The picturesque lake town of Nainital is located around 2000 m above sea level, the favorite summer resort of the British. One of the most charismatic hill towns in the country, Nainital is called the ‘land of greens and blues because of its lush green forest and clear blue sky

A quick guide to planning a trip to Nainital | Times of India Travel

Many believed that the area of Nainital was reminiscent of the Cumbrian Lake District in England and thus led the homesick Englishmen to flock to Nainital 

If we look at the history of this beautiful lake town, the town was founded in 1841, when a British trader named Peter Barren constructed his first European-style lodge in this region. Soon the town became a health resort favored by the British troops and colonial officials. The landslide of 1880 was a significant part of the history of Nainital. The great landslide devastated the newly formed town, but this did not hamper the growth of this place. The people of Nainital regrouped and rebuilt the beautiful town


History | District Nainital, Government of Uttarakhand | India

The charming town is set in a valley containing an Eye-shaped lake, approximately two miles in circumference, and surrounded by mountains. The beautiful lake mirrors the image of seven majestic mountains dotted with heritage buildings, pretty cottages, and villas on its surface. You can glide over the serene lake on a boat and enjoy the warm sunlight shining bright across the area

Nainital suits the needs of every kind of travel interest, for the family looking for some bonding time, for the couple for some peace, and for solo travelers for some solitude. The Lake-town of Nainital is one of the highest preferred honeymoon destinations in the country

The exquisiteness of this lake is more magnified during the night when its sparkling waters flirt with the numerous lights hanging on its edges and lend it an unbelievably beautiful magical aura. The town will delight you with views of the snow-clad mountains, cool winds blowing through your hair, and sunlight shining bright on the elegant colonial structures. At night, you can gaze at the starry sky a view we hardly get to enjoy anywhere else

Queen's necklace- Nainital at night. Breath taking!! | Tour packages, Safari tour, Nainital

Mall Road of Nainital runs parallel to the Lake dotted with cafes, stores, and restaurants. Another side of the lake lies on Thandi Sadak an area lined with lush green pine, deodar, and oak trees

The Eco Cave Gardens in the town are famous for their rocky caves and the musical fountain. These animals shaped caves connected through tunnels and named after the wild animals they resemble, and the most attractive feature is the fountain show inspired by Disney-land

No trip to Nainital is complete without a ride on the Aerial Express cable car up to Snow View at a dizzying height of around 2300 m, you can see some stunning views over the Himalayas, and of course, it is India’s highest peak

Aerial Ropeway Nainital (Entry Fee, Timings, Images & Location) - Nainital Tourism 2023

Tiffin Top is known as Dorothy’s Seat located at an altitude of around 2300 m above sea level. Walk through the dense coniferous forests on the well-laid cobblestone path to reach the top and enjoy an excellent view of the Himalayas

Tiffin Top (Dorothy's Seat) (Nainital) - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go

Land’s End is a famous spot that got its name from the fact there is no land beyond the iconic cliff. Enjoy stunning views of the lush green valley and the aqua-colored Lake, resting amidst snow-clad Mountains, the best place to watch the sun-set into the Mountains. Land’s End Located at an altitude of about 2200 m above sea level, one can ride on horse to reach the top. It is the perfect spot for those who love nature, adventure, and photography

Lands End (Nainital) - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go

Gurney House, the former house of the great hunter and conservationist Jim Corbett, the historic building converted into a museum featuring various memorabilia. It is a place that will give you an insight into the life of the legend; the heritage building has maintained its colonial appeal and old-world charm

Gurney House Nainital (Entry Fee, Timings, History, Built by, Images & Location) - Nainital Tourism 2023

Gurney House (Nainital) - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go

Gurney House - Nainital: Get the Detail of Gurney House on Times of India Travel

From outside - Picture of Gurney House, Nainital - Tripadvisor

Governor’s House in Nainital was built like a Scottish castle in 1897 for the Governor of the erstwhile North West Province and is now the residence of the Governor of Uttarakhand state of India. The beautiful heritage two-storeyed building with over 100 rooms spread over a waste area and a Golf Course spread over 45 acres of land within the premises of the beautiful castle. Built on European patterns by British Architect Stevens, the Victorian Gothic style architecture inspired by Buckingham Palace, one can take the help of a local guide while visiting this unique heritage castle 

Jama Masjid (Mosque) of Nainital elucidates the beauty of the famous hill resort, an exemplary piece of Indo-Islamic architecture. The iconic white marble structure of Jama Masjid stands amidst the city. Built in the 19th century

The Jama Masjid of Nainital is a quintessential Islamic building, wearing pristine white color with a tinge of black. The style, layout, and intricate drawings carved on the Jama Masjid (Mosque) tell us a lot about the time of its construction. One of the most prominent features of Jama Masjid’s architecture is the ‘Mihrab’ a niche in the wall. That indicates the direction of Mecca and showcases intricate architecture. One can see Arabic inscriptions on the entrance of the Masjid. The Jama Masjid is one of the oldest buildings of Nainital

Many other lake towns lie around Nainital, named Bhimtal, Sattal and Naukuchiatal are little hill towns built around tranquil lakes, so this place is known as the Tal region and offers the best opportunities for spending a holiday in serenity by the lake

There are many places scattered around this beautiful town, from the picturesque nature town of Kausani to the green town of Ranikhet to the forest town of Jim Corbett, the home to the oldest National Park in India and a prime destination for wildlife lovers for a long time and there is enough to see and do around this unique lake city

The green town of Ranikhet known as ‘Queen’s Meadow’ at an altitude of around 2000 m, is a serene and peaceful hill resort foreshadowed by conifer forests and surrounded by snow-clad Himalayan ranges, nestled in the beautiful surroundings inhabited by pine, oak, rhododendron and deodar forests, hosts a large variety of Fauna. Ranikhet Golf Course is one of the highest golf courses in Asia and it is the prime attraction of the town green meadow of the golf course at such a high altitude is awe-inspiring

Jim Corbett National Park is the oldest national park in the country, named after the hunter and conservationist Jim Corbett, established in 1936 as Hailey National Park. The park acts as a protected area for the endangered Bengal tiger of India, the secure survival of which is the main objective of Project Tiger. The park has sub-Himalayan belt geographical and ecological characteristics. An eco-tourism destination contains 488 different species of plants and a diverse variety of fauna

Kausani is an ideal spot for those who wish to spend holidays in the lap of green nature celebrated site for its panoramic exquisiteness and views of the enchanting Himalayas

Nature has bestowed Kausani with its beauty to make it a destination par-excellence level. The picturesque hill resort provides an excellent view of the long stretch of the Himalayan valley. The panoramic views of the greater Himalayas kindle hope even in the greatest pessimist with a depressed feeling

The Tea Estate is another unique feature of Kausani located around the main town at an elevation between 1500 m and 1800 m the amazing location where one can stroll, it is closed from November to March

Uttarakhand Tea Estate Kausani - Uttarakhand Darshan

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