Nainital Tour Packages

Nainital tour packages are highly popular among the tourists interested to be in the lap of the Himalayas to enjoy nature, salubrious climate, trekking, boating etc. Nainital, one of the best Indian hill stations, is easily accessible from Delhi by train and road. The nearest railway station is Kathgodam. Fine motor-able roads connect Nainital with other nearby places of importance. Nainital tour can be a single destination trip but it becomes all the more exciting family vacation when combined with Haridwar, Rishikesh, Mussoorie & Jim Corbett National Park. Nainital is considered to be honeymooners’ paradise. Tourists from all across India reach the hill town to experience soothing respite from scorching heat during summer season. Nainital is famous for its several natural lakes. Built around a lake, the town surrounded by towering peaks got its name from Goddess Naina Devi whose temple stands at the edge of the lake. It was in the forties of the nineteenth century that the place began to grow as a summer resort. The lake provides yachting facilities. There are several picnic spots around. All kinds of accommodations, budget to luxury, are available in Nainital.

Nainital holiday packages offer opportunity to stay in cozy accommodation and explore various tourist attractions in close vicinity. Nainital is the Lake District of the Kumaon Hills and lies at over 6,000 feet above the sea. The term ‘tal’ means lake. Nainital has the additional advantage of never having been officialized by the brush of Kipling’s “Plain Tales from the Hills”. Divided into two parts, Mallital and Tallital (upper and lower lake), it has a charm very much its own. The prettiest among the many other lakes are Bhimtal and Naukutchia Tal (the nine-cornered lake), only a few miles away. Bhimtal, about twenty kilometer away, is a large lake, bearing the name of Bhim, the heroic second Pandava, situated at a height of 4,600 feet. The travellers fond of boating and fishing do visit it. Naina Peak (also called Cheena Peak or China Peak) is the most fascinating of the seven peaks. It is 2610 meter high. It offers enchanting view of the snow-clan Himalayas, including Nanda Devi and Trishul peaks. If a tourist spends a night there, a glorious sunrise happens to be a bonus in the morning. Bhowali (11km), a smaller hill resort; Jeilikote (17.7 km) famous for bee-keeping, Kilbury (8 km), a picnic spot, are some of the several peaceful and charming spots around.

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Amazing Uttarakhand Tour

Mussoori – Haridwar – Rishikesh - Corbett – Ranikhet -Kausani –Bhimtal - Nainital

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9-Night / 10-Days

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