Welcomes You To Make Your Own Enchanting Memories Uttarakhand is popularly known for the tourism sites it possesses. The tourists sites are not only limited to pilgrim sites but also National parks, hills, valleys and lakes. One of its major spots of attraction and holiday spending destination is “Nainital”. It is sometimes titled as Queens of hills in India. The name Nainital has been derived from a goddess name that used to thrive near the lake.
Mesmerism of Nainital:
Nainital is one of the most populated hill stations in India. The tourists from India as well as across the globe visit this place to spend their luxury holidays in hotels in Nainital near lake. It is located near a pear shaped lake named “Naini”.Excellent view of Himalayas can be observed from this hill station. The hill station has a perfect blend of adventures, natures, traditions and cultures. People flock to this place along with their family to rejoice some leisurely time in the lap of Mother Nature. Summer in Nainital is some of the things that shouldn’t be missed. When there is loo all around in India, Nainital has its pleasant weather. The chilly nights during winter of Nainital caters its tourists with joy. The beauty of Nanital enriches our eyes which is the only crowd pulling attraction. Nainital is the visual treat to eyes to witness the snow covered mountain, frozen lake and greenery.
Specialties in Nainital:
The resorts in Nainital are quite luxurious. Nainital is a great place for shopping woolen clothes. Shawls, scarves and cardigan are exclusively sold in this area. The cuisines of Nainital vary to different ranges. Raas is a local dish prepared from lentils and relished by most of the tourists. Flavored jams are the specialty of Nainital. It also celebrates all festivals with great joy and enthusiasm.
As it is no doubt a nice destination, couples plan their honeymoon in resorts in Nainital. From the plethora of sites, Ranikhet, Almora, Bhimtal are some popular destination for visit. Nainital even homes the first National park, The Jim Corbett National Park.