Travel Tips: Plan to visit Nainital with your partner this summer, these places are best to visit!


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If you are planning to visit some cool place with your partner, then Nainital is the best option. The beauty of the hills and lakes here will fascinate you. Nainital is called the city of lakes. There are many famous lakes here, as well as many natural lakes which people come to see every year. The pleasant weather here provides relief to tourists troubled by the heat. The ideal season is from April to July.

In some seasons, Nainital is covered with snow all around. Tourists come from far and wide to enjoy this beauty and after seeing it they do not want to leave from here. But you can plan to visit here in the summer also. There was a time when there were more than 60 lakes here, whose beauty mesmerized people. Tourists come here once and enjoy the natural beauty of Nainital throughout the year.


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Keep these precautions:

People living in the Delhi NCR area can go by their car. The bus fare will be around Rs 600 to Rs 800 only. The cost of living and eating here is also very low. Apart from this, a good hotel can be found for Rs 500 to 1000. Food arrangements outside the hotel are also good. If you are going to Nainital in your car then definitely take some precautions. Drinking and driving is strictly prohibited. Playing FM or music in the car is also prohibited here. You may also be fined for driving while wearing slippers. If you want to go to Mall Road, book a taxi in advance. Whatever the weather, keep warm clothes with you.

Places to visit

Nainital is divided into two parts. The upper part is called Mallital and the lower part is called Tallital. Mallital has Naina Devi temple and open grounds for walking, where people are seen strolling. The place connecting Tallital and Mallital is called Mall Road. This is also a very good place for shopping.



Nainital Railway Station

has a 24-hour bus service from Delhi to Nainital. It is located 310 kilometres away from Delhi. Kathgodam is also called the 'Gateway to the Kumaon Hills'. It is located 35 kilometres away from Nainital.