Discovered by Englishman named P. Barron in 1839 a visit to the beautiful hill station of Nainital is a must visit for anyone who are planning to travel Uttaranchal. A fascinating Nainital Tour will offer you panoramic views of the Himalayan range. Over the years, number of tourists visiting this hill station have gone up ten fold. From beautiful lakes to the enchanting jungles and mesmerizing National Parks, the tourists have wide plethora of choices to explore.
The natural surroundings and the impressive array of natural spots makes Nainital Tour an enjoyable experience for the travelers. Like other places of Uttaranchal, Nainital too houses many places of great religious importance. The colorful religious festivals are widely celebrated with huge fan fare as the large idols are taken out of the temple premises guided by huge and vibrant procession all over Naintal. If you're on a Nainital Tour, you cant afford to miss on the varied festivities of the hill station
A tour to Nainital, remains incomplete without visiting Naina Devi Temple which is located on the northern part of Naini Lake, though in the year 1880 parts of the age-old temple was destroyed due to the occurrence of severe landslide. Maa Naina Devi is widely worshiped here as the chief deity of this temple who is represented by two Netras along with the presence of Mata Kali and Lord Ganesha. Other religious temples that you must visit as a part of Nainital Tour are--Hanuman Garhi, Kainchi Temple and Jageshwar.
Those who are looking for a peaceful retreat can opt for the exquisitely designed Balrampur House regarded as one of the best places to practice Yoga and was once the official residence of British rulers and Maharaja of Balrampur. Also Nainital travel tour provides you with wonderful architectural wonders, some of which are more than 100 years old.
As you go for Nainital Tour, you will be awe struck to see the charm of the colonial style building situated nearby the beautiful Naini Lake. Among the most impressive buildings in Nainital mention needs to be made of St. John’s Church built in 1844 well known for its impressive architectural style followed by the famous Governor’s House.
Built in 1899 its also known as “Raj Bhavan”, designed in shape of Victorian Gothic style with a large two-storied mansion housing nearly 113 rooms with a landscaped garden, large swimming pool and lush green golf course. Nainital travel tour remains incomplete without trying the varied gastronomical delights readily available in the famous Mall Road.
Nainital Tourism well enhanced communication services to and from the main fringes of the hill station to lofty tourist spots as Naina Peak and Tiffin Top also known as "Dorothy’s Seat" situated at a height of 2615 meters.
And if you're looking for a comfortable you have wide plethora of choices from 5-star hotels to budget hotel accommodation. With such places to explore, Nainital Tour serves as the best getaway.
Some of the best hotels in Nanital are--
Last Updated On: 2011/09/05