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Known as the 'Lake District of India', Nainital is the largest town in Kumaon, Uttarakhand. Deriving its name from the Naini Lake, which is one of the 64 Shakti Peethas of the Hindus, Nainital is blessed with biodiversity and idyllic location.The town has been a part of several ancient legends and myths and is known to be one of the most popular tourist destinations in North India. This is why tourism plays a significant role in contributing to the economy of the city. There are many places of visit for the tourists in Nainital It is the most popular tourist place in the city as it is after this lake that the city earned its name. The northern portion of the Lake is known as Mallital and the southern portion is called Tallital. It is a beautiful place where you can stroll and savour the scenic beauty of the lake and the lush green surrounding. You can also go for boating. Hire a paddleboat, rowboat or yacht and indulge amidst the tranquillity and quietude of the environs.

The road passes through forests where occasionally wild animals can also be seen. "Naini" is derived from the temple of goddess Naini which was built on the bank of the lake but later got destroyed due to land slides in the year 1880, The place is mentioned in Skand Puran as 'Trishul Sarover'. Tri Rishi (three sages Atri, Pulastiya and Pulha) had come there for pilgrimage while they were at Gagar range (now called China Peak), they felt thirsty and could not find any water. Thereafter, they thought of Man Sarover and dug a hole which at once got filled with water.

The lake then formed was called Tri-Rishi Tal (The lake of three sages). Today it has an impressive lake surrounded by the hills from three sides with highest peak Cheena (2610 m) and the valley in between running from east to west. The lake is a little more than 3 kms in circumference. Nainital remains packed from April to November with tourist for sight seeing as well as for seeking escape from the heat of the plains. Naini lake has facilities for boating and yatching. Facilities for horse riding, skating, golf and rock climbing are also available for the visitors. Fishing is also permitted with the permission of local authorities. Talli Tal and Malli Tal are the two main trading centre at Nainital





The Earl's Court

The Earl's Court

Ayarpatta , Nainital

The Earl's Court a 3 star hotel is located at a distance of 2.1 km from the Mall Road. Surrounded by trees from all sides, this hotel offers peaceful environment to guests. Owing to its favourable location, the hotel is an ideal option for both business travellers and leisure travellers. The hotel

Travellers Paradise

Travellers Paradise

Mallital , Nainital

Travellers Paradise is situated in the heart of the city of Nainital, nearby to the main shopping centre and dining areas, and walking distance from the Mall Road and the Maa Naina Devi Temple, establishing a reputation for superior accommodation and service.

The Manu Maharani

The Manu Maharani

Mallital , Nainital

Located in the heart of the hill station, The Manu Maharani offers 3 star accommodation facility to guests. Nearest railway station is the Kathgodam Railway Station, which lies at a distance of 26.6 km from this property. Guests can enjoy a mind blowing panorama of the mountains and the valley fro

Hotel Spring Birds Naukuchiatal

Hotel Spring Birds Naukuchiatal

Naukuchiyatal , Nainital

Hotel Spring Birds is located near Hanuman temple, Naukuchiatal at the distance of 25 km from Nainital. Hotel Spring Birds is an ideal retreat for those who desire peaceful holidays away from the hectic city life. Experience one of the best serenity of Naukuchiatal at Hotel Spring Birds.

Balrampur House

Balrampur House

Mallital , Nainital

Balrampur House Resort and Hotel in Nainital, The Best Hotels in Nainital was summer Palace of the former Maharajas of Balrampur, Since 1890′s, reconstructed and redesigned in 1930 by the renowned European Architect Mr Mortimer in the style of French Chateaus. A five minutes drive from the Mall ro

Suman Paradise

Suman Paradise

Mallital , Nainital

Ringed by the seven hills of Nainital lies the enchanting and sacred Naini lake. Named after the legend proclaiming that the left eye of Parvati, consort of the Lord Shiva fell here, this is where the Naina Devi Temple now stands. Nainital is also mentioned in the Manas Khand as Tri-rishi Sarovar.

The Pavilion Nainital

The Pavilion Nainital

Mall Road , Nainital

The Pavillion is situated just below the well-known Cheena Peak in Nainital and offers a panoramic view of the lush green surroundings. This property is situated in the beautiful Mallital, which lies in the upper reaches of Nainital. It is surrounded by snow-capped peaks and lush green valley that

Hotel Himalaya

Hotel Himalaya

Mallital , Nainital

Hotel Himalaya is set amidst the sky-high mountains covered with green Deodar belts, close to the main market at Nainital. This hotel is easily reachable as it is located right above the bus stand, 250 m from the Tallital Rickshaw stand. It is suitably situated near the hills of Tallital and offe

Ashoka's Naini Chalet Resort

Ashoka's Naini Chalet Resort

Pangot - 15 km from Nainital , Nainital

This picturesque resort is set up in a small village of PANGOT on a Hill Top surrounded by Thick Deodar and Pine forest KILBURRY JUNGLE and is overlooking the beautiful Valley and Mountains nearby Kilbury Forest and from Sukhatal bus stop.

Shervani Hilltop

Shervani Hilltop

Mallital , Nainital

Shervani Hilltop is a luxury boutique resort, located in Mallital, Nainital. This beautiful resort is built in the form of cottages and encircled by lush green lawn. This hotel enjoys the prime location by being located approximately 2 kms away from Mall Road. Many tourist attractions are closely

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