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Nainital Travel delighting you in every way!

By Emma Dsuza Subscribe to RSS | February 15th 2012 | Views:

People of India are considered to be very religious. Every place as small big temples those are revered for one reason or other. Nainital is celebrated as a beautiful hill station as well as a religious excursion for many. Nainital travel is about all these things and more. This religious hill station called Nainital has striking and natural splendor. Altitude of 1,938 meters above sea level is what gives Nainital the status of hill station and all the wonderful beauty is the reason why people come here like ants coming to honey. Nainital has got its name from the lake called as Naini that is among the five major lakes of Nainital. Nainital tourism has grown a lot since it was highlight by Brits.

64 Shakti Peethas of Nainital attract religious and other tourists. Hindu mythology is the reason behind the name of the place as the lake Naini got its name by the eyes of Shivji’s wife Sati. Nainital Travel is all about being into a religious and natural sanctity. Tourists can amuse themselves by things other than temples. With sports activities like boating, canoeing, yachting, trekking, etc they can warm up their muscles. They comes in a packages of Nainital tourism.

Nainital tourism is centered on 'Lake District of India', a name it got due to five lakes - Naini, Bhimtal, Naukuchiatal, Khurpatal and Sattal. Naturally, among all the other lakes, Naini is the most popular one that has given Nainital its name. The lake is spread over an area of 120.5 acres and is available for boating at various prices depending on type of boat and on other factors. You get a lot of time to like water sports like boating, canoeing and yachting. Nainital Travel is a journey to cherish

Among other attractions of Nainital Travel are Dorothy Seat, Ayarpatta hill, Snow View and Nainital Zoo. Nainital tourism also includes trip to Astronomical Observatory, Aurobindo Ashram, China Peak, Eco Cave Gardens, Hanuman Garhi, Kilbury, Nainital Zoo, Sat Tal and Star Gazing. Trekking, horse safari, chair lift ropeway (Aerial Express) are the ways to reach places like Snow View. Photographers feel themselves at home by the breathtaking views of snow-capped Nanda Devi mountain ranges. Temple of Dev Mundi and Gadhan Kunkyop Ling Gompa of the Gelukpa order are also amongst the attractions of Nainital. Have fun counting the days fro the trip to initiate and then with the trip itself!

Emma Dsuza - About Author:
Emma D'suza is an expert author for travel articles who provides information about international holidays including Nainital Tourism. Get all exclusive information about Nainital Travel and International Travel Packages.

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