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We arrange memorable tours to Nainital. Nainital is a popular hill station in the Indian state of Uttarakhand and headquarters of Nainital district in the Kumaon foothills of the outer Himalayas.
Nainital is one of the most charismatic hill stations that India harbours. Nainital District is also called Land of Greens and Blues because of lush green forests – valleys and clear blue sky. Nainital is 34 Km from Kathgodam, the gateway of Kumaon and the terminus of North Eastern Railway. It is 304 km from Delhi, capital of India, and 388 km from Lucknow. According to the District Gazetteer Nainital is situated at 29 degree 24′ north latitude and 79 degree 28′ east longitude, in a valley of the Gagar range running east and west, which is bounded on the north by the peak of China, which rises to a height of 8.568 feet, continued by the Alma peak (presently known as Snow-View) and the Sher-Ka-Danda to the eastern extremity, where the ridge descends almost to the level of the lake. On the west the rugged hill of Deopatha rises to a height of 7,987 feet, and on the south Ayarpatha attains an elevation of 7,461 feet diminishing gradually towards the east. Height of Nainital above Sea Level is 1939 m – 6362 feet and is surrounded by some outstanding peaks and hills.
About our Nainital Tours:
We customize your tour as per your requirements after discussing all aspects with you as a client.
Our tour packages are such that if required we can also provide guide services along with our tour package services.
Some examples of packages that we provide are:
Hotel arrangements (All types of hotels have tie-ups with us like 7 star, 5 star, 4 star, 3 star, budget hotel, resorts, etc.) + Chauffeured Cab (We provide all types of cabs, even premium cabs) + Guide (We provide guides as per your language preferences) + Food arrangements
Only Hotel arrangements
Only Chauffeured cab arrangements
Depending upon your requirements, we can customize your Nainital experience by offering you the best rates for an exotic tour. We can provide many types of packages which range from a complete package from New Delhi or any other place of your choice whereby all arrangements including cabs, drivers, guides, hotel, planned itinerary, food, local tours etc. are taken care by us to standalone packages for Hotel only, Cab only, Guide only etc. If you choose the complete package provided by us at the most affordable rates, all you have to do is relax and enjoy the scenic natural beauty that Nainital offers. We have tie ups with all local hotels and resorts and stay accommodation are made basis the kind of budget you have.
Tourist places in and around Nainital:
Naini Tal Lake forms the nub of the beauty of Nainital. Nainital Lake is within a perimeter of nearly 2 miles. Girdled by lofty hills studded with attractive villas and cottages, it is the most frequented tourist visitation of the hill station. The exquisiteness of this lake is doubly magnified during the night when its sparkling waters flirt with the numerous lights hanging on its edges, and lend it an unbelievably beautiful magical aura. There are also opportunities for yachting, boating and paddling that makes it equally enticing during the day. The surface of this lake has an elevation of 1.935 m above sea level, maximum length & breadth being 1,434 m & 463 m. respectively. In the day, mirrored in its waters stand seven proud hills, dotted with pretty cottages and villas. This reflection alone holds one spell bound. More beautiful than this however is the lake at night when the myriads of bulbs from the hill sides and quite a large number hanging near the lake’s edge stab their magic light into its waters. The depth of this lake is said to range between a maximum 28 metres and a minimum of 6 metres. Seven hills encircle the Nainital lake which are known as Ayarpata (2,235 metres); Deopata (2,273 metres); Handi Bandi (2,139 metres); Cheena (2,611 metres); Alma (2,270 metres); Laria Kanta (2,481 metres) and Sher-ka-Danda (2,217 metres).
The Boat House Club– Nainital is the Second Oldest Club in India. Boat House Club was established in 1890 as the Nainital Club located right on the northern edge of the lake, it is one of the prominent places that can be visited. Tourists who have visited Nainital talk high of this club. The Nainital Boat House Club exclusively holds the management of yachting in Nainital. While sailing a yacht requires a thorough knowledge of sailing technique and skill, casual visitors and tourists can still enjoy a drink at the lake- facing bar or shoot a game or billiards by paying a nominal temporary membership fee. At present, the Nainital Boat Club has got 10 yachts. The original yacht club was shut down in 1947. The Nainital Club, which was the parent body, took the decision to sell all the yachts and close the club. This led a few sailing enthusiasts to rally round and use their own savings to buy the yachts and transfer the club lease to the Boat House Club. It has the unique distinction of sailing a class of boats which are not sailed anywhere else in the world. Till 1970, yachting was the exclusive privilege of the club’s members but now even non-members can avail of the club’s facilities.
Governor’s House:– The British introduced the concept of Governor’s house or Raj Bhavan, when they built a residence for the Governor of North West Province. Currently, the official residence/accommodation of the Governor of Uttaranchal, the Raj Bhavan also serves as a guesthouse to state guests.
Eco Cave Gardens:- Popular among tourists of all ages, especially little children, Eco Cave garden is a latest entrant into the many attractions of Nainital. You can make your visit to Nainital a memorable one with a trip to these gardens wherein you can introduce your child to an Eco-friendly life.
Himalayan View Point:- Himalayan View Point, also known as Himalayan Darshan is located on the way to Kilbury, around 5 km from Nainital. This beautiful tourist spot, at an altitude of about 2300 m offers terrific views of the great Himalayan Mountains and the lush green lower forested ridges.