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Naini Lake

The nucleus of Nainital's uncomparable beauty is it's beautiful lake. In the day, mirrored in its waters stand seven proud hills, dotted with pretty cottages and villas. More beautiful than this however is the lake at night when the myriads of bulbs from the hill sides and quite a large number hanging near the lake's edge stab their magic light into its waters.

Snow View
There is a ropeway from Mallital end to this peak (2270m), a popular vantage point offering a panoramic view of Himalayan rangem.

St. John Church
The church of St. John was established in 1844 and is located on the north end of town (Mallital), about half a mile north-west of the Naina Devi temple. The church was so named by Daniel Wilson, the Bishop of Calcutta, who, after falling ill during a visit to Nainital in 1844 to lay the foundation of the church, was obliged to sleep in an unfinished house on the edge of the forest. A brass plaque on the altar is inscribed with names of the victims of the Landslip of 1880.

Raj Bhavan & Golf Course
Government House also known as Raj Bhavan and formerly, Government House was built in 1899 and designed in the Victorian Gothic domestic style by the architect F.W. Stevens. Originally built as the summer residence of the governor of the North West Province, it later became the summer residence for the Lieutenant Governor of the United Provinces. Presently, Raj Bhavan is the official guest house for the governor of Uttarakhand and for visiting state guests. The complex consists of a two-storied mansion with 113 rooms, a large garden, a swimming pool, and golf links. One have to take permission for visiting Raj Bhavan. It is just two minutes walk from the Hotel.

Naini Lake The Flats Raj Bhavan

Cheena Peak

The highest peak in the region, 5km from Nainital, is about 2.5 hrs. Walk from the top (2610m) there are stunning views of the Himalayan peaks & Nainital town. One can either trek or go on horse back.

Dorothy Seat/ Tiffin Top / Land End

A 4 km. walk 1.5 hrs. to the west brings one to this point, which offer an excellent view of Nainital and surrounding. From here, a 45 min. picturesque trek leads one to Land's End (2100m) through a forest of oak, deodar and pine. This is a cliff, offering an excellent aerial view of khurpatal lake and terraced field. It is accessible by horse also.

Hanumangarhi

This is a temple, 3kmSouth of Nainital, and offers a very picturesque view of the setting sun.

Snow View Dorothy Seat / Tiffin top Hanumangarhi

High Altitude Zoo

Perched at an altitude of 2075m, 1.5km from the mall, the zoo is high altitude animals & birds.

Himalayan Darshan
On the way to Kilbury, this spot offer a magnificent view of Himalayan ranges.

Khurpa Tal
12 km from Nainital, this is a small lake, a paradise for anglers.

Kilbury
12 km from the Nainital, this is an idea place for a picnic. It is part of a forest reserve and is rich in flora and wildlife.

Naina Devi Temple

This is the temple from which this hill resort derives it's name, and is situated at Mallital, on the lake side.

Aerial Ropeway
It is one of the main attractions of Nainital. This ropeway connects Snow-View Point (at 2270 Mts.) with Nainital near flats. Aerial ropeway starts at Mallital, and takes approx. 151.7 seconds to cover one way journey by trolley.

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