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Last Updated: 24 Feb 2021
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Entry is open from all domestic destinations.

  • Masks are mandatory while out in public places
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The government of Uttarakhand has taken major steps of sanitizations to ensure the safety of travelers to Nainital. Thrillophilia recommends additional precautions such as social distancing, wearing a mask and washing your hand regularly for your safety.

COVID negative certificate no longer mandatory to enter Uttarakhand Updated: 24 Feb 2021

Travellers can now enter Uttarakhand without a COVID negative certificate.

Registration on the Smart City Web Portal is Mandatory For Entry Updated: 24 Feb 2021

All travellers visiting Nainital from other states will have to register on the Smart City Web Portal and upload the required documents for entry.

Mandatory Screening To Take Place At Borders Updated: 22 Sep 2020

A screening process will take place on entry at the borders of the state- be it by road, railway or air.

Place of worship in Nainital now Accessible to Devotees Updated: 05 Sep 2020

All religious places and place of worship in Uttarakhand have been allowed to re-open, keeping the points of social distancing and reduced capacity in mind.

Hill Stations Around Nainital

Mukteshwar, Bhowali, Kausani, Bhimtal, Haridwar, Kumaon, Ranikhet, Almora, Pithoragarh, Sitlal, Haldwani, Sattal, Kasauli, Bageshwar, Gwaldam, Naukuchiatal, Ramgarh, Jalna, Binsar, Berinag and many more.

While Nainital is a wonderful hill-station of its own, there are several other lesser-known, but equally beautiful hill stations near Nainital which are ideal for a day trip or a short vacation with your loved ones. Some hill stations such as Mukteshwar, Bhimtal, Haridwar, Bhowali, and Pithoragarh are also important religious sites where people go to offer their prayers in the many temples and pilgrimage centres there. however, the most attractive feature about these hill stations is their incredible natural beauty.

From places like Kausani, Kumaon, Ranikhet, Almora, and Sitla, you can check out vast expanses of green fields and lakes and snow-capped mountains of the Himalayas decorating the horizon. These are also relatively secluded places if you are looking for a peaceful vacation away from the crowd of tourists

Here are some of the best hill stations near Nainital:

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Mukteshwar

Mukteshwar

Mukteshwar, a village in Nainital district is situated at an altitude of 2171 m above sea level. It is about 51 kilometres from Nainital and is known for its serene and sensational views. The village gets its name from a 350-year-old temple of Lord Shiva.

Mukteshwar is a pleasant tourist destination for its heavenly surroundings, an abundance of nature's bounty, bird watching, and being able to witness the surreal sunrise and sunset.

Highlights:
-A trip to Stila, Nathuakhan and Peora (hill station),
-The archaic Mukteshwar temple; close to it are, the Mukteshwar Inspection Bungalow, Chauli ki Jali, the view of the Nandi Devi peaks,
-The Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Bhalu Gaad waterfalls, Shopping at Kimora shop, Trekking, Camping, Paragliding, Mountain climbing and Rappelling.

Best time to visit:
Between March-May or September - December.

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Bhowali

Bhowali
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This quaint hill station sits at an altitude of 1706 m above sea level and is covered with snowy mountains and thick forests. It is at the border of Nainital and is mere eleven kilometres away. Bhowali is the top exporters of best quality fruits like apples, strawberries, plums, peaches and apricots.

This town is surrounded by pristine lakes, farms, ripening orchards and fragrant tea-estates, one of them is the Shyamkhet tea garden, making it a picturesque tourist destination. The place is not only beautiful but also has the famous Golu Devta temple and the Folk Cultural Museum as places of interest.

Highlights:
-Kainchi dham; a temple and ashram of Neeb Karori Maharaj,
-Ramgarh; famous for its orchards is a fruitful experience,
-Sattal and Bhimtal lakes for boat rides or solely for the view.
-Cheena peak is the highest point towards Nainital, presenting a stunning view of the Naini lake, Shyamkhet tea garden, Golu Devta temple and Folk Cultural Museum.

Best time to visit:
Is between February - April or September - October.

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Kausani

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Kausani is a pleasant village and a hill station, perched at 1890 m above sea level, a part of Bageshwar district in Uttrakhand. The town has a 300km full panoramic view of the snow-covered alpine peaks, Trisul, Nanda Devi and Pannchulli of the Himalayas.

An ideal spot for winters due to its annual snowfall, Kausani is soon becoming a popular weekend getaway and honeymoon destination. The Bourg covered in natural beauty is no less than a paradise and was given 
the name 'Switzerland of India' by Mahatma Gandhi during his stay here.

Highlights:
-Baijnath Temple,
-Someshwar temple,
-Bageshwar temple are the sacred sites.
Laxmi Ashram, Ananta Shakti Ashram is for the spirituality seekers. Sumitranandan Pant Museum (named after the famous Hindi poet) and the Stargate Observatory for art and space enthusiasts, Trekking in Pinnat, the Kausani tea-estate and the local shopping markets selling handicrafts and shawls to keep you warm.

Best time to visit:
Is between April - June or September - November.

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Bhimtal

Bhimtal

Bhimtal, a town in Nainital district is 1370 m above sea level. It was named after Bhima from Mahabharat and is 22 km from Nainital. The tourism here is primarily for its famous Bhimtal lake which has a littoral island in the centre.

It is a town with a view since it is surrounded by hills, in the lap of nature. The high altitude location is another reason for an adrenaline rush with all the adventure sports being offered as part of the experience. The lakes here make boating and fishing for another fun activity. You can also set a camp under a starry sky and gaze at the shimmering night sky.

Highlights:
-Garud Tal, NaukuchiaTal,
-Sattal lake,
-Hidima Parbat,
-Victoria dam,
-Bhimeshwar Mahadev temple,
-Adventure sports like paragliding,
-Mountain biking and dirt bike riding; treks and hikes,
-The Harela Mela, a local harvest festival and shopping for local goods.

Best Time to Visit:
Is between March - June or September - December.

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Haridwar

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The ancient city of Haridwar in Uttarakhand has been a major Hindu pilgrimage site for centuries. Located where the sacred River Ganga emerges from the base of the Himalayas, it’s considered one of the 7 Sapta Puri. The Kumbh Mela, which is held every 12 years, is also celebrated here. The sacred city of Haridwar offers a colourful and fascinating blend of culture and offers the best tourist places in Haridwar. Being one of the seven holiest cities in India, Haridwar often bustles with devotees. It propitious location near the holy River Ganga has made it gain more popularity.

With the passage of time, it has become more than just a religious city, where people thronged to perform immersion of the ashes or took a dip in the water to wash away their sins. It has in fact evolved into Yoga, cultural and spiritual centre and has also become a prime hub for learning Sanskrit language The modern day, Haridwar is the reflection of the culture of India and thus offer much to its visitors. Here is the list of best 12 places that one must see in this holy city.

While religion plays an important role in Haridwar – many visitors are pilgrims and devotees – there’s more to this holy city. The cuisine is excellent and food lovers eager to try authentic Indian fare will find their palates satiated many times over. Travelers in search of yoga ashrams and centers hoping to improve their physical and mental health won’t be left wanting either. If you’re eager to experience the tourist places in Haridwar, read on to know the best time to visit, how to get here and where to stay.

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Kumaon

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A plethora of exquisite scenery surrounds Kumaon, River Kali runs through, the Kailash-Mansarovar forming an exceptional backdrop and Chamoli and Pauri districts of Garhwal. The Kumaon region has abundant natural beauty, flora and fauna, pristine lakes, and snow-clad mountains which extends from the Gangetic plains of Uttarakhand right up to Tibet.

The name of the place was derived from "Kurmancha" meaning the land of the Kurmavatar (Lord Vishnu's tortoise incarnation).

Highlights:
-Nainital,
-Ranikhet,
-Mukteshwar,
-Almora,
-Champawat,
-Pithoragarh,
-Munsiyari, Abbott Mount, Kausani, Lohaghat, Bhimtal, Jim Corbett, Sattal. Fair and festivals worth attending; Uttarayani Mela, Shravan Mela,
-Fair at Gananath, Dwarahat fair during Baisakhi and Nanda Devi Mela.
In addition to that, travellers can also savour a host of other activities, such as trekking, camping, paragliding, fishing, golfing and more.

Best time to visit:
-Between March-May or October - December,
-If you want to experience snowfall then January - February.

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Ranikhet

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Ranikhet, a small hill station is renowned for its views of the mountain giants, the Himalayas Nanda Devi. The place has a prominent sacred site, the Jhula Devi Temple. There is another notable spot, the Gandhi Kuti, the hut Mahatma Gandhi stayed in during his visit.

Legends has it that Queen Padmini was so smitten by the place's natural opulence that King Sudhardev built a palace here and named the place Ranikhet, which translates to 'Queen's meadow'. A euphoric land with lush green meadows, extensive fruit orchards and soaring pine forests, Ranikhet has plenty to offer.

Highlights:
For an ethereal experience, you have Katarmal Sun Temple, Dwarahat shrine.
-Nearby is the Vishambhar Shiva Temple and Dunagiri Temple, Jhula Devi Temple and Haidakhan Babaji Temple.
-The Chaubatia Gardens for a walk through orchards, Ashiyana park and Upat Golf course for the scenic beauty. Bhalu Dam, Majkhali, a small hamlet, Naukuchiatal lake are places for some fun activities.

Best time to visit:
Between March - June or September - February.

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Almora

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Almora is a cantonment town at about 1811 m above the sea level. The little hamlet is located at the ridge of the Kumaon Hills of the Himalayas, Almora is profusely rich in cultural heritage, magnificent wildlife, and intoxicating views of the Himalayas. At the apex of Almora, you get the view of the Nanda Devi and Trishul peaks. An excellent place for your next hilly getaway.

Almora is one of the jewels in the crown of Uttarakhand,
The Centuries-old Almora temples are a remarkable example of architecture that will take you back in time. Along with some unique and fun activities, you will have the time of your life.

Highlights:
-For the view and the scenery; Zero Point, Bright End Corner, Martola, Simtola, Kasar Devi and Dwarahat Village. For spirituality and tranquillity; Jageshwar Temple, Kasar Devi Temple, Katarmal Sun Temple, Chitai Golu Devta Temple and Nanda Devi Temple.
-For wildlife and history; Deer Park, Lakhudiyar, Kalimath, Govind Balla Pant Museum and Kumaon Regiment Centre Museum.
The places here are also host to several exciting activities.

Best time to visit:
Between April - June or September - November.

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Pithoragarh

Pithoragarh

Pithoragarh, a town 1514 m above sea level, is nuzzled between the Soar valley in the inner Himalayan region. It is also fondly known as the "little Kashmir" for its serenity and dense forests.

Parts of the district are consistently covered in snow and is a splendid haven, perfect for a snowball fight or that snow angel. Pithoragarh holds historical significance during the regime of the Chand Kings of Kumaon. It has various religious tourist attractions and mind-blowing scenery.

Highlights:
-Jolingkong lake, Anchherital lake, Pithoragarh Fort, London fort are top attractions,
-Kapileshwar Mahadev temple, Dhwaj temple, Haat Kalika temple, Mostamanu temple are the religious spots,
-Didihat hills, Kafni glacier, Chandak hill, Maharaja Park for adventure sports and the view and Askot Sanctuary to catch a glimpse of snow leopards in particular among other animals and birds.

Best Time to Visit:
Is between April – November.

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Sitla

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It is a prominent tourist spot, 5 kilometres from Mukeshwar. This hill station is spread across 39 acres on Sitla Estate, covered in oak and pine trees, orchards and beautiful architecture. This village in the mountains is mystical with its panoramic view of the Himalayas. Nainital is about an hour away from here.

A perfect getaway from city life, things here are calm and soothing. The realm is excellent for trekking or a stroll; and birding opportunities. You can also try fruit picking in the vast orchards.

Highlights:
-A trip to Mukeshwar, Nathuakhan and Peora (hill station) visit The archaic Mukteshwar temple,
-Close to it are, the Mukteshwar Inspection Bungalow, Chauli ki Jali, the view of the Nandi Devi peaks, the Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Bhalu Gaad waterfalls, Shopping at Kimora shop, --------Trekking, Camping, Paragliding, Mountain climbing and Rappelling can also be done.

Best time to visit:
Is between March-May or September - December.

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Sattal

Sattal
This cluster of seven crystal clear lakes nestled amidst the lower Himalayas is one of the most striking places to visit here. The lakes that form Sattal include Purna Tal, Sita Tal, Ram Tal, Garud Tal, Nal Damyanti Tal, Sukh Tal, and Laxman Tal. Surrounded by the rustic natural beauty of oak and pine woods and emerald-green meadows, this place is perfect for those who want to escape into the serenity of nature.

Highlights: Sattal is the home to exotic migratory birds like Great Barbet, Kalij pheasant, Red-billed blue magpie, Pygmy Woodpecker, etc. Enjoy adventure activities like paragliding, fishing, trekking, etc. Explore the beautiful lakes by boating.

Best time to visit: March to June and September to December.
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Haldwani

Haldwani
Located in the Kumon region of the state of Uttarakhand, Haldwani is one of the most charming hill stations near Nainital. Often known as the gateway to Kumaon, the place is known so because of its native forests of Haldu (Kadamb) trees. Haldwani is visited by nature lovers for its rustic landscape comprising dense forests, rivers, and the plains of the Indo-Gangetic region. It has a rich heritage dating to the 14th-century and is said to have changed hands between the Mughals and the local rulers.

Highlights: The picturesque Gaula Dam on the river by the same name. The ancient Durga temple that offers beautiful sunrise & sunset views. Devbhoomi Adventureland for its fun rides and great food.

Best time to visit: September to March.
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Kasauli

Kasauli
Located in the Solan District of Himachal Pradesh, this quaint cantonment town is one of the best hill stations near Nainital for a mountainside getaway. Surrounded by snow-capped Himalayan peaks and acres of dense forests of Horse Chestnut and Himalayan Oak, Kasauli’s charm is further accentuated by its Victorian-era ambience as seen in its beautiful landmarks.

Highlights: Kasauli houses exotic bird species like Striated Prinias, Jungle owlet, Red-billed blue magpie, etc. The 18th-century Christ Church for its stunning Gothic architecture. Monkey Point to see views of Chandigarh and Sutlej River. Kasauli Brewery, one of the oldest in the country. Adventure activities like rappelling, valley crossing, rock climbing, etc. here.

Best time to visit: April-June and September to November.
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Bageshwar

Bageshwar
Located in the Kumaon district of Uttarakhand, this beautiful place traces back its history to the 7th-century. The change of hands between the empires of the Katyuris, Gorkhas, and the British have left an indelible mark on its heritage as is seen in its culture and landmarks. Nestled between the Himalayas and the Shivaliks, it is known for its scenic landscape dotted with rivers and lush valleys.

Highlights: The ancient Bagnath Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and the Chandrika Temple dedicated to Goddess Durga. The Uttarayani Fair held during January each year is a major attraction. Bageshwar is the base camp for several famous treks to glaciers like Pindari and Kafni.

Best time to visit: March to May.
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Gwaldam

Gwaldam
One of the most picturesque hill stations around Nainital, Gwaldam is located between Kumaon and Garhwal. This silent and secluded place is set amidst acres of lush apple orchards and deodar forests and is perfect for those who are looking for solitude amidst nature. Gwaldam has a rich heritage and has been ruled by the Katyuris and the Garhwal kings.

Highlights: Gwaldam is famous for being the base camp for famous treks like Roopkund and Lord Curzon Trail. It offers views of some of the highest Himalayan peaks like Nanda Devi, Mount Trishul, and the River Pindari from the ancient Badhangari temple. Angora Farm to see local Himalayan animal species. Machhi Tal, which is a British-era picnic spot and fish farm.

Best time to visit: March to May.
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Naukuchiatal

Naukuchiatal

Bestowed with stunning natural beauty, Naukuchiatal is a lake with nine corners and is one of the most intriguing hill stations near Nainital. It has a rugged yet beautiful landscape comprising lush misty valleys, hills, and meadows. The lake is almost 132 ft. and is the deepest lake in Nainital.

Highlights: Lord Brahma Temple here has a legend that anyone doing a parikrama will be blessed by the Lord himself. Enjoy boating, yachting, and parasailing at the lake. Adventure activities like paragliding, trekking, and fishing. ‘Escape Festival’ that’s held in March each year.

Best time to visit: March-June and September to November

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Ramgarh

Ramgarh
The serene and charming Ramgarh is dotted with acres of lush orchards of pear, apricots, peach, and apple orchards and is one of the most beautiful hill stations around Nainital. The hill station is still lesser known as compared to other hill stations here and therefore offers the perfect mountainside getaway. Rabindranath Tagore has been one of the most famous visitors to Ramgarh and is said to have composed several of his poems here.

Highlights: See exotic birds like Blue whistling thrushes, Indian peafowl, pipits, etc. See the lush orchards and enjoy fresh jams and squashes. Jungle trails at the lush forests here.

Best time to visit: October-May.
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Nathuakhan

Set amidst the Kumaon mountains, Nathuakhan is a beautiful hill station that offers undulated views of the snow-capped Himalayan peaks. Its landscape is covered in dense forests of pine, kafal, birch, and oak trees that are dotted with rustic village houses. Since it is one of the least-known hill stations around Nainital it offers the perfect break from the chaos of the touristy places amidst silence and serenity of nature.

Highlights: The fruit orchards to enjoy freshly-squeezed juice and delicious jams and jellies. Jungle trails and forest camping. Meet the locals and try authentic Pahari food.

Best time to visit: March-June and September to November.
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Jalna


Located near Almora, this remote and charming place is perfect to lose yourself in the wilderness of nature away from the chaos of the touristy places. One of the most beautiful hill stations near Nainital, Jalna is a great place to explore the wilderness. The place traces its history to the 18th-century when it was discovered by a British Major General Robert Wheeler.

Highlights: Jungle trails and night camping in the forests. Spot local Himalayan bird species in the dense forests. Stay with the local families to get to know their lifestyle and culture closely. Tuck into delicious and authentic Garhwali and Kumaoni food here. Savour stunning views of snow-covered Himalayan peaks.

Best time to visit: November to March. 
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Majkhali

Located near Ranikhet and Almora Road, Majkhali is known for its pristine beauty, picnic spots, and ancient temples. This is one of the lesser-known hill stations around Nainital that offers a perfect getaway into the beauty of the Himalayas, views of the snow-covered peaks, and wilderness of the forests.

Highlights: The ancient Ram Mandir and Jhula Devi Temples.  See stunning views of Mount Trishul and Nanda Devi, two of the highest Himalayan peaks. Enjoy trekking in the lush Himalayan foothills and to the Bhalu Dam for a day-long picnic.

Best time to visit: March to June.
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Binsar

Binsar
One of the most scenic places in the Kumaon Hills, Binsar is one of the best mountainside getaways in the region. One of the few hill stations near Nainital to offer panoramic views of some of the highest Himalayan peaks like Trishul, Nanda Devi, Panchchuli, and Chaukhamba. Binsar offers undiscovered jungle trails and beautiful nooks of the valleys that are still unexplored.

Highlights: Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary to see leopards, black bear, red fox, porcupines, etc. Trek in dense forests blooming with rhododendrons. Binsar Zero Point for 360-degree views of Himalayan peaks. The 16th-century Bineshwar Mahadev Temple and the Gairar Golu Devta. The fascinating Priyadeva is a must-visit to see stone relics dating to the Megalithic Age.

Best time to visit: March-June and September to November
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Berinag

Berinag
One of the least known and hence serene hill stations around Nainital, Berinag is located in the Pithoragarh District of Uttarakhand. Known as the town of snake temples, Berinag is a holy place for the locals. Not many people know that Berinag produces the finest teas in the region grown in its lush sprawling tea estates that were once famous in London tea houses. The forests here have exotic species of trees like ironwood, Pindrow, Himalayan cypress, and alder.

Highlights: See stunning views of mountain ranges in India and Nepal like Nanda Devi and Panchachuli. Attend local festivals to enjoy local folk songs & dances like Chholiya and Jagar on instruments like Turri, Bhankora, and Ransingha.

Best time to visit: March to June. 
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Didihat

Located in the Pithoragarh District, this is a small but very picturesque place known for its natural beauty, worship sites, and unexplored terrain. One of the most culturally rich hill stations near Nainital, Didihat was ruled by the kings of Katyuri, Raika, and Chand dynasties who have left beautiful imprints on its architecture. The name Didihat translates to ‘the fertile valley’ as is evident in its lush landscape dotted with mountain streams and valleys.

Highlights: Attend the vibrant festival of Kumaoni Holi. Ancient Sirakot Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva that was built by the Raika kings. Askot Musk Deer Sanctuary see the native wild deer. Didihat offers views of Himalayan peaks like Trishul and Panchachuli.

Best time to visit: March to June.
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Manila

Located in the Almora District, Manila is an obscure hamlet in the state of Uttarakhand. This only adds to its elusive charm making it one of the best hill stations near Nainital. Manila is a place that’s rampant with mountainside folklore, heritage of its erstwhile Katyuri rulers, and traditions. Its landscape comprises verdant Himalayan valleys and sprawling meadows.

Highlights: See views of the mighty Trishul, Nanda Devi, and Panchchuli peaks and the glorious sunrise and sunsets over them. The ancient Manila Mata Temple dating to the Katyuri-era. Enjoy jungle hikes in the lush forests here and night camp to enjoy sunrise and sunset views.

Best time to visit: March to June.
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Kalika

Kalika
Located near Ranikhet in Uttarakhand, this is a small town nestled cozily amidst lush green forests and Himalayan peaks. One of the best places to enjoy undulated time amidst crisp mountainside air and beautiful landscape, long jungle walks, and camping, Kalika is sure to leave you with beautiful memories.

Highlights: Ancient Kalika Devi Temple. Local flower nursery to enjoy scenic greenery. Upat Kalika Army Golf Course is believed to be the highest in Asia. Savour glorious sunrise and sunset views over the Himalayan peaks here minus the chaos and noise of the touristy places.

Best time to visit: March to June.
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17 November 2019
Excellent
This is the best property you'll come across in Nainital. It suits every kind of travel perfectly. Whether it is solo, couple or family. The best part about the property is the hospitality and friendliness of the staff. Bonfire with evening snacks has made our evening. A must-visit resort. Will highly recommended.
04 December 2020
Excellent
It was our first visit to Nainital. We have chosen this place to celebrate my mother's birthday with a family trip. Booked it through Thrillophilia, the deal was pocket friendly with great offers and no hassle in check in and check out at the property. Our stay was of 2 days and we have chosen the Oak room which has a very cool theme and we loved the property. I and my brother have also booked a romantic dinner for our parents to let them spend quality time and they enjoyed it. The staff was cooperative and very friendly. Everyone wished my mother including the manager. Taking back a lot of remembering, Thank you so much the resort staff and Thrillophilia
01 February 2020
Excellent
The location of the resort is so amazing you can see the beautiful nature from there, a perfect place for an amazing and relaxing weekend. The greenery everywhere was so refreshing, I totally enjoyed the bird watching and have played all the indoor outdoor games with my friends. It was a nice experience there. Thanks to Thrillophilia, Will surely make bookings and travel with you again!
18 December 2019
Excellent
I went to Nainital with my family on a weekend and we booked Manu Maharani from Thrillophilia as they provide stays with activities. It was easy to book online through this site. The hotel was so beautiful, the entire property was well maintained, the garden area was so beautiful, The staff was so friendly and cooperative. The Spa session was very calming. The food was tasty. Thanks for the wonderful stay experience.
19 December 2019
Excellent
This is one of the best stay in Nainital. The amazing view from the room is outstanding and rooms were well maintained & the food was really good. The Lake facing rooms are super cool. We enjoyed a lot there and I highly recommend this resort to stay in Nainital.
09 January 2021
Excellent
An amazing trip to the Lakes of and around Nainital. Support received was amazing and the operator was friendly, safe and informative. The car was clean and sanitized and gave a comfortable experience.
08 December 2019
Excellent
At first i would like to appreciate Thrillophilia for their discounted deals for every tour I make. I love to book from this platform it saves a lot of money and time. Our stay was well defined with luxury and close to the nature. Enjoyed bird watching activity with my family.
17 January 2020
Excellent
Loved everything about this resort. Staff was very helpful and available for any request you have with smiling faces. The food was delicious. Trekking was fun and we enjoyed a lot at our trek. Thanks Thrillophilia Easy booking with hassle-free check in at the resort
11 January 2020
Excellent
Had a great time at the resort with guided nature walk which was complimentary with this package. We had a lot of fun at this property. Very satisfied with overall experience, from booking to check out.
21 November 2019
Excellent
We arrived the resort around 11 am but the rooms were available at 2 PM and we do not wanted to waste our time so have kept our luggage and went for sightseeing. The lake was around 2 km from the resort. It was a picturesque view with greenery everywhere enough to take our tiredness away. Back to the resort for relaxing. The heritage room had a good view of the hills and has a large open space in the children's park. Thanks to Thrillophilia for great deals with discounted offers with hassle free check-in and check out.

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  1. Which are the best Hill Stations near Nainital to visit with family?

    Mukteshwar: Famous for its lush apple orchards and panoramic views of high Himalayan peaks, Mukteshwar is the perfect mountainside getaway. You can enjoy adventure activities like paragliding, rock climbing, and trekking here

    Bhimtal: This charming hill station traces its history to the time of the Mahabharata and is said to have been visited by Bheem. Don’t miss to see the 17th-century Shiva Temple, the pristine lake, the Victoria Dam, and the Butterfly Research Centre

    Ranikhet: Translating to the ‘land of the Queen’, Ranikhet is famous for its forests of pine and deodar trees, views of the snow-capped Himalayan peaks, humongous Golf course, and ancient temples like Jhula Devi temple. Visit the Bhalu Dam to enjoy a sunny picnic

    Almora: This British-era cantonment town is famous for its centuries-old temples like Nanda Devi, Chitai Golu Devta, Kasar Devi Temple, and Lakhutiar cave paintings dating to the Stone Age. Enjoy adventure activities like rock climbing, trekking, and village walks here.

  2. Which is the famous hill station near Nainital within 400 Km?

    Mussoorie: One of the most-visited hill stations in the country, Mussoorie is loved for its stunning views of snow-capped peaks and Victorian-era architecture. Don’t miss visiting Kempty Falls, the famous Mall Road, and the Happy Valley

    Dhanaulti: Escape from the chaos and noise of the touristy places into this secluded yet stunning hill station enveloped in the crisp mountain air and relaxed atmosphere. Enjoy nature trails amidst forests of oaks, rhododendrons, and deodars, visit the Eco Park, and the ancient Surkanda Devi Temple

    Auli: Auli is famously known as the ‘skiing capital of India’ famous for its professionally-managed all-year-round ski resorts. This 8th-century place has Asia’s highest cable car that runs from Joshimath to Auli. Visit the picturesque lush green meadow known as Gurso Bugyal and the Hanuman Temple to get views of Nanda Devi

    Rudraprayag: Located at the confluence of Alaknanda and Mandakini rivers and nestled amidst high mountain lakes, rivers, and meadows. Visit the ancient temples like Jagdamba and Shiva temples and enjoy nature walks & village tourism.

  3. Is Nainital better than Mussoorie?

    Both places are unique in terms of their sightseeing places, weather, and scenery. While Mussoorie has more of Victorian-era charm, viewpoints, Gardens, and waterfalls like Bhatta and Kempty, Nainital have 7 shimmering high mountain lakes. Here, most of the activities are centered around the lakes along with several ancient temples, zoos, eco cave gardens, etc.

  4. How many taal are there in Nainital?

    There are 7 taals in Nainital including Sattal, Naukuchiatal, Khurpatal, Malwatal, Harishtal, Lokhamtal, and Bhimtal.

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