to Nainital : 325 Kms
to Nainital : 60 Kms
(Nearest Railway Station) to Nainital : 35 Kms
to Nainital : 118 Kms
to Corbett : 295 Kms
via Ranikhet : 106
via Khairna : 67 Kms
Nainital : 360 Kms
: 11.7 Sq. km.
: 30,951 (1991 census)
: 1938 meters above sea level.
: March , June, mid September, October
Summer - Light Woolens; Winters - Heavy Woolens
: Hindi, English & Kumaoni.
Transport : Rickshaws, Dandies, Ropeway, Ponies,
Code : 05942
is also known as `Lake Paradise '. In its beautiful `lakes
', option of boating through yachts, paddle boats and
traditional rowing boats are available. The Nainital Boat
House Club exclusively holds the management of Yachting
in Nainital. In Nainital district, Sat Tal, Bhim Tal and
Naukuchiyatal also have water sport and boating facilities.
is famous for its candles, woolens, woodcrafts and handicrafts.
: Permits for Nainital Lake from Executive Officer,
lakes : Fisheries Officer, Bhimtal.
: Boats are available on hire near Boat House Club,
Mallital and Tallital.
: Hire yacht from Yacht Club, Mallital.
& Trekking : Equipment can be hired from the Nainital
Mountaineering Club and Kumaon Mandal Vikas Nigam.
View : Situated at 2270 meters this popular vantage
point is accessible by rope way. It offers an excellent
view of the northern Himalayan ranges.
Peak : At 2611 meters this is the highest peak bordering
the lake. A popular picnic spot which offers a panoramic
view of the resort.
's Seat : Named in memory of an English woman who
was killed in an air crash. This pleasant spot offers
a partial view of Nainital.
End : Situated at 2881 meters on the southern border
of the lake, this hill affords a view of another lake,
Garhi : A place of religious interest, also good for
viewing the setting sun.
Observatory : Located on the top of a ridge, the observatory
is open to the public in the evening.
: Nainital 's popular promenade offers a variety of
: 10 km. Accessible by road, it is part of a forest
reserve and rich in flora and bird life.
Tal : 10 km. A small lake along the Nainital-Kaladhungi-Ramnagar
Road, popular with picnickers and anglers.
: 11 km. Situated at an altitude of 1706 meter on
the main Haldwani-Almora Road, it is a popular health
: 18 km. A noted bee-keeping Center.
: 21 km. One of the most picturesque resorts of Kumaon,
it has seven interconnected lakes. KMVN provides accommodation
: 22 km. Fast developing into an independent tourist
center, this lake resort offers a quite vacation and facilities
for water sports. KMVN has a Tourist Bungalow here.
Tal : 26 km. A nine-cornered lake situated in an enchanting
valley, this is a popular haunt of anglers and naturalists.
: 26 km. A picturesque hamlet set in the midst of
fruit orchards. This fruit belt of Kumaon is famous for
its juicy fruits all over India.
km. Situated in the Terai, and surrounded by thick forests
of Sal, this was the winter home of noted hunter and naturalist,
Jim Corbett. His house has been turned into a museum.
: 50 km.
: 51 km. from Nainital, Mukteshwar set atop a high ridge,
is one of Kumaon 's beautiful resorts. It abounds in fruit
orchards and dense coniferous forests. It also offers
a fine view of the majestic Himalayas, as well as of Almora.
The famous Indian Veterinary Research Institute is located
: 37 km. Famous for the temple of Gollu Devta, a demi
god highly revered by the Kumaoni. The famous Sainik School
of India is also located here.
TO REACH NAINITAL?
BY TRAIN ||
railway station is at Kathgodam, 35 km, which is connected
to Delhi by broad guage track.
Nainital is connected by road to major centers of
northern India, click here for distances
to Nainital Non AC Buses
are running by the Govt.
BY AIR ||
Nearest Airport is Pantnagar, 71 Kms, but flights are
not operational at present.
AND RESORTS IN NAINITAL
and Resorts in Nainital
Fairhavens Resort (Chevron Group), Hotel
Radha Continental (Deluxe Hotel),
Maharani Resort (Deluxe Resort ),
Hotel Arif Castles,
Hotel Krishna - The
Vikram Vintage Inn,
Hotel Manu Maharani ,
Classic The Mall,
Hotel, The Palace
Inn (Middle Range Hotel), Shervani