Nainital is a sparkling jewel in the Himalyan necklace, sanctified with the picturesque natural splendors and diverse natural resources. The hill station of Nainital is located at the foothills of Kumaon in Uttarakhand state that offers a wonderful opportunity to the visitors to enjoy the nature’s splurge to the maximum. People flock to this beautiful town just to take pleasure of the pleasent weather and superb natural beauty. Sprinkled with several pristine lakes, the hill station has earned an epithet of the ‘Lake District’ in India.
Naini Lake is located in the heart of the city and it is due to this lake that Nainital earned its name. This eye-shaped lake is a tourist empyrean and acts as a magnet for all those visiting the hill station.
Nakuchia Tal is a lake known for having nine corners. This lake has maintained its serenity till date as it is still untouched by the majority of the tourist population.
Located 22 km from the city center, Bhimtal Lake is the biggest among the lakes of Nainital. It boasts of an island within its limits. Governor’s House: Governor’s House or Raj Bhavan is a wonderful reminiscent of the British era. Erected in a Victorian Gothic manner, it served as the dwelling for the Governor of northeastern province and afterward the United Province.
Snow View Point:,
Located at a height of 2,260 m, Snow View Point is among the coldest regions in Nainital. Here, one can capture spectacular pictures of the snow-covered peaks.
Naina peak (2611mt) provides the most breathtaking view of the Nainital. Overlooking the Naini Lake, this peak is situated at a distance of about 6 km from the town.