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iXiGOers Apr 24 2013

Suggest a 3 day tour itinerary for Nainital.

Debangana Sen Nov 06 2014
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Here’s how you can plan a 3 day trip to Nainital. One of the most popular and commercialized tourist spots in Uttarakhand, Nainital is blessed with natural beauty and also serves as a base for visiting nearby tourist attractions

Naini Lake (by abhishekkaushal)

Day 1

Assuming that you will be arriving here by early to mid morning, you can start the day by visiting Naini Lake, the main attraction of this hill station. This is a beautiful expanse of pristine blue waters that is made even more picturesque with the looming Himalayan ranges in the backdrop. Boating is a must here. There is also the famous Naina Devi Temple near this lake--a beautiful ancient architecture built in the 15th century.

Naina Devi Temple (by Vipin8169)

The main roads around the lake are the Mall Road and the Lake Bridge, both of which get too crowded, unless you come here really early in the morning. This road is quite lively, lined with shops and showrooms selling all kinds of wares, so you can go ahead with some shopping as well. There are a number of good restaurants in Nainital, where you can have your lunch.

Fruit tarts (by Jeffrey Bary)

Post lunch, you can explore Mallital (upper region) where you can enjoy the cable ride. The ropeway connects the Snow View Point with the lower reaches of Nainital. The main bazaar is Mallital is full of restaurants and shops, where you can get a quick bite to eat. In case you haven’t finalised you hotel yet, check out Manu Maharani Nainital, which is located on the Grassmere Estate.

The Gurney House (by Schwiki)

Mallital also house the Gurney House, which served as the residence of the famous hunter-turned-conservationist, Jim Corbett. This has been turned into a museum contain artifacts and memorabilia pertaining to Corbett’s life. While in Mallital, you must not miss out on visiting St. John in the Wilderness, a 19th century beautiful church in Mallital, that is still preserved in its original form. It has a beautiful Neo-Gothic architecture and amazing Belgian stained glass windows. This is an absolute must visit during your 3 day trip to Nainital.

Day 2

Forest treks in Nainital (by gkrishna63)

Nainital has a number of pretty spots around its township that make for great day trips. You can head towards Tufri-Top (4 km), which is a great trekking place that is covered with cedar and oak forests. The trek here tends to go quite steep in some places, so you can also hitch a pony ride if required. Another option is to head to Bhimtal-Naukuchiatal.

Bhimtal Lake (by Cruze17)

In the second half of the day, you can head towards the Nainital Zoo, a one of a kind zoo where you can get close to the animals and hand-feed them! You can spend the rest of the day visiting the various viewpoints like Lover’s Point and Suicide Point, that offer magnificent views of the distant Himalayan peaks on a clear day.

Day 3

On Day 3, you can revisit some of the places that you liked in the previous days. But it can be made more exciting if you decide to venture further out and explore other places near Nainital.The places that you can choose to visit are listed below:

  1. Sariyatal (5 km)--A picturesque stream located on the Kaladungi Road
  2. Pangot Village (16 km)--A trekker’s paradise, especially around the Guano Hills.
  3. Sattal (20 km)--This group of seven lakes is a nice spot for fishing and bird-watching. There are plenty of intriguing treks to explore.

A Royal Bengal Tiger in Corbett National Park (by Soumyajit Nandy)

If you want to go all out, you can also try visiting the Jim Corbett National Park, the starting boundary of which is barely 50 km from Nainital. Apart from the beautiful forests teeming with a variety of wildlife, you can also enjoy a relaxing stay at one of the many wildlife resorts in the area. A special mention goes to the Namah Resorts, that has a pool, a spa, a restaurant and bar and many other facilities to make your trip to the Corbett National Park, a fantastic one!

This plan for a 3 day trip to Nainital makes the most of your vacation to this beautiful hill station.
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In my opinion, spend one day in Nainital visiting its lakes Naukuchiyatal, Talli Tal, Malli Tal etc and enjoy evening at The Mall, Nainital.

Spend another two days in Jim Carbett National Park are explore nearby hill stations of Ranikhet and Almora.

Manish Kumar Mar 02 2015
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Its March, Nainital Is Calling
– A Perfect Time for Outdoors

Day 01: Nainital (Ex Delhi 320 KMS/ 8 HOURS; Ex Kathgodam 35 km; Ex Corbett 70 km)
Hotel - The Manu Maharani, www.themanumaharani.com
A Special M&M reception (Meet & Greet on Arrival with Refreshing Chef's Signature Beverages and choice of cakes & cookies) at Tea Lounge/ Patio followed by Check - In to Well-Appointed Room. Afternoon at Leisure. Unwinding Walking Trip to Malls with Complementary Access to Boat House Club with 30 Minutes Boating at Naini Lake. Evening Bonfire follwed by Multi - Course Dinner with add on choices of Local Kumaoni Cuisine. Good Night with Compliments & Picture Postcards of Tiffin Top, Pangot - Kunjakharak Drive.
Day's Recommendation -
1. Enquire about The Menu at The Olive Spa
2. Check on Tiffin Top for your next day Morning Hike with packed breakfast.
3. Plan out your Next Day Special Dinner with our F & B Representative
Day 02: Nainital
Hotel - The Manu Maharani
Post your breakfast with choice ranging from healthy Serials e.g. Oats to indulging Aloo Parathas, leave for leisurely drive to Pangot & Kunjakharak - A beautiful drive with view of The Himalayas & Valley(Hot Lunch can be pre booked on Payments). Rest of the afternoon free for Leisure/ Spa. Special Dinner at Panorama along with Happy Hour Exclusive & Tailor made Offers at The Viceroy from . Good Night with compliments & Book - My Kumaon, written by the one of the very famous son of the soil, Jim Corbett.
Day's Recommendation -
1. Check out for Souvenir Shop - Himjoli
Day 03: NAINITAL/ Onward Destination
Post your breakfast, time to say Good Bye & Happy Journey Ahead.
Varun Gupta Mar 08 2016
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