Nainital Toursim

Nainital is filled with many wonders that require two to three days to explore including peaks, waterfalls and Lakes. You can enjoy the view by walking or by using ponies to ride to these destinations. Horses can be hired at Bara-Patthar that has become one of the most convenient transportation methods and is an attraction for tourists but riding these ponies is strictly prohibited within the town area.

Naina Devi Temple

Naina Devi temple is a must visit

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in Nainital especially for people who seek spirituality and wish to offer their prayers to Goddess Naina. This temple is greatly visited by local devotees during religious festivals. It was originally constructed in the 15th Century during the Kushan reign. more about Naina Devi Temple

Naini Lake

Naini Lake, a natural make of mother earth is set amidst seven mountains that surround this stagnant water pool and high peaks that almost touch the sky. Many tourists flock to view its enchanting beauty that stretches over 3.5 km and also where one can sit on the banks and enjoy a view of Sunrise up to Sunset that reflects with vibrant colours on this lake. more about Naini Lake

The Mall Road

The Mall Road is a point of union between Mallital with Tallital that makes it the busiest places in Nainital especially during peak seasons from May to end of June. Now it has been renamed as the Govind-Ballabh Pant Marg by the government.
more about Mall Road

The Flatts

The Flatts, situated on the northern side touching the lake, is the very popular spot where the worst landslip occurred in 1880 and constructed in honour of the 151 people who lost their lives. It was flattened and converted into a recreational activities area usually crowded with sports enthusiasts. more about The Flatts

The Zoo

The Zoo is about 1 Km from the Nainital bus stand and is perched at a height of 2100 mts above sea level spanning over a large open area. Now, it has been named as the Govind-Ballabh-Pant High-Altitude Zoo. more about Nainital Zoo

Aerial Ropeway

Aerial Ropeway is one of the main attractions of Nainital that runs from Mallital right through to Snow view point where you get a wider view of the spectacular Himalayas including the entire town below. more about Aerial Ropeway

Governer’s House

Governor’s House or Raj Bhavan was built in 1899 and designed by F. W. Stevens in the traditional Victorian Gothic style also called the ‘Domestic Gothic’. It was the summer residence of the Governor of the Northwest Province and now converted into an official guest house of Governor of Uttarakhand and state employees. It is a two-storied mansion. more about Raj Bhavan

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