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Top Attractions


Naina Devi Temple:

Naina Devi Temple is one of the most significant religious shrines of India. Located on top of Naina Hillock close to Nainital city center, Naina Devi Temple is one of the 'shakti peets' attracting a large number of pilgrims all through the year. Dedicated to goddess Parvati, the place is considered to be one of the places where Goddess Parvati's eyes fell on the earth by influx of various arrows by Lord Vishnu. The Naina Devi temple has idols dedicated to Goddess Kali and Lord Ganesha as well. Naina Devi Temple attracts a large number of pilgrims from all over the globe.


Nainital Lake:

Nainital Lake located right in the heart of Nainital city is one of the most widely visited landmarks of the hill town. The pear shaped Nainital Lake spreads over an area of more than 2 miles surrounded by seven magnificent hills. Nainital Lake conjoins the northern end of Mallital with the southern end of Tallital. The lake offers boating escapades for the travelers making it a hub of tourist activity in the summer season. The Nainital Lake has the distinction of having a fully functional post house of board a floating post office. Nainital Lake offers a picturesque attraction amid the mighty mountain ranges attracting tourists from across the globe.


Nainital Zoo:

Nainital Zoo also known as Govind Ballabh Pant High Altitude Zoo is a popular tourist destination of Nainital. Located at a height of 2100 meters above sea level, the Nainital Zoo is famous for being home to various exotic animal species. Some of the famous animals confined in the Nainital Zoo include the Barking Deer, Hill Fox, Snow Leopards and Himalayan black buck. The Nainital Zoo has attracts a large number of migratory birds in the summer season making it a bird lovers paradise. Nainital Zoo attracts tourists, nature lovers and locals alike all through the year.


Governor's House:

The Governor's House serving as an official residence of the Governor of Uttarakhand is a famous historic landmark attracting a large number of tourists. Famous for its exquisite architecture, the Governor's House was built during the British rule as a replica of the Birmingham palace. Since the Governor's House is the official residence of the governor of the state tourists are not allow inside the premises for security reasons but the brilliant ambience and stunning architecture of the building remains to be a popular tourist attraction.


Eco Cave Gardens:

Eco Cave Gardens are a collection of six underground natural caves attracting a large number of children. Designed to bring awareness of the advantages of being eco friendly the caves are lit from petromax lamps making for a once in a lifetime experience for the children. Eco Cave Gardens attract a large number of tourists all through the year.


The Flatts:

The Flatts located on the northern region of Nainital Lake comprises of a vast stretch of recreational complex housing a number of sporting academies and locations. The Flatts are an epitome of recreational activities in Nainital with hockey and polo grounds. The Flatts also have a dedicated cricket stadium attracting a large number of sport enthusiasts. Apart from being the recreational and sporting center of Nainital, The Flatts is also a common meeting place for the locals. A large number of cinemas and shopping activities go on around the The Flatts.


Snow View Point:

Snow View Point located at a distance of 3 Kms from Nainital city center is one of the most famous geographic landmarks of the city. Famous for offering stunning panoramic view of the snow capped mountain ranges of the region, Snow View Point is located at an elevation of 2270 meters above sea level. Snow View Point is famous for offering a pristine view of the mighty Nanda Devi Mountain Ranges. The point is a hub for photography enthusiasts and travelers.


China Peak:

China Peak located at a distance of 6 Kms from Nainital city center is one of the highest peaks of the region. Situated at an elevation of 2611 meters above sea level, China Peak offers a pristine view of the mighty Himalayan Ranges in all its glory. The peak is famous for offering a clear view of Nepal from the eastern side. Ponies are available for the tourists to reach the China Peak. China Peak attracts a large number of photography enthusiasts and nature lovers soaking in the beautiful ambience of the stunning Himalayan Peaks with a mystical solitude around the region.


Aurobindo Ashram:

Aurobindo Ashram is one of the prime spiritual schools of learning in the Kumaon region. Built as a branch of the Aurobindo Ashram in Auroville, the center is dedicated to yoga, meditation and spiritual practices attracting a large number of spiritual seekers. Prior permission is required to visit the Aurobindo Ashram. The ashram also offers a great view of the magnificent mountain ranges and the dense line of oak and pine trees leading up to the main building.


Hanuman Garhi:

Hanuman Garhi is an ancient Temple located in the Tallital region of Nainital. Dedicated to Lord Hanuman, the Hanuman Garhi temple is located at an altitude of 6400 feet above sea level making it one of the most picturesque religious shrines of the region. Built in 1950 by the mystic Neem Karoli Baba, Hanuman Garhi temple is popular for its idol of Lord Hanuman ripping his chest to showcase Lord Ram residing in his heart. Hanuman Garhi temple attracts a large number of travelers and pilgrims from all over India.


Land's End:

Lands End as the name suggests is the dead end of Nainital attracting a large number of tourists and nature lovers. Located at an elevation of 2118 meters above sea level, Lands End is famous for offering lovely view of the adjoining Khurpatal Lake and Nainital valley. Located at a distance of 4 Kms from Nainital city center, Lands End can be reached by driving down to Barapathar and then walking a distance of around 1 Km.



Ropeway is a cable car ride from Mallital to Snow View attracting a large number of tourists and nature lovers. The cable car ride offers a pristine view of the surrounding mountain ranges and snow capped peaks making it a surreal experience to watch the natural ambience of the region from a state of suspended animation. Covering a total distance of half a mile, the Ropeway designed by Swiss based technicians has a capacity to carry 12 people in each trip.



Pangot is a birdwatcher's paradise located at a distance of 15 Kms from Nainital city center. Away from the hustle and bustle of busy towns of the Kumaon valley, Pangot offers tourists a surreal experience of being close to nature. Pangot receives a large number of migratory birds in the summer season. Some of the prominent species of birds found in Pangot include the Himalayan Griffon, Lammergeyer and spotted fork tails. The village of Pangot offers laid back excursion adventures from walking in the trails to bird watching making it one of the best known tourist hangouts in Nainital.