Sat Tal or Sattal, in Uttrakhand is a big name in Nainital Uttrakhand. Sat Tal is an interconnected with seven lakes named as the Panna, Sita, Bharat, Ram, Naldayamanti Tal and Sukha Tal. Moreover,Sat tal provides a panoramic view of the Himalayas and the surrounding areas which leaves the every tourist gasping in awe.
At an altitude of 550 ft, there is another awe-inspiring spot is located at a distance of 12 km from Nainital widely known as Khurpatal. It is considered to be the anglers paradise having a good harvest of fishes and clear water.
Nestled in green mountains, and located at approximately 4500 feet in the Kumaon hills, Naukuchiatal offers plenty of opportunities for adventure activities such as Rappelling, Rock Climbing and etc. At Naukuchital, your peace of mind and the silence will never get disturbed.
Bhimtal, a small hill station to be found at a distance of 22 kms from Nainital, has been given the name after one of the Pandav siblings known as Bhim. Being the biggest lake in the realm of Nainital, Bhim Tal is approximately 1710 meters larger than Naini Lake.
Ranks as the oldest national park in Indias, Jim Corbett National Park was initially named as Hailey National Park. It is said that visiting to Nainital is incomplete without a sneak peak to Jim Corbett National Park. This park is reckoned for its lush greenery and wide gamut of wildlife creatures.
Kainchi Temple, a great place of devotion and worshipping. This temple is famous for Lord Hanuman and is situated seventeen kilometers away from Nainital City. It is of special importance in each and every devotee’s life.