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Industrial Tour to Nanital

Nainital industrial visit can be very amazing for students. There is numerous manufacturing units like Nestle Aryabhatta Research Institute of Observational Sciences, India Ltd, Parle Agro, Brittania Industries, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. , LA OPALA RG, Tata Motors, Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd, Bosch Chassis System PVT.Ltd. and many more industries there.

Shri Naina Devi

Shri Naina Devi Ji is one of the most notable places of worship in Himachal Pradesh. Located in Distt Bilaspur, it is one of the 51 Shaktipeeths where limbs of Sati fell on Earth. This holy place witnesses the huge crowd of pilgrims and devotees round the year and especially during Shravan Ashtami and in the Navratras of Chaitra & Ashwin.


Hanumangarhi is a temple of Lord Hanuman in Ayodhya. More than 70 steps lead to the main Hanuman temple which is one of the most popular temples of Lord Hanuman in North India.


The Kumaon region consists of a large Himalayan tract, together with two submontane strips called the Terai and the Bhabhar. The submontane strips were up to 1850 an almost impenetrable forest, given up to wild animals.


Kilbury, At about 12 km. From Nainital at a height of (2528 MT) lies a place fit for weekend picnics. It is famous for its flora and fauna and bird watching. One can have a wide panoramic view of Himalayas along with a view of Tarai and Bhabhar.

Snow view

Snow view – (2270 MT) About 3 kms from the town and also accessible via a Cable Car/ Rope Way. Snow view is one of the most visited tourist spots of the town. It provides enchanting view of the town and 350 km long range of the Glittering Mighty Himalayas.

China Peak

China Peak – is a ski area in Central California. It opened in 1958, named after the mountain, Chinese Peak. In 1981 the resort was purchased by the Snow Summit company and the name was changed to Sierra Summit before the 1982-1983 season.


TIFFIN TOP – (2290 mt) also known as Dorothy’s seat -in memory of an English lady Mrs. Kellet Dorothy, who was killed in an air crash Tiffin top is a short trek of about 3 kms from Nainital and provides excellent view of the Himalayas and the town.


Rajbhawan – The Governor’s House – Raj Bhawan area is 220 acres and was built in the line of Buckingham Palace London, having double storied 113 rooms. State guests & V.I.P. coming to Nainital also use it for their stay. It consists of a marvellous Garden, Golf Links, Swimming Pool and covered with lush green area of Deodar and Oak trees.

Nainital Zoo

Nainital Zoo – is among the very well maintained Zoos in India. It is situated in the hills of Sher ka Danda at about 1 km. From Tallital Bus Station at an elevation of 2100 meters above sea level and connected by motorable road.

Nainital Flats

Nainital Flats –
A wide level ground is known as Flats, one can see players playing Football, Cricket, Basket Ball at Flats. There is a fountain, band stand, a statue of Pt. Govind Ballabh Pant near Flats, One vehicle parking & tibbetan market is also located near Flats. Nainital excursions cabs are available from here. Boats play in the lake for the visitors and a boat ride is extremely enjoyable.

The Mall

The Mall
On one of side of lake is the Mall road now it is known as Govind Ballabh Pant Marg. Number of hotels, food joints, shops, banks and other business concerns are here.This road is the main link joining Mallital and Tallital.

St. John Church

St. John Church
The church of St. John was established in 1844 and is located on the north end of town (Mallital), about half a mile north-west of the Naina Devi temple.The church was so named by Daniel Wilson, the Bishop of Calcutta, who, after falling ill during a visit to Nainital in 1844 to lay the foundation of the church, was obliged to sleep in an unfinished house on the edge of the forest. A brass plaque on the altar is inscribed with names of the victims of the Landslip of 1880.


Pangot – Walking into Pangot is like stepping into a fairytale village. Tucked away within the Kumaon hills, with magical forests echoing the songs of hundreds of colourful birds and little trails that disappear into sunlit glades, that’s Pangot for you.

Thanda Sadak

Thanda Sadak is a cold road as its perplexing name proposes. Thanda sadak presupposes the calm and scenic beauty of green hills surrounding Nainital and the Lake, where one can succumb oneself in the warmth of nature, the sweet sound of the gentle breeze puffing through the trees and chirping of birds makes a musical serenade.

Gurney House

Gurney House is a historic building located in Nainital, Uttarakhand, India, and was the residence of hunter-conservationist and writer Jim Corbett. It is located near Nainital Lake, and was built in 1881.

Guano Hills

Guano Hills have an excellent track for long walks. A trail through the Guano Hills takes you through a thicket of oak, deodar and bamboo. A few may be lucky enough to spot rare species of birds such as the black-chinned babbler and gray woodpeckers. Many more flora and fauna can be traced by nature lovers and enthusiasts.

Aurobindo Ashram

Aurobindo Ashram is an ashram is located at Dandia Bazar in the city of Vadodara, Gujarat, western India. It was the first ever ashram to become so popular in south areas.
Relics of Sri Aurobindo are present here. It is open to all for meditation. It houses a library, study room and sales emporium. Here you can find all books by and on Sri Aurobindo and The Mother.

Mall Road

Mall Road is was constructed during the British colonial rule, The Mall Road is the main road which runs through the heart of the Nainital town parellel to the lake connecting the two ends of the town. The Mall road now named Govind Ballabh Pant Marg.

Aerial ropeway

Nainital Ropeway – is one of the main attractions of Nainital. This ropeway connects Snow-View Point (at 2270 Mts.) With Nainital near flats.Aerial ropeway starts at Mallital, there are only two trolleys to carry passengers.

Cave Garden

The Eco Cave Garden-is fast becoming a popular destination. Located in Sukhtal or Mallital as it is commonly known, on the Kaladungi road, it is a natural park maintained by the local administration.A network of inter-connected rocky caves and hanging gardens, it leads the visitor into a mysterious and ancient dream – world and gives the tourist an encapsulated glimpse of what the wilderness of the hill-region can offer-right in the easily approachable middle of civilization. Drive straight up to entrance, climb up a short flight of steps cut into the hill-side, and enter the cave – world of our prehistoric ancestors.

Lands Ends

LAND’S END – (2118 MT) About 4 kms from town provides a magnificent view of the plains and the beautiful Khurpa Tal surrounded by beautiful village and pine forests.


Bhimtal – named after the mythological Bhima of the Mahabharat, is close to Nainital in Uttarakhand. The town has come up around one of a group of many natural lakes in Nainital, the Lake District in the state.
The small green town at an altitude of 1370 meters in the Kumaon Hills in the lesser Himalayas, is at a lower elevation than Nainital,


Khurpatal – At an altitude of 5500 ft (1635 MT) there lies just another beautiful spot at a distance of 12 km from Nainital popularly known as Khurpatal. It is considered to be anglers paradise having clear water and a good harvest of fishes.
The route to Khurpatal is lined with tall trees. Many of them growing by the sheer drop by the road seem to be standing there by luck! On the Bajpur Road – Kaladgungi Road.

Nanda Devi Raj

Nanda Devi Raj – Jat is one of the world’s famous pilgrimages/ festivals of Uttarakhand in India.[1] People from entire Garhwal division-Kumaon division as well as other parts of India and the world participate in Nanda Devi Raj Jat Yatra.[2] Goddess Nanda Devi is worshipped at dozens of places in Kumaon and garhwal, but the region around Mt. Nanda Devi and its sanctuary, which falls in the Pithoragarh district.

Pashan Devi Mandir

Pashan Devi Mandir – It is on the thandi sarak which runs parallel to ‘the Mall’ road . All the religious ceremony are performed in this temple and Maa Naina Devi mandir.

Corbett National Park

Corbett National Park – Aptly called theland of roar, trumpet and songs. (120 km) away set on the banks of the mighty Ram Ganga river is Dhikala – the main tourist attraction in the world famous and India’s first national Park – Jim Corbett. One can sit in solitude for hours admiring the nature and the river or can go for jeep Safari or Elephant ride for a life thrilling encounter with the Lord of the Jungle – Tiger. The 525 Of forests and more than 500 species of animals, birds fishes and reptibs provides a range of adventure to all -from a child to a man with his adrenaline pumping.


Sariyatal – is about 5 kms away from Nainital on the way to Kaladhungi, nestled this small Lake and a beautiful tourist spot. Sariyatal is a very good place to pass some time in solitude enjoying the beauty of nature.

Aries nainital

Aries nainital It is about 4.5 km from Nainital. Situated at an altitude of (1951 MT). Observatory is basically a place of astronomical studies. Public is shown round some of the instruments during working days at afternoons. For night viewing three four days on moonlight nights are fixed and permission is needed.


Lariakanta, perched an elevation of 2481 m above sea level, is the second highest peak of the Nainital District. It is located at a Distance of around 6 km from the Nainital Town. Tourists can enjoy a bird’s-eye view of the entire region from here.