Tuesday, October 25, 2011
The heading itself is illustrative of what tourists should expect while on a trip to Nainital.
However, before we proceed further on Nainital tourism, let us first give you a brief fact file on the city
Location - Uttaranchal in North India
Altitude - 1938 m above Sea Level
Nearest Airport - Pantnagar
Nearest Railway Station - Kathogodam Railway station
Distance From Road - 322 kilometres from Delhi
Now that you have a bit of idea about the destination as such, now let's guide you to the attractions that make Nainital a wonderful tourism destination.
Naini Lake, the center of attraction in Nainital is where the entire action revolves. The lake, with hill around, oozes a heavenly beauty. With each rising sun and moon, the glittering beauty of the lake fills onlookers with renewed happiness. Apart from it, the lake is also a venue to enjoy a number of other activities like yachting, boating or paddling and not to forget shopping in the shops, malls, stores and other luxury shops that line up on the either side of the lake.
Other than Naini Lake, the Flatts is the place that attracts maximum number of visitors. The ground here is the venue for various sporting and cultural events organised in the city. Apart from it, there is a bandstand, mosque, a gurudwara and a temple of Naina Devi which makes a visit worthwhile. The street food of the Flatts is also the quiet popular.
And since we have said that Nainital is the city of Lakes, it is worth mentioning the names of other lakes of and around Nainital - Bhimatal, Sat Tal, Khurpatal and Nakuchiyatal
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