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►NainiTal◄ | the.india

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Nainital is situated in the valley of the Gagar
range of the Himalayas, which extends from
east to the west and connects to the peak of
China in the north. Its breathtaking beauty
and pleasant climate attracts thousands of
tourists around the year. Being surrounded by prominent peaks and hills, it is one of the
most enchanting hill stations within the Indian

People normally associate the place with its
exquisite Naini Lake. It is within a perimeter
of 2 miles and is encircled by seven hills
having many villas and resorts. People enjoy
yachting, boating, and paddling in the calm
waters of the lake. Historical evidence shows that earlier the water was crystal clear and
one could see the reflection of the seven
peaks of the surrounding hills in the lake.
However, at night, the reflection of light
bulbs from buildings on the hills looks
magnificent into the lake waters.

Seven hills that surround the Nainital Lake are
Ayarpata (2,235 metres); Alma (2,270
metres); Deopata (2,273 metres); Sher-ka-
Danda (2,217 metres); Laria Kanta (2,481
metres); Cheena (2,611 metres); and Handi
Bandi (2,139 metres). ‘Ayarpata’ derived its name is from the Ayar tree.

How to Reach
Nainital is well connected to Delhi and other
smaller towns located close to the hill station.
The nearest railway station is in Kathgodam,
which is 35 km away. The Indira Gandhi
International Airport in Delhi is the closest to
Nainital. Regular private buses ply between Delhi and Nainital. It takes close to 8 hours to
Nainital by road from Delhi.

The best time to visit Nainital is from
December to June.


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