Nainital tourist places

Nainital is one of the most popular hill stations in entire India.

Nainital tourist places
(Last Updated On: July 3, 2018)

5 popular Nainital tourist places

Nainital is one of the most popular hill stations in entire India. If you’re visiting India and if you want to capture the Himalayan mountain ranges, there is no better place than anything. Even though the Himalayan mountain ranges start at a bit of distance from Nainital , you would be able to see their beauty easily from Nainital Owing to a large number of tourists which the hill station receives throughout the year, you would be able to find plenty of tourist-friendly amenities in the hill station. That is why visiting Nainital is surely going to be a pleasant experience for you. If you’re confused about the Nainital tourist places, we would share with you 5 different places which you should definitely visit when you’re in Nainital.

Naini Lake:

Naini Lake

The lake is located right in the center of the hill station. That is why it is easily accessible. You can easily go for boating in the lake. While boating in the lake, you would be able to explore the city which is situated all around it.

Distance from city center: 0 Km

Naina Devi Temple:

Naina Devi Temple

This is the temple of Goddess Naina Devi. It is located on a hilltop. The height of the temple from the sea level is 19 m. It was built in the 18th century. The temple is considered to be a protector of the Nainital hill station by the natives.

Distance from city center: 1 km

Mall Road:

Mall Road

This road runs all along the length of the lake. Hence, it is one of the main roads of transportation from one end of the hill station to another. If you’re looking to explore the local cuisine or if you’re looking to buy local artifacts, this is the place to be.

Distance from city center: 0 km

Eco Cave Gardens:

Eco Cave Gardens

Nainital being a hill station is surrounded by mountains. That is why you would be able to explore plenty of geological wonders around it. One such geological wonder is the rocky caves. These go by the name of Eco Cave Gardens. The gardens are hanging inside and around the cave. You would also be able to witness a few species of animals which call the caves their habitat. During the evening, you would be able to witness the musical fountain in the vicinity of the cave which is accompanied by a musical audiovisual show. The 6 caves are worth exploring.

Distance from city center: 3 km

Snow View Point:

Snow View Point

If you want to capture the snow, this point is the perfect option for you. It also has a local temple in the vicinity. There are multiple options to reach this place. You can either opt for a cable car or you can opt for trekking up the mountain or you can even opt for a cab. From this point, you would be able to see the Himalayas quite easily and clearly.

Distance from city center: 2 km

So, if you’re confused about Nainital tourist places which you should visit, then you should prepare a list of these five tourist places which are a must visit.

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