Naukuchiatal

Naukuchiatal, literally meaning ‘lake of nine corners’, is a quintessential hill station coined after the namesake lake which is believed to be the deepest in Nainital. An extremely beautiful yet peaceful place, the area is a hub of interesting activities for adventure lovers.
Distance : 2 km

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Bhimtal Lake

Bhimtal is a lake in the town of Bhimtal, near Nainital city in Nainital district of Kumaon, India with a masonry dam built in 1883 creating the storage facility. It is the largest lake of Nainital district, as well as Kumaon, which is known as the "Lake district of India". Distance is 23min from resort.
Distance : 2 km

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Bhimtal Island Aquarium

Developed by the Nainital Lake Development Authority, this aquarium is a boat ride away from the famous Bhimtal. One of the top unique places to visit in Bhimtal, this aquarium is a sight of curiosity for all nature lovers and science enthusiasts.
Distance : 2.3 km

Victoria Dam

Located on Bhimtal Lake, this is one of the most picturesque dams which you can see among tourist places in Bhimtal. Flanged by terraced flower gardens on both sides, this dam is a sight to behold for all the visitors among tourist places in Bhimtal.
Distance : 4.3 km

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Karkotak Temple

Located 3 kms away from Bhimtal Lake, this place is well-known to satisfy your appetite for adventure. It is the second public observatory from Starscapes, this place is a haven to observe the night sky resplendent with a galaxy of stars and moon.
Distance : 4.3 km

Butterfly Research Center

Having the fourth largest collection of butterflies and moths in India, Butterfly Research Center is one of the most unique places to visit in Bhimtal. When you are here, you can take a guided tour and get to know more about India’s largest butterfly, the biggest insect in the world etc.
Distance : 5.2 km

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Nal Damyanti Tal

This is a quaint natural lake which you can visit at a distance of 2 km from Bhimtal. One of the best places to visit in Bhimtal, the lake holds high sacred value among the locals as it is believed to be the place where King Nal and his palace was submerged in the water.
Distance : 6 km

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Sattal Lake

Sattal as the name says is a body of 7 freshwater lakes in the lower Himalayan. The place is near Bhimtal which is a popular town in the district of Nainital. As the pollution level has grown in the recent times, Sattal is one of the few unpolluted and unspoiled freshwater biomes in our country.
Distance : 18.0 km

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Hanuman Garhi

One of the prominent Hindu temples among places to visit in Bhimtal, Hanuman Garhi Temple is located near Mall Road. It was built by Neem Karoli Baba during the 1950s and dedicated to Lord Hanuman. It is located atop a hill from where you can enjoy the most amazing views during sunrise and sunset. The temple also offers some splendid views of Tarai Valley. The temple complex also houses shrines of Shitala Mata and Ashram of Lila Sah Bapu. The temple is also known for organising special festivals during Ram Navami and Navratri.
Distance : 22 km

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Kainchi Dham

Kainchi Dham is a Hanuman temple & Ashram which is established by a great saint Shri Neem Karoli Baba in 1960s. It's a holy temple surrounded by hills and trees and river flowing besides it. You can feel the great strengths and presence of Hanuman Ji in the Ashram. This place has achieved recognition owing to the ashram of the famous Neem Karoli Baba. The scenic location adds to the beauty of the place.
Distance :23.5 km

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Nainital lake

One of the most beautiful lakes of the country, Nainital lakes is known for its exquisiteness. It is one of the four lakes of Kumaun Hills which includes the Sattal Lake, Bhimtal Lake and the Naukuchiyatal Lake besides the Nainital Lake. The famous lake finds its mentions in ancient scriptures and many poems by prominent writers. Naina Devi Temple is situated on this lake where it is believed that Sati’s eye’s fell to earth after her act of self-immolation. The lake is surrounded by the green hills which give the town a mesmerizing landscape.
Distance : 26.5 km

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The Mall road

Mall Road is the primary road which goes through the core of the Nainital town parallel to the lake, interfacing the two closures of the town. It is now named as the Govind Ballabh Pant Marg. The road is one of the most vibrant places to visit in Nainital.
Mall Road has a number of hotels, travel agencies, banks, showrooms, department stores, shops, restaurants and cafes. You will find some of the best hotels and restaurants of Nainital located on the Mall Road
Distance : 27.8 km

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Almora

A pleasant drive through scenic mountain roads laden with oaks and pines, with occasional glimpses of snowy mountain peaks as you round a curve in the road, leads you to the beautiful district of Almora in Uttarakhand. A district blessed with nature’s bounty, rich in ancient temples and the best things to do in Almora, it is a city-dweller’s paradise. Spectacular views of the surrounding peaks can be glimpsed on a day when the clouds are not obstructing the view and as the suns sets behind the mountains
Distance : 68.5 km

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Nanda Devi temple

Naini Devi Temple is sacred place of great devotion in Nainital. Goddess Naini Devi is the diety of Naini Devi Temple and located at northern end of famous Nainital Lake. Goddess in this holy temple is represented by her two eyes. Devotees from far away place comes here to take blessing of Maa Naina Devi.
Distance : 69.0 km

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Kasar devi temple

Kasar Devi Temple is a famous Hindu shrine which sits high at an altitude of 2,116 metres above sea level. This 2nd-century temple is adorned on a hillock overlooking the toy town of Almora. The temple is about 5 km downhill from Tarai Nagri and is surrounded by lofty pine and deodar trees.
Distance : 75.4 km

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Starscapes Observatory

Located 3 kms away from Bhimtal Lake, this place is well-known to satisfy your appetite for adventure. It is the second public observatory from Starscapes, this place is a haven to observe the night sky resplendent with a galaxy of stars and moon.
Distance : 100 km

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Binsar

Binsar is a small town in Uttarakhand known for the surreal beauty of the snow-laden Himalayan peaks. Set amid forests covered with oak, pine, rhododendrons and deodar trees, Binsar is home to beautiful green meadows, temples and the famous Binsar wildlife sanctuary.
Distance : 118 km