My Nainital Tour Experience

My Nainital tour experience at a glance…

Last year in the month of June I, my wife, and my 3-year-old Son went for a beautiful and memorable tour of Nainital. We enjoyed a lot there and this was a fantastic tour. Here I explain day to day steps of our tour………

Day 1: We began our tour to Nainital, a beautiful hill station in India. Excitement was at high as my wife, our 3-year-old son, and I embarked on this adventure. We arrived in Nainital and checked into a hotel near Naini Lake. After some settlement in the hotel, we took a walk around Mall Road, buy some items, and explored. We also explored the shops, tasted local snacks, and enjoyed the pleasant weather. In the evening, we went for a delicious dinner and returned to our hotel for a good night’s sleep.

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Day 2: The second day of our tour started with breakfast at the hotel. We already decided at night to visit Naini Lake, the main attraction in the town. We hired a boat and enjoyed a ride in Naini Lake. Our Son feared it as he was in the water for 1st time but enjoyed it more after some time. After the boat ride, we visited Naina Devi Temple, located near the lake. The temple is known for its spiritual significance and breathtaking views of the surrounding hills. In the evening, we visited the Eco Cave Gardens, an interconnected caves. Our son had a great time exploring the caves and playing in the gardens. We returned to the hotel, tired, and had a  family dinner at Hotel. After dinner, we slept early at night.

Day 3: On the third day, we decided to explore the natural beauty around Nainital. We took a Scooty as there were many service providers at different rates. Then we reached the Snow View Point, which offers a beautiful view of the snow-captured Himalayas. We also took some beautiful pics. Then we visited the Tiffin Top, a hilltop picnic spot. After Some time spent, We had lunch while enjoying the views of the town and the surrounding mountains. After this, we visited the Nainital Zoo, where our little one was excited to see various animals. There were 3-4 tigers, leopards, monkeys and many other animals. We ended the day by watching the sunset over Naini Lake. It was a truly magical experience. In the evening we pay Rs 700 to the Scooty service provider and reached to Hotel at night.

Day 4: On the fourth day, we decided to travel to the nearby attractions. 1st We went to Bhimtal Lake, which is larger than Naini Lake and surrounded by green hills. We took a boat ride and enjoyed the Bhimtal Lake. After that, we visited the Naukuchiatal Lake, which is also a beautiful attraction in Nainital. We enjoyed a walk along the lake and took some local food. In the evening, we visited the Mallital Bazaar, a beautiful market where we shopped for our family members and tasted local foods. Our son was too happy to get some toys. We returned to our hotel, packed our bags, and slept.

Day 5: It was our last day in Nainital. After breakfast at Hotel, we paid the bills and hired a taxi to go to Kathgodam railway station from where we had to go home. We were filled with wonderful memories of our tour as a family. As we drove away from Nainital, we promised ourselves to plan more such adventures in the future. The tour had been a delightful experience, and we were grateful for the time we spent exploring Nainital with our little one.

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