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The Lake Resort
P. O. Naukuchiatal Pin - 263136 , Dist. Nainital (Uttaranchal) , India

The Lake Resort, Naukuchiatal, Near Nainital, Uttaranchal Pradesh, India
The Lake Resort, Naukuchiatal, Near Nainital, Uttaranchal Pradesh, India

Naukuchiyatal is well connected with the rest part of country through different modes of transport.

Railways : Kathgodam 35 Kms. away is the last terminus of broad gauze line of North Western Railways connecting the region with Delhi, Dehradun & Howarah. Tourist coming by rail mode can take Taxi or Buses from Kathgodam or Haldwani & Lalkua railway stations. While most of the buses starts from Haldwani roadways bus stand. Computerized railway reservation counter is situated near Bus Stand at Nainital. This facility is also available at Kathgodam & Lalkua railway stations.

Road Link : Nainital is connected to National Highway No. 87. Regular roadways buses run from Delhi, Agra, Dehradun, Haridwar, Lucknow, Kanpur & Bareilly daily. Beside this luxury coaches are available from Delhi for this place.

Air Link : Pantnagar 70 Kms from Nainital is the nearest air port. The other nearest air ports are at Delhi and Lucknow.

The Lake Resort, Naukuchiatal, Near Nainital, Uttaranchal Pradesh, India
The Lake Resort, Naukuchiatal, Near Nainital, Uttaranchal Pradesh, India

Situted in the central Himalayas at 1340 meters (4320 Feet) above sea level, the Lake Resort is located on the grassy knoll above the deepest and most picturesque lake in the 'Lake Distric' of the Kumaun region

About Lake Resort: Introduction

A Place where dreams are made……..

Lost within acres of Oak Forest in the central Himalayas and hidden amongst the picturesque surroundings, The Lake Resort nestles quietly in Kumaon Hills of Uttaranchal.

The Lake Resort, Naukuchiatal, Near Nainital, Uttaranchal Pradesh, India
The Lake Resort, Naukuchiatal, Near Nainital, Uttaranchal Pradesh, India


Spread over 70 acres of serene oak forest; this resort is situated at 4320 ft. above sea level. Home to more than 135 species of Birds, making it a bird watcher's paradise. This area falls in the buffer zone between the Palearctic and the Indo-Malayan climates. It has a Flora and fauna from both sides making it a picturesque setting with its large variety of multitude trees, flowers, shrubs and plants.

One can experience nature in full bloom as one wanders the trail by the lake. Along which one can find orchids and ferns in abundance. There are many quiet spots for keen anglers as well. Explore the nine corners of the naukuchiyatal. Folklore has it that if anyone finds a place that has a view of all nine corners of the lake, they'll attain nirvana.

Located in three different blocks, the twenty five tastefully furnished spacious bedrooms offer a panoramic view of the lake from their large bay windows and verandahs. An Uninterrupted supply of hot & cold water and cable TV (with power backup) makes your stay very comfortable.

The Lake Resort, Naukuchiatal, Near Nainital, Uttaranchal Pradesh, India
The Lake Resort, Naukuchiatal, Near Nainital, Uttaranchal Pradesh, India


The Orchid café offers Indian, Western and Chinese cuisines and caters to individual taste and preference. Mainly organically grown food and herbs ensure healthy meals prepared under strict standards of hygiene and quality.

Step into the Himalayan experience……….

Accommodation:

  • Situated in three different blocks-Main, Middle court and Hunting Lodge
  • 23 Deluxe Double bedrooms ( all facing the lake)
  • One Suit ( living room and one bedroom)
  • One log hut

Accomodation for Drivers and Maids also available

All major credit cards accepted.

The Lake Resort, Naukuchiatal, Near Nainital, Uttaranchal Pradesh, India
The Lake Resort, Naukuchiatal, Near Nainital, Uttaranchal Pradesh, India

Restaurant:

  • A-la-carte and fixed daily menu available
  • Mughlai, Continental and Chinese Cuisines are served at the restaurant.
  • An outdoor bar-be-que
  • Kumaoni food on request
Special packages for longer visits for groups/guests can be arranged on request.

Facilities and Activities
  • Boating, swimming and angling in the lake
  • Trekking, Bird watching and nature walks
  • Horse riding
  • Paragliding
  • Indoor games, Pool and Snooker
  • GYM, Sauna and Steam room
  • Day trip to Nainital (24kms), Almora (65kms), Ranikhet (65kms), Mukteshwar-for a spectacular view of the snow capped Himalayas (45kms), and Corbett National Park (100 km.)
  • Fishing trips to nearby rivers are also possible.
  • Orchards dot the landscape and a visit is recommended.
We also Organise
  • Nature walks
  • Explore the region on horse-back (5-10 Days)
  • Treks to Glaciers in the higher regions of Himalayas
  • Guided tours for the Bird Watchers
  • Two fully equipped conference halls for - 60 people ( theatre style) or (34 people U table ). Can accommodate 120 people.

The Lake Resort, Naukuchiatal, Near Nainital, Uttaranchal Pradesh, India
The Lake Resort, Naukuchiatal, Near Nainital, Uttaranchal Pradesh, India

 

Paragliding : Paragliding is a combination of hang gliding and parachuting. In parachuting one has to jump from an aircraft whereas in para gliding one has to run down hill. Basically famous for its scenic beauty of Mountains and lakes, Naukuchiyatal valley provide just the right kind of slopes for paragliding during summers/Autumn. Your wish of flying free as a bird dream can be fulfilled by joining this adventurous sport. .

Rappelling : In the climbers native action of free fall is a drop where the rope hangs free, not touching rocks or walls. But rappelling is a much safer adventure sport than mountain climbing and anyone with usual strength can participate in this activity. This sport is without any danger and upper body strength is not necessary to enjoy this sport. Climbing and rappelling provides an amateur basic knowledge of the sport and will permit an initial, supervised experience. A unique and exhilarating way to experience and if you can walk you can rappel too.

The Lake Resort, Naukuchiatal, Near Nainital, Uttaranchal Pradesh, India
The Lake Resort, Naukuchiatal, Near Nainital, Uttaranchal Pradesh, India


Climbing : The challenge of a good climb is hard to resist. The satisfaction of conquering sheer rock faces and dizzying heights is hard to beat. At Lake Resort, you will really love to climb - and we will make you do it in the best possible way. The right equipment, the right technique and the right attitude are all vital ingredients in the perfect climb. So strap up that harness - it's time to get the view from the top.

Cycling : The simple, pure thrill of riding a bicycle is something many of us forget when we grow out of childhood. Well, guess what? At Lake Resort , we'll help you rediscover it. We cycle through rough and smooth, warm and wet, road or path - to some of the prettiest places you can find. What's more, we're proud to use transportation that doesn't leave fumes. Hop on a bike (your own or one of ours) and get with us - there's nothing quite like some serious pedal power.

Hiking : There's one trait we at Lake Resort share - a love of walking. We simply love to put one foot in front of the other and just keep going - into jungles, over mountains, along streams. If you like a long walk, we've got a wide variety of local trails. Day hike for beginners, overnight hikes for adventure loving and more enthusiastic people. So strap on your backpack and put on your boots. It's time for some adventure and local sight seeing...

Mountains : It's true. Camping at 2304 feet in the mighty Himalayas does tend to get your mind off work. When it comes to panoramic views, exotic locales and memorable treks up mountains, we at Lake Resort sure do have a whole lot of stories to tell.

Be it a weekend trip in the Uttaranchal hills or a fortnight trip to the remotest Himalayas – We at Lake Resort always manage to find ourselves in the heart of the action: slipping, sliding, fighting thorns and gasping at breathtaking views.

Trekking in Uttranchal : The state of Uttaranchal comprises of three distinct zones, the Terai is the flat land or known as the ‘Plains' with teak/ Sal forests and the home to the Tiger and Elephant. Not much trekking is done in this region due to the extreme heat and as well as due to extensive cultivation. We run a few treks in this region only during the winter months, some really well forested and vehicle free areas still exist.

The region of the outer Himalayas, comprise of low hills and vast expansive valleys, pine forests, rivers teaming with fish, hilltops with breathtaking views, ancient traditions and customs and off course the towns and villages. Some really admirable treks and excursions can be planned in this area. The life of the simple hill men can be seen and their festivals enjoyed in the numerous treks we run, also worth mentioning are the ancient temples that abound here. The forests are usually oak and pine and the wild life is abundant in some of our treks, the Kakar or the Barking Deer, Leopards or Bagh, wild Boars, Pheasants, Pine Martins and more than 80 species of bird are resident out here.

Our most serious trekking is done in the Himalayas as we call it, this is the area adjacent to the mighty Himalayan Mountains like the Nanda Devi, Trisul, Panchachuli, Shivling, Bhaghirathi and many more. These treks are referred to as High Altitude treks, and the highest we reach is around 5000 metres above sea level. We run quite a few treks in the region, visiting glaciers, high passes, sacred lakes, beautiful alpine meadows and some of the villages. Meeting the mountain men out to collect herbs and medicines in the meadows, the shepherd with his vast flocks and as many worries, the hunter on a lookout for something that moves or the elusive people from the Darma region is an experience not readily forgotten. The views are amazing and mountains are majestic but that is not all there is; the Snow Leopard, Ibex, Bharal, Thar, Musk Deer, Monal Pheasant, Snow cock, Hare mouse, Lammagier, Himalayan Griffen vulture and other birds of prey make up the fauna of this region and a sight of any of these is an experience.

3 Nights and 4 Days Package for a Couple for
The Lake Resort, Naukuchiyatal, Uttaranchal

Naukuchiyatal : Naukuchiyatal, the famous nine cornered lake is situated at an altitude of 4320 ft. (1220 metres) above the mean sea level. It is 26 Kms from Nainital and 4 Kms from Bhimtal.A pretty deep clean lake with its nine corner is a captivating site. Length of lake is 983 mts., breadth is 693 mts & depth 40.3 mts.It is within an enchanting valley offering an opportunity of angling and bird watching. It has well developed water sport and boating facilities There is ample scope for rowing, paddling or yachting. The wooded slopes are thick with oak and pine. The lake is in a picturesque location. A haven for birdwatchers, nature lovers and the regular tourist, it provides an ideal setting for outdoor activities. The forest attracts scores of migratory birds during the winter season.Located in the vicinity of Nainital, it is also known as `Lake Paradise'. The nearest airport is Pantnagar, 72 kms from Naukuchiyatal. Kathgodam is the nearest railhead situated 35 kms.away. The place has also attained considerable importance and considered auspicious because according to the Hindu Mythology the Pandavas are supposed to have bathed here. Legend dictates that anyone who spots all the nine corners of the lake at one go attains Nirvana.

Bhimtal : Bhimtal is the only Lake in the Lake district of Nainital which has a Natural Island situated in the centre of the lake. Situated at an altitude of 1370 mts. it is the largest lake in the district. The lake offers magnificent vistas for tourists. Tourists enjoy boating in lake.The island amid lake has a restaurant on it and is the major attraction for the tourists. The only medium for visiting the Island is by boats. The distance of island from lake shore is 91 mts. There is a 17th century Bhimeshwar temple complex along the 40 feet high dam. One road from Bhimtal leaves for Naukuchiatal while the another one goes to Kathgodam 21 Kms from here.

Sattal : Sattal is a unique, unforgettable spot having cluster of seven lakes placed amidst the thick, unexploited oak forest. It reminds the tourists of Westmoreland in England.Situated at an altitude of 1370 mts.Sattal is about 15Kms. from Naukuchiyatal. As one approaches towards Sattal, the first lake is the old Nal Damyanti Lake. On moving ahead there is the ashram of Stanley Jones an American Missionary. As we proceed towards the heart of Sattal,we come across Panna or Garude lake.On reaching our destination we see a cluster of three lakes, these are Ram,Laxman and Sita lake. Sat tal also is a paradise for keen anglers and nature lovers.

Binsar : Binsar is one of the most scenic spot and acclaimed hill resorts in the Kumaon Himalayas. Situated at an elevation of 2412 mts, this place offers an excellent view of Kumaon hills and the greater Himalayas, surrounded by Alpine flora, ferns, hanging moss & species of wild flowers. The main attraction of Binsar is the majestic view of a three hundred kilometers long stretch of famous peaks of the Himalayas, which includes Kedranath, Chaukhamba, Trishul, Nandadevi, Nandakot & Pachachuli. The mixed forest vegetation of Himalayan Oak, Fir, Pine and rhododendron are excellent for trekking and communing with nature.

Ranikhet : Ranikhet, a hill station, idyllic in its charm, Ranikhet with its majestic pine trees, is 60 Kms. from Naukuchiyatal. According to popular belief this spot had won the heart of Rani Padmini, queen of Raja Sudhardev. She chose this scenic place to her abode & since then, it has come to be known as Ranikhet, literally "Queen's Field". At an altitude of 1829 mts. above sea level, this hill station is undoubtedly a tourist's paradise. The scented mountain breeze, the singing of birds, the panoramic view of the Himalayas, the sights, sounds and smells leave the onlooker spellbound. Weaving an instant spell on the visitor Ranikhet draws visitors all the year round. Ranikhet is the headquarter of Kumaoun Regimental Centre. KRC museum and memorial are the jewels of Ranikhet town. There are a number of places worth visiting on your trip to Ranikhet.

Upat Kalika : 6 Kms. from the town on Almora Road the place has one of the best mountain golf links (9 Holes) in the country surrounded by dense forests just one km. from Upat is Kalika with its famous temple.

Chaubatiya Garden : 10kms. from Ranikhet town this place has extensive fruit gardens with a Government Fruit Reserch Centre.

Bhalu Dam : It is 3 kms. from Chaubatiya. It is famous for fishing.

Hairakhan Dham : It is 5 kms. from Ranikhet, ashram of Hairakhan Baba is loacted here.

Kausani : Nestling among thick dense pine forests, atop a narrow ridge and separated from the towering mountains of the Nanda Devi range by low, medium mountains; at Kausani the grandeor of the Himalayan scenery comes alive. The view of the snow covered Trishul & Nanda Devi is so clear that one gets a feeling of the snown being within touching distance. Its ethereal sunrise & a 300 kms. wide view of the Himalayan range have attracted thousands of visitors to this place time & again. Eulogised by poets & philosophers, this scenic & beautiful spot offers so much all the year round, sightseeing, history, pilgrimage and complete relaxation. Mahatma Gandhi, who spent 12 days in 1929 at Kausani, penned his memorable commentry on the Geeta-Anashakti-Yoga inspired by the scenic grandeur of this richly gifted spot. The guest house where the Mahatma stayed is now known as the Anashakti Ashram. Hindi poet laureate Sumitra Nandan Pant was born at Kausani. Some of his early poem composed here have described nature in its myriad manifestations. Kausani is ideal for those who seek to escape from the din & dust, hustle & bustle of big cities and wish to spent a quiet holidays in the lap of nature.

Mukteshwar : This beautiful place is 2286 mts in altitude and 30 Kms. from Naukuchiyatal. Surrounded by fruit orchards and thick coniferous forest it was developed by the Britishers as research and education institute (IVRI) in 1893. It is the celebrated scenic spot overlooking long ranges of Himalaya. An old temple of Lord Shiva exist on the top of a rock.

Corbett Park : The Corbett park is first national park of India established in the year 1936 it was named Hailey National Park. In 1957, the park was rechristned as the Corbett National Park in the memory of Late Jim Corbett great naturalist, eminent conservationist. Hosting a number of species of wild animals, it is famous for its Tigers and the Elephant and Jeep Safaris. The Corbett national park covering an area of 521 Sq. Kms. is situated at the foothills of the Himalayas. It spreads over parts of two districts, a major part of park with an area of 312.86 sq. Kms. falls in Pauri Garhwal district and the balance 208.14 sq. Kms. in Nainital district. The park occupies portions of Kalagarh and Ramnagar forest divisions.

 
 
 

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