A charming hill station in Uttarakhand state, Nainital is a regular haunt for the tourists. The majestic beauty of the site attracts lots of nature lovers from every corner of India. Nainital city is placed at an altitude of 1938 meters above the level of the sea. It is believed that the name of the town is a derivation of the Naini Lake, which is located in the heart of the city. Among the people of India it is also famously popular as the Lake District of India. In the year 1941 the British identified the Nainital town first as a picnic resort.
Nainital Tourist Place
Nanda Devi Temple, Sher-Ka-Danda Ridge, Tiffin Top Mountain, Guano Hills, Gurney House, Naina Lake and many others major attractions pull the crowd. Nanda Devi Temple was built again when due to landslide the temple was destroyed in 1880. Enjoy travelling via a rope way to reach the Sher-Ka-Danda Ridge. Take your kids to the children park for fun.
How To Reach
Nainital is one of the major towns in the state of Uttarakhand and is well connected via roads and railways from the rest of India. The nearest railway station is Kathgodam, which can be reached through several trains running via Delhi and Lucknow. One can reach the town on buses that run daily from the Delhi ISBT. The nearest airport is just 2 kilometers away from the main town and is located at Pant Nagar airport which is accessible via all the international airports.