I love traveling with my friends and close ones. That’s why I’m touring different cities. This time my friend asked me to visit some famous places in Nainital. Nainital is one of my favorite places I’ve ever been. I’ve been there four times. Two of my friends from Kishor and Anupam were also there to accompany me to Nainital. The next morning, we left Nainital by car. We arrived at Nainital in eight hours by placing a 290 km road trip from Dehradun. On the way there we booked the hotel in advance. Upon arrival at the hotel, we have just rested.
Earned pleasure by taking a dip
bath in Naini Lake
The first day, we plan to go to the Naina devi temple. We arrived there by car from the hotel. There are two eyes in the temple, which represent Naina Devi. There, we accept the offer and request votes. Then we went to the Tibet market and went shopping. We also went to Naini Lake. This lake is one of the 64 power banks. We dive there. It is said that by immersing yourself in it, you get the same virtue as swimming in the Mansarovar River. Then we went to Suicide Point. It sounds dangerous to hear but it is so beautiful to see. We take many pictures there. We also went to Lovers Point later. This is right next to the suicide point. The weather was pretty good there. From there we did not waste time, we went to the AC cave near Barapatthar. Fewer people know it until now. There is an automatic natural air conditioner in the summer. We felt this in the cave, then we were surprised. Well, after returning from there we went back to Mall Road. There we ate Maggi and went to the hotel.
The fun of boating in Bhimtal
On the second day, first we went to Bhimtal. It is 22 km from the lake Nainital. is far. We did boating there. Then we went to the cushion. The water of that pool was clean and warm. It is also known as the rhythm of hot water. People say that the lake water lukes in winter. There the weather was great. After this we went to seven lanes, which is a group of seven lakes. After staying there for a while, we went to Naukuchiatal. It is 983 meters long and 693 meters broad and 40 meters deep. There are nine corners in the rhythm. We have seen all the corners.
Write a letter and ask for the wishes
After having fun, we went to
Bhakti Dham Ashram for worship. There are many Hindu temples of gods and
goddesses. There is a statue of Hanuman Ji 20 feet tall, which is very
attractive. Satsang Hall is built there. We saw Mata Vaishno cave there. There
is a box placed in the temple, in which people request a nomination through a
letter. We also write a letter and put it in the box. Then we went back to the
Natural caves seen with wooden
On the third day we went to the Botanical Garden. We also saw birds of various species there. There we saw a wooden museum. We also saw a musical fountain and took selfie. After this we went out to the Cave Garden. It is also known as ‘Eco Cave Garden‘. There we saw the nature-made Tiger Cave, Panther Cave, Bat Cave, Squirrel Cave, Flying Fox Cave and Ape Cave. Well, that was the last day of our trip, so we came back to pack the goods at the hotel and settled in the heart of the beautiful plaintiffs returned to their cities.
The best destinations to visit in summer are the mountains. If you are planning to roam in Delhi’s scorching heat then there is nothing better than Uttarakhand. Both of these states are not far from Delhi and you can spend the holidays here in the beautiful pledges. If you have planned to visit Nainital then first know where to turn here. Actually, many times we go to a city to roam, but we do not know where the famous tourist spots are there? There is a possibility of wandering and you spend too much money. If you want to roam in a budget, take information about the tourist spots in these places.
There is a large tree of peepal
at the entrance to the temple. Here, Mother Parvati is called Nanda. This
temple is situated at a distance of two kilometers from Nainital bus stand. It
is believed that the mother’s eyesight is emanating from the pain of eye
The main attraction of Nainital
is Naini Lake. It has also been called Trishi Sarovar in the Skanda Purana. It
is said that when Atri, Pulastya and Pulaha Rishi did not get any water in
Nainital then they dug a pit and brought water from Mansarovar lake and filled
it in it. It is said in this lake that by plunge here, virtue gets as much as
the mansarovar meets with bath in the river.
Jeolikot is located in the
Nainital district of Uttarakhand. The beauty of the Jeolikot attracts tourists
on its side. Here, during the day hot and cold at night. The sky is usually
clean and the night is full of stars. It is said that a long time ago Sri
Aurobindo and Swami Vivekananda have also traveled here. Tourists can enjoy the
festivals and festivals of the villages here. A few kilometers away are Kumaon
Lake, Binsar, Kausani, Ranikhet and Corbett National Park.
Sattal Lake is a beautiful lake
located 23 km from Nainital. These lakes are located in Uttarakhand. To reach
this pace, there is the main road of Bhimtal. The distance from Sattal to
Bhimtal is only 4 kms. is. Today, another way has started to go from the
village of Mahra. Satara only 7 km from the mahra village. is far. In this
rhythm, navigation specialists have received special facilities. This cadence
has been declared an important salt area on behalf of the tourism department.
Beautiful arrangements have been made to sit on each corner of the pool. Nana
flowers, vineyards have been planted around all the rhythms. In addition to
sitting, ‘Sattal’ has been created as a paradise like the ‘staircase’ and
‘beautiful’ bridges. This rhythm is truly paramount in terms of beauty. Here is
the temple of Naukuchia Devi.
Naukuchiatal is located at an elevation of 1292 meters from the surface of 4 km south-east sea from Bhimtal. The distance of this rhythm from Nainital is 26.2 kilometers. It is 9 83 meters long, 6,93 meters wide and 40 meters deep. This nine-pointed rhythm has its own special significance. Its crooked rams are nine corners. The people of this zone believe that if a person sees the nine corners of this rhythm with the same vision, then salvation is attained. But the reality is that more than seven corners can not be seen at once.
Chaukori is a small town located in Berinag Tehsil of the Pithoragarh district in Uttarakhand, 530 km from Delhi. Its height is 2010 meters above sea level. Tibet lies in the northern part of Chaukori and the Terai area lies in the south. This place is also located near the western Himalayas.
It is said that all mountain
resorts are similar to the view, but each mountain has its own beauty. If you
talk about Chaukori, then the matter is different. On one side is the tall hill
with vegetation and snow-covered hills on the other side. If the reddening of
the sun falls on these snow-capped mountains, then it seems that we have
arrived in the golden country. Every view here brings relief to the heart.
Fresh air circulates new sophistication in the body, explains the beauty of the
In the beauty of Chaukori, corn
produces the fruits of corn and fruits. Passengers traveling to Chaukori can go
down to the temple of the meteoric goddess. This temple is located near the
rest house for tourists on the Pithoragarh-Chandak road. Similarly, beautiful
stone carvings of God can be seen in the temple of Ghansera Devi.
In the nearby village Bhubaneswar, at 1350 m from sea level. The palace located above is a temple built in a cave, Bhubaneswar. Since this temple is dedicated mainly to Lord Shiva, it is believed that there is a residence of 33 crore goddesses in this cave.
Kamaksha Temple and Kedar Temple
Kamaksha Mandir and Kedar Mandir
are other famous pilgrimages in Chaukori. Travelers who come to this beautiful
mountain station are suggested to arrive in the summer months or in the first
Buses are available to Chaukori
from the large cities of Uttarakhand. The Kathgodam train station is the
nearest train station. There is a taxi service available for Chaukori.
The Corbett National Park has already begun to receive tourists. The park has been opened for tourists now. For the safety of visitors, the drones will be tracked by tourists. All the doors of both parks will be opened from November 15. Reservation permits will be scrutinized strictly, as there is no fraud in the online reservation. The administration has also started taking GST from tourists who make reservations online. Every year before the monsoon, the Corbett National Park will be closed. Although the Corbett Park gate is open for 12 months, this is only a one-day visit.
Now the Corbett National Park management
has prepared to open Forest Rest House for all Gate and Night Stay along with
Day Visit from November 15. This time, the help of drones will also be taken to
monitor the tourists. Also, booking permits will be strictly examined to deal
with those who make booking bookings through pseudonym names.
Day Visit and Night Stay Facility at Corbett National Park
Corbett National Park can be
entered from Jhirna, Bijrani, Dhangadhi, Durga Devi, Mandanda, Kalagarh and
furthermore from Kotdwar. The main turn of the Day Tour hour starts by 6:30 in
the first part of the day and 1:30 at afternoon. You should take jeep for the
safari to cover nearby destinations.
There is an online application
for this service. The night stay in the Corbett National Park is accessible in
Dhikala, Khinanauli, Bijrani, Pakharo, Kalagarh, and so forth. You can book
hotels on the web. The expense of the hotel for the Indians is between 1250 and
5000, while outsiders must pay between 1,500 and 12,000 as indicated by their
extravagance and administration. Tourists from the SAARC nations likewise have
a similar rate as the Indians. Kids younger than five don’t have to pay.
Dronagiri/Dunagiri is considered to be one of the seven important mountain peaks of mythological significance. It is said that it was here that Drona used to be an ashram of Rishi, hence it was called Dronagiri. Dunagiri is also known for natural beauty as well as for natural forest estates and valuable herbs. It is also thought that there is also a house of singing wild animals of the Dunagiri mountain. It is said that when Lakshman had become unconscious by the power of Meghnath in Lanka, Hanuman had taken entire Dronachal including the Sanjeevani herbs, and then one part of it fell down here. For this reason, this Dronagiri mountain is covered with divine herbs.
There is also a legendary Shaktipeeth of Vaishno Devi on top of Dunagiri, it is said to be from 1181 AD. This temple is said to have been built by the Kathiyari rulers. He is considered one of the 51 Shakti Peethas of the Goddess. It is also believed to be one of the two Shaktipeeths of Vaishno Devi present in India. One of them is in Jammu, and the Gupta Peeth is distinguished in Dunagiri. 365 steps take you to this temple. There is a panoramic view of the Himalayas in front of the temple. In this temple, the Navratri of the Month of Ashwin called Kalratri Jagaran on the day of Saptami is carried out with great pleasure. It is believed that on this day the Goddess appears in her fierce black form and after the sadhana of the people, Gauri takes the smooth form the next day.
There is also an inscription of
1029 AD in the temple. It is believed that it was brought here from Badrinath
temple in Dwarahat. Around the town of Dunagiri: Nagarjuna, Bhatkot, Pandukholi
and Sukhdev along with many places with historical myths are connected.
How to reach Dunagiri
Air: The closest airport to Dunagiri is the Pant Nagar air
terminal. You can take a taxi to Dunagiri from this airport that takes the trip
of 5 to 6 hours. Open transports are also accessible to Almora from where you
can change to Dunagiri.
Train: The nearest train station to Dunagiri is the
Kathgodam train station, which is 140 km from Dunagiri. From there you can
access a taxi that takes approximately 4 hours to reach Dunagiri. You can
experience beautiful hills and lakes during the trip. You can also access local
private buses to get to Dunagiri from the Kathgodam train station.
Street: Dunagiri is well connected by roadways and have regular buses from the main cities of the state. You can also access local private buses to get to Dunagiri from any part of state. It is 103 KM away from Nainital.
Best time to visit Dunagiri
Dunagiri can be visited at any time of the year, apart from the overwhelming rainy season (from August to September). The interesting city is magnificent and immaculate in its excellence throughout the year, with winters that include a significantly more captivating appeal due to the snowfall. You will need some warm clothes to wear and prevent yourself from the coldness in the winters.