Nainital tour Package and places to visit Nainital
Nainital is also known as Lake of India's Lakes. It is located in the Himalayan Belt. It is situated in the middle of the Kumaon hills and is blessed with beautiful lakes. Nainital has been referred to as the "lake of three saints" or "tri-sage-sarovar" in the Manas section of Sri Skanda Purana. The three saints who were named Atri, Pulastya and Pulah were staying in Nainital to eradicate their thirst, but they did not find any water, they dug a pit and filled the pit from the water brought from Mansarovar lake. Since then, this 'Nainital' salt came into existence in the famous lake. Another legend says that the left eye of the Hindu Goddess Sati (Lord Shiva's wife) had fallen on this place, which created this eye-shaped Naini Lake. Paradise for tourists - Places around Nainital Nainital is known as the tourist paradise due to its beautiful landscapes and tranquil surroundings. It is believed that British businessman, P. Baron, in 1839, impressed with the hypnotized beauty of this place, making Nainital popular by establishing British Colony. The tourists who are planning to visit Nainital can also visit Hanumangarh which is famous for a temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman. Apart from this, the Nainidevi temple is an important religious place which is counted among 51 Shakti-benches of India. Tourists can visit Picnic on Sunder 'Kilbury', located about 10 km from Nainital. A jungle full of lush oak, pine, and rhododendrons make it a perfect picnic spot for the rest of nature. It is a natural habitat for more than 580 species of colorful birds, including Brown Wood-Owl (Owl), collar grossbeck, and white-necked laughing thrush. The BattleCanata, which is located at an altitude of 2481 meters above sea level, offers a spectacular view of the whole area for the visitors coming here. It is the second highest peak of Nainital which is located 6 km from the city. 'Lands End' is the perfect place to enjoy the scenes of hypnotic scenes of 'Khurpattal' lake. It gives an opportunity to see the scenic scenes of the green and green valley surrounding Nainital. Tourists can travel from the ropeway to reach the hilly areas of the destination. Ropeways cover a total of 705 meters, and each ropeway car can accommodate 12 people. The 'snow-view' can be easily reached by ropeway, it is an ideal convenient place from where visitors can admire the beautiful scenery of high peaks, covering the beauty and snow cover of the Himalayan range. Naina Peak, also called China Peak, is the highest peak in Nainital. It is located at an elevation of 2611 meters above sea level, can be reached by horse riding. Tiffin Top or Dorothy Seat is a perfect picnic spot where tourists can spend their spare time with plenty of entertainment. This place was developed by the husband of Dorothy Chalet (an English artist) after his death in a plane crash. Eco-Kev-Garden is the second popular tourist attraction of Nainital, which introduces visitors to the environmentally friendly life style. Raj Bhavan, Zoo, Flats, Mall, St. John's Church in Wilderness, and Pangot are other tourist attractions of Nainital. The cold streets, the Gurney House, the Khurpatala, the Guano Hill and the Aurobindo Ashram are also viewable. Apart from this, tourists can join various activities such as horse riding, trekking, and boating along with other tourists.