Raj Bhawan

Raj Bhawan

Set forth on a tour, visiting Governor's House (Raj Bhawan) for a flashback of the pre-Independence era. Built in 1899 the two-storied mansion has 113 rooms, a large garden, a swimming pool, and golf court as well. Definitely worth a visit!

Naina Devi Temple

Naina Devi Temple

For soothing of the senses, there is the Naina Devi Temple enveloped in mesmerizing prayers, chants, ringing bells and the sweet aroma of the incense sticks infiltrates to calm your senses. Located on the northern shore of Naini Lake, the temple holds the history of its people.

Naina Lake Nainital

Naini Lake

A boat ride on the Naini Lake is a must! The heart of this hill station is right here. Not only does the city owe its name to the lake but also its charm. Situated under the strapping mountains (seven to be exact), this pristine beauty offers not just boating also yachting. Adventure enthusiasts, are you listening?

High Altitude Zoo in Nainital

High Altitude Zoo

The High Altitude Zoo is also called the Pt. G.B. Pant High Altitude Zoo. It is situated on the Sher Ka Danda Hill in Nainital. Animals like the Himalayan Black Bear, the Tibetan Wolf, the Royal Bengal Tiger and the Leopard can be spotted here. It was established in 1984 and is spread over 4.6 hectares. One interesting feature about this zoo is that it is the only high altitude zoo in India. It stands at a height of 2,100 metres above the sea level and is a must visit place for nature lovers.

Eco Cave Garden in nainital

Eco Cave Garden

As the name suggests, the Eco Cave Garden is a natural underground cave along with hanging gardens. Its true beauty lies in the narrow roads with winding roads and caves. An interesting fact is that the caves here are named after animals like the tiger, the porcupine, the panther, etc. This place also boasts of musical fountains and beautifully designed hilltop garden. It is located on the Kaladgunj Road near Sukhtal and is an ideal destination for family and friends.

Snow View Point in Nainital

Snow View Point

If you want to view the snow – capped Himalayas, then the Snow View Point is just the place for you. It is a popular tourist spot and you can view the 350 km stretch of the Himalayas. The beauty will transport you to a different world altogether and you will fall in love with the view. It is situated at a height of 2270 metres. This spot can be reached by taking a short road trip as well as an adventurous ride on the ropeway from Mallital.

Tiffin Top Nainital

Tiffin Top

Perched on the Ayarpatta hill commanding picturesque views of the neighboring country side and the majestic Himalayan range is the Tiffin Top, you can take a stroll on the stretch but in case sightseeing is too passé for you, then a cycling or horse riding trip to Land's End will definitely get your heart racing and adrenalin rushing.