandi Sadak is also a pleasant place for a morning jog and many people of all age groups can be seen leisurely strolling. Thandi Sadak can also be a nice place to spend some time away from the hustle and bustle, by being right in the middle of the city.This 1 Km road road is meant ONLY for pedestrians.

Horse Riding #17

Horse Riding- Any visitor coming to Nainital cannot miss the joy of riding a horse. Horse riding is another important attraction for tourists in Nainital.Horses can be hired at Bara Pathar.If you want to explore the nature beauty of hill station horse riding plays a vital role and work as a cherry in the cake. Apart from that, you can also hire a horse or pony for going to some heart robbing places like Snow View Point, Tiffin Top, and Kilbury, from the Mallital area.

Waterfall #18

Waterfall:-About 5 kms away from Nainital on the way to Kaladungi just below Sariyatal, (2100 MT).Waterfall is the beautiful tourist spot,waterfall looks refreshing as it splashes milky water through the rocks into a pool of water maing it is a must visit.Waterfall is the beautiful tourist spot,looks refreshing as it splashes milky water through the rocks into a pool of water making it is a must visit place.You can Visit this Place By Taxi,Walking.

Kilbury #19

Kilbury located at12 km from Nainital at a height of 2530 meters is perfect place fit for weekend picnics.It is famous for its flora and fauna and bird watching. One can have a wide panoramic view of Himalayas.Kilbury is a well known birding route and at last count more than 580 species of birds have been recorded in this area. It lies on the edge of a reserve forest and for those desirous of more comfortable lodgings than a picnic rug and a basket, there is also a forest bungalow.Lined by lush oak, pine and rhododendron forests and with panoramic views of majestic snow-capped peaks in the distance, Kilbury is perfect to spend the day on your back doing nothing but lazily watching the clouds float by

Ropeway #20

Nainital Ropeway is one of the main attractions of Nainital. This ropeway connects Snow-View Point (at 2270 Mts.) with Nainital near flats.Aerial ropeway starts at Mallital,there are only two trolleys to carry passengers.This ropeway connects Snow-View Point (at 2270 Mts.) with Nainital near flats.Aerial ropeway starts at Mallital,there are only two trolleys to carry passengers.The time-duration trolley takes approx 2 Minutes 30 Seconds to cover one way journey.It offers a panoramic view of the lake while ascending and a bird eye view of the flats while descending.

Khurpatal #21

Khurpatal is a small hamlet frequented by the tourists for its pleasant climate and a beautiful lake with crystal clear water. If you are interested in angling or fishing, this is the right place to go on vacation.The place is ideal for a getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city.Khurpatal seems a secret haven hidden in the hills, that is why it is still echoing with the sounds of nature and not the machine age man and his boisterousness.If you love serenity,then Khurpatal is just the place for you.If you love peace and solitariness, come and enjoy the beauty of Khurpatal.The place is unexplored by the tourists and modern construction.

Boat House Club #22

Nainital Boat House Club merely holds the management of yatching in Nainital. Boat House Club is mostly accessible for members, the boat house club can also be visited by non-members.It is highly recommended club and restaurant right on the lake. Non member tourist required is a small payment or a reference from a member-friend.The Nainital Boat House Club is the second oldest club in the country and has the unique secret of sailing a class of boats which are not sailed anywhere else in the world.

Sariyatal #23

Sariyatal is about 5 kms away from Nainital on the way to Kaladhungi, nestled this small Lake and a beautiful tourist spot. Sariyatal is a very good place to pass some time in solitude enjoying the beauty of nature.The major attractions include an orchidarium, fernatum, herbarium, Thunia alba orchid, geodesic dome, waterfalls, etc. The entry ticket is Rs. 20. The botanic garden is run by the Uttarakhand Forest Department. It is a very good Eco Tourism Destination.

Gurney House #24

This house is located at the top of the Aryapatta hills, it was the home of famous author of last centuries, the most skilled hunter, and a real jungle hero- the legendry Jim Corbett, he lived in this house with her sister Maggie Corbett.Now the house is converted into museum. The museum displays the life of Jim Corbett.It remains a private home, whose residents are Corbett lovers and want to maintain its character and historical legacy. The house still contains Corbett’s possessions, namely his trophies, African drum, boat, fishing rod, books, and furniture.

Gunao Hills #25

Situated in the sleepy hamlet of pangot, these hills are known for thier fun making amazing walking and trekking part. The hills are surrounded by dense forest. The landscape is very natural and beautiful for the adventure lovers. There are some rare birds species you don’t want to miss any chance to capture them in your camera, in this place which is paradise of birdwatchers. This place is hidden from the cacophony of city life and provides a wonderful opportunity to unwind in the lap of nature

Sonanadi Wildlife Sanctury #26

Its and undisturbed wildlife heaven, stucked between corbett and rajaji naitional parks, it was established in 9th january 1987 to protect natural habitat & species between these important wildlife destinations, its the main dweller of animals like king cobra, leopard, bear,chetal and many other wildlife gods. This region has a tiger population, thats why it is made the part of corbett national park.

Pangot & Kilbury Bird Sanctury #27

Pangot is a small but very scenic tourist place in nainital habitat of -animals like leopard, deer, goral and many more.The main reason behind this place being popular is the avian species to its avifauna, which has a large part of its teritarry known as kilbury sanctuary-with more than 580 avian species including migratory and endemic birds, brown owl and forktails are some of the birds can been seen here.While Pangot is a beautiful place to be explored by trekking, Kilbury Bird Sanctuary is a wonderful destination for bird-watching.

Botanical Garden#28

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.

Bhotia Market #29

Wrap yourself in comfortable woollen garments and save yourself from the harsh winter chill. Bhotia Bazaar is one of the most famous markets in Nainital. Intricately knit by women from Almora, these woollens promise to keep you cozy and warm.

Laria Kanta #30

Laria Kanta, perched an elevation of 2481 m above sea level, is the second highest peak of the Nainital District. It is located at a distance of around 6 km from the Nainital Town. Tourists can enjoy a bird’s-eye view of the entire region from here.The spots is poular among adventure seekers and people who love peace and solitude amidst nature. One of the most sought out place among locals and now increasingly becoming popular among tourist

St.John Wilderness Church #31

St John within the geographical region is one in all the earliest buildings erected in Nainital and presumably the best church in any Indian Hill station. The church was named by the bishop of Kolkata who came to Nainital in 1844, once the place was still substantially a geographical region.

Gurudwara Shri Guru Singh Sabha #32

The famous gurudwara in nainital. Gurudwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha is located in the Southern part of the lake (most popularly known as Mallital)& is just nearby the Mall Road.The Gurudwara is adjacent to lake and Naini devi Temple and one of the most seeked out spot among locals and tourists.

Hanuman Dham #33

Hanuman Dham, located in village Choi on the route of Corbett National Park amidst the serene surrounding of majestic Himalayan valley, is of the most holy places. The easily accessible location and breathtaking scenic beauty of the place is equally matched by the magnificent architecture of the Dham. The arched gateway to the temple has been aesthetically designed and the depiction of two fishes on the gateway symbolizes fortune and prosperity. Shikhars have been constructed in a hierarchical manner on ornate columns so as to give it a majestic chhatri type appearance.

Capitol Picture Hall #34

A favorite tourist attraction in Nainital for movie buffs who will now be able to watch their favorite actors on massive screen with the reopening of Capitol Cinema in brand new multiplex style- First Of its kind in Nainital on March4, 2016. The almost 280 seat Capitol cinema hall within the town of lakes has already become one of the favorite spots for tourists.The Uttarakhand judiciary had recently ordered restoration of non-funtional cinema halls in Nainital

Library Mall Road #35

The Durga Shah Municipal library was establshed before the Independence of Bharat by late Shri Mohan Lal Shah within the year 1933 - thirty four once there was no library in Nainital. Durga Shah Municipal library library was created by the cash given by late Shri Mohan Lal Shah and also the name was unbroken once his father late Shri Durga Lal Shah because the Durga Lal Shah library.

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Itinerary for Nainital

One Day Itinerary

One day would not do justice to the Hill Station of lakes but if one is concerned to accomplish it, following can be covered:

  • Day 1 :Local sightseeing In Nainital- Start the day with a rope-way trek to Snow View point for beautiful views of Himalayas or morning walk on Thandi Sarak originating from Naina Devi Temple running adjacent to Naini Lake and ending on Tallital-thesouthern corner of Lake. After coming back, enjoy boating in charming Naini Lake.Proceed to the Tibetan Market popularly known as Bhotia Market-If interested the market is ideal place to pick some souveniers and after a snappy lunch at one of the local Indian,Chinese Restaurants visit Naina Devi Temple and Gurudwara. Start Half Day sightseeing tour covering-Himalaya Darshan, Bara Pathar, Lover's Point, Suicide Point, Eco Cave Garden, Water Fall, Lake View Point. Spend the night strolling by Mall Road ( As traffic gets closed in Mall completely each day between 06PM-09 PM).End the day with Dinner at one of the popular Mall Road restaurants.

Two Days Itinerary

  • Day 1 :Local sightseeing In Nainital- Start the day with a rope-way trek to Snow View point for beautiful views of Himalayas or morning walk on Thandi Sarak originating from Naina Devi Temple running adjacent to Naini Lake and ending on Tallital-thesouthern corner of Lake. After coming back, enjoy boating in charming Naini Lake.Proceed to the Tibetan Market popularly known as Bhotia Market-If interested the market is ideal place to pick some souveniers and after a snappy lunch at one of the local Indian,Chinese Restaurants visit Naina Devi Temple and Gurudwara. Start Half Day sightseeing tour covering-Himalaya Darshan, Bara Pathar, Lover's Point, Suicide Point, Eco Cave Garden, Water Fall, Lake View Point. Spend the night strolling by Mall Road ( As traffic gets closed in Mall completely each day between 06PM-09 PM).End the day with Dinner at one of the popular Mall Road restaurants.
  • Day 2 :Lake Tour Around Nainital- Start the famous Lake Tour visiting the nearby lakes namely - Bhimtal, Naukuchiatal, Sattal.You may opt for adventure activities like Paragliding, River Crossing, Rappelling, Rock Climbing, Jungle Camps etc here.Visit the divine temple of Gorakhal & Kainchi Ashram.You can do some shopping of local fruits and pulses from the Bhowali market while returning back.End the day with Dinner at local restaurants.

Three Days Itinerary

  • Day 1 :Local sightseeing In Nainital- Start the day with a rope-way trek to Snow View point for beautiful views of Himalayas or morning walk on Thandi Sarak originating from Naina Devi Temple running adjacent to Naini Lake and ending on Tallital-thesouthern corner of Lake. After coming back, enjoy boating in charming Naini Lake.Proceed to the Tibetan Market popularly known as Bhotia Market-If interested the market is ideal place to pick some souveniers and after a snappy lunch at one of the local Indian,Chinese Restaurants visit Naina Devi Temple and Gurudwara. Start Half Day sightseeing tour covering-Himalaya Darshan, Bara Pathar, Lover's Point, Suicide Point, Eco Cave Garden, Water Fall, Lake View Point. Spend the night strolling by Mall Road ( As traffic gets closed in Mall completely each day between 06PM-09 PM).End the day with Dinner at one of the popular Mall Road restaurants.
  • Day 2 :Lake Tour Around Nainital- Start the famous Lake Tour visiting the nearby lakes namely - Bhimtal, Naukuchiatal, Sattal.You may opt for adventure activities like Paragliding, River Crossing, Rappelling, Rock Climbing, Jungle Camps etc here.Visit the divine temple of Gorakhal & Kainchi Ashram.You can do some shopping of local fruits and pulses from the Bhowali market while returning back.End the day with Dinner at local restaurants.
  • Day 3 :Visit Ranikhet or Mukteshwar-65 Kms/2 Hrs from Nainital.Proceed with local sightseeing of Ranikhet covering - KRC Museum, Golf Ground, Chaubatia Garden, Haidakhan Temple, Rani Jheel.Return back to Nainital and on the way must visit Kainchi Ashram known for the Neem Karoli Maharaj Ji, devotee of Lord Hanuman. or Alternatively Visit Mukteshwar and Ramgarh approx 55 Kms/ 1.30 Hrs from Nainital.Local sightseeing of Mukteshwar covering -Chauli Ki Jhali, Mukteshwar Temple, IVRI Institute,Methodist Church and above all Mukteshwar offers panoramic views of Himalayas from here.Return back to Nainital.

Four Days Itinerary

  • Day 1 :Arrival at Jim Corbett National Park-:-On your entry in Ramnagar, head towards Corbett National Park area where your resort is located .Check Inn at your resort in Jim Corbett and unwind. Freshen up and get ready to visit Garjiya Devi Temple and can enjoy on the shores of Kosi river flowing amidst temple.Overnight at Jim Corbett.
  • Day 2 :Jeep Safari & Proceed to Nainital:-Start your day with an enchanting wilderness Jeep / Canter safari in the most seasoned national park of India, Jim Corbett National Park. After safari come back to the resort, get delicious breakfast and freshen up.Proceed to Nainital,on the way must visit the Corbett Fall, Corbett Museum ( Former house of legendry hunter Jim Corbett). On reaching , check inn at the hotel and you may proceed for Half Day sightseeing tour covering-Himalaya Darshan, Bara Pathar, Lover's Point, Suicide Point, Eco Cave Garden, Water Fall, Lake View Point.Spend the night strolling by Mall Road ( As traffic is closed in Mall Road completely each day between 06PM-09 PM)
    Distance from Jim Corbett National Park to Nainital: 75 km
    Travel Time: 2 to 3 hours
  • Day 3 :Lake Tour Around Nainital- Start the famous Lake Tour visiting the nearby lakes namely - Bhimtal, Naukuchiatal, Sattal.You may opt for adventure activities like Paragliding, River Crossing, Rappelling, Rock Climbing, Jungle Camps etc here.Visit the divine temple of Gorakhal & Kainchi Ashram.You can do some shopping of local fruits and pulses from the Bhowali market while returning back.On reaching Nainital you may also enjoy the cable car ride originating from Mall Road and going up till Snow View point and can also visit Nainital Zoo-must visit attraction for Kids.End the day with Dinner at local restaurants or in your hotel.
  • Day 4 :Visit Ranikhet or Mukteshwar:-Visit beautiful cantonment town of Ranikhet- 65 Kms/2 Hrs from Nainital. Local sightseeing of Ranikhet covering - KRC Museum, Golf Ground, Chaubatia Garden, Haidakhan Temple, Rani Jheel.Return back to Nainital and on the way must visit the Kainchi Ashram known for the Neem Karoli Maharaj Ji, devotee of Lord Hanuman. or Alternatively Visit Mukteshwar and Ramgarh approx 55 Kms/ 1.30 Hrs from Nainital.Local sightseeing of Mukteshwar covering -Chauli Ki Jhali, Mukteshwar Temple, IVRI Institute,Methodist Church and watch the panormic views of Himalayas from here.Return back to Nainital.

Guest Reviews

Parul Mittal

DEC, 12, 2016

Great place. It is must visit place.

4.0/5.0
Great place. It is must visit place. Sailing in naini lake, shopping center street walk, bhotia bazaar shopping, bara bazaar shopping is very unwinding. Aerial ropeway and zoo visit are additionally there which takes almost more than half a day. Eco cave gardens and bull ride in it is exceptionally intriguing.

Rishabh Kumar

NOV, 20, 2016

The climate was cool and the Air quality was great.

3.2/5.0
The climate was cool and the Air quality was great. I had taken the Air full in lungs and was feeling so great. Taken an alto from local and went to the best to see the Himalayan range. Sky was clear blue and it was a decent sight. From that point we have seen the Nainital as a mango shape, Sukha taal, Khurpataal, Lovers point and Suicide point, Camel top, Sarita Tail and so forth. I have enjoyed a lot.

Deepak Bisht

July, 4, 2016

It's a decent place to spend vacations with family

3.8/5.0
I went in June first week to Nainital and discovered this place exceptionally charming, a considerable measure of travelers were there in actuality extremely crowdy however believe me so much well managed destination, cleaness of this place with so much vacationers is exceptionally shocking, it's a decent place to spend vacations with family, such a large number of spots of touring. I can guarantee nobody will be disappointed to be here

Deepak Bisht

April, 15, 2016

It was wonderful experience of Nainital

3.8/5.0
It was wonderful experience of Nainital. Each day we have enjoyed.Hotel suggested by you, was very good.Overall the way you have managed my entire trip and assistance from first day to last, was appreciating.Thank you Allseasonsz
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