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Nainital experiences typical sub tropical climatic conditions making it pleasant in summers and cold in winter months. The summer season from April to June attracts a lot of tourists from the plains seeking respite from the harsh Indian summers. The summer temperatures of Nainital range between 25 to 30 degrees Celsius making it a perfect time to explore the hill town. The monsoon rains between July and September bring adequate rainfall making the hills look surreal and beautiful with advancing waterfalls. The winter season from October to February can be too cold for comfort with temperatures dropping below freezing point in December.

How To Reach

By Road:

Reaching Nainital by road is one of the most convenient options for tourists. Nainital is well connected by good motor able roads on the Kumaon highway extension. The popular hill city of Kausani lies at a distance of 120 Kms from Nainital. Regular cab and bus services ply between major nearby cities including Haldwani(38 Km), Bageshwar (131 Kms), Lucknow(445 Kms) and Almora (68 Kms).

By Air:

Nainital does not have a dedicated airport facility and the closest airport is the one located in Pantnagar at a distance of 72 Kms. Pantnagar airport is well connected to the national capital of New Delhi and Dehradun with regular daily flights. Local cabs and buses are freely available outside the Pantnagar airport to reach Nainital.

By Rail:

Nainital does not have a railway station due to its location in the hilly terrain. The nearest railway station is the one located in Kathgodam at a distance of 40 Kms from Nainital city center. Kathgodam railway station is known as the gateway of the Kumaon region and connects the region with all major parts of India on a regular basis. Regular train services from New Delhi reach Kathgodam offering an easy transit point for the tourists. The railway station has a good number of taxi and buses available for travelers to reach Nainital.


Nainital located amid the Kumaon hills is one of the most picturesque and popular hill stations of India. Located at an elevation of 1938 meters above sea level in Uttrakhand state, Nainital is popularly known as the Lake District of India. A Shinning jewel in the Himalayan mountain peaks, the hill station of Nainital is an epicenter of natural bliss with pristine Lakes, magnificent snow capped mountains and dense line of Oak and Pine trees. Founded in 1841 by the British, Nainital is one of the most popular hill stations in India attracting a large number of domestic and international travelers.


From the famous Nainital Lake to the picturesque geographical landmarks of China Lake and Lands End, Nanital is heaven for nature lovers. Due to a large influx of tourists there is a hotbed of commercial activity in the city with a large number of eateries, cafes and hotels coming up all over the city. Away from the crowded madness of urban city life, Nainital attracts a large number of Honeymooners and tourists from across India especially in the summer season. Well connected to New Delhi and other major towns and cities of the Kumaon region, Nainital is by far one of the most widely visited hill stations in India.


Nainital due to its large tourist interest is an epitome of trade offering a large number of shopping escapades for the tourists. The Barra Bazaar area is a shopper’s paradise with local handicrafts, shawls and woolens easily available. The shops in the bazaar showcase some of the best Kumaon handicrafts making it a perfect souvenir to take back as memoirs for the tourists.  The people of Nainital are warm and friendly with Hindi being the most popular language of the region. Nainital is rich in flora and fauna with dense forest beds having Oak, Pine and Rhododendron tree lines making it one of the most picturesque towns of Uttrakhand. A number of roadside eateries provide a great insight into the wonderful cuisine of the region including dal-bhat the famous Kumaon snack of all seasons.


From magnificent snow capped peaks to the serene Naina Lake, Nainital offers the best of nature highlighting the magic of the Kumaon region. Enriched with nature rich bounty of flora and fauns along with the wonderful fragrance of the hills, Nainital is a must see tourist location.