Nainital Tourism

Nainital is a beautiful lake resort situated at an height of 1938 meters. Nainital tourism offers the visitor a memorable stay anytime of the year.

Nainital is one of the most prominent hill resorts in the Indian subcontinent.

Nainital tourism flourishes during the summer months i.e from April to November, when visitors from the plains come to Nainital to escape the blazing heat of the Indian summer.

Nainital tourism provides for boating and yachting in Naina lake. Fishing is also permitted with prior permission from the local authorites.

Nainital Tourism offers the visitor the following attractions:
  • Dorothy Seat: Dorothy Seat provides the visitor a partial view of Nainital and its surrounding regions. It is situated at an height of 2,292 meters above sea-level.

  • Hanumangarhi: Hanumangarhi is popular for its spectacular view of the sunset. There is also a temple dedicated to the Hindu God Hanuman. Hanumangarhi is situated at an height of 1,951 meters above sea level.

  • Kilbury: Kilbury is an ideal place for a picnic. It is situated at an height of 2,194 meters.

  • Land's End: Land's End offers spectacular views of Khurpatal and its surroundings. Land's End is situated at an altitude of 2.118 meters.

  • Khurpatal: Khurpatal is situated on Nainital-Kaladhungi-Ramnagar Road. Khurpatal is an angler's utopia. Fishing permits are available from the Deputy Commissioner Nainital.

  • Naini Peak: Naini Peak is also known as Cheena Peak. It is very popular among picnickers. Naini Peak is situated at an height of 2,611 meters above sea-level.

  • State Observatory: State Observatory of Nainital is devoted to astronomical studies. State Observatory is situated at an altitude of 1,951 meters.

Last Updated on: 22/04/2013

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