Nainital is a Himalayan resort town in the Kumaon region of India’s Uttarakhand state, at an elevation of roughly 2,000m. Formerly a British hill station, it’s set around Nainital Lake, a popular boating site with Naina Devi Hindu Temple on its north shore. A cable car runs to Snow View observation point (at 2,270m), with vistas over the town and mountains including Nanda Devi, Uttarakhand’s highest peak.
Bhimtal is a town and a nagar panchayat in Nainital district in the state of Uttarakhand, India, situated at an altitude of 1370 meters above sea level and is about 22 kilometers from Nainital.
Sattal or Sat Tal is an interconnected group of seven freshwater lakes situated in the Lower Himalayan Range near Bhimtal, a town of the Nainital district in Uttarakhand, India.
Naukuchiatal or ‘lake of nine corners’ is a small hill station in Nainital district of the Indian state of Uttarakhand. The lake is 175 feet deep and is situated at 1220 mts above sea level. It is surrounded by hills covered in trees and shrubs.
Kainchi Dham is a Hanuman temple & Ashram which is established by a great Saint Sh.Neem Karoli Baba in 1960s. It's a holy temple surrounded by hills and trees and river owing besides it. You can feel the great strengths and presence of Hanuman Ji in the Ashram. This place has achieved recognition owing to the ashram of the famous Neem Karoli Baba. The scenic location adds to the beauty of the place. It is located in between two hills that cut and cross each other to create a shape of scissor. That's why this place is called as "Kainchi Dham". On September 10, 1973 baba got Samadhi in Virandhawan.
Mukteshwar is a town and tourist destination in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand, India. It sits high in the Kumaon Hills at an altitude of 2286meters, 51 km from Nainital, 72 km from Haldwani, and 343 km from Delhi.
Ranikhet is a hill station and cantonment town in Almora district in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. It is the home for the Military Hospital, Kumaon Regiment and Naga Regiment and is maintained by the Indian Army.
‘Bhalu’ means ‘Bear’ and ‘Gaad’ means ‘water stream’ in Kumaoni language. So during the Bhalu Gaad Waterfall Trek, travelers can also get an opportunity to see Himalayan bears. This place is best for adventurous peoples, it gives a different peace to body and mind which many famous tourists spot can’t give. Ideal for day treks, Bhalu Gaad is a hidden treasure in Mukteshwar, which shouldn’t be missed. Half an Hour distance from “Blossom Bliss”, from where the trek starts. It’s a beautiful walk of around 30-45 minutes through dense forests and
mountain streams. It’s an exciting raw trek. It’s a paradise for nature lovers and bird watchers. The falls are about 60 ft high that fall in natural clear water pool. Come prepared with an extra pair of clothes so that you can have fun. Don’t forget to visit Bhalu Gaad. If you go on weekends, you will find a lot of rush there with people bathing, swimming and jumping in
*Carry extra pair of clothes if you want to enjoy these activities..
A rocky path running along the side of the temple leads to a huge cluster of rocky cliffs, locally known as Chauli ki Jali. The cliffs hang out to the deep valley below making it a spectacular location that offers fascinating view of the Himalayan ranges and the Kumaun Valley. Just sit quietly looking at the valley and the horizon, indulge in adventure sports or observe Himalayan birds; this is the place where you can easily spend the day alone. The location and the rocky cliffs make this place ideal for activities like rock- climbing, zip-lining and rappelling. The cliffs overlook the forested valley and thus provide a perfect spot to wildlife enthusiasts for observing raptors like the Himalayan eagle and other scavengers as they prey. It is believed by locals that couples having problems in conceiving should visit the place to get blessed with a child. Avoid visiting this place on weekends as it gets crowded by local visitors. This place is a paradise for nature lovers and adventure seekers.