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Day 1

Kathgodam to Nanital

Pick up from Delhi to Nainital. Check in hotel at Nainital Check in time –12 Noon. Rest time is your own leisure you can walk in mall Road, Bhutia Market, Naina devi temple, Hanuman Temple and Boating in Naini Lake at your own expanses. late evening come back and Overnight stay at hotel Nainital. Upon arrival at Nainital, check in pre booked hotel. After freshness visit local sight seen of Nainital like Zoo Garden, Hanuman Gari temple, Naina Devi Temple, cave garden, Rajbhawan etc. You can enjoy boating at Nainital. Evening you can take a nature walk at the Mall Road and enjoy the cold climate of this place. Dinner and overnight stay at Nainital.

Day 2

Visit Nanital Hill Station Sightseeing

Early Morning after breakfast you can visit the best locations of Nainital Hill Station. This place is home of valuable pilgrims, majestic Himalayan view, romantic spots, amazing caves, ious adventure many more. You can visit Snow view point, Kilbury Hills, Lovers Point, Sariyatal and Khurpatal lake. You have opportunity to enjoy horse riding at Kilbury and overnight stay at Nainital.

Day 3

Nanital to Kathgodam

Early Morning after breakfast check out from hotel and we will take you to visit 3 other famous lakes near by Nainital - Sattal, Naukuchiyatal and Bhimtal. Enjoy boating at the beautiful lake Sattal. Afternoon drive back to Delhi. Return back to your own destination with sweet memories of Nainital Hill Station, Your onward journey. We hope that you had a wonderful trip with us and you would prefer us to organize your next tour.

Nainital, is a popular hill station in the Indian state of Uttrakhand.

Enveloped in a thick foil of nature, accentuated by the scent of the flowering blossoms blending miraculously in the crisp fresh air, Nainital is truly the treasure trove of Kumaon. It is among the most visited hill stations of North India since British period.

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