Nainital Tour From Delhi
Duration :- 02 Nights/ 03 Days
Destination :-Delhi - Nainital - Delhi
Day 01 : Delhi - Nainital
Early morning drive to Nainital.
Overnight at Hotel.
Day 02 : Nainital
Full Sightseeing At Nainital.
Nainital is a glittering jewel in the Himalyan necklace, blessed with scenic natural spledour and varied natural resources. Dotted with lakes , Nainital has earned the epithet of Lake District of India.
The nucleus of Nainital’s exquisite beauty is beautiful lake. In the day, mirrored in its waters stand seven proud hills, dotted with pretty cottages and villas. This reflection alone holds one spell bound.
On one of side of lake run the Mall road now named Govind Ballabh Pant Marg. It is lined up by many hotels, reataurents, travel agencies, shops, banks and other business concerns. In summer months of May & June Mall road is closed for vehicular traffic in evening hours to facilitate Mall strolling which is the famous attraction for all the tourists. Late evening drive back to Delhi.
Day 03 : Delhi
Back to Home.
Nainital Travel Information
Nainital, the attractive hill station of Uttranchal, is the largest town of Kumaon. Located around a beautiful lake it is one of the most enchanting tourist destinations of India. The lush greenery and the tranquil ambience of the destination provide recluse to the tourists from the maddening crowd and hectic pace of city life.
Places To See :
Snow View : This popular vantage point offers an excellent view of the northern Himalayan ranges. The point is accessible by a chair lift (ropeway) or you can hire horses and mountain ponies to reach there. One can also have a close up view of Nanda Devi, one of the highest peaks in the country.
Naini Peak : Five kilometres from the lake lies the Naina Peak. It is the highest peak bordering the lake. A popular picnic spot, the peak offers a panoramic view of the resort and a stunning view of the Himalayas including Nanda Devi and the mountains on the Tibetan border.
Dorothys Seat : Four kilometers to the west of the lake lies Dorothys seat, also known as Tiffin Top. It was built by an Englishman named Kellet in the memory of his wife, who was killed in an air crash. The spot offers a partial view of Nainital.
Lands End : Located on the southern border of the lake, and standing 2,881 meters high, this hill offers a view of another lake, Khurpa Tal.
Hanuman Garhi : Three kilometers south of Tallital lies Hanuman Garhi, where there is a small temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman. The place is also a good spot for viewing the setting sun.