About Nainital, Uttarakhand, India.

Category : Tour & Travels

Nainital, also known as Naini Tal, is one of the most popular hill station in Uttarakhand state of India. As the state’s High Court is located in Nainital so it’s also called judicial capital of Uttarakhand. It is headquarter of the Kumaon Division as well as an important district. It also includes the Governor of Uttarakhand, who lives in the Raj Bhavan.


Naini Tal is located at an elevation of 2084 meters. It has an area of 11.74 km². The population of Nainital as per 2011 survey was approximately 34,000. The official language of Nainital his Hindi. The local language is Kumaoni. Naini Tal is located at a distance of 285 km from Dehradun, The state capital of Uttarakhand. It’s located at a distance of To 290 km from Delhi. Nainital is one of the most popular hill stations of Uttarakhand. It has a beautiful lake by the name of Naini Lake. It has one of the highest peak in this region. China peak is approximately at an elevation of 2600 m. It has a dense forest and conservation reserve by the name of Naina Devi bird conservation reserve.


Nainital is surrounded by many mountains like Ayarpata, Devpata, Hanibani, China Peak or Naina Peak, Alma, Ladiya Kanta, Sher ka Danda etc.


Nainital has pleasant weather whole of the year. People can enjoy cool evenings in summers also and winter has snowfall. Nainital is the centre of good rainfall in Uttarakhand. It experiences a total rainfall of approx 1.85 m per year. The temperature ranges between 7° to 28° in summers and -6° to 10° in winters. Nainital has a beautiful flora and fauna. It is surrounded bye lush green jungles and high mountains. If you are visiting Nainital than don’t forget to stay at Pangot. It is one of the best villages in Nainital district. It Is slightly colder then Nainital and more peaceful also. This is the favourite place for tourists. If you’re visiting Nainital then don’t forget to keep warm clothes with you and book a hotel/ resort in advance. As it is almost full by tourists in summers…


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