Nainital Tour Packages by Bhandari Travelz Private Limited
A majestic city situated in a valley flanked by Sapta Shring or seven hills and adorned with a lake of sparkling is Nainital. One of the most wonderful hill stations in North India is Nainital which is commonly known as the “Lake District of India”. The centre of all activities in the city is the eye- shaped lake and a view of the lake from most of the hotels and houses in Nainital is it is not a surprise that there. While the other legend says that when the Goddess Sati lost her eyes Nainital has derived its name from the Goddess Naina. Nainital is the wonderful small town in surrounded by seven hills which are famously known as “Sapta- Shring” are Sher- Ka- Danda, Ayarpata, Lariya- Kanta, Deopata, Alma, Handi- Bandi and Naina. A wonderful mixture of all the nature’s hues is the Nainital city. Among the must include places in your Nainital tour are Nainital Lake, Bhimtal and Naina Peak. Rewarded by the surreal view of the mountains in China is the arduous trek upwards and an aspiring trek for adventurous is the lofty China Peak.
China peak or Naina Peak is the highest point. Nainital is spread around the wonderful Naini Lake and is surrounded by mountains on three sides. A popular tourist destination of India is Nainital which attracting large number of foreign and domestic tourists every year. Sattal, Naina Peak, Bhimtal, Nainital Lake, High Altitude Zoo, Naina Devi Temple, Raj Bhavan and Mall are some of the important places in Nainital. The place to get the majestic view of the distant snow- clad Himalayan Range on a clear sky day is Snow View Point which is an accessible by a cable car. Excellent for short walk of refreshing are narrow wooded lanes through forests of deodar, oak and pine. As one of the 64 ‘Shakti Peeths’ is the second mythological reference to Nainital. It is said that Naini Lake is formed in the shape of an eye and the temple Naina Devi is located at the northern end of the Naini Lake. The level ground by the lake is a major landslide in 1880 led to the flat’s formation. From quiet walks in meadows the forests of deciduous and pine trees to adventure sports to famous entertainment is the main attractions of Nainital.
During the peak of tourist season also used for parking vehicles is known as the Flats it is now. Throughout the year except the month of winter Nainital in the Kumaon hills maintains pleasant weather. Mild at any time but in winters the temperature becomes very cold. Between April and June is the best time to visit Nainital again in September and October. Only one hour drive from Kathgodam that spread on the hills of the lower Himalayan range is Nainital. The closest railway station towards Nainital is Kathgodam which is well- connected by Railway networks with major destinations of India such as Kolkata, Lucknow and Delhi. One of the two airports of Uttarakhand is Pant Nagar Airport.