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About Nainital


Nainital Hill Station, India is centered on the charming Naini Lake. The place is situated in the Gagar Range of Central Himalayas. It is one of the prettiest Hill Stations of India. This place is located in the small town of Nainital in Uttaranchal. It is believed that the place is so called after the goddess Naina.

How to reach:

Nainital Hill Station, India has a very good infrastructure of roads that can endure all the seasons. This place is properly connected to Delhi, Lucknow and other major cities. By railway, it is joint to Delhi, Agra and Lucknow. The closest broad-gauge railhead is Kathgodam, which is at a distance of 35 km from town. The closest airport Pantnagar is about 71 km from Nainital. There are daily flights from Delhi to Nainital operated by Vayudoot.

Places of Interest:

Naini Lake or Naini Taal is the biggest attraction in the Nainital. The sparkling blue green lake provides thrilling images of the snow-white peaks and this captivates the viewers. Naina Devi Temple is a temple concerned with Sati Naina Devi. It is built on the northern side of the popular Naini Lake. The Snow View Point is at a distance of 3 km from Nainital. This spot is the best for trekking and can be reached by ropeway and ponies. This is the most frequently visited tourist spots. China Peak is the highest peak of Nainital. This offers an exhilarating view of the hill town and majestic Himalayan ranges. It has very challenging trekking routes. Tiffin Top is 3 km from Nainital and has an altitude of 2290 meters above sea level. At about 4.5 km from Nainital is an Observatory. It is very well known for studies in astronomy. Public can visit it during working days at afternoons and moonlit nights. Bhim Tal has an island in the middle and is another charming scenario.


Fabrics and Woolen garments are the most famous items for shopping. It is simply impractical to return from Nainital Hill Station, India without shopping. A gamut of sweaters, cardigans, caps and shawls in beautiful designs and striking colors impress the minds of tourists. Excellently carved cane sticks and variously colored candles are also available. Imposing wood carved utilities can also be bought. The fruit market abounds in orchard apples, peaches and cherries.