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Best Tourist Attraction In Nainital


The main attraction of Nainital is surrounded by green valleys. Travelers can enjoy activities such as rowing, rowing, paddling. According to the people there, the eye-shaped lake was constructed at the spot where the left eye of the Hindu goddess Sati fell (when Lord Shiva was taking her to Mount Kailash). This lake is very long and its northern part is called 'Malli Tal', while the southern part is called 'Talli Tal'. It is the only lake on which there is a bridge and a post office.


Mall Road is the name of a famous street of Nainital, and recently it has been changed to 'Govind Ballabh Pant Marg'. Apart from shops and markets, several banks and travel agencies are available on Mall Road. This road connects Mallital with Mahalli. Another tourist attraction is the 'Thandi Sadak', which is located on the other side of the Naini Lake.


Nainital, the work of establishing a zoo in an area of ​​4,693 hectares, located in Sher's Danda hill, 2100 meters above sea level, was established in 1984, when it was opened to the visitors for its observation on 1st June, 1995. went. The zoo is a hot spot of Nainital tourism, situated at an altitude of 2100 meters above sea level. It is located just one kilometer away from Nainital Bus Stop. The zoo is home to a variety of animals, including monkeys, Siberian tigers, leopards, wolves, palm civet cats, rose ring parakeets, silver pheasant, mountain fox, sambar, furry and bark deer, including the Himalayan black bear. The zoo is closed on Mondays and all national holidays.


Naini Peak (China Peak) is the highest peak among the seven peaks of Nainital. The distance of China Peak is about 6 kilometers from Nainital. The high peaks of the Himalayas are visible from this peak. There are also gorgeous views of the Nainital Lake and the city.


Tiffin Top is a beautiful picnic spot, also known as 'Dorothy's Seat'. Situated on the Ayarpatta peak, this place is situated at an altitude of 7520 feet above sea level. Travelers can enjoy impressive views of the mighty Himalayan ranges along with the rural landscape from here. The place was developed by the husband of Dorothy Shale (an English artist) after her death in a plane crash. Situated 4 km away from Nainital Town, this tiffin top is a perfect place for nature photography.


St. John's Church in the Wilderness is a quiet place located in Mallital (Northern part of Nainital). This church was established in the year 1844. According to records, the Bishop of Kolkata, Daniel Wilson, came here to lay the foundation stone of this church, during his visit, he fell ill and had to live in an unfinished house near the forest. Therefore, the church became known as St. John in the Woods. The church also serves as a memorial to the victims of the landslide in 1880, with the names of those killed in a bronze plaque.


Cave Garden is also known as Eco Cave Garden. It is a popular tourist attraction of Nainital. The park offers its visitors a glimpse of an eco-friendly lifestyle. There are six underground cages which are illuminated by Petromax lamps and there is also a fountain playing to the beat of a musical instrument which was first installed in Nainital. These caves are known as Tiger Cave, Panther Cave, Bat Cave, Squirrel Cave, Flying Fox, Ave and Ape Cave. The road connecting these caves is quite narrow, sometimes requiring travelers to crawl. All these caves are natural and managed by the local administration.


There is also a khurpatal near Nainital. The cottage is a paradise for the fishing fitter people. It is located 10 km away from Nainital. This beautiful little suburb (Khera) is situated at an altitude of 1635 meters above sea level. The natural beauty of this place mesmerizes anyone. The beautiful lake and the surrounding houses and hotels add to this beauty at times. Until the 19th century, Khurpat was famous for the production of iron tools, but now it is famous for green vegetables.

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