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6 Awe-inspiring Places in Nainital That Every Tourist Must Visit


The hill station of Nainital is the treasure of the Kumaon Hills and invites tourists all year round because of its favorable weather and fabulous attractions.

Take a look at our suggestions of the places you should visit in Nainital:

  1. Snow Viewpoint

The Snow Viewpoint is the absolute first place that you must visit in Nainital. Even though this place will allow you to see the pristine white snow-clad mountain peaks of Himalaya, we advise you not to stop there but to go above and beyond. The aerial ropeway and the motorable roads can offer you a mode of transport to the peaks only if you have the courage to give in to the adrenaline rush.

  1. High Altitude Zoo

The High-Altitude Zoo is located on the Sher Ka Danda hill between the Himalayan and Shivalik mountain ranges. It houses endangered species like Tibetan wolves, the Royal Bengal Tiger, the Golden Pheasant, Rose Ringed Parakeet, and Lady Amherst Pheasant. The exotic fauna is not the only charm of this place; you can also see the stunning picturesque scenery while climbing up the hill.

  1. Naina Peak

If you enjoy the thrill of standing on top of the world, the Naina Peak or the China Peak is the place to be for you. A ten-kilometer bus ride from Tallital Bus stand, the peak has a breathtakingly beautiful view of the entire town. The dense green forest trail will allow your feet to rest if you are in mood for a hike.

  1. Nainital Lake

The Nainital Lake is one of the four lakes besides Naukuchiyatal, Bhimtal, and Sattal Lake. The green hills that surround this lake endow it with a fairy tale landscape and once you go there, you will find it hard to convince your heart to leave. Make sure you take a boat ride on this lake on sunrise when the sun’s rays are just emerging from the horizon.

  1. Naina Devi Temple

One of the most popular temples in the northern part of India, the Naina Devi temple sits atop a hillock on the shore of Naina Lake. According to folklore, it was the location where the eyes from Sati’s body dropped when she was being carried by Lord Shiva. Devotees in large numbers visit this temple to worship the idols of Mata Kali Devi, Naina Devi, and Lord Ganesha.

  1. Eco Cave Gardens

Are you visiting Mall Road to buy some knick-knacks for your family back home? You just can’t miss making a trip to the Eco Cave Gardens which will be a kilometer away from wherever you are in Mall Road. This tourist attraction gives the visitors a sneak peek into how the wild animals stay inside the Himalayan peaks. The caves narrow down into tunnels and you can crawl underneath to experience how our prehistoric ancestors once lived. Make sure you go there in the peak season so as to see the musical fountain come to life here.

Nainital has something for everyone, be it an adventure lover, a seeker of solitude or a person who is just looking to have a good time. Which one will you be in Nainital?

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