TOUR PERU
Nainital – Ranikhet – Almora – Jim Corbett Tour Package
   
Place to Visit :  
Nainital Ranikhet
Almora Jim Corbett
 
   
 

Nainital

also known as India ‘Lake District’ because of the numerous lakes spread across its boundaries, derives its from an old temple of Goddess Naina Devi on the shore of the lake. It is a beautiful hill district nestled in the lap of the Central Himalayas in the Kumaon region. Legend has it that the rishis brought the waters of the sacred Mansarovar River to form over Naini Lake


  • Naini Lake

    One of the main attractions of Nainital is the Naini Lake also called Tririshi Lake. The lake is shaped like an eye and is surrounded by hills on all side. It is said to be one of the emerald green eyes of Siva’s wife which fell at this site and hence the name Naini Tal.


  • Naini Peak (2610 mtrs)

    Naina Peak, also called, as China Peak is the tallest of all in Nainital, at a height of 2611 metres commanding the finest views of the Himalayas and an intriguing bird’s-eye. On a clear day, a wide range of the snow-clad Himalayas is visible.


  • Snow View

    Snow view as the name suggests offers an indescribably beautiful and breath-taking picture of the glittering snows of Himalayas. It is the most easily accessible hilltop and is 2.5 kms away from Nainital


  • State Observatory

    Near the Hanuman temple stands the Uttaranchal Government observatory and the Satellite Tracking Center devoted to astronomical studies and optical tracking or artificial earth satellites. Public is shown round some of the instruments during working days at afternoons.


Ranikhet

is a year-round destination that attracts tourists from all over the country and outside. An idyllic hill station in Kumaon, Ranikhet has been a summer retreat for many city-jaded souls from the sun-scorched plains. Hill Resorts in India takes you away from the noise and pollution of crowded cities to pine scented environs of Ranikhet. Come and recharge your batteries in the pleasant climate of Ranikhet with Hill Resorts in India.

A nature lover’s paradise, Ranikhet offers wonderful views of the Western Himalayas. Ranikhet also presents stunning view of the Nanda Devi. There are a number of tourist attractions in Ranikhet that tourists can visit. Chaubatia Gardens is large orchard that is spread over an area of 265 acres. Ranikhet is popular for two of its temples. Jhoola Devi Ka Mandir was constructed some 400 years ago in honor of the local Goddess, who protected the people from man-eating tigers. The other important temple is Kali Devi ka Mandir, which has a large number of bells. The site of the temple is believed to be 5000 years old. The other places that one can visit include Bhaludham, which is an artificial lake. Upat Kalika some four kilometres from Ranikhet on the main road to Almora is an ideal spot to admire snow capped Himalayan peaks