Sunday, May 17, 2015

Lake District of India: Nainital

Blissful Days in the Lake District of India: Nainital

Nainital, situated in the Kumaon region of God’s heavenly creation Uttrakhand, is renowned for its majestic natural lakes surmounted with foggy hills and trails through thick forest. Nainital is named after 'Naini Lake' situated in the heart of this British time vibrant summer tourist attraction is connected through road, railways and airways.

The local tourist attractions Mall Road, Tiffin Top, Governer’s House, Sattal, Bhimtal, Kurpatal, Pashan Devi temple, Nanda Devi, St John's Church, Gurney House are closely located. This place is true paradise to the adventure sport lovers, this includes rafting, kayaking, boating, trekking, canoeing ,hiking, etc . The essential ancient Hindu place of worship perched on hilltop - Mukteshwar ( 51 Km), Abode of Jim Corbett - Gurney House (10 min), Ranikhet ( 53km) bird watchers delight - Pangot (40 Km) has potential of thrilling with religious and historical values gathered with scenic beauty.
More, lavish holiday can be stretched to the adventurous wildlife journey, den of tiger – Jim Corbett Park; Sonanandi wildlife sanctuary, Pangot and Kilbury Bird Sanctuary brings you close watch to the undisturbed natural habitat. This region has rich delicacies of dishes and sweets, Phannu, Badi, Rus ( prepared by lentils), Gulgula (a sweet snack), Kandalee ka Saag, Palau are the local and unique preparations can be relish in dhaba and restaurants.

Blessed with natural water bodies and green pastured majestic hills provides picturesque landscape view. Nainital is undoubtedly the best place to spend leisure holidays anytime in year within the best amenities. Road conditions throughout is good but it may irritate you during monsoon. It is pleasurable place to feel blessed with wonderful people, lake walk, adventure trails through coniferous forests, boating, drive by foggy roads and fearing heights, knowing history, taking blessings, passing roadby tea garden and apple orchards.

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