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Day 1 : Delhi / Nainital 350 Kms 07-08 Hrs,
Morning depart for Nainital – it is the wonderful hilly town Nainital is located in Uttrakhand an Indian State. The Nainital is only 304 kilometers from the Indian capital New Delhi. Nainital is well known for its splendid climate and scenic natural beauty and that’s why town is a popular heath resort and attracts tourists around the year. The town is only 34 kilometers from the gateway of Kumaon, Kathgodam. The main attraction of the town is Naini Lake, this 2.5 kilometer long natural lake is located in the center of the town. Nainital is also famous for its handmade designer candles. Some other attractions of Nainital are boating one of the main attractions of the visitors. They can enjoy variety of boating (Yatching, Rowling Boats, and Paddle Boats etc) in Naini Lake. Mall Road is main road of the town which houses main market shopes and hotels. Naina Peak, Snow View, Tiffin Top, Observatory, Lands End, Hanuman Garh, View Point and Sarital are nesrby attractions of the Nainital.
Upon arrival check in at hotel Evening boat riding at Naini Lake. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 2 : Nainital
After breakfast Full day City Tour of Nainital.
Naini Lake forms the nub of the beauty of Nainital. Girdled by lofty hills studded with attractive villas and cottages, it is the most frequented tourist visitation of the hill station. The exquisiteness of this lake is doubly magnified during the night when its sparkling waters flirt with the numerous lights hanging on its edges, and lend it an unbelievably beautiful magical aura. There are also opportunities for yachting, boating and paddling that makes it equally enticing during the day.
Also popular as China Peak, Naina Peak stands tall as the highest peak of Nainital, at an altitude of 2611 meters. Positioned 6 km from the main town, it offers inviting views of the surrounding landscape. One can have 360o view of the snow-cloaked Himalayan peaks flanking the rolling vistas below. Besides, Nainital expresses herself in full magnificence from this peak. Ponies and horses are easily available to reach the place.
An uphill drive of 2.5 km through the winding mountain streets of Nainital takes one to the lap of Snow View, which is one of the most easily accessible hilltops of the place. One can even reach the place by a ropeway (chair lift), on horseback or simply by taking a refreshing walk through the town. At a height of 2270 meters, it gives breathtaking views of the Northern Himalayan ranges with their unmatched snow-laden splendor.
For religious-minded tourists, one of the must-visit places is Hanuman Garhi in Nainital. Watching the sun gliding down the mountains is what makes the place the most interesting. Though popular for its spectacular sunset views, another highlight of the spot is the Hanuman temple located atop a nearby hill. Dedicated to the Hindu deity ‘Hanuman’, it found establishment under the hands of Baba Neem Kiroli and forms one of the place’s most popular tourist hotspots today.
Another tourist attraction that merits a visitation while on a trip to Nainital is the Astronomical Observatory. This 50-year old establishment perched atop the 1,950 m high Manora Peak is about 4.5 km from the main town. It is an interesting place to explore astronomical wonders. Open to public during the afternoons (working days), it remains flooded with visitors, especially during moonlit nights.
St. John Church
Another prime attraction of Nainital is the church of St. John. Built in 1844, the church stands on the northern end of town known as Mallital. It owes its name to Daniel Wilson, the Bishop of Calcutta, who visited Nainital in 1844 to lay the foundation of the church. The major highlight is a brass plaque on the altar of the chapel engraved with names of victims of the tragic Landslide of 1880.
Inspired by the Persians love for Gardens Babur-the founder of the Mughal emperor built it as a haven of pleasure and comfort. Nur Jahan, wife of Jahangir added to the decoration of the garden. The Rambagh Gardens is also known as the Bagh-i-Gul Afshan. The main attractions of the gardens are the structure in charbagh pattern, with four main divisions made by paths and waterways. Water from the Yamuna flows in cascades. Fountains, an island platform, stairway on one side of the water channel and two pavilions on either side of the main water channel are other attractions of the Rambagh Gardens Agra. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 3 : Nainital/Delhi 350 Kms 08 Hrs.
After breakfast drive to Delhi.
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