A beautiful hill station in Uttarakhand, Nainital is known for its lake and temples. The town is built around the Naini Lake that offers activities like boating. The hill station has plenty of accommodation options thanks to its popularity and summer is a good time to visit this place when the weather is not too hot or cold. While Nainital may not have too many activities like other hill stations, if you are looking for a refreshing and relaxing trip with your family, this is a destination that you should consider.
As with the lake the Known district of India, Nainital is Located in the Kumaon division of Uttarakhand and the gets its' name from the Naini lake. The city's charm is only added to with the hundreds of ancient temples and peaks with amazing views of the mountains in the backdrop. The place is set in a valley containing the pear-shaped Naini lake, approximately two miles in circumference and surrounded by mountains
Flooded with tourists between May to July and then again in October, the tariffs for food and accommodation during this time increase drastically. In 1841, Percy Barron 'discovered' Nainital and took great interest in it, writing: "It is by far the best site I have witnessed in the course of a 1500 mile trek in the Himalayas." Among several other tourist attractions is Snow View , at an altitude of 2270 mt that offers spectacular views of the Naina Devi peak and can be reached by the Aerial Express Ropeway. Close to the ropeway is Mountain Magic that offers Bumping Cars and Go karting facilities.
Nainital has both mid range and budget accommodation but it is advisable to travel during off season when you can get hefty discounts. While most of the expensive hotels are situated around Mallital on the northern edge of the lake, budget rooms are available around Tallital, towards the southern side. With options like adventure camps, heritage villas, lodges, colonial style wooden cottages and many more, there is no dearth for places to stay in Nainital.
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