Nainital is a year-round destination, but the ideal time to visit is between the months of March to June. These months constitute the summer season in Nainital and are generally considered pleasant for a day wanderers. Sometimes, especially during the months of May and June, The average temperature at this time varies between 10 degree Celsius and 25 degree Celsius.
Nainital, also known as Lake District of Uttarakhand, is named after the goddess Naina Devi. It is located around Naini Lake in Uttarakhand. If you are planning to feel tourism of Nainital then below are some guidance which help you throughout the tour.
Places to visit in Nainital
Mall Road: The vibrant Mall Road, was built during the British rule in India. There are a number of shops, restaurants, hotels and cafes at the Mall Road. No trip completes taking a walk around here.
Naini Lake: The fact that Nainital is named after the Naini Lake speaks highly of its significance. You can enjoy row boating as well as paddle boating at the lake, while the stunning scenic surroundings please your senses.
Sattal: Sattal is one mesmerizing tourist and picnic spot with seven lakes. While visiting Sattal you should also visit Naukutchiatal, a placid lake with nine corners, which is located about 26 kilometres away.
Tiffin Top: Tiffin Top is a very famous tourist attraction point. This picnic spot also known as Dorothy’s Seat. A cobblestoned walkway leads you up to Tiffin Top which can be a tiring trek, those travelling with their families opt for a horseback ride all the way up.
Snow View Point: Snow View Point gives the amazing views of the snow-clad Himalayas. This spot can be reached by an adventurous hilly trek or a comfortable taxi drive. Out of the different ways to reach this place, the most exciting one is by cable car.
St. John’s Church: St. John’s Church is located at the north-end of Nainital. The church was established and named in 1844 by the Bishop of Calcutta, Daniel Wilson. St. John’s Church is a must-visit when visiting Nainital.
Hanuman Garhi: A famous temple dedicated to the mighty Lord Hanuman, also has a sunrise and sunset point from where you can see one of the most mesmerizing views of the sun.
Guano Hills: The Guano Hills are best known for their adventurous walking and trekking. The whole landscape is very scenic, to say the least.
Bhimtal: Famous for its absolutely stunning Bhimtal Lake, Bhimtal is a small town and Nagar Panchayat in Nainital. Tourists from all over India and even internationally come to Nainital to spend some time at the Bhimtal Lake.
BEST PLACES TO STAY IN NAINITAL
Nainital has both mid range and budget accommodation but it is advisable to travel during off season when you can get Heavy discounts. While most of the expensive hotels situated around Mallital, Reasonable 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 trouble for places to stay in Nainital. This is what makes it one of the best places to visit in north India during summer.