In this lovely hill station, there is something really special in stock for everyone. If you are the sort who appreciates the
flora and fauna, then you can fall in love with tourist attractions such as Snow View Point and Lover’s Point. If you
happen to be the kind of traveler who likes to get an adrenaline rush, then as part of your Nainital sightseeing trip,
activities like trekking, boating and horse-riding would certainly be something you will not want to skip. Owing to the
gorgeous trees it is surrounded by, the Kilbury Picnic Place is also an immensely popular tourist attraction. Without
visiting its magnificent lakes, a journey to a city of lakes is incomplete. So, then you are brought to Sariyatal and
Khurpatal lake with our Nainital sightseeing packages.
This is one of the best sightseeing packages for Nainital that you can find, as it not only brings you to Nainital, but also
offers you the chance to discover Ranikhet and all the big tourist attractions it has to offer. We will take you to Kainchi
Dham, Chaubatia Garden, Golf Course, Kumaon Regiment Headquarters, and Jhula Devi Temple as soon as you
We’d be pleased to tailor your package according to your budget and expectations. For any additional details or
changes you might like, please feel free to email us.
Day 1 : Nainital: Sightseeing
Embark on a wonderful trip from Delhi to the City of Lakes as our agent picks you up. Check in to your hotel when you
arrive there and take some rest before we take you to holy sites for a soul enriching experience such as: Naina Devi
temple located near the lakes and Hanuman Gari temple to experience a sunrise and sunset view that feels like heaven!
Also, visit the magnificent trees surrounding Raj Bhawan and the Cave Garden. Check back for an overnight stay at your
hotel after visiting all the locations.
Naina Devi Temple
The Naina Devi Temple, located on top of the Naina hill near the northern shore of Naini Lake, is one of Northern Indias
most revered temples. Its a popular Hindu Shakti Peeth, and it draws devotees from all over the world. It is believed this
was the location where, as Lord Shiva carried her, the eyes of Satis corpse dropped.
Situated at an elevation of 1950 meters, one of the most popular religious places to visit in Nainital is Hanuman Garhi.
Thetemple is dedicated to the Hindu deity, Lord Hanuman, the God of strength and energy, who is also believed to
be a reincarnation of Lord Shiva, about 3 kilometers from the center of Nainital.
Eco Cave Gardens
Located near the popular Mall Road of Nainital, Eco Cave Garden is one of those tourist spots in Nainital that have
gained significance in the recent past. Eco Cave Gardens is a cluster of natural caves converted into a cave garden,
home to 6 fascinating animal-shaped caves that give children and adults the opportunity to encounter many animals
in an almost natural setting.
The Raj Bhawan is one of the most recommended places to visit in Nainital, established by the British as a residence for
the then Governor of the North West Province of India. Raj Bhawan was designed by the architect F.W Stevens as a
replica of Buckingham Palace, constructed in the Victorian Gothic style.
Day 2 : Nainital: Sightseeing, Leisure Time
Get yourself on an exciting trip
As you plan to explore the breathtaking sights of this hill station, begin your day with a satisfying breakfast. Popular for
its flora and fauna, the adventure junkie has a variety in store. For an enthralling experience, you should explore trekking,
horse riding and boating. Also, visit Snow Stage, Lovers Point, Sariyatal Lake, Kilbury Picnic Place and Khurpatal Lake.
Check back in for an overnight stay at your room.
Snow View Point
If we look at the most visited tourist spots in Nainital, Snow View Point is definitely the location that people all over
frequent and enjoy the most. The mountain also has a temple worshipped by locals. You can have a fantastic view of the
Nainital lake when traveling in the cable rope.
Nainital is most famous for its numerous beautiful lakes, and one of the most serene places to visit in Nainital to enjoy
the beauty of the lakes in the hill town is Sariyatal, an impressive Jade green lake. The perfect place for honeymooners
and nature lovers to enjoy chilly waters, brilliant landscapes and peaceful surroundings, Sariyatal is extremely popular.
One of the most serene places to visit in Nainital is Khurpatal, a quiet getaway close to Nainital. The area is most famous
for its emerald blue-green lake, Khurpatal Lake, tucked away in the outer Himalayan Range. This offbeat place is
surrounded by magnificent pine trees and thick greenery, a paradise for nature lovers as well as photography enthusiasts.
Kilbury Bird Sanctuary
For someone who enjoys watching birds, Kilbury bird sanctuary is the perfect destination. For this reason, it is often
referred to as the paradise of bird watchers.
Day 3 : Ranikhet: Sightseeing, Leisure Time
Stand by amazing locations
Offer a wonderful experience to your taste buds that they would not overlook for a long time, and brace yourself for a
fullday drive to Ranikhet. Visit beautiful attractions along the road, such as Kainchi Dham, Chaubatia Garden and Golf
Course. Check in at your beautiful resort when you arrive in Ranikhet and stay overnight.
Kainchi Dham, founded in 1962 by Neem Karoli Baba, the founder of Hanuman Garhi, was another religiously important
location on the list of famous places to visit in Nainital. Kainchi Dam, a temple and an ashram, is engulfed by lush
greenery and marvelous hills. The temple, set alongside a glistening river, is dedicated to Lord Hanuman and is often
visited by many believers and worshipers.
Day 4 Nainital: Departure
On a holy tone, depart
Treat yourself with a hearty breakfast and continue to the headquarters of the Kumaon Regiment and Jhula Devi Temple
for a tour. Our members will drop you off later in Delhi.
- Free Wi-Fi
- Airport Transfer/ Railway Station
- Accomodation : Single
- Accomodation : Triple
- Meal plan : Lunch
- Use of gymnasium
- English Speaking Driver
- Use of Swimming Pool
- Trip supplements
- Cab : SIC”