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- Nainital : Nainital is a glittering jewel in the Himalayan necklace, blessed with scenic natural splendour and varied natural resources. Dotted with Lakes, Nainital has earned the epithet of ‘Lake District’ of India. The most prominent of the lakes is the Naini lake ringed by hills. Some of the other important sites in the district of Nainital include Haldwani, Kaladhungi, Ramnagar, Bhowali, Ramgarh, Mukteshwar, Bhimtal, Sattal and Naukuchiatal. Nainital’s unending expanse of scenic beauty is nothing short of a romance with awe-inspiring and pristine Mother nature.
- Almora: Almora is a magnificent town with a long history. The Kashaya Hill on which the town is built finds a mention in the scripture of the Skanda Purana. In 1560 Raja Kalyan Chand of Kumaon made it the capital of his kingdom. At that time it was called Rajapur and ancient inscriptions on many places still have Rajapur carved on them. The rule of the Chand dynasty came to an end after the gorkhas from Nepal occupied the area in 1790. The British defeated the Gorkhas in 1815, and established a small Army and a Cantonment.
- Ranikhet: The charming hill station of Ranikhet is located in the Almora district of Uttaranchal at an elevation of 1,829mts above sea level. Ranikhet has everything to pacify the nerves of an avid city dweller. The salubrious atmosphere, tall conifer trees, green meadows and placid surroundings makes Ranikhet a unique hill station.
- Kausani: Kausani is a celebrated site for its panoramic exquisiteness and views of enchanting Himalayas. Nature has bestowed Kausani with its beauty to make it a destination par-excellence level. Mahatma Gandhi was also driven by the beauteousness of Kausani.
- Binsar: Situated 94 kms away from Nainital and 30 km away from the township of Almora, Binsar lies nestled amongst thick forests of Oak and Rhodendron and offers spectacular views of the Himalayan peaks. The entire region is now a wildlife sanctuary and has a host of wildlife like leopards, bears and barking deer. The temple of Binsar lies nearby. One of the many legends concerning Binsar states that ‘Should anyone take away anything belonging to the God or his worshippers an avenging spirit compels him conscience stricken to restore it twenty fold. Even the faithless and the dishonest are said to be reformed by a visit to Binsar’.
- Corbett (Ramnagar): The Corbett park is first national park of India established in the year 1936 it was named Hailey National Park. In 1957 ,the park was rechristened as the Corbett National Park in the memory of Late Jim Corbett great naturalist ,eminent conservationist. It is 118 Kms. from Nainital via Kaladhungi & Ramnagar.
- Chuakori: The charming and picturesque Chaukori is situated in the heart of Pithoragarh district 16 km from Vijaypur or 46 km from Bageshwar. Literally cupped in a bowl by the surrounding majestic Himalayas. Chaukori is famous not only for the magnificent view it offers from Nanda Devi to Panchchuli and beyond but quite unrivalled for its breathtakingly beautiful sunset. The spectacular sunrise and sunset tinge the awe-inspiring pristine peaks, making Chaukori an idyllic for the tea shrubs grown by enterprising locales and the fields of ripening corn, fruits orchards and pine, oak and rhododendron trees excude and enchanting charm.
- Bhimtal: It is about 22 Kms. from Nainital and 11 Kms. from Bhowali at an altitude of 1370 mts. The pride of Bhimtal is a beautiful lake which offers magnificent vistas for tourists. The lake is larger than Naini lake. Tourist enjoys here boating in lake. There is an island amid lake a restaurant is located atop it. Tourist visit here by boats. The distance of island from lake shore is 91 mts.The hills on the western side of the lake are considerably higher than on the east, and are of such formation that it is highly improbable that the lake can ever dry up. The entire bottom of the lake is comparatively even, and is composed of rock shale and pulverized silicates. Near the swamp end true peat is found which burns fairly when dried.
- Jageshwar: Situated 94 kms away from Nainital and 30 km away from the township of Almora, Binsar lies nestled amongst thick forests of Oak and Rhodendron and offers spectacular views of the Himalayan peaks. The entire region is now a wildlife sanctuary and has a host of wildlife like leopards, bears and barking deer. The temple of Binsar lies nearby. One of the many legends concerning Binsar states that ‘Should anyone take away anything belonging to the God or his worshippers an avenging spirit compels him conscience stricken to restore it twenty fold. Even the faithless and the dishonest are said to be reformed by a visit to Binsar’.
- Mukteshwar: At an elevation of 2,290 metres, at a charming town, Mukteshwar, merges into the Lohuket range. From the early summer to late autumn is presented by a splendid panoramic view of the snow-ciad Himalayas. Mukteshwar is famous for Mukteshwar Mahadev Temple and Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI), established in 1898.